CRUCIAL: Expert Prediction Markets for Climate Risk
Many planning and investment decisions require an understanding of how future climate change will manifest itself. While there are many relevant sources of information and expertise, decision makers face significant difficulties in accessing, interpreting, and appraising it. Moreover, there are several problems in the institutional arrangements of current climate risk information provision. This presentation proposes expert prediction markets as a potential solution to these problems, and discusses the CRUCIAL (Climate Risk and Uncertainty Collective Intelligence Aggregation Laboratory) initiative between the Universities of Lancaster and Exeter to establish such markets.
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Kim is an economist whose research centres on the interplay between normative and behavioural models of decision making under risk and uncertainty, with applications in financial and non-financial problem settings such as cybersecurity and climate change. He is Programme Director of the LUMS MSc in Money, Banking and Finance, and has worked on cross-faculty research projects with LEC, Psychology, and Computer Science.
Mark is a planetary scientist whose research has focussed on climate and weather. After completing his PhD at Caltech, he worked on climate predictability at Oxford University, Pennsylvania State University, the UK Met Office, and Winton Capital. He is currently affiliated with the University of Exeter’s Land, Environment, Economics and Policy Institute (LEEP).
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