The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public relations, Environmental resource management, Stakeholder, Public administration and Process management. His work in the fields of Public relations, such as Citizen engagement, overlaps with other areas such as Farmland preservation, Active participation, Perception and Technical support. His Environmental resource management research focuses on General partnership and how it relates to Knowledge management.
His study looks at the relationship between Stakeholder and fields such as Inclusion, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His research on Public administration often connects related areas such as Corporate governance. Along with Process management, other disciplines of study including Need to know, Panacea, Collaborative management, Command and control regulation and Plan are integrated into his research.
Tomas M. Koontz mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Public administration, Public relations, Environmental planning and Corporate governance. As part of one scientific family, Tomas M. Koontz deals mainly with the area of Environmental resource management, narrowing it down to issues related to the General partnership, and often Stakeholder engagement. His Environmental planning research integrates issues from Stakeholder and Environmental governance.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Group development, Legitimacy and Environmental protection. His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from Federalism, Knowledge management and Participatory planning. His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Collaborative governance and Deliberation.
Tomas M. Koontz focuses on Corporate governance, Collaborative governance, Environmental governance, Environmental planning and Public administration. His Corporate governance study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Knowledge management. His Collaborative governance research includes elements of Science policy, Stakeholder engagement and Public policy.
Tomas M. Koontz interconnects Public participation and Adaptive management in the investigation of issues within Environmental governance. His Environmental planning studies intersect with other disciplines such as Design elements and principles, Power, Social justice, Race and Common-pool resource. His study deals with a combination of Public administration and Natural resource management.
Tomas M. Koontz mostly deals with Yield, Econometrics, Outcome, Literature study and Outreach. Tomas M. Koontz combines subjects such as Capacity building, Corporate governance and Public administration with his study of Outreach. Natural resource management is connected with Community forestry and Self-governance in his research.
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What Do We Know and Need to Know about the Environmental Outcomes of Collaborative Management
Tomas M. Koontz;Craig W. Thomas.
Public Administration Review (2006)
Collaborative Environmental Management: What Roles for Government-1
Tomas M. Koontz;Toddi A. Steelman;JoAnn Carmin;Katrina Smith Korfmacher.
Research Note A Typology of Collaborative Watershed Groups: Citizen-Based, Agency-Based, and Mixed Partnerships
Elizabeth A. Moore;Tomas M. Koontz.
Society & Natural Resources (2003)
One size does not fit all: Matching breadth of stakeholder participation to watershed group accomplishments
Tomas M. Koontz;Elizabeth Moore Johnson.
Policy Sciences (2004)
We Finished the Plan, So Now What? Impacts of Collaborative Stakeholder Participation on Land Use Policy
Tomas M. Koontz.
Policy Studies Journal (2005)
From Planning to Implementation: Top‐Down and Bottom‐Up Approaches for Collaborative Watershed Management
Tomas M. Koontz;Jens Newig.
Policy Studies Journal (2014)
Multi-level governance, policy implementation and participation: the EU's mandated participatory planning approach to implementing environmental policy
Jens Newig;Tomas M. Koontz.
Journal of European Public Policy (2014)
Collaboration for sustainability? A framework for analyzing government impacts in collaborative-environmental management
Tomas M. Koontz.
Sustainability : Science, Practice and Policy (2006)
Money Talks?But to Whom? Financial Versus Nonmonetary Motivations in Land Use Decisions
Tomas M. Koontz.
Society & Natural Resources (2001)
Adaptive institutions in social-ecological systems governance: A synthesis framework
Tomas M. Koontz;Divya Gupta;Pranietha Mudliar;Pranay Ranjan.
Environmental Science & Policy (2015)
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