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Harro van Asselt mostly deals with Corporate governance, Climate governance, Environmental resource management, Economic system and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. His Corporate governance course of study focuses on Global warming and Global climate and Regional science. The concepts of his Climate governance study are interwoven with issues in Institutional theory and Global governance.
His research links Political economy of climate change with Environmental resource management. His research investigates the connection between Economic system and topics such as Multi-level governance that intersect with issues in Climate change mitigation, Environmental politics and Public relations. He has included themes like Bureaucracy, Political economy, General partnership and Emissions trading in his United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change study.
Harro van Asselt spends much of his time researching Corporate governance, Environmental resource management, Climate governance, Natural resource economics and Fossil fuel. His studies deal with areas such as Political economy, Economic system, Politics and Global climate as well as Corporate governance. His work carried out in the field of Economic system brings together such families of science as Multi-level governance and International relations.
His Climate governance study combines topics in areas such as Kyoto Protocol, Accountability and Sustainable development. He combines subjects such as Energy policy, Political economy of climate change, Emissions trading and Environmental economics with his study of Kyoto Protocol. His Fossil fuel research includes elements of Subsidy and Environmental protection.
Harro van Asselt mainly investigates Fossil fuel, Subsidy, Natural resource economics, Corporate governance and Politics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including International law, Economic history, Environmental protection and International relations. He has researched Natural resource economics in several fields, including Climate change mitigation and Climate policy.
In general Corporate governance study, his work on Global governance often relates to the realm of Novelty, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Global governance research includes themes of Polycentricity, Kyoto Protocol and Process management. His Politics research focuses on Climate governance in particular.
Harro van Asselt focuses on Fossil fuel, Natural resource economics, Subsidy, Politics and Climate policy. Harro van Asselt focuses mostly in the field of Subsidy, narrowing it down to topics relating to International relations and, in certain cases, Climate change mitigation, Public policy and Economic policy. His work on Climate governance as part of general Politics study is frequently linked to Transformative learning, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The concepts of his Climate policy study are interwoven with issues in Economic growth, International trade law, Transnational governance and State. In his research, Harro van Asselt performs multidisciplinary study on Institutional economics and Corporate governance. In his work, Developing country is strongly intertwined with Milestone, which is a subfield of Corporate governance.
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The Fragmentation of Global Governance Architectures: A Framework for Analysis
Frank Biermann;Philipp Pattberg;Harro van Asselt;Fariborz Zelli.
Emergence of polycentric climate governance and its future prospects
Andrew J. Jordan;Dave Huitema;Dave Huitema;Mikael Hilden;Harro Van Asselt.
Reinvigorating International Climate Policy: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Nonstate Action
Sander Chan;Harro van Asselt;Thomas Hale;Kenneth W. Abbott.
Understanding the paradoxes of multi-level governing: Climate change policy in the European Union
Andrew Jordan;Harro van Asselt;Frans Berkhout;Dave Huitema.
Building Productive Links between the UNFCCC and the Broader Global Climate Governance Landscape
Michele Betsill;Navroz K. Dubash;Matthew Paterson;Harro van Asselt.
Global Environmental Politics (2015)
The evaluation of climate policy: theory and emerging practice in Europe
Dave Huitema;Andrew Jordan;Eric Massey;Tim Rayner.
Navigating the dilemmas of climate policy in Europe: evidence from policy evaluation studies
Constanze Haug;Tim Rayner;Andrew Jordan;Roger Hildingsson.
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