11 November 2020
The meeting includes the keynote presentations of Andreas Molin, Head of General Coordination of Nuclear Affairs, Environment and Water Management of the Federal Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism, Austria and Nadejda Komendantova, Leader of Cooperation and Transformative Governance Group, Advanced Systems Analysis Program, IIASA.
Andreas Molin discusses Austria's experience with nuclear development control at the borders. Nadejda Komendantova gives a talk on scientific cooperation in contested policy options. She discusses the challenges in policy planning processes such as deep uncertainty, ambiguity, feasibility and urgency in providing solutions as well as the need for compromise solutions. Komendantova gives examples such as selection and prioritization of criteria, selection and systems mapping of factors, formulation and prioritization of strategic goals and priority areas, formulation of plausible scenarios and selection of robust policies.
Last edited: 10 November 2020
Strelkovskii N , Komendantova N , Sizov S , & Rovenskaya E (2020). Building plausible futures: Scenario-based strategic planning of industrial development of Kyrgyzstan. Futures 124: e102646. DOI:10.1016/j.futures.2020.102646.
Ekenberg L , Danielson M, & Komendantova N (2020). A decision evaluation tool: Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis as Co-Creation Methodology. IIASA
Ilmola-Sheppard L, Strelkovskii N , Rovenskaya E , Abramzon S, & Bar R (2020). A systems description of the national well-being system. Version 1.0. IIASA Working Paper. Laxenburg, Austria: WP-20-003
Joshi J, Brännström Å, & Dieckmann U (2020). Emergence of social inequality in the spatial harvesting of renewable public goods. PLoS Computational Biology 16 (1): 1-25. DOI:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007483.
Strelkovskii N , Ilmola-Sheppard L, Komendantova N , Martusevich A, & Rovenskaya E (2019). Navigating through deep waters of uncertainty: Systems analysis approach to strategic planning of water resources and water infrastructure under high uncertainties and conflicting interests. IIASA Research Report. Laxenburg, Austria: RR-19-004
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