Stefan’s work helps companies, governments and communities explore plausible futures and make wise strategic choices with a focus on the strategic implications of digital technology.
Dr Stefan Hajkowicz is a senior principal scientist working in the field of strategic foresight at Data61 | CSIRO.
His current and recent research projects have examined future trends and scenarios about jobs & employment, property markets, the tourism industry, the construction industry, the manufacturing sector, water supply companies, agricultural industries and food security.
Stefan is a world leading scholar in the field of decision theory and has published seminal works on the use multi-objective decision support. His research has contrasted structured versus intuitive approaches to decision making. His decision models have guided investments worth hundreds of millions of dollars and have been used by Australia’s State and Federal Governments to make critical policy choices.
Stefan is widely published in the international scientific literature and his most recent book titled “Global Megatrends” is available through CSIRO Publishing. Stefan has a doctorate in geography from the University of Queensland and postgraduate qualifications in economics from the University of New England.