GSI Scientific working paper series
The GSI scientific working paper series publishes pieces intended for communicating relevant science to members of the academic and scientific communities, on the topic of global and earth systems governance. In particular, the intention is to offer an open-access repository for accessible but rigorously scientific working papers to promote the use of robust science in decision-making and in promoting sustainability with a systems perspective.
Working paper series number 2020/01
Risk-opportunity analysis for transformative policy design and appraisal
Jean-Francois Mercure1,2,3*, Simon Sharpe4*, Jorge Vinuales2, Matthew Ives5,6, Michael Grubb7, Hector Pollitt2,3, Florian Knobloch2, Femke Nijsse1
1 Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter, UK 2 Cambridge Centre for Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Governance, University of Cambridge, UK 3 Cambridge Econometrics, Cambridge, UK 4 Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, UCL, UK 5 Institute for New Economic Thinking, Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK 6 Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford UK 7 Institute for Sustainable Resources, University College London, UK
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