His main research concerns Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Strategic environmental assessment and Legitimacy. Hens Runhaar studies Environmental governance which is a part of Corporate governance. His work in Environmental governance covers topics such as Sustainable production which are related to areas like Public economics.
As a part of the same scientific family, Hens Runhaar mostly works in the field of Environmental planning, focusing on Empirical evidence and, on occasion, Conceptual model. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Environmental resource management, Urban climate is strongly linked to Climate change. His Legitimacy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Credibility, Knowledge economy, Public relations, Public administration and Democracy.
Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Public economics and Environmental governance are his primary areas of study. His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Legitimacy, Climate change, Public administration, Public policy and Urban climate. His studies in Legitimacy integrate themes in fields like Credibility, Empirical research and Public relations.
His Environmental planning research focuses on subjects like Process, which are linked to Conceptual model. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Political economy of climate change and Science policy. His work deals with themes such as Risk governance and Order, which intersect with Public economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Agency, Environmental governance and Urban resilience. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stakeholder perceptions and Negotiation in addition to Corporate governance. The concepts of his Environmental planning study are interwoven with issues in Urban climate, Legitimacy and Psychological resilience.
Hens Runhaar has included themes like Innovation system, Technological innovation system, Public economics and Spatial planning in his Agency study. His study in Environmental governance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Risk governance, Industrial organization and Shock. Hens Runhaar has researched Urban resilience in several fields, including Reflexivity, Urban governance and Face.
His main research concerns Corporate governance, Urban resilience, Environmental planning, Urban governance and Flood risk management. His work carried out in the field of Corporate governance brings together such families of science as Dairy farming and Regime change. His Urban resilience study frequently involves adjacent topics like Face.
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Towards a Conceptual Framework for The Study of Shifts in Modes of Environmental Governance – Experiences From The Netherlands
Peter P. J. Driessen;Carel Dieperink;Frank van Laerhoven;Hens A. C. Runhaar.
Environmental Policy and Governance (2012)
Public participation in environmental impact assessment: why, who and how?
Anne N. Glucker;Peter P.J. Driessen;Arend Kolhoff;Hens A.C. Runhaar.
Environmental Impact Assessment Review (2013)
Governing Corporate Social Responsibility: An Assessment of the Contribution of the UN Global Compact to CSR Strategies in the Telecommunications Industry.
Hens Runhaar;Helene Lafferty.
Journal of Business Ethics (2009)
What makes strategic environmental assessment successful environmental assessment? The role of context in the contribution of SEA to decision-making
Hens Runhaar;Peter P J Driessen.
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal (2007)
Mainstreaming climate adaptation into urban planning: overcoming barriers, seizing opportunities and evaluating the results in two Dutch case studies
Caroline J. Uittenbroek;Leonie B. Janssen-Jansen;Hens A. C. Runhaar.
Regional Environmental Change (2013)
Adaptation to climate change related risks in Dutch urban areas: stimuli and barriers
Hens Runhaar;Heleen Mees;Arjan Wardekker;Jeroen van der Sluijs.
Regional Environmental Change (2012)
Towards a systematic framework for the analysis of environmental policy Integration
Hens Runhaar;Peter Driessen;Caroline Uittenbroek.
Environmental Policy and Governance (2014)
The effectiveness of EIA as an instrument for environmental governance – a comparison of 25 years of EIA practice in the Netherlands and the UK
Jos Arts;Hens A. C. Runhaar;Thomas B. Fischer;Urmila Jha-Thakur.
Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management (2012)
Exploring the Scope of Public and Private Responsibilities for Climate Adaptation
Heleen L.P. Mees;Peter P.J. Driessen;Hens A.C. Runhaar.
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning (2012)
Mainstreaming climate adaptation : taking stock about “what works” from empirical research worldwide
Hens Runhaar;Hens Runhaar;Bettina Wilk;Åsa Persson;Caroline Uittenbroek.
Regional Environmental Change (2018)
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