Rolf Lidskog mainly focuses on Politics, Social science, Sociology of scientific knowledge, Environmental resource management and Corporate governance. The study incorporates disciplines such as Object and Climate change in addition to Politics. His Climate change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Risk governance, Reflexivity and Political economy.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Explanatory power and Development economics. His Sociology of scientific knowledge research incorporates elements of Boundary-work, Epistemic community, Convention, Consciousness and Negotiation. His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Operationalization, Public debate, Frame analysis, Forestry and Deliberation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social science, Politics, Climate change, Public relations and Environmental governance. The various areas that Rolf Lidskog examines in his Social science study include Social science education and Anthropocene. His studies deal with areas such as Biodiversity, Political economy and Negotiation as well as Politics.
His Climate change study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Risk perception and Environmental resource management. His Public relations research integrates issues from Social psychology and Sociology of scientific knowledge. Environmental governance is the subject of his research, which falls under Corporate governance.
His primary areas of study are Climate change, Environmental governance, Sociology of scientific knowledge, Engineering ethics and Ecosystem services. His Climate change research includes elements of Natural resource economics, Development economics, Corporate governance and Accountability. The concepts of his Environmental governance study are interwoven with issues in Social science, Value, Deliberative democracy and Democratization.
His work carried out in the field of Sociology of scientific knowledge brings together such families of science as Indigenous, Science communication and Social transformation. His Engineering ethics study combines topics in areas such as Science policy, Environmental sociology and Boundary. His Biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Power, Political rhetoric, Politics and Political economy.
His primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Social science, Environmental governance, Deliberation and Order. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mediterranean climate, Natural resource economics and Action in addition to Climate change. His Social constructionism study in the realm of Social science interacts with subjects such as Term.
Rolf Lidskog combines subjects such as Positive economics, Democratization and Value with his study of Environmental governance. His work on Set expands to the thematically related Deliberation. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Social practice, Social change, Sustainable development, Transformative learning and Planetary boundaries, in his Order studies.
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Who speaks for the future of Earth?: how critical social science can extend the conversation on the Anthropocene
Eva Lövbrand;Silke Beck;Jason Chilvers;Tim Forsyth.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2015)
Towards a Reflexive Turn in the Governance of Global Environmental Expertise. The Cases of the IPCC and the IPBES.
Silke Beck;Maud Borie;Jason Chilvers;Alejandro Esguerra.
The Role of Science in Environmental Regimes: The Case of LRTAP
Rolf Lidskog;Göran Sundqvist.
European Journal of International Relations (2002)
Consuming Cities: the urban environment in the global economy after the Rio declaration
Brendan James Gleeson;Nicholas Low;Ingemar Elander;Rolf Lidskog.
The Swedish forestry model : More of everything?
Forest Policy and Economics (2017)
Scientised citizens and democratised science. Re‐assessing the expert‐lay divide
Journal of Risk Research (2008)
In Science We Trust? On the Relation Between Scientific Knowledge, Risk Consciousness and Public Trust:
Acta Sociologica (1996)
Addressing climate change democratically. Multi‐level governance, transnational networks and governmental structures
Rolf Lidskog;Ingemar Elander.
Sustainable Development (2010)
Samhälle, risk och miljö: sociologiska perspektiv på det moderna samhällets miljöproblem
Rolf Lidskog;Eva Sandstedt;Göran Sundqvist.
Risk, communication and trust: Towards an emotional understanding of trust
Emma Engdahl;Rolf Lidskog.
Public Understanding of Science (2014)
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