University of Oxford
Yekatherina is a Research Associate in Energy Demand Reduction Policy, she joined the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford in 2021 to undertake research in projects under the overall theme of ‘Demand/ supply policy asymmetry’, which forms part of the ‘Policy and governance’ theme led by Dr Tina Fawcett.
Yekatherina holds a PhD in Social Science and System Dynamics from University College London (2020), which focused on the demand side of the sustainable energy transition in the UK owner-occupied housing stock. Upon completion of her PhD, Yekatherina was awarded a 1-year ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, with which she extended on her PhD work and built networks to develop impact opportunities.
Yekatherina’s long-term research interests include: (i) socio-technical systems research; (ii) sustainable energy transitions; (iii) social science research on energy demand issues; (iv) politics of energy and climate change; (v) system dynamics.
- Energy supply/demand policy asymmetry: A meta-narrative review for a systems explanation
- New times, new policies? Policies to change energy use in the context of zero carbon
- The role of energy demand in policymaking for a just transition to net zero: a comparative survey in the UK, the Netherlands and Germany
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