University of East Anglia
Dr Hazel Pettifor is a senior research officer at the University of East Anglia. As a social scientist she conducts research into the diffusion of novel, low carbon technologies focussing on consumer choice and its antecedents. She has particular interest and specialism in the use and application of large scale secondary social science data.
Pettifor, H., Wilson, C., McCollum, D., Edelenbosch, O. (2017) Modelling social influence and cultural variation in global low-carbon vehicle transitions. Global Environmental Change Submitted Feb 2017.
Pettifor HJ, Wilson C, Axsen J, Abrahamse W, Anable J (2016). Social influence in the global diffusion of alternative fuel vehicles – A meta-analysis. Accepted subject to revisions. Journal of Transport Geography.
McCollum D, Wilson C, Pettifor H, et al. (2016) Improving the behavioural realism of global integrated assessment models: An application to consumers' vehicle choices. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment (in print).
Pettifor H, Wilson C, Chryssochoidis G (2015). The appeal of the green deal: Empirical evidence for the influence of energy efficiency policy on renovating households. Energy Policy 79 161-176.