In a new article, British psychologist Ulrike Hahn and her team conclude that Bayesian models of belief change developed by LUIQ members can help explain public reception of climate science. Hahn et al also argue that these models have concrete policy implications and can aid in the communication of climate science consensus. The article refers extensively to seminal work on […]
Stefan Schubert is going to work at the Global Priorities Project, which is a collaboration between Centre for Effective Altruism and Future of Humanity Institute (Oxford). Schubert took his PhD in Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Lund and has since then been at the London School of Economics on a postdoc project funded by the Swedish Research Council.
Stefan Schubert, post doc researcher at LSE and member of LUIQ, has figured in Swedish media as member of a new network för evidence-based policy. The network wants to promote public policy based on scientific evidence rather than on populism or mere belief. The article, which triggered intense debate in Swedish media, can be found here.