- Assistant Professor
- 403I Elliott School of International Affairs
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
International Environmental Negotiations; International Environmental Politics and Policy; Renewable Energy Policy; Political Economy of Energy and the Environment
Professor Kelsey's research examines the role of interests in underpinning international environmental policy and negotiation. In particular, she focuses how changes to interests can occur over time, and how these changes shape policymaking. Her projects have looked at the role of feedback processes between policy and industry in explaining the differing outcomes of the international negotiations surrounding ozone and climate change, as well as the ongoing process of climate negotiations. Prior to joining the Elliott School, she was a postdoctoral scholar with the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society & the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (Berkeley); and with Resources for the Future (DC).
Ph.D in Political Science; University of California, Berkeley
BS in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology; Yale University
Meckling, Jonas; Nina Kelsey, Eric Biber, John Zysman. "Winning Coalitions for Climate Policy: Green Industrial Policy Builds Support for Carbon Regulation." Science, vol. 349, #6253 (Sept 11, 2015).
IAFF 6158.13: Renewable Energy in a Decarbonizing World