|is a Senior Researcher at Decision Research and Director of Value Scope Research, a small consulting firm. Robin is also an adjunct professor in the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia. He leads research projects and workshops for government, industry, and First Nations on structured decision making, risk management, the conduct of deliberative groups, and techniques for eliciting preferences and addressing difficult tradeoffs.|
Research and Consulting
Robin’s research and applied consulting focuses on four major areas; each is briefly described below.
Stakeholder involvement in environmental and risk deliberations
Choices and preferences: the psychology and economics of value
Learning and adaptive management: policy choices under uncertainty
Evaluating nonmarket environmental benefits and costs