Jeremy Rayner mainly investigates Corporate governance, Policy studies, Public policy, Policy analysis and Economic system. His study in Corporate governance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Divergence, Forest management, Government, Protected area and Politics. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climate change adaptation, Empirical research and Land-use planning.
The Policy studies study combines topics in areas such as Cohesion, Public economics and Institutionalisation. The various areas that Jeremy Rayner examines in his Public economics study include Returns to scale and Risk analysis. The concepts of his Public policy study are interwoven with issues in Sectoral analysis, Economic geography and Public administration.
His primary areas of study are Corporate governance, Politics, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management and Economic system. His research integrates issues of Divergence, Public economics, Internationalization, Public administration and International law in his study of Corporate governance. His Politics research integrates issues from Social science, Negotiation, Political economy and Management.
His study in the field of Social research is also linked to topics like Stochastic modelling. Jeremy Rayner combines subjects such as Vulnerability assessment, Forest management and Climate change with his study of Environmental planning. His work in Environmental resource management addresses subjects such as Policy studies, which are connected to disciplines such as Consistency.
Jeremy Rayner focuses on Corporate governance, Climate change, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management and Climate change adaptation. His Corporate governance study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Regional science, Politics and Public administration. His research in Climate change intersects with topics in Government, Forest management, Economic growth and Greenhouse gas.
His research investigates the connection with Environmental planning and areas like Vulnerability assessment which intersect with concerns in Underpinning and Structural functionalism. His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Policy studies, Public policy and Natural resource economics. He works mostly in the field of Policy studies, limiting it down to concerns involving Consistency and, occasionally, Positive economics, Coherence and Public economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, Corporate governance, Natural resource economics, Politics and Policy studies. His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Vulnerability assessment, Vulnerability and Underpinning. His work carried out in the field of Corporate governance brings together such families of science as Climate change adaptation, Structural functionalism and Environmental planning.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Forest management, Agriculture and Climate change mitigation, Climate change in addition to Natural resource economics. His Politics research includes elements of Divergence, Higher education, Convergence, Public administration and Regional science. His Policy studies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Policy analysis and Management science.
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Design Principles for Policy Mixes: Cohesion and Coherence in ‘New Governance Arrangements’
Michael Howlett;Jeremy Rayner.
Patching vs Packaging in Policy Formulation: Assessing Policy Portfolio Design
Michael Howlett;Jeremy Rayner.
Understanding the historical turn in the policy sciences: A critique of stochastic, narrative, path dependency and process-sequencing models of policy-making over time
Michael Howlett;Michael Howlett;Jeremy Rayner;Jeremy Rayner.
From government to governance in forest planning? Lessons from the case of the British Columbia Great Bear Rainforest initiative
Michael Howlett;Jeremy Rayner;Chris Tollefson.
Privileging the sub-sector: critical sub-sectors and sectoral relationships in forest policy-making
Jeremy Rayner;Michael Howlett;Jeremy Wilson;Benjamin Cashore.
Changes in the governance of forest resources
P. Glueck;J. Rayner;B. Cashore;E. Rametsteiner.
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