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Title: Senior Research Fellow
Role: Deputy Director and Research Director
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Måns Nilsson is Deputy Director and Research Director at SEI and Visiting Professor (part-time) in Environmental Strategies Research at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. Måns joined SEI in 1995.
He is interested in energy and climate policy analysis, strategic assessment, innovation, European policy, and global governance. He has slipped more than 30 papers past unsuspecting editors of academic journals.
Måns combines academic achievement with extensive management experience, overseeing SEI’s overall research strategy as well as managing multiple research and policy projects and programmes including advisory and capacity building projects in Europe, Southeast Asia and Africa. Clients have included the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the African Development Bank, the European Commission, the Swedish government, bilateral development agencies and the private sector.
He received his MSc in International Economics from University of Lund, Sweden, and his PhD degree in Policy Analysis from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
The EV paradox – A multilevel study of why Stockholm is not a leader in electric vehicles (Journal article - 2015)
Review of Targets for the Sustainable Development Goals: The Science Perspective (Report chapter - 2015)
Rapidly falling costs of battery packs for electric vehicles (Journal article - 2015)
Cross-sectoral integration in the Sustainable Development Goals: a nexus approach (Discussion brief - 2014)
SEI Research Synthesis: Climate change mitigation and bioenergy (Other publications - 2014)
The OWG-11 ‘Focus Areas’ Paper: An IRF2015 Review (Paper - 2014)
Integrating Governance into the Sustainable Development Goals (Policy brief - 2014)