2022 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Germany Leader Award
2002 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
Ortwin Renn mostly deals with Risk management, Risk perception, Risk assessment, Public relations and Social psychology. His research integrates issues of Management process, Environmental resource management and Process management in his study of Risk management. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Risk perception, focusing on Applied psychology and, on occasion, Cultural studies.
The Risk assessment study combines topics in areas such as Risk analysis, Risk analysis, Actuarial science and Risk governance. In general Public relations, his work in Public participation is often linked to Risk communication linking many areas of study. Ortwin Renn combines subjects such as Preparedness, Cross-cultural, Perception and Action with his study of Social psychology.
Ortwin Renn focuses on Risk management, Risk governance, Risk analysis, Public relations and Risk assessment. Ortwin Renn has included themes like Actuarial science and Risk perception in his Risk management study. His Risk perception study incorporates themes from Social psychology and Applied psychology.
His Risk analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Management science and Process. Ortwin Renn is involved in the study of Public relations that focuses on Public participation in particular. Risk assessment and Risk analysis are frequently intertwined in his study.
Ortwin Renn spends much of his time researching Risk governance, Risk analysis, Risk management, Public relations and Corporate governance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Emerging technologies and Environmental planning. The study incorporates disciplines such as Adaptive management, Emergency management, Process and Sustainable development in addition to Risk analysis.
The various areas that Ortwin Renn examines in his Risk management study include Environmental resource management, Stakeholder, Actuarial science and Risk assessment. His study in Harm extends to Risk assessment with its themes. His work on Public participation as part of general Public relations research is frequently linked to German, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His primary areas of investigation include Risk governance, Risk management, Risk assessment, Stakeholder and Knowledge management. His Risk governance research incorporates themes from Emerging technologies and Public administration. His research in Risk management intersects with topics in Public participation and Environmental resource management.
His study looks at the intersection of Environmental resource management and topics like Competence with Actuarial science. Ortwin Renn works mostly in the field of Risk assessment, limiting it down to concerns involving Risk analysis and, occasionally, Corporate governance, IT risk management, Government and Private sector. His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Content analysis, Democracy and Process.
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The Social Amplification of Risk: A Conceptual Framework
Roger E. Kasperson;Ortwin Renn;Paul Slovic;Halina S. Brown.
Risk Analysis (1988)
Risk Governance: Coping with Uncertainty in a Complex World
Fairness and competence in citizen participation : evaluating models for environmental discourse
Ortwin Renn;Thomas Webler;Peter M. Wiedemann.
The Risk Perception Paradox—Implications for Governance and Communication of Natural Hazards
Gisela Wachinger;Ortwin Renn;Chloe Begg;Christian Kuhlicke.
Risk Analysis (2013)
Concepts of risk : a classification
A new approach to risk evaluation and management: risk-based, precaution-based, and discourse-based strategies.
Andreas Klinke;Ortwin Renn.
Risk Analysis (2002)
Fairness and Competence in Citizen Participation
Ortwin Renn;Thomas Webler;Peter Wiedemann.
Administration & Society (1995)
Credibility and trust in risk communication
Ortwin Renn;Debra Levine.
On risk defined as an event where the outcome is uncertain
Terje Aven;Ortwin Renn.
Journal of Risk Research (2009)
Risk, uncertainty, and rational action
Carlo C. Jaeger;Thomas Webler;Eugene A. Rosa;Ortwin Renn.
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