Frederik's 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 understanding managerial practices designed to reduce corporate carbon emissions, policy changes in the European (renewable) energy market, sustainable business models, and the role of the energy-food-water nexus.
Teaching in 2017-2018
IB9180: Business Sustainability
Frederik Dahlmann joined Warwick Business School as Assistant Professor of Global Energy in October 2012. In his thesis Frederik investigated the longitudinal trends of corporate environmental strategy. He subsequently worked as an energy analyst in London.
Dahlmann, F., Branicki, L. and Brammer, S. (2017) "“Carrots for corporate sustainability” : impacts of incentive inclusiveness and variety on environmental performance", Business Strategy and the Environment
Dahlmann, F. and Grosvold, J. (2017) "Environmental managers and institutional work : reconciling tensions of competing institutional logics", Business Ethics Quarterly, 27, 2, 263-291
Dahlmann, F. and Veal, G. (2016) "The role of umbrella agreements in achieving sustainability goals : energy efficiency at the Empire State building", Journal of Green Building, 11, 1, 71-94
Dahlmann, F., Kolk, A. and Lindeque, J. (2016) "Emerging energy geographies : scaling and spatial divergence in European electricity generation capacity", European Urban and Regional Studies
Dahlmann, F. and Brammer, S. (2011) "Exploring and explaining patterns of adaptation and selection in corporate environmental strategy in the USA", Organization Studies, Vol.32, No.4, 527 - 553
Dahlmann, F., Brammer, S. and Millington, A. (2008) "Barriers to proactive environmental management in the United Kingdom : implications for business and public policy", Journal of General Management, Vol.33, No.3, 1 - 20
Dahlmann, F., Brammer, S. and Millington, A. (2008) "Environmental management in the United Kingdom : new survey evidence", Management Decision, Vol.46, No.2, 264 - 283