Published by Cambridge University Press, June 2019
Edited by Marc Ozawa (In Search of ‘Good’ Energy Policy Research Group, CRASSH, Cambridge), Jonathan Chaplin (Cambridge), Michael Pollitt (Judge Business School), David Reiner (Judge Business School), Paul Warde (Cambridge)
Drawing on political science, economics, philosophy, theology, social anthropology, history, management studies, law, and other subject areas, In Search of Good Energy Policy brings together leading academics from across the social sciences and humanities to offer an innovative look at why science and technology, and the type of quantification they champion, cannot alone meet the needs of energy policy making in the future. Featuring world-class researchers from the University of Cambridge and other leading universities around the world, this innovative book presents an interdisciplinary dialogue in which scientists and practitioners reach across institutional divides to offer their perspectives on the relevance of multi-disciplinary research for ‘real world’ application. This work should be read by anyone interested in understanding how multidisciplinary research and collaboration is essential to crafting good energy policy.