Jeroen Warner mainly investigates Hegemony, Environmental planning, Politics, Water resources and Integrated water resources management. Jeroen Warner combines subjects such as Treaty, Democracy, Peninsula and Water conflict with his study of Hegemony. His Water conflict research includes elements of Law, Power, Exemplification and Political economy.
His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public participation, Distrust, Flood myth and Commission. Jeroen Warner has included themes like Structuring, Stakeholder and Persuasion in his Politics study. The concepts of his Water resources study are interwoven with issues in Investment strategy, Agriculture, Water grabbing and Foreign direct investment.
Jeroen Warner mainly focuses on Environmental planning, Politics, Flood myth, Political economy and Hegemony. Jeroen Warner has researched Environmental planning in several fields, including Stakeholder, Climate change, Integrated water resources management and Environmental resource management. He regularly ties together related areas like Drainage basin in his Politics studies.
The various areas that Jeroen Warner examines in his Flood myth study include Citizen journalism, Agriculture and Flooding. His work is dedicated to discovering how Political economy, Power are connected with Exemplification and Soft power and other disciplines. His research integrates issues of Virtual water, Water conflict, Water resources and International waters in his study of Hegemony.
His primary areas of study are Environmental planning, Flood myth, Political economy, Climate change and Vulnerability. The Environmental planning study combines topics in areas such as Government, Flooding and Intervention. His studies examine the connections between Intervention and genetics, as well as such issues in Environmental protection, with regards to Hegemony.
His work carried out in the field of Hegemony brings together such families of science as Realism and International relations theory. His Flood myth research incorporates themes from Livelihood, Wetland and Water resource management. His work in Political economy tackles topics such as Politics which are related to areas like Citizen journalism, Negotiation and Stakeholder.
His primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Environmental planning, Flood myth, Nexus and Mobilities. His Environmental planning course of study focuses on Flooding and Government and Flood control. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate change adaptation, Adaptive strategies and State in addition to Flood myth.
His Mobilities study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Politics. In his work, Environmental resource management is strongly intertwined with Vulnerability, which is a subfield of Political economy. Jeroen Warner performs integrative Hegemony and The Conceptual Framework research in his work.
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Hydro-hegemony – a framework for analysis of trans-boundary water conflicts
Mark Zeitoun;Jeroen Warner.
Water Policy (2006)
More Sustainable Participation? Multi-Stakeholder Platforms for Integrated Catchment Management
Jeroen F. Warner.
International Journal of Water Resources Development (2006)
Going with the flow: River basins as the natural units for water management?
Jeroen Warner;Philippus Wester;Alex Bolding.
Water Policy (2008)
Finding Practical Approaches to Integrated Water Resources Management.
J. Butterworth;J.F. Warner;P. Moriarty;S. Smits.
Water alternatives (2010)
The socioeconomic vulnerability index: A pragmatic approach for assessing climate change led risks–A case study in the south-western coastal Bangladesh
Md. Nasif Ahsan;Jeroen Warner.
International journal of disaster risk reduction (2014)
River basin management reconsidered
P. Wester;J. Warner.
Hydropolitics in the developing world: a Southern African Perspective (2002)
Transboundary water interaction II: The influence of 'soft' power
Mark Zeitoun;Naho Mirumachi;Jeroen Warner;Jeroen Warner.
International Environmental Agreements-politics Law and Economics (2011)
Handbook of Land and Water Grabs in Africa: Foreign direct investment and food and water security
Tony Allan;Martin Keulertz;Suvi Sojamo;Jeroen Warner.
Multi-Stakeholder Platforms for Integrated Water Management
Multi-stakeholder platforms: integrating society in water resource management?
Ambiente & Sociedade (2005)
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