DR SIMON MAIR
Simon is an Ecological Economist, holding degrees in Environmental Science, Environmental Management and Ecological Economics. He is working within our systems analysis theme.
Simon is an ecological economist, interested in issues of fairness in ecologically sound societies. He is currently working at the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (University of Surrey), developing narratives of sustainable prosperity and ecological macroeconomic models. Simon holds a PhD in Ecological Economics from the University of Surrey (UK), an MA in Environmental Management and a BSc in Environmental Science both from the University of Lancaster (UK).
Mair, S, Druckman, A and T Jackson 2018: The Future Of Work — Lessons from the History of Utopian Thought. CUSP Working Paper No 13. Guildford: University of Surrey.
Corlet Walker, C, Mair, S and A Druckman 2018: A Theory of Change Approach for Measuring Economic Welfare Beyond GDP. CUSP Working Paper No 10. Guildford: University of Surrey.
Mair, S, Jones, A, Ward, J, Christie, I, Druckman, A, Lyon, F. 2017: A Critical Review of the Role of Indicators in Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals. Handbook of Sustainability Science and Research. W. Leal (ed), Springer (In Press)
Mair, S, Druckman, A and T Jackson 2017: Fairness and Globalization in the Western European Clothing Supply Chain. In: Murray, J., Malik, A. & Geschke, A. (eds.) The Social Effects of Global Trade: Pan Stanford.
Mair, S, Druckman, A and T Jackson, T 2016: Global Inequities and Emissions in Western European Textile and Clothing Consumption, Journal of Cleaner Production, 132, pp. 57-69.