Pete Barbrook-Johnson

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Pete is a Research Fellow based at the University of Surrey and hosted by the Centre for the Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus and the Centre for Research in Social Simulation.​

He is currently a UKRI Innovation Fellow working on the appraisal and evaluation of public-private-partnerships (PPP) at the food-energy-water-environment Nexus.

Alongside his interest in innovative Nexus PPP, his research interests are in environmental policy, social science, and complexity science. He has used a range of research methods in his research including agent-based modelling of social and policy systems, stakeholder causal mapping, and qualitative and quantitative social research methods.

Previously, Pete was one of CECAN’s ‘Knowledge Integrators’, and a Research Fellow at the Policy Studies Institute (PSI).

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