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Shared Research Group LOBSTER
Prof. Gregor Betz

D-76128 Karlsruhe
Tel.: +49 721 608-42149
Fax.: +49 721 608-43084
Mail: gregor betzRfd1βˆ‚kit edu

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LOBSTER cooperates with

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Welcome to the SRG Limits and Objectivity of Scientific Foreknowledge: The Case of Energy Outlooks (LOBSTER)

 

The Shared Research Group (SRG) on Limits and Objectivity of Scientific Foreknowledge: The Case of Energy Outlooks (LOBSTER) was funded in the framework of the German Excellence Initiative by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) from 2010–2015.

The SRG has addressed the reliability of scientific policy advice from a general, methodological point of view, with a special focus on energy predictions and scenarios. This research is now continued in the Institute for Technology Assessment and System Analysis (ITAS) as well as in the Institute of Technology Futures (ITZ).   

 

Key publications with LOBSTER contributions

Cover Energiewende
Die Energiewende und ihre Modelle

Christian Dieckhoff, Anna Leuschner und Frederike Neuber (Hg.): Die Energiewende und ihre Modelle. Was uns Energieszenarien sagen können – und was nicht. Bielefeld: transcript 2016.

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Cover Turn
The Argumentative Turn

Sven Ove Hansson and Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn (Eds.): The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis. Reasoning about Uncertainty. Cham: Springer 2016.

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Cover EJPS
Assessing Climate Models

Joel Katzav and Wendy Parker (Eds.): Assessing Climate Models: Knowledge, Values and Policy. Special Issue of the European Journal for Philosophy of Science. Volume 5, Issue 2, May 2015.

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Cover LP
Langfristiges Planen

Georg Kamp (Hg.): Langfristiges Planen. Zur Bedeutung sozialer und kognitiver Ressourcen für nachhaltiges Handeln. Ethics of Science and Technology Assessment; Volume 41. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer 2016.

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