Dr. Brantley Liddle joined ESI in 2016. Most recently, he was Vice President/Chief of Research/Special Advisor at the Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre in Tokyo. Prior to that posting, he led the energy/environment-economic modeling research program at the Centre for Strategic Economic Studies at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia as a senior research fellow. Earlier, he had a postdoctoral fellowship in the population-environment-economy research group at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany; and he served as an interdisciplinary economist at the US Department of Energy, where he worked on the National Energy Modeling System.
Dr. Liddle’s areas of research interest/expertise include population change and the macro environment; energy and the macro economy; and transport and energy consumption. He earned an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He was among the first both to write a sustainability-focused dissertation and effectively to complete a Ph.D. in systems engineering at MIT. Dr. Liddle received a combined bachelor of science and arts in civil engineering and political science from Brown University.
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