Recent Writings

Published/Accepted Journal Papers (since January 2012)

  1. Schwanen, T., in press. Thinking complex interconnections: transition, nexus and geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
  2. Schwanen, T., in press. Geographies of transport III: New spatialities of knowledge production? Progress in Human Geography.
  3. Hopkins, D., Schwanen, T., in press. Automated mobility transitions: governing processes in the UK, Sustainability.
  4. Geels, F.W., Schwanen, T., Sorrell, S., Sovacool, B.K., Jenkins, K., 2018. Reducing energy demand through low carbon innovation: A sociotechnical transitions perspective and thirteen research debates. Energy Research & Social Science 40, 23-35.
  5. Hubers, C.G.T.M., Dijst, J., Schwanen, T., 2018. The fragmented worker? ICTs, coping strategies and gender differences in the temporal and spatial fragmentation of paid labour. Time and Society 18(1), 92-130.
  6. Hu, K., Wu, J., Schwanen, T., 2017. Differences in energy consumption in electric vehicles: an exploratory real-world study in Beijing. Journal of Advanced Transportation 2017, 4695975.
  7. Geels, F.W., Sovacool, B.K., Schwanen, T., Sorrell, S., 2017. The socio-technical dynamics of low-carbon transitions. Joule 1(3), 463-479.
  8. Geels, F.W., Sovacool, B.K., Schwanen, T., Sorrell, S. 2017. Sociotechnical transitions for deep decarbonization. Science 357(6357), 1242-1244.
  9. Dudley, G., Banister, D., Schwanen, T., 2017. The rise of Uber and regulating the disruptive innovator. The Political Quarterly 88(3), 492-499.
  10. Schwanen, T., 2017. Geographies of transport II: Reconciling the general and the particular. Progress in Human Geography 41(3), 355-364.
  11. Bergman, N., Schwanen, T., Sovacool, B.K., 2017. Imagined people, behaviour and future mobility: Insights from visions of electric vehicles and car clubs in the United Kingdom. Transport Policy 59, 165-173.
  12. Stapleton, L., Sorrell, S., Schwanen, T., 2017.  Peak car and increasing rebound: A closer look at car travel trends in Great Britain. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 53,  217-233.
  13. Temenos, C., Nikolaeva, A., Schwanen, T., Cresswell, T., Sengers, F., Watson, M., Sheller, M., 2017. Theorizing mobility transitions: An interdisciplinary conversation. Transfers 7(1), 113-129.
  14. Pereira, R., Schwanen, T., Banister, D., 2017. Distributive justice and equity in transportation. Transport Reviews 37(2), 170-191.
  15. Wissink, B., Schwanen, T., Van Kempen, R., 2016. Beyond residential segregation: introduction. Cities 59, 126-130.
  16. De Vos, J., Mokhtarian, P.L., Schwanen, T., Van Acker, V., Witlox, F., 2016. Travel mode choice and travel satisfaction: bridging the gap between decision utility and experienced utility, Transportation 43(5), 771-796.
  17. Kwan, M.-P., Schwanen, T., 2016. Geographies of mobility. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 106(2), 243-256.
  18. Schwanen, T., 2016. Rethinking resilience as capacity to endure: automobility and the city. City: Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action 20(1), 152-160.
  19. Schwanen, T., 2016. Geographies of transport I: Reinventing a field?, Progress in Human Geography 40(1), 126-137.
  20. Stapleton, L., Sorrell, S., Schwanen, T., 2016. Estimating direct rebound effects for personal automotive travel in Great Britain, Energy Economics 54, 313-325.
  21. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., 2016. What are you looking at? A visitors’ perspective on CCTV in the night-time economyEuropean Urban and Regional Studies 23(1), 23-39.
  22. Schwanen, T., 2015. Beyond instrument: smartphone app and sustainable mobility, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 15(4), 675-690.
  23. Schwanen, T., 2015. The bumpy road toward low-energy mobility: case studies from two UK cities. Sustainability 7(6), 7086-7111.
  24. Nordbakke, S., Schwanen, T., 2015. Transport, unmet activity needs and wellbeing in later life – exploring the links, Transportation, 42(6), 1129-1151.
  25. Schwanen, T., Atkinson, S.J., 2015. Geographies of wellbeing: an introduction, The Geographical Journal 181(2), 98-101.
  26. Schwanen, T., Lucas, K., Akyelken, N., Solsona, C.D., Carrasco, J.-C., 2015. Rethinking the links between social exclusion and transport disadvantage through the lens of social capital. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 74, 123-135.
  27. De Vos, J., Schwanen, T., Van Acker, V., Witlox, F., 2015. How satisfying is the Scale for Travel Satisfaction?, Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour 29, 121-130.
  28. Götschi, T., Tainio, M., Maizlish, N., Schwanen, T., Goodman, A., Woodcock, J., 2015. Contrasts in active transport behaviour across four countries: How do they translate into public health benefits?, Preventive Medicine 74, 42-48.
  29. Brands, J., Van Aalst, I., Schwanen, T., 2015. Safety, surveillance and policing in the night-time economy: (re)turning to numbers, Geoforum 62, 24-37.
  30. Van Liempt, I., Van Aalst, I., Schwanen, T., 2015. Geographies of the urban night, Urban Studies 52(3), 407-421.
  31. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., 2015. Fear of crime and affective ambiguities in the night-time economy. Urban Studies 52(3), 439-455.
  32. Manderscheid, K., Schwanen, T., Tyfield, D., 2014. Introduction to Special Issue on ‘Mobilities and Foucault’, Mobilities 9(4), 479-492.
  33. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., 2014. Spatiotemporal variations in nightlife consumption: A comparison of students in two Dutch cities, Applied Geography 54, 96-109.
  34. Schwanen, T., Wang, D., 2014. Well-being, context and everyday activities in space and time. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104(4), 833-851.
  35. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., 2014. Experiencing and governing safety in the night-time economy: nurturing the state of being carefreeEmotion, Space and Society 11, 67-78.
  36. Nordbakke S., Schwanen, T., 2014. Wellbeing and mobility: a theoretical framework and literature review focusing on older people. Mobilities 9(1), 104-129.
  37. Schwanen, T., Kwan, M.-P., Ren, F., 2014. The Internet and the gender division of labourThe Geographical Journal 180(1), 52-64.
  38. De Vos, J., Schwanen, T., Van Acker, V., Witlox, F., 2013. Travel and subjective well-being: A focus on findings, methods and future research needs. Transport Reviews 33(4), 421-442.
  39. Ren, F., Kwan, M.-P., Schwanen, T., 2013. Investigating the temporal dynamics of Internet activities using survival analysisTime & Society 22(2), 186-215.
  40. Schwanen, T., Hardill, I., Lucas, S., 2012. Spatialities of ageing: the co-construction and co-evolution of old age and space. Geoforum 43(6), 1291-1295.
  41. Schwanen, T., Banister, D., Bowling, A., 2012. Independence and mobility in later life. Geoforum 43(6), 1313-1322.
  42. Schwanen, T., Kwan, M.-P. Guest editorial: Critical space-time geographies. Environment and Planning A 44(9) 2043-2048.
  43. Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., Brands, J., Timan, T., 2012. Rhythms of the night: spatiotemporal inequalities in the night-time economy. Environment and Planning A 44(9), 2064-2085.
  44. Neutens, T., Delafontaine, M., Schwanen. T., Van de Weghe, N., 2012. The relationship between opening hours and accessibility of public service delivery. Journal of Transport Geography 25, 128-140
  45. Schwanen, T., 2012. Continuity and change in Dutch transport geography. Journal of Transport Geography 25, 167-170.
  46. Banister, D., Schwanen, T., Anable, J., 2012. Introduction to the special section on theoretical perspectives on climate change mitigation in transport. Journal of Transport Geography 24, 467-470.
  47. Schwanen, T., Banister, D., Anable, J., 2012. Rethinking habits and their role in behaviour change: The case of low-carbon mobilityJournal of Transport Geography 24, 522-532.
  48. Ettema, D., Schwanen, T., 2012. A relational approach to analyzing leisure travel. Journal of Transport Geography, 173-181.

Published/Accepted book chapters

  1. Schwanen, T., in press. Transportation systems, in: Castree, N., Hulme, M., Proctor, J. (eds.) The Companion to Environmental Studies. London and New York: Routledge.
  2. Hopkins, D., Schwanen, T., 2018. Governing the race to automation, in: Marsden G, Reardon L (Eds) Governance of the Smart Mobility Revolution. Bingley: Emerald.
  3. Schwanen, T., 2017. Information technology and mobility, in: Richardson, D., et al. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, DOI: 10.1002/9781118786352.wbieg0403. John Wiley and Sons, New York.
  4. Schwanen, T., 2016. Innovations to transform personal mobility, in: Hopkins, D., Higham, J. (eds.) Low Carbon Mobility Transitions, pp. 205-218. Goodfellow Publishers, Oxford.
  5. Schwanen, T., 2015. Understanding process: can transport research come to terms with temporality?, in: Hickman, D., Bonilla, D., Givoni, M., Banister, D. (eds.) International Handbook on Transport and Development, pp. 660-674. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  6. Schwanen, T., 2015. Automobility, in: Wright, J.D. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Second Edition, Volume 2, pp. 303-308. Elsevier, Oxford.
  7. Van Aalst, I., Schwanen, T., Van Liempt, I., 2014. Video-surveillance and the production of space in urban nightlife districts, in: Van den Hoven, J., Doorn, N., Swierstra, T., Koops, B,-J. and Romijn, H. (Eds.) Responsible Innovation Volume 1: Innovative Solutions for Global Issues, pp. 315-334. Dordrecht: Kluwer.
  8. Schwanen, T., 2013. Sociotechnical transitions in the transport system, chapter 14 in: Givoni, M., Banister, D. (eds.), Moving towards Low Carbon Mobility, pp. 231-254. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  9. Givoni, M., Banister, D., Macmillen, J., Schwanen, T., 2013. Thinking change and moving forward, chapter 16 in: Givoni, M., Banister, D. (eds.), Moving towards Low Carbon Mobility, pp. 267-283. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.



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