Frederik Dahlmann joined Warwick Business School as Assistant Professor of Global Energy in October 2012. Following the completion of his thesis on the evolution of corporate environmental strategies at the University of Bath, he previously worked as an energy analyst and consultant for several firms in London.
Frederik’s current research interests lie at the intersection between corporate strategy and sustainability, particularly with regard to the implications for the global energy industry.
More specifically, his research focuses on the effects of organisational factors on corporate carbon emissions, and the evolution of the European electricity sector.
Assistant Professor of Global Energy, University of Warwick
University of Bath, PhD Management
University of Bath, MSc Management
Loughborough University, BSc Construction Engineering Management
Environmental managers and institutional work Reconciling tensions of competing institutional logics, Business Ethics Quarterly
‘Carrots for Corporate Sustainability’ Impacts of Incentive Inclusiveness and Variety on Environmental Performance, Business Strategy and the Environment
The role of umbrella agreements in achieving sustainability goals Energy efficiency at the Empire State Building, Journal of Green Building
Emerging energy geographies: Scaling and spatial divergence in EUropean electricity generation capacity, European Urban and Regional Studies
Exploring and Explaining Patterns of Adaptation and Selection in Corporate Environmental Strategy in the USA, Organization Studies
Environmental management in the United Kingdom: new survey evidence, Management Decision
Barriers to proactive environmental management in the United Kingdom, Journal of General Management