SCDTP Studentship - Improving public policy and private investment decision-making to achieve sustainable outcomes for the energy-water-food-environment nexus
Decision Analytics & Risk
Location: Highfield Campus
(19/20 UKRI rate)
Closing Date: Thursday 23 January 2020
Improving public policy and private investment decision-making to achieve sustainable outcomes for the energy-water-food-environment nexus
A fully funded studentship awarded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership (SCDTP) commencing in 2020/21 Academic Year.
Applicants are needed to research how systems thinking can be used to improve problem structuring and decision-making to achieve sustainable outcomes within the energy-water-food-environment nexus. The research will look at the application of System Dynamics in the conservation sector to model interacting systems qualitatively and quantitatively to identify leverage points on a static and dynamic basis. A broad set of subject matter expertise including: development and environmental economics; entrepreneurship; System Dynamics; stakeholder management and public policy.
Simulation; systems thinking; Systems Dynamics; Public policy; Economic development; Environmental economics; Entrepreneurship, Stakeholder management.
South Coast DTP Funding provides an annual maintenance grant (tax free) of £15009 (2019/20 UKRI rate), plus payment of all programme fees. Other funding available for SCDTP funded students can be found on the SCDTP website .
Funding is provided for 3 years full-time PhD study (pro-rata for part-time students). Applications for 1+3 funding for students completing a Master's year prior to the commencement of PhD study are also welcome.
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