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Nelson, R.J. (author), Warnier, Martijn (author), Verma, T. (author)
Changes in policy over the last thirty years, particularly within advanced economies, have allowed for increased financialization, deregulation and globalisation of housing. What differentiates real-estate from other financial markets is that it possesses a salient socio-spatial geography. Housing inequalities are often framed as an outcome...
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Liezenga, A. M. (author), Verma, T. (author), Mayaud, J. R. (author), Aydin, N.Y. (author), van Wee, G.P. (author)
As cities grow, the benefits of living in them are increasingly unequally distributed. USA cities, in particular, have experienced rapid suburbanization of poverty and decreased levels of access to jobs for transit-dependent and vulnerable communities. The public transit challenges in suburbs call for innovative forms of transit to turn the...
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Meenakshi Sundaram, A. (author), Goncalves, J. E. (author), Ghorbani, Amineh (author), Verma, T. (author)
Governments often use price-based policies such as tax-subsidies and rebates to encourage households to shift to renewable energy sources like rooftop solar photovoltaics (PV). These policies, however, have primarily benefited high-income homeowners, leaving others behind. This paper proposes leveraging social networks’ influence on attitudes...
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Kraaijvanger, C.W. (author), Verma, T. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Goncalves, J. E. (author)
Over the last decade, solar energy has proven to be a key technology in transitioning to a sustainable energy system. However, current solar energy policies favour affluent households, limiting the participation of disadvantaged households in the energy transition. This leaves disadvantaged households even more vulnerable to increasing energy...
journal article 2023
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Nawaz, Mobeen (author), Verma, T. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Goncalves, J. E. (author)
Energy poverty is a pressing issue in the Netherlands, with the number of households struggling to cover their energy bills doubling to nearly one million in recent years. Current policies and subsidies have failed to address the needs of underprivileged social groups, leaving them vulnerable and unable to access support for dwelling renovations...
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Kolkowski, L. (author), Cats, O. (author), Dixit, M. (author), Verma, T. (author), Jenelius, Erik (author), Cebecauer, Matej (author), Rubensson, Isak Jarlebring (author)
While social segregation is often assessed using static data concerning residential areas, the extent to which people with diverse background travel to the same destinations may offer an additional perspective on the extent of urban segregation. This study further contributes to the measurement of activity-based social segregation between...
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Kraaijvanger, C.W. (author), Verma, T. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Goncalves, J. E. (author)
With technological advances and decreasing prices, solar energy is a key technology in the urban energy transition. However, the focus on increasing the overall installed capacity has overshadowed energy justice considerations, leading to inequalities in solar energy adoption. This paper adopts an equity perspective to analyse the transition...
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Reggiani, G. (author), Verma, T. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Bicycle networks are made up of different types of infrastructure for cars, bikes and mixed use, which has resulted in various definitions being used to describe them. However, it’s crucial to bring these definitions together to understand the structural differences among them and the impact of choices and investments in bike infrastructure....
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Nawaz, M.F. (author), Goncalves, J. E. (author), Verma, T. (author), Hoppe, T. (author), Doorn, N. (author)
Driven by climate change and energy crises, an increasing number of households in the European Union are becoming vulnerable to energy poverty. However, current renovation programs fall short in effectively targeting and addressing the needs of vulnerable groups, particularly in underprivileged neighborhoods where low effectiveness rates and...
abstract 2023
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author), Balz, Verena Elisabeth (author), Qu, L. (author), Verma, T. (author), Jungsberg, Leneisja (author), Ferry, Martin (author), Georgieva, Neli D (author), Serdült, Uwe (author), Mendez, Fernando (author)
This report (Deliverable 1.2) provides the DUST research project with a methodological<br/>framework. It builds on the earlier methodology developed during preparation of the project<br/>proposal, updating, expanding, and refining it in line with the development of the DUST<br/>theoretical and framework (Deliverable 1.1) and the early insights...
report 2023
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Nelson, R.J. (author), Warnier, Martijn (author), Verma, T. (author)
The United Nations World Social Report (2020) reveals that more than two thirds of the world's population live in countries where urban inequalities have increased in the last three decades. While urban inequalities are traditionally characterized as an economic issue, scholars are increasingly applying methods from geospatial analysis to study...
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Kraaijvanger, C.W. (author), Goncalves, J. E. (author), Verma, T. (author)
Recent growth in residential solar PV systems in cities has largely contributed to decarbonizing our energy systems. However, the costs and benefits of this transition are not always equitably distributed. Socioeconomic variability has left disadvantaged social groups unable to access the benefits provided by solar PV systems and the stimulative...
conference paper 2023
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Herzog, Rico H. (author), Goncalves, J. E. (author), Slingerland, G. (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Prang, Holger (author), Brazier, F.M. (author), Verma, T. (author)
Identifying the diverse and often competing values of citizens, and resolving the consequent public value conflicts, are of significant importance for inclusive and integrated urban development. Scholars have highlighted that relational, value-laden urban space gives rise to many diverse conflicts that vary both spatially and temporally....
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Badhrudeen, Mohamed (author), Derrible, Sybil (author), Verma, T. (author), Kermanshah, Amirhassan (author), Furno, Angelo (author)
This article presents a method to uncover universal patterns and similarities in the urban road networks of the 80 most populated cities in the world. To that end, we used degree distribution, link length distribution, and intersection angle distribution as topological and geometric properties of road networks. Moreover, we used ISOMAP, a...
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Patel, R.G. (author), Marvuglia, Antonino (author), Baustert, Paul (author), Huang, Yilin (author), Shivakumar, Abhishek (author), Nikolic, I. (author), Verma, T. (author)
Cities consume almost 80 percent of world’s energy and account for 60 percent of all the emissions of carbon dioxide and significant amounts of other greenhouse gases (GHG). The ongoing rapid urbanization will further increase GHG emissions of cities. The quantification of the environmental impact generated in cities is an important step to curb...
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Nicoletti, L.A. (author), Sirenko, M. (author), Verma, T. (author)
Disparity in spatial accessibility is strongly associated with growing inequalities among urban communities. Since improving levels of accessibility for certain communities can provide them with upward social mobility and address social exclusion and inequalities in cities, it is important to understand the nature and distribution of spatial...
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Wang, Z. (author), Pel, A.J. (author), Verma, T. (author), Krishnakumari, P.K. (author), van Brakel, Peter (author), van Oort, N. (author)
Predictions on public transport ridership are beneficial as they allow for sufficient and cost-efficient deployment of vehicles. At an operational level, this relates to short-term predictions with lead times of less than an hour. Where conventional data sources on ridership, such as Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) data, may have longer lag...
conference paper 2022
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Goncalves, J. E. (author), Verma, T. (author), Arab, R. (author)
In urban areas, climate change effects are often associated with increasing risks of flood, heat waves, and sagging. Increasing climate risks exacerbate existing urban inequalities, poverty levels, and environmental degradation. Global urban policy is reacting to these urban issues by calling for making cities more inclusive, safe, resilient,...
conference paper 2022
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Wang, Z. (author), Pel, A.J. (author), Verma, T. (author), Krishnakumari, P.K. (author), van Brakel, Peter (author), van Oort, N. (author)
Predictions on Public Transport (PT) ridership are beneficial as they allow for sufficient and cost-efficient deployment of vehicles. On an operational level, this relates to short-term predictions with lead times of less than an hour. Where conventional data sources on ridership, such as Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) data, may have longer...
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Ebrahimi Fard, A. (author), Verma, T. (author)
The power of rumour spreading in the age of online social media is intimidating. It can incite to insurrection, denigrate people, and damage financial markets, proving catastrophic for society. Despite widespread scholarly research and practice of developing a constellation of counter-rumour strategies, the massive waves of rumours are still...
book chapter 2022
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