Understanding public support for international climate adaptation payments: Evidence from a choice experiment

Research article by Tobias Kruse, Giles Atkinson on 25 Jan 2022

Using a representative sample of the UK population, the authors of this paper use a discrete choice experiment to explore the way in which distributional considerations drive respondent decisions in two dimensions: (a) among recipients of adaptation finance in recipient developing countries, and (b) among those who contribute to this finance (via taxation).

Delivering the Sustainable Development Goals through development corridors in East Africa: A Q-Methodology approach to imagining development futures

Research article by Kate Elizabeth Gannon, Declan Conway, Swenja Surminski on 24 Dec 2021

In this paper the authors advance a novel approach to integrated assessment of the ways in which the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are likely to manifest and interact within a given development context, using Q-Methodology and the conceptual framing of imaginaries.