Lucas Kruitwagen is a Research Assistant on the Sustainable Finance Programme, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Lucas researches engagement on and disclosure of environment-related risks between companies and investors. Lucas is also a Visiting Researcher at Imperial College London where he researches organisational decision-making under conditions of risk and uncertainty. He holds an MSc (with distinction) in Sustainable Energy Futures from Imperial College London, and a BEng from McGill University, Montreal, where he was a Loran Scholar.
- Data Lead, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme
- Kruitwagen, L., Madani, K., Caldecott, B. and Workman, M.H.W. (2017) Game theory and corporate governance: conditions for effective stewardship of companies exposed to climate change risks. Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment, 7(1): 14-36.
- Kruitwagen, L., Madani, K., Caldecott, B. and Workman, M.H.W. (2018) Game theory and corporate governance: conditions for effective stewardship of companies exposed to climate change risks. Chapter 7 in, Stranded Assets: Developments in Finance and Investment. Routledge.
- Kruitwagen, L., Collins, S. and Caldecott, B.L. (2017) Coal-fired power stations. In, Hester, R.E. and Harrison, R.M. (eds.) Coal in the 21st Century: Energy Needs, Chemicals and Environmental Controls. Royal Society of Chemistry, London, UK. ISBN: 978-1-78262-860-6.
- Caldecott, B., Kruitwagen, L., McCarten, M., Zhou, X., Lunsford, D., Marchand, O., Hadjikyriakou, P., Bickel, V., Sachs, T. and Bohn, N. (2018) Climate risk analysis from space: remote sensing, machine learning, and the future of measuring climate-related risk.