Nathan Kably is specialised in public policy analysis, with a focus on innovation and environmental policies, and particularly the transition to a green and circular economy. He is familiar with both quantitative and qualitative policy analysis methods, such as econometrics, statistical matching, life cycle approaches, surveys, interviews, literature reviews and case studies.
Nathan has knowledge of both policy strategies and policy implementation, respectively, by working on the evaluation of high-level environmental strategy and the implementation of pan-European projects. He recently worked on the evaluation of the 7th Environmental Action Programme for the European Parliament and the European Commission, the Eco-Innovation Observatory Scoreboards and country reports, the EU roadmap for battery storage technologies and the study on fostering Industrial Symbiosis for the European Commission. Nathan also supervises content creation for the European Resource Efficiency Knowledge Centre and jointly coordinates the network of national environmental agencies.
Prior to joining the Technopolis Group, Nathan worked at the United Nations University-MERIT where he conducted research with Dr. Mindel Van de Laar on higher education programmes. He took part in coordination activities for the PhD programme (GPAC2 programme) and the training programme for policy professionals (EPRM), for both programmes he led sessions on the application of Qualitative Data Analysis Software.
Nathan holds an MSc in Public Policy and Human Development from the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance and UNU-MERIT, and a Bachelor in European Social and Political Studies (ESPS) from the University College London.