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Dr David BROADSTOCK
  • Assistant Professor
Deputy Director [Economics], Center for Economic Sustainability and Entrepreneurial Finance
PhD, Economics
The University of Surrey, UK.

david.broadstock@polyu.edu.hk
2776 7060
2356 9550
M849
http://www.davidbroadstock.org
Research Area:
Economics

Consulting, Research and Teaching Interests:
  • Environmental and energy economics
  • International economics and development economics
  • Market efficiency



David is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the School of Accounting and Finance at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where he also serves as Deputy Director [Economic Sustainability] in the department’s Center for Economic Sustainability and Entrepreneurial Research. David’s research interests cover various aspects of the empirical economics of energy and the environment, with a particular emphasis on consumer behavior. David has published in high ranked international journals spanning the fields of energy economics, transportation economics and financial economics including: The Energy Journal, Energy Economics, Energy Policy, The Journal of Cleaner Production, The International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, Transport Research Part A, the Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money and The British Accounting Review.

NOTABLE STUDIES PUBLISHED WITHIN THE LAST 4 YEARS

[15] D. C. Broadstock, and Alan Collins. "Satisfaction with the Political Domain of Local Government in a Contemporary British City." Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie (2016).

[14] D. C. Broadstock, and Alan Collins. "The demand for `active travel': An unobserved components approach." Journal of Transport & Health, 3(3) (2016): 326-335.

[13] D. C. Broadstock, Jiajia Li & Dayong Zhang, (2016) “Efficiency Snakes and Energy Ladders: A (meta-)frontier demand analysis of electricity consumption efficiency in Chinese households.”, Energy Policy, 91, 383-396.

[12] D. C. Broadstock, Ying Fan, Qiang Ji & Dayong Zhang (2016) “Shocks and stocks: A bottom-up assessment of the relationship between oil prices, gasoline prices and the returns of Chinese firms”, The Energy Journal, 37, China Special Issue (2016).

[11] Jin Zhang, & D. C. Broadstock (2016) “The relationship between energy consumption and economic growth for China in a time-varying framework”, The Energy Journal, 37, China Special Issue (2016).

[10] Dayong Zhang, & D. C. Broadstock (2016) “Club Convergence in the Energy Intensity of China”, The Energy Journal, 37(3).

[9] Binbin Peng, Huibin Du, Shoufeng Ma, Ying Fan, & D. C. Broadstock (2015) “Urban passenger transport energy saving and emission reduction potential: A case study for Tianjin, China”, Energy Conversion and Management,102, 4–16.

[8] Hongyang Zou, Huibin Du, D. C. Broadstock, Junpeng Guo, Yuqin Gong. (2015). China’s future energy mix and emissions reduction potential: a scenario analysis incorporating technological learning curves. Journal of  Cleaner Production,112, 1475–1485.

[7] D. C. Broadstock & Filis. G, (2015) “Energy prices, sectoral indices and regulation” Book Chapter (in ‘Energy technology and valuation issues’) Ed. Andre Dorsman, Springer.

[6] D. C. Broadstock & E. Papathanasopoulou, (2015) “Gasoline demand in Greece: the importance of shifts in the underlying energy demand trend”, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 9(4), 310–319.

[5] D. C. Broadstock & Filis. G, (2014) “Oil price and stock market returns: New evidence from the United States and China”, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 33, 417–433.

[4] D. C. Broadstock, (2014) “Oil and China” (2014) Book Chapter (in ‘Energy Security andSustainable Economic Growth in China’) Eds. Yao. S., and Herrerias. M. J., Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 9781137372048.

[3] Dayong Zhang, D. C. Broadstock & H. Cao, (2014) “International oil shocks and household consumption in China”, Energy Policy, 75, 146–156.

[2] D. C. Broadstock & L. C. Hunt, (2013) “Tying up Loose Ends: A Note on the Impact of Omitting MA Residuals from Panel Energy Demand Models based on the Koyck Lag Transformation”, The Empirical Economics Letters, 12(10), 1085–1092.

[1] D. C. Broadstock & X. Chen, “A possible role for discriminatory fuel duty in reducing the emissions from road transport: some UK evidence”, (2013), Applied Economics Letters, 20(6), 540-544.