We use structured frameworks to undertake research and development evaluations and assessments, and to formulate policies and priorities for R&D.
Understanding the benefits that reseach, development and innovation deliver to society generally requires deeper analysis beyond conventional cost benefit analysis. ACIL Tasman has expertise in, and experience with, applying real options techniques in the context of high uncertainty and multiple decision paths.
Examples of ACIL Tasman’s work using these techniques include:
See our research and development project case studies.