CRUISSE Network Meeting 2017: Presentations

The CRUISSE Network Meeting took place at University College London on the 21st and 22nd of September 2017.

We had the following presentations:


Is Box 3 Empty? Addressing Challenging Decisions

Leonard Smith
London School of Economics and Political Science

How do EA Orgs Account for Uncertainty in Their Analysis?

Simon Beard, Peter Hurford & Kathryn Mecrow
University of Cambridge

How do Executives Navigate the Radical  Uncertainties of Building Environmentally  and Socially Sustainable Businesses? A Study of Framing in Decision-Making.

Catherine Tilley & Steve Evans
University of Cambridge

Challenging Radical Uncertainty in Science, Society and the Environment.

David Good
University of Cambridge

The Role of Formal Models in Financial Decision-Making.

Ekaterina Svetlova
University of Leicester

The Stories we Tell Ourselves: Narrative, Emotion and Fantasy in Strategic  Decision-Making.

Mark Fenton-O’Creevy & David Tuckett
University College London and The Open University

Logical Probability: A Keynesian theoretical foundation for scenario planning.

James Derbyshire
Middlesex University

Navigating Cascades of Uncertainty – Easy as ABC?

Katie Smith, Rob Wilby, Ciaran Broderick, Christel Prudhomme, Tom Matthews, Shaun Harrigan & Conor Murphy
Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)

Episodic & Semantic Aspects of Time  Series & Risk.

Nick Watkins
University of Warwick

Large-Group Decision-Making and Consensus. A (not so) Academic Perspective.

Iván Palomares Carrascosa
University of Bristol

Early Intervention Policy, from “Troubled Families” to “Named Persons”: Problems with Evidence and Framing “Valence” Issues.

Paul Cairney
University of Stirling

 Decision Analysis and the Political Process.

Simon French
University of Warwick

Some New Ways of Thinking About Decision-Making.

David Tucket
University College London

A Dynamic Decision-Making Process for Evidence-Based Learning on Megaprojects.

Zhen Chen
University of Strathclyde

Models to Decisions (M2D): Network on Decision  Making Under Uncertainty

Peter Challenor, Catherine Powell & Emma Clarke