Casey Helgeson (LSE): Climate Uncertainties and Expert Elicitation

11 December 2014|

This talk will introduce the topic of expert-elicited knowledge as an input to risk management and policy decision making, and survey applications in the field of climate/global change. Topics to include: elicitation methodology, whether to aggregate expert opinions, expert elicitation versus `expert judgment’ in IPCC assessments, and the role of expert elicitation in climate services. The main aim is […]

Spotlight: Three MSc courses on policy and choice

20 September 2014|

Philosophy at LSE is particularly well-known for its social relevance.  Here are three MSc courses that will allow you to participate in this aspect of LSE-style philosophy. New MSc students are welcome to sit in on the first lecture before deciding if they’d like to take a course.