nny Mealy - Economist at the World Bank\, Research Associate at INET a
nd the University of Oxford Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
\, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at SoDa Labs a
t the Monash Business School
Adjacent Possible Policies: The Climate Policy Space Cond
itions Future Policy Adoption
Penn y Mealy is an economist at the World Bank\, a Research Associate at INET a nd the Oxford Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment\, and an Adju nct Senior Research Fellow at SoDa Labs at the M onash Business School. Her work applies various methods from complex syste ms and data science to analyse the interrelated challenges of climate change and economic development. Her research has de veloped novel\, data-driven approaches for analysing structural change\, occupational mobility and the future of work\, an d the transition to the green economy.
Penny completed a PhD at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at Oxf
ord University. She has held various research fellow roles at the Oxford M
artin School\, the Oxford Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment\,
the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at Cambridge University\, and
NOTE: Penny Mealy is joining this
talk remotely via Zoom\, but attendees are welcome to join us in Chambers
Hall as usual.
In person: Chambers Hall\, 600 Foster Street\, Lower Level
Remote option: https://northwestern.zoom. us/j/93658786968
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