Dr Rupert Way
Postdoctoral Research Officer
Research Associate, Economic Analysis of Technological Change, Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford
Rupert has a PhD in mathematics and is interested in the physics and economics of networks, learning and systems engineering, especially in relation to energy systems and sustainability. Before joining INET Oxford he worked on an industry-academia collaboration project researching smart-grid design and deployment, and also with a small company focusing on data-driven carbon foot-printing. He now works on innovation forecasting, technology networks and operations research, in particular looking at path-dependence, risk and diversity in RD&D programs
Sensitive intervention points in the post-carbon transition
12 Apr 19
We propose to examine how to exploit similar sensitive intervention points (SIPs) and amplification ...
Wright meets Markowitz: How standard portfolio theory changes when assets are technologies following experience curves
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control
01 Apr 19
We apply portfolio theory to technologies following experience curves.