His primary scientific interests are in Corporate governance, Environmental resource management, Flood myth, Environmental impact assessment and Environmental planning. His work carried out in the field of Corporate governance brings together such families of science as Public relations and Public administration. His Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Operationalization, Public economics, Urban planning and Spatial planning.
Peter P. J. Driessen interconnects Risk governance and Climate change in the investigation of issues within Flood myth. In general Environmental impact assessment, his work in Strategic environmental assessment is often linked to Eco labeling and Compliance linking many areas of study. As part of his studies on Environmental planning, he often connects relevant areas like Sustainability.
Peter P. J. Driessen mostly deals with Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Flood myth and Risk governance. His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Public administration, Government, Spatial planning and Legitimacy, Politics. His Environmental planning research focuses on subjects like Sustainability, which are linked to Scarcity and Sustainable development.
His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Flood risk management, Climate change and Urban planning. His studies deal with areas such as Diversification and Risk management as well as Flood myth. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Urbanization and Public economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Politics, Urban resilience and Legitimacy. His Corporate governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Public policy, Flood myth, Water Framework Directive and Public administration. His Public administration research includes elements of Climate change adaptation, Private sector and Urban planning.
He has researched Environmental planning in several fields, including Livelihood and Participatory governance. His Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Incentive, Empirical research, Risk management and Urban agglomeration. His study in Legitimacy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public participation, Sanctions, Citizen journalism, Transparency and Flexibility.
His main research concerns Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Legitimacy, Local government and Urban resilience. While working in this field, Peter P. J. Driessen studies both Corporate governance and Policy effectiveness. His studies in Environmental planning integrate themes in fields like Secondary research, Resource, Livelihood and Sustainable development.
His Legitimacy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Capacity building, Credibility, Participatory modeling and Environmental resource management. His Local government research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Public participation, Public relations, Citizen journalism and Climate change adaptation. In his work, Public administration is strongly intertwined with Accountability, which is a subfield of Politics.
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Towards a Conceptual Framework for The Study of Shifts in Modes of Environmental Governance – Experiences From The Netherlands
Peter P. J. Driessen;Carel Dieperink;Frank van Laerhoven;Hens A. C. Runhaar.
Environmental Policy and Governance (2012)
Public participation in environmental impact assessment: why, who and how?
Anne N. Glucker;Peter P.J. Driessen;Arend Kolhoff;Hens A.C. Runhaar.
Environmental Impact Assessment Review (2013)
Governing Towards Sustainability—Conceptualizing Modes of Governance
Philipp Lange;Peter P.J. Driessen;Alexandra Sauer;Basil Bornemann.
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning (2013)
What makes strategic environmental assessment successful environmental assessment? The role of context in the contribution of SEA to decision-making
Hens Runhaar;Peter P J Driessen.
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal (2007)
Eco-labeling and information asymmetry: a comparison of five eco-labels in the Netherlands
Mariëtte van Amstel;Peter Driessen;Pieter Glasbergen.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2008)
Adaptation to climate change related risks in Dutch urban areas: stimuli and barriers
Hens Runhaar;Heleen Mees;Arjan Wardekker;Jeroen van der Sluijs.
Regional Environmental Change (2012)
Interactive policy-making - a model of management for public works
Peter P.J. Driessen;Pieter Glasbergen;Co Verdaas.
European Journal of Operational Research (2001)
Making sense of Corporate Social Responsibility: Exploring organizational processes and strategies
Angela van der Heijden;Peter P.J. Driessen;Jacqueline M. Cramer.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2010)
Towards a systematic framework for the analysis of environmental policy Integration
Hens Runhaar;Peter Driessen;Caroline Uittenbroek.
Environmental Policy and Governance (2014)
The effectiveness of EIA as an instrument for environmental governance – a comparison of 25 years of EIA practice in the Netherlands and the UK
Jos Arts;Hens A. C. Runhaar;Thomas B. Fischer;Urmila Jha-Thakur.
Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management (2012)
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