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Andreas Schäfer

Centers & Institutes:
University College London

Area of Work:
Transportation

Current Research:

  • » Andreas Schäfer joined the PEEC in September 2010, while on sabbatical from the University of Cambridge, UK. He is a Professor of Energy and Transport at the UCL Energy Institute, University College London. Dr. Schäfer holds a MSc in Aero-and Astronautical Engineering and a PhD in Energy Economics, both from the University of Stuttgart, Germany. Prior to his tenure at UCL, he held appointments at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of Cambridge. His interests include energy and transportation systems analysis. He is lead-author of "Transportation in a Climate-Constrained World", MIT Press (June 2009).  

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Andreas Schäfer's Publications

Gucwa, M., & Schäfer, A., 2013. The impact of scale on energy intensity in freight transportation. Transportation Research Part D, 23:41-49.

Evans, A., Schäfer A., 2013. The Rebound Effect in the Aviation Sector. Energy Economics, 36:158-165.

Dray L.M., Schäfer A., Ben-Akiva M.E., 2012. Technology Limits for Reducing EU Transport Sector CO2 Emissions. Environmental Science & Technology, 46(9): 4734–4741. doi: 10.1021/es204301z

Andreas Schafer Book ImageTransportation in a Climate-Constrained World
Andreas Schäfer, John B. Heywood, Henry D. Jacoby and Ian A. Waitz
Cloth / June 2009
A discussion of the opportunities and challenges involved in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from passenger travel.

Schäfer A., Jacoby H.D., Heywood J.B., Waitz I.A., 2009. “The Other Climate Threat: Transportation”, American Scientist, November-December, pp. 476–483. 

Schäfer A., Heywood J.B., Jacoby H.D., Waitz I.A., 2009. Transportation in a Climate-Constrained World, MIT Press. 

Schäfer A., 2006, “Long-Term Trends in Global Passenger Mobility”, The Bridge, The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., Vol. 36, pp. 24-32.

Schäfer A., Heywood J.B., Weiss M.A., 2006, “Future Fuel Cell and Internal Combustion Engine Automobile Technologies: A 25 Year Life-Cycle and Fleet Impact Assessment”, Energy—The International Journal, 31(12): 1728-1751.

Schäfer A., Jacoby H.D., 2006, “Vehicle Technology Dynamics under CO2-Constraint: A General Equilibrium Analysis”, Energy Policy, 34(9): 975-985.

Schäfer A., Jacoby H.D., 2005, “Technology Detail in a Multi-Sector CGE Model: Transport under Climate Policy”, Energy Economics, 27(1): 1-24. 

Schäfer A., 2005, “Structural Change in Energy Use”, Energy Policy, 33(4): 429-437. 

Jamin S., Schäfer A., Ben-Akiva M.E., Waitz I.A., 2004, “Aviation Emissions and Abatement Policies in the United States: A City Pair Analysis”, Transportation Research D, 9(4): 294-314.

Greene D.L., Schäfer A., 2003. Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from U.S. Transportation, Prepared for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, May 2003, Arlington, VA.

Lee J.J., Lukachko S.P., Waitz I.A., Schäfer A., 2001, “Historical and Future Trends in Aircraft Performance, Cost, and Emissions”, Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 2001, 26: 167-200.

Schäfer A., 2000, “Regularities in Travel Demand: An International Perspective”, invited paper in: Journal of Transportation and Statistics, Vol. 3(3): 1-32.

Schäfer A., Victor D.G., 2000, “The Future Mobility of the World Population”, Transportation Research A, 34(3): 171-205.  Also published in: L.Lundqvist, K.Button, P.Nijkamp, 2003, The Automobile - Classics in Transport Analysis 7, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Weiss M.A., Heywood J.B., Drake E.M., Schäfer A., AuYeung F., 2000. On the Road in 2020: A Well-to-Wheels Assessment on new Passenger Car Technologies, MIT Energy Laboratory, October 2000.

Schäfer A., Victor D.G., 1999, “Global Passenger Travel: Implications for CO2-Emissions”, Energy—The International Journal 24(8): 657-679. 

Schäfer A., 1998, “The Global Demand for Motorized Mobility”, Transportation Research A, 32(6): 455-477.

Schäfer A., Victor D.G., 1997. “The Past and Future of Global Mobility”, Scientific American, October 1997, pp. 56–59.