POLICY BRIEFING NOTES
Car-related economic stress – is there a transport equivalent of fuel poverty? DEMAND Research Insight #9
- Mattioli, G. (2016). Transport needs in a climate-constrained world. A novel framework to reconcile social and environmental sustainability in transport. Energy Research & Social Science, 18, 118-128.
- Mullen, C., & Marsden, G. (2016) Mobility justice in low carbon energy transitions, Energy Research & Social Science, 18, 109-117.
- Lucas, K., Mattioli, G., Verlinghieri, E., & Guzman, A. (2016). Transport poverty and its adverse social consequences. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers – Transport, 169, 353-365.
- Mattioli, G, & Colleoni, M. (2016) Transport Disadvantage, Car Dependence and Urban Form, In: Pucci, P., Colleoni, M. (Eds) Understanding Mobilities for Designing Contemporary Cities, Springer
- Mattioli, G., Philips, I., Anable, J., & Chatterton, T. (2017) Developing an index of vulnerability to motor fuel price increases in England, 49th Annual UTSG Conference, 4 January 2017, Dublin.
- Mattioli, G., Lucas, K., & Marsden, G. (2016). The affordability of household transport costs: quantifying the incidence of car-related economic stress in the UK, 48th Annual UTSG Conference, 6 January 2016, Bristol.
- Mattioli, G. (2015). Energy-related economic stress at the interface between transport, housing and fuel poverty: a multinational study. Second International Research Days of the Sociology of Energy, 1 July 2015, pp.254-257.
- Mattioli, G., Wadud, Z., & Lucas, K. (2017). Towards a disaggregated approach to ‘oil vulnerability’: price elasticity of fuel demand among ‘low-income, high costs’ households in the UK, Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 8–12 January 2017
- Mattioli, G., & Lucas, K. (2016). Material deprivation, car ownership and affordability: a transport poverty perspective, 11th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, London, 2-4 August 2016
- Mattioli, G., Wadud, Z., & Lucas, K. (2016) Developing a Novel Approach for Assessing the Transport Vulnerability to Fuel Price Rises at the Household Level, 14th World Conference on Transport Research, 10-15 July 2016, Shanghai, China.
- Mullen, C., Marsden, G., & Mattioli, G. (2016) Inclusive transition to low emission transport: policy needs from national to local level, 14th Annual Transport Practitioners’ Meeting, 30 June 2016, Nottingham
- Mattioli, G., Lucas, K., Marsden, G., & Wadud, Z. (2016). Transport-related economic stress and vulnerability to fuel price spikes: intermediate findings from the (t)ERES project, DEMAND Centre Conference 2016, April 13-15 2016, Lancaster University
- Mattioli, G., & Mullen, C. (2015). Mobility, equality and hardship: a challenge for distributive justice, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2015, 3 September 2015 (Abstract)
Journal Special Issue
- Mattioli, G., Nicolas, J.P., Gertz, C. (forthcoming), “Household transport costs, economic stress and vulnerability, at the interface between mobility, domestic energy and residential location”, Special Issue of Transport Policy. Planned publication date: 2017. (Call for papers).
ARTICLES PUBLISHED ONLINE
- Scheiner, J. (in press) Transport costs seen through the lens of residential self-selection and mobility biographies. Transport Policy.
- Ortar, N. (in press) Dealing with energy crises: Working and living arrangements in peri-urban France. Transport Policy
- Curl, A., Clark., J., & Kearns, A. (in press) Household car adoption and financial distress in deprived urban communities: A case of forced car ownership?
- Papagiannakis, A. Baraklianos, I., Spyridonidou, A. (in press). Urban travel behaviour and household income in times of economic crisis: Challenges and perspectives for sustainable mobility
- Chatterton, T., Anable, J., Cairns, S., Wilson, R.E. (in press). Financial Implications of Car Ownership and Use: a distributional analysis based on observed spatial variance considering income and domestic energy costs
- Walks, A. (in press) Driving the poor into debt? Automobile loans, transport disadvantage, and automobile dependence