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Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective deals with the transport issues associated with energy from a behavioral perspective in an interdisciplinary and systematic way. Existing transport and energy research has focused on technologies and energy efficiency; however, more efficient technologies do not necessarily lead to energy reduction. Unfortunately, very limited behavioral research can be found in the literature. This book covers major transport modes in major countries. It emphasizes the importance of researching the behaviors of not only transport and energy service users, but also transport and energy service providers, policy makers, organizations, company managers, and other stakeholders who are involved in and/or affected by transport and energy policies. It not only overviews the history of relevant research and presents new developments but also extensively discusses the future research issues. Various findings are summarized for reducing energy consumption from a behavioral perspective. This book provides readers with behavioral insights into more effective policymaking. Behavioral interventions are recommended as a key policy instrument for reducing energy consumption in a sustainable way. It provides policy makers with comprehensive insights into making more effective policies over the whole process of policymaking. The book can serve as a handbook for researchers and a textbook for graduate students in the fields of transport, energy, environment, planning, public policy, behavioral studies, and so on.
- Examines transport and domestics issues associated with energy from a behavioral perspective in both an interdisciplinary and comprehensive way
- Offers an overview of current relevant research and the most recent developments
- Provides rich information about future research trends and innovative insights into effective policymaking
Energy researchers, engineers, managers, consultants and planners. Energy policy makers. Graduate students in the area
- Introduction of research on transport and energy
2. The role of the transport sector in energy transition and climate change mitigation: Insights from an integrated assessment model
3. Effects of green policies on household transport and energy consumption in Europe: a literature review
Dujuan Yang and Harry Timmermans
4. Energy consumption in the transport and domestic sectors: A household-level comparison between capital cities of Japan, China, and Indonesia
Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang, Biying Yu, Enjian Yao and Chunfu Shao
5. Travel choices, preferences and energy implications in the United States
6. Children’s travel behavior and implication to transport energy consumption of household: A case study of three Australian cities
7. Residential location and commuting mode choices: Intrahousehold interaction modeling and its implications for energy policy
8. Battery electric vehicles in China: ownership and usage
Enjian Yao, Chunfu Shao, Fanglei Jin, Long Pan and Rui Zhang
9. Impacts of shared mobility on energy consumption and emissions in China
Biying Yu, Xiaoyi Li and Meimei Xue
10. Rural migrant workers’ energy consumption in passenger transport and domestic sectors of China: case study from a social perspective
Ying Jiang, Junyi Zhang and Linghan Zhang
11. Japanese young people’s car ownership and usage: Research from an expenditure perspective
Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang and Ying Jiang
12. Behavioral research on transport and energy in the context of aviation
Tuqiang Zhou and Junyi Zhang
13. A systematic review on tourism energy consumption, sustainable tourism, and destination development: A behavioral perspective
Linghan Zhang and Junyi Zhang
14. Behavioral interventions for sustainable transportation: an overview of programs and guide for practitioners
Reuven Sussman, Li Qin Tan and Christine E. Kormos
15. Life-oriented household energy consumption research
Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang and Ying Jiang
16. To connect the past with the future
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 18th September 2019
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Junyi Zhang is in the Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering and Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation at Hiroshima University in Japan. His research fields include transportation planning, urban and regional planning, traffic engineering, environment and energy policies, tourism policy, and health policy. He is the author of more than 440 refereed papers in journals including Transportation Research Part A/B/C/D/E, Journal of Transport Geography, Transportation, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Energy Policy, Climate Change, Sustainable Cities and Society, Environment and Planning B, Tourism Management, and Journal of Sustainable Tourism. His most recent book is “Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective” (Elsevier, 2019).
, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan , Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan
"If you have an interest in a truly international perspective that combines a diversity of behavioural thinking, different methods of analysis, a range of policy options, and the involvement of all stakeholders in trying to find the means by which the transport and energy debate can be addressed and resolved, then I urge you to read this book – you will not be disappointed."
Dr. David Banister, Professor Emeritus, University of Oxford
"To the best of my knowledge, this is the first book bringing together behavioral research on transport and energy. …I agree with the editor’s belief that behavioral interventions should be a ‘must’ in transport and energy policy menus."
Dr. Noboru Harata, Professor, The University of Tokyo
"It is a book for those who want to be serious about understanding the state of research and who are ready to dive into cutting-edge research on behavioral issues of transport, energy, and greenhouse gas emissions."
Dr. James L. Sweeney, Professor, Stanford University
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