The Energy & Environmental Policy Laboratory has a strong expertise in energy and environmental policy, taking advantage of the multidisciplinary skills of its staff, combining expertize of economics, engineering, international and legal studies. This enables the holistic assessment of energy and environmental policies. A vital role of the laboratory is to contribute in real policy issues, providing policy recommendations, followed by multidisciplinary consideration of the policy dimensions. Towards this target, a behavioural economics, psychology and law unit has been established within the laboratory. The consideration of behaviourism, contextualism and institutionalism enables a more robust assessment and affective direction of energy and environmental policies.

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