Reinhard Steurer mostly deals with Sustainable development, Corporate social responsibility, Corporate governance, Stakeholder management and Public policy. His studies deal with areas such as Variance, Regional science and Environmental planning as well as Sustainable development. Within one scientific family, Reinhard Steurer focuses on topics pertaining to Government under Corporate governance, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Civil society and Social policy.
His Stakeholder management course of study focuses on Stakeholder analysis and Accounting and Stakeholder theory. His Public policy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transparency, Economic system and Public administration. His Transparency study incorporates themes from Member states and Politics.
Reinhard Steurer mainly focuses on Corporate governance, Sustainable development, Government, Public administration and Politics. His Corporate governance study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Regional science and Lisbon Strategy. Reinhard Steurer interconnects Environmental planning, Strategic management, Environmental resource management, Stakeholder management and Economic system in the investigation of issues within Sustainable development.
The concepts of his Stakeholder management study are interwoven with issues in Corporate sustainability and Civil society. The various areas that Reinhard Steurer examines in his Public administration study include Policy studies, Public policy, Corporate social responsibility, Federalism and Public sector. His research investigates the connection between Corporate social responsibility and topics such as Accounting that intersect with problems in Sustainability reporting.
Reinhard Steurer mainly investigates Climate change mitigation, Corporate governance, Climate change adaptation, Federalism and Government. Reinhard Steurer has researched Corporate governance in several fields, including Regional science, Mainstream and Diversity. His research in Government intersects with topics in Wicked problem, Peer review, Bookkeeping and Sustainable development.
His Peer review research includes elements of Management science and Relevance. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Citizen journalism and Public economics. He works mostly in the field of Cooperative federalism, limiting it down to topics relating to Public administration and, in certain cases, Process management, as a part of the same area of interest.
His primary areas of study are Climate change mitigation, Corporate governance, Economic policy, Kyoto Protocol and Environmental resource management. His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Government, Regional science, Peer review and Process management. His Government research incorporates elements of Public administration, Politics and Sustainable development.
His work carried out in the field of Economic policy brings together such families of science as Economic growth, Member state and Federalism. A majority of his Kyoto Protocol research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Wicked problem, Bookkeeping and Operationalization. His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Mainstream and Diversity.
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Corporations, Stakeholders and Sustainable Development I: A Theoretical Exploration of Business–Society Relations
Reinhard Steurer;Markus E. Langer;Astrid Konrad;André Martinuzzi.
Journal of Business Ethics (2005)
The role of governments in corporate social responsibility: characterising public policies on CSR in Europe
Policy Sciences (2010)
Mapping stakeholder theory anew: from the ‘stakeholder theory of the firm’ to three perspectives on business–society relations
Business Strategy and The Environment (2006)
Public Policies on CSR in Europe: Themes, Instruments, and Regional Differences
Reinhard Steurer;Andre Martinuzzi;Sharon Margula.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management (2012)
Sustainable development strategies
The Governance of Climate Change Adaptation in 10 OECD Countries: Challenges and Approaches
Anja Bauer;Judith Feichtinger;Reinhard Steurer.
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning (2012)
Disentangling governance: a synoptic view of regulation by government, business and civil society
Policy Sciences (2013)
Towards a New Pattern of Strategy Formation in the Public Sector: First Experiences with National Strategies for Sustainable Development in Europe:
Reinhard Steurer;André Martinuzzi.
Environment and Planning C-government and Policy (2005)
Empirical Findings on Business–Society Relations in Europe
A. Konrad;R. Steurer;M. E. Langer;André Martinuzzi.
Journal of Business Ethics (2006)
Objectives and Indicators in Sustainable Development Strategies: Similarities and Variances across Europe
Reinhard Steurer;Markus Hametner.
Sustainable Development (2013)
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