I have published extensively on ICTs, climate change, sustainability and behaviour change. Selected publications are listed below – more are shown on my LinkedIn profile.
Young, S. (2017) ‘Behavioural Economics.’ Chapter 6 in ‘Rethinking Economics: An Introduction to Pluralism.’ Edited by Catriona Watson, David Uwakwe, J Christopher Proctor and Zach Ward Perkins. London: Routledge The Re-Thinking Economics Reader.
Young, S. (2015) Our Goal is to Make Brighton and Hove a Walkable City. Brighton & Hove Independent, 15 January 2015.
Young, S. and Caisey, V. (2015) Behavioral Economics and Social Marketing: Points of Contact? Chapter 4 in Volume II of David Stewart, (Ed) Handbook of Persuasion and Social Marketing. NY: Praeger.
Young, S. (2014) Streets Ahead: Hove in 2030. Hove Civic Society Newsletter, September 2014
Young, S. (2013) Unchain the Motorist: Where Are the Facts? Brighton and Hove Independent, December 2013.
Young, S (2013) The Behavioural Economics of Owning a Car. eg magazine. Volume 18, Issue 5, March-April 2013. ISSN 2042-1990.
Young, S., Caisey, V., Ospina, A. V., Bueti, C. (2012) Information And Communications Technologies (ICTs) and climate change adaptation and mitigation: The case of Ghana. Geneva: United Nations International Telecommunication Union. September 2012.
Young, S. (2011) Climate Change, ICTs and Regulation. Chapter 7 in Trends in Telecommunications Reform: Enabling Tomorrow’s Digital World, 2010/2011. Geneva: United Nations International Telecommunication Union. March 2011.
Young, S. (2010) ICTs, Climate Change and the Role for Regulation. United Nations International Telecommunication Union 10th Global Symposium For Regulators (GSR) Discussion Paper. Dakar, Senegal. November 2010.
Young. S., and Caisey. V (2010) Mind Shift, Mode Shift. A Lifestyle Approach To Reducing Car Dependency, using Behavioural Economics and Social Marketing. Perspectives in Public Health, the Journal of the Royal Society for Public Health. Volume 130 Issue 3, May 2010. First published online 11 February 2010 as doi:10.1177/1757913909354151