Decision analysis and policy making
For the energy transition to be successful, policy needs to be develop that address the concerns of a range of stakeholders. Decisions must be made democratically to be equitable.
Areas of focus
- Capture, structuring, and analysis of stakeholder knowledge and expertise
- Improving stakeholder and policymaker understandings of energy topics
- Risk analysis
- Objective negotiation
- Issue and opportunity identification
Impact and outcomes
- Development of single-cohort workshops (researchers, industry, METS [Mining Equipment, Technology and Services], government and NGOs) to identify research priorities in the area of mine waste and tailings
- Contribution to National Decommissioning Research Initiative, including production of Offshore Oil and Gas Decommissioning Research Priorities and Projects Roadmap
- Development of energy market scenarios used to help decision-makers in the UK electric energy department navigate potential developments in price and capacity
Research groups, facilities and centres
John Curtin Institute of Public Policy
The JCIPP is a peak body for research, education and discussion in public policy and administration. It takes a multi-disciplinary approach to addressing challenges in this area reflecting their complexity as well as the unique capacity of universities to play a key role in addressing them.
Future of Work Institute (FoWI)
The Future of Work Institute (FoWI) promotes productive and meaningful work as essential foundations of a healthy economy and society. FoWI’s researchers focus on how people contribute to and benefit from new knowledge and practices, and their mission is to support thriving people and organisations in the digital age.