Simona is a first year DPhil student at the Transport Studies Unit, where she began after completing her MPhil in Environmental Change and Management at Oxford. Her MPhil focused on the health and environmental benefits of active transport in Finland, and used economic modelling to explore optimal pricing strategies to realise these benefits. Her DPhil will expand on this research by looking at empirical evidence from the EU PASTA survey and in Central Europe. Simona also holds a BA in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge.
Degree completed in 2021.
An exploration of impacts and attitudes towards active transport modes of walking and cycling and how to change them.
- Supervisors: Dr Christian Brand; Dr Linus Mattauch;
- Member: Climate Systems research cluster; Economy and Society: Transformations and Justice research cluster; Environmental Interactions research cluster; Technological Life: Environments, Bodies, Mobilities research cluster;
- Sulikova, S. and Brand, C. (2022) Do information-based measures affect active travel, and if so, for whom, when and under what circumstances? Evidence from a longitudinal case-control study. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 160: 219-234.
- Sulikova, S.and Brand, C. (2021) Investigating what makes people walk or cycle using a socio-ecological approach in seven European cities. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 83: 351-381.