His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental resource management, Ecosystem management, Sustainability, Ecological systems theory and Corporate governance. His research in Environmental resource management is mostly focused on Adaptive management. His Ecosystem management study is concerned with Ecology in general.
His Sustainability research includes elements of Earth system science, Economic system, Adaptive capacity and Ecosystem services. As a part of the same scientific family, Per Olsson mostly works in the field of Ecological systems theory, focusing on Socio-ecological system and, on occasion, Ecological network. His study in Corporate governance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scholarship and Public relations.
His primary areas of study are Environmental resource management, Sustainability, Corporate governance, Ecosystem services and Ecological systems theory. His Environmental resource management study also includes fields such as
The various areas that Per Olsson examines in his Corporate governance study include Ecosystem-based management and Scholarship. His Ecosystem services study which covers Adaptive capacity that intersects with Resource management. His Ecological systems theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Socio-ecological system and Complex adaptive system.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sustainability, Transformative learning, Reflexivity, Engineering ethics and Anthropocene. His studies in Sustainability integrate themes in fields like Environmental planning, Economic system and Sustainable development. He combines subjects such as Natural resource, Corporate governance and Food security with his study of Economic system.
His research on Corporate governance frequently links to adjacent areas such as Environmental change. The concepts of his Anthropocene study are interwoven with issues in Futures contract and Environmental resource management. His Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Coral reef, Global warming, Ecosystem, Fishing and Reef.
His primary areas of investigation include Sustainability, Anthropocene, Transformative learning, Environmental resource management and Environmental planning. His Sustainability study combines topics in areas such as Socioeconomic development, Civil society, Welfare state and Political economy. Per Olsson interconnects Global warming, Futures contract, Ecosystem and Fishing in the investigation of issues within Anthropocene.
His Transformative learning investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Ecology, Vision, Societal collapse, Biological sciences and Environmental impact assessment. Per Olsson has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Coral reef and Social sustainability. His Environmental planning research includes themes of Urban resilience and Urbanization, Urban ecology.
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ADAPTIVE GOVERNANCE OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
Scale and Cross-Scale Dynamics: Governance and Information in a Multilevel World
David W. Cash;W. Neil Adger;Fikret Berkes;Po Garden.
Adaptive comanagement for building resilience in social-ecological systems.
Per Olsson;Carl Folke;Fikret Berkes.
Shooting the Rapids: Navigating Transitions to Adaptive Governance of Social-Ecological Systems
Per Olsson;Lance H. Gunderson;Steve R. Carpenter;Paul Ryan.
Ecosystem stewardship: sustainability strategies for a rapidly changing planet
F. Stuart Chapin;Stephen R. Carpenter;Gary P. Kofinas;Carl Folke;Carl Folke.
Social-Ecological Transformation for Ecosystem Management: the Development of Adaptive Co-management of a Wetland Landscape in Southern Sweden
Globalization, Roving Bandits, and Marine Resources
F. Berkes;T. P. Hughes;R. S. Steneck;J. A. Wilson.
Tipping Toward Sustainability: Emerging Pathways of Transformation
Frances Westley;Per Olsson;Carl Folke;Carl Folke;Thomas Homer-Dixon;Thomas Homer-Dixon.
Local Ecological Knowledge and Institutional Dynamics for Ecosystem Management: A Study of Lake Racken Watershed, Sweden
Comparing the Accuracy and Explainability of Dividend, Free Cash Flow and Abnormal Earnings Equity Valuation Models
Jennifer Francis;Per Olsson;Dennis R. Oswald.
Journal of Accounting Research (2000)
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