Steve RAYNER

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1953-05-22
Education Dorking Co GS, Univ of Kent at Canterbury (BA), UCL (PhD)
Books & Publications Measuring Culture: A Paradigm for the Analysis of Social Organization (jtly, 1985), Rules, Decisions and Inequality in Egalitarian Societies (jt ed, 1988), Making Markets: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Economic Exchange (jtly, 1992), Human Choice and Climate Change: An International Assessment (4 vols, jt ed, 1998), Markets, Distribution, and Exchange after Societal Cataclysm (jtly, 2000), Unnatural Selection: The Challenges of Engineering Tomorrow's People (jt ed, 2008); author of over 100 articles in books and jls
Recreations building, gardening, boating
Clubs Cosmos (Washington DC)
Style Prof Steve Rayner
Career lectr in social anthropology Extra-Mural Studies Dept Univ of London 1977-78; research assoc: Centre for Occupational and Community Research London 1979-83, Russell Sage Fndn NY 1980-81, Dept of Computer Sci Columbia Univ 1982-83 (visiting scholar 1981 and 1982); research assoc rising to sr research staff Energy Div Oak Ridge Nat Lab Tennessee 1983-91 (dep dir Center for Global Environmental Studies 1990-91), chief scientist Pacific Northwest Nat Lab 1996-99 (sr prog mangr Global Environmental Mgmnt Studies and mangr Global Change Gp 1991-96), chief social scientist Int Research Inst for Climate Prediction 1999-2002, prof of environmental and public affrs Sch of Int and Public Affrs Columbia Univ 1999-2002, dir Oxford Inst for Science, Innovation and Soc (formerly James Martin Inst) and James Martin prof of sci and civilization Univ of Oxford 2002-, professorial fell Keble Coll Oxford 2002-; visiting scholar Boston Univ Sch of Public Health 1982, adjunct asst prof of sociology Univ of Tennessee 1986, adjunct faculty US Govt Exec Seminar Center Oak Ridge Tennessee 1988-91, visiting assoc prof Prog in Science, Technol and Soc Cornell Univ 1990, adjunct assoc prof Science, Technol and Soc Grad Prog Virginia Poly Inst 1997-98, hon prof of climate change and soc Univ of Copenhagen 2008-; former memb Editorial Bd: Environment, Integrated Assessment, Global Environmental Change, Population and Environment; memb Editorial Bd: Earthscan Science in Society book series (ed in chief), Environmental Science and Policy, City Culture and Society; former memb: Bd Fndn for Law Justice and Soc, Royal Cmmn on Environmental Pollution, Advsy Ctee UK Climate Impacts Prog, Bd of Advsrs Nanotechnology Policy Fndn, Sciencewise Steering Gp and Review Panel OST, Advsy Bd ESRC Genomics Survey, Oxford Cmmn on Sustainable Consumption, Int Advsy Bd Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change; past pres Sociology and Social Policy Section BAAS, lead author Working Gp III Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; Martin-Marietta Energy Systems Significant Event Award 1988 and 1989, Dir's Award for Scientific and Engrg Excellence Pacific Northwest Lab 1993, Homer M Calver Award Environment Section American Public Health Assoc 1994; memb: Assoc of Social Anthropologists of the Cwlth 1980, Soc for Risk Analysis 1984, Sigma Xi 1989, BAAS 2002, European Assoc for the Study of Sci and Technol 2002, Soc for the Social Study of Sci 2002; FRAI 1976, fell Soc for Applied Anthropology 1984, FRSA 2004, fell AAAS 2004
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