Laura’s research included supply chain management strategies; agile and resilient supply networks; flexible supply systems and supply networks design.
Max’ research focuses on economics of recreational angling, ecosystem services, hydropower; Welsh economy; inward investment; tourism economics; regional economics and policy and corporate restructuring.
Calvin’s research focuses on sustainable regional development, energy economics, and Artificial Intelligence, automation and future skills. He also looks at the environmental impact of economic activity, particularly of ‘non-traditional’ activities such as tourism and sport.
Lucy’s research is in the area of waste management. Her disciplinary background is economics, so she is interested in how regulation can incentivise pro-environmental behaviour. She is also interested in the effects of regulation, e.g. how different measures interact with each other, as well as, their effects on industry.
Ian is an environmental economist, interested in ensuring sustainable wellbeing through the integration of natural and social science knowledge within decision making and policy. Particular interests lie in the fields of quantitative analysis, integrated modelling and the valuation of non-market benefits and costs.