Giulio Mattioli
Giulio Mattioli
Research Fellow, Department of Transport Planning, TU Dortmund University
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Transport poverty and its adverse social consequences
K Lucas, G Mattioli, E Verlinghieri, A Guzman
Proceedings of the institution of civil engineers-transport 169 (6), 353-365, 2016
The political economy of car dependence: A systems of provision approach
G Mattioli, C Roberts, JK Steinberger, A Brown
Energy Research & Social Science 66, 101486, 2020
Discourses of climate delay
WF Lamb, G Mattioli, S Levi, JT Roberts, S Capstick, F Creutzig, JC Minx, ...
Global Sustainability 3, 2020
A review of trends and drivers of greenhouse gas emissions by sector from 1990 to 2018
WF Lamb, T Wiedmann, J Pongratz, R Andrew, M Crippa, JGJ Olivier, ...
Environmental research letters 16 (7), 073005, 2021
Transport poverty and fuel poverty in the UK: From analogy to comparison
G Mattioli, K Lucas, G Marsden
Transport Policy 59, 93-105, 2017
Car dependent practices: Findings from a sequence pattern mining study of UK time use data
G Mattioli, J Anable, K Vrotsou
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 89, 56-72, 2016
Where sustainable transport and social exclusion meet: Households without cars and car dependence in Great Britain
G Mattioli
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 16 (3), 379-400, 2014
Transport needs in a climate-constrained world. A novel framework to reconcile social and environmental sustainability in transport
G Mattioli
Energy Research & Social Science 18, 118-128, 2016
" Forced car ownership" in the UK and Germany: socio-spatial patterns and potential economic stress impacts
G Mattioli
Social Inclusion 5 (4), 147-160, 2017
Transport disadvantage, car dependence and urban form
G Mattioli, M Colleoni
Understanding mobilities for designing contemporary cities, 171-190, 2016
Vulnerability to fuel price increases in the UK: A household level analysis
G Mattioli, Z Wadud, K Lucas
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 113, 227-242, 2018
Does a high level of multimodality mean less car use? An exploration of multimodality trends in England
E Heinen, G Mattioli
Transportation 46 (4), 1093-1126, 2019
Vulnerability to motor fuel price increases: Socio-spatial patterns in England
G Mattioli, I Philips, J Anable, T Chatterton
Journal of Transport Geography 78, 98-114, 2019
New dimensions of vulnerability to energy and transport poverty
M Martiskainen, BK Sovacool, M Lacey-Barnacle, D Hopkins, ...
Joule 5 (1), 3-7, 2021
Adjust urban and rural road pricing for fair mobility
F Creutzig, A Javaid, N Koch, B Knopf, G Mattioli, O Edenhofer
Nature climate change 10 (7), 591-594, 2020
Double energy vulnerability: Spatial intersections of domestic and transport energy poverty in England
C Robinson, G Mattioli
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101699, 2020
Understanding (and tackling) need satisfier escalation
LI Brand-Correa, G Mattioli, WF Lamb, JK Steinberger
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 16 (1), 309-325, 2020
Gross polluters for food shopping travel: An activity-based typology
G Mattioli, J Anable
Travel Behaviour and Society 6, 19-31, 2017
Multimodality and CO2 emissions: A relationship moderated by distance
E Heinen, G Mattioli
Transportation research part D: Transport and environment 75, 179-196, 2019
Moving through the city with strangers? Public transport as a significant type of urban public space
G Mattioli
Walking in the European City: Quotidian Mobility and Urban Ethnography, 57-74, 2014
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