Research title: Public transport operators’ technological choices of zero-emission buses: Stakeholders’ perspectives
Zhengyu Li is a doctoral candidate in the field of Management at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.
Zhengyu's research focuses on exploring technological choices from various stakeholder perspectives. Specifically, the study examines the decision-making process of bus service providers in a British city regarding the adoption of cleaner energy in their fleets, with a particular emphasis on the choice between hydrogen and battery electric energy technologies. The research further investigates the influence of different stakeholders on this decision-making process.
Adam Smith Business School PGR Mobility Scholarship, University of Glasgow, 2023
Seed Corn Funding for Fieldwork Research, University of Glasgow, 2022
LI, Z., TANG, Y. K. & BUCK, T. 2023. Public transport operators’ technological choices of zero-emission buses: Stakeholders’ perspectives. British Academy of Management Conference. Brighton, UK.
MGT1023, Principles of Management
MGT4003, Global Business
MGT5317, International Management
BAM conference Best Development Paper Award (2023) in Strategy Track, ‘Public transport operators’ technological choices of zero-emission buses: Stakeholders’ perspectives’, UK, together with Dr Yee Kwan Tang and Professor Trevor Buck
Visiting Student, The University of Sydney, 2023