His scientific interests lie mostly in China, Economic growth, Production, Drainage basin and Livelihood. His China study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental planning, Environmental studies, Government, Sustainability organizations and Politics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Three gorges, Climate change, Development economics and Business economics in addition to Economic growth.
His Production research incorporates elements of Law, Positive economics, Economic restructuring, Location theory and Field. Michael Webber interconnects Hydrology and Water resources in the investigation of issues within Drainage basin. His studies in Livelihood integrate themes in fields like Capital, Forced migration, Distribution, Asian studies and Sample.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in China, Labour economics, Economy, Economic growth and Politics. His China research incorporates themes from Political economy, Government, Central government, Environmental studies and Water resources. His research combines Drainage basin and Water resources.
Michael Webber combines subjects such as Rate of profit, Retrenchment and Clothing with his study of Labour economics. In most of his Economy studies, his work intersects topics such as Restructuring. Michael Webber does research in Economic growth, focusing on Development studies specifically.
His primary areas of investigation include China, Water resource management, Politics, Water supply and Corporate governance. Michael Webber has included themes like Government, Environmental studies, Economic growth and Political economy in his China study. His studies deal with areas such as Megacity, Natural resource economics and Sustainability as well as Environmental studies.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Development economics, Economic system, Subject and Embeddedness. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Water supply, concentrating on Water treatment and frequently concerns with Estuary. His research integrates issues of Social planner, Environmental planning, Governmentality, Control and Incentive in his study of Corporate governance.
Michael Webber focuses on China, Politics, Corporate governance, Natural resource economics and Environmental planning. The China study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth, Governmentality and Environmental studies. His Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Political economy, Subject and Water resources.
His studies examine the connections between Water resources and genetics, as well as such issues in Environmental protection, with regards to Sustainability. His study explores the link between Natural resource economics and topics such as Incentive that cross with problems in Payment system, Downstream, Upstream, Finance and Payment. His Environmental planning research incorporates elements of Water demand management, Overexploitation, Scale and Water supply.
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Impact of uncertainty on location
Michael John Webber.
Rural industries and water pollution in China.
The Golden Age Illusion: Rethinking Postwar Capitalism
Michael John Webber;David L. Rigby.
Global Restructuring: The Australian Experience
Robert H. Fagan;Michael John Webber.
Accommodating migration to promote adaptation to climate change
How LCA studies deal with uncertainty
Stuart Ross;David Evans;Michael Webber.
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (2002)
Variability and trend in the hydrology of the Yangtze River, China: Annual precipitation and runoff
Jing Chen;Xiaodan Wu;Brian L. Finlayson;Michael Webber.
Journal of Hydrology (2014)
Involuntary Resettlement, Production and Income: Evidence from Xiaolangdi, PRC
Michael Webber;Brooke McDonald.
World Development (2004)
Development for Whom? Rural to Urban Resettlement at the Three Gorges Dam, China
Brooke Wilmsen;Michael Webber;Duan Yuefang.
Asian Studies Review (2011)
Spatial Structure and the Parameters of Spatial Interaction Models
A. Stewart Fotheringham;M. J. Webber.
Geographical Analysis (2010)
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