Dr Matthew Lockwood
Senior Research Fellow, Energy Policy Group

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Key publications



Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2017). Historical institutionalism and the politics of sustainable energy transitions: a research agenda. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 35, 312-333. Full text. DOI.
Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R, Kuzemko C (2017). The governance of industry rules and energy system innovation: the case of codes in Great Britain. Utilities Policy, 47, 41-49. Full text. DOI.
Lockwood M (2016). Creating protective space for innovation in electricity distribution networks in Great Britain: the politics of institutional change. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 18, 111-127. DOI.
Lockwood M (2016). The UK's Levy Control Framework for renewable electricity support: Effects and significance. Energy Policy, 97, 193-201. DOI.
Lockwood M (2013). The political sustainability of climate policy: the case of the UK Climate Change Act. Global Environmental Change, 23(5), 1339-1348. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lockwood M (2011). Does the framing of climate policies make a difference to public support? Evidence from marginal constituencies in the UK. Climate Policy, 11(4), 1097-1112. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Lockwood M (2018). Right-wing populism and the climate change agenda: exploring the linkages. Environmental Politics, 27(4), 712-732. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Roberts C, Geels FW, Lockwood M, Newell P, Schmitz H, Turnheim B, Jordan A (2018). The politics of accelerating low-carbon transitions: Towards a new research agenda. Energy Research and Social Science, 44, 304-311. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2017). Historical institutionalism and the politics of sustainable energy transitions: a research agenda. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 35, 312-333. Full text. DOI.
Dutton J, Lockwood M (2017). Ideas, institutions and interests in the politics of cross-border electricity interconnection: Greenlink, Britain and Ireland. Energy Policy, 105, 375-385. Abstract. DOI.
Kuzemko C, Mitchell C, Lockwood M, Hoggett R (2017). Policies, politics and demand side innovations: the untold story of Germany's energy transition. Energy Research and Social Science, 28, 58-67. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R, Kuzemko C (2017). The governance of industry rules and energy system innovation: the case of codes in Great Britain. Utilities Policy, 47, 41-49. Full text. DOI.
Lockwood M, Froggatt A, Wright G, Dutton J (2017). The implications of Brexit for the electricity sector in Great Britain: Trade-offs between market integration and policy influence. Energy Policy, 110, 137-143. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M (2016). Creating protective space for innovation in electricity distribution networks in Great Britain: the politics of institutional change. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 18, 111-127. DOI.
Kuzemko C, Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2016). Governing for sustainable energy system change: Politics, contexts and contingency. Energy Research & Social Science, 12, 96-105. DOI.
Lockwood M (2016). The UK's Levy Control Framework for renewable electricity support: Effects and significance. Energy Policy, 97, 193-201. DOI.
Lockwood M (2015). Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, Rent Management and Political Fragmentation in Developing Countries. New Political Economy, 20(4), 475-494. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M (2015). Stern 2.0? the report of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate. Political Quarterly, 86(1), 146-151.
Lockwood M (2014). Environmental politics in a cold climate. Juncture, 21(1), 89-96. Author URL.
Lockwood M (2013). Paying for climate policy: the case for long-term public borrowing. Juncture Author URL.
Lockwood M (2013). The political sustainability of climate policy: the case of the UK Climate Change Act. Global Environmental Change, 23(5), 1339-1348. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lockwood M (2013). What can climate adaptation policy in sub-Saharan Africa learn from research on governance and politics?. Development Policy Review, 31(6), 647-676. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M (2011). Does the framing of climate policies make a difference to public support? Evidence from marginal constituencies in the UK. Climate Policy, 11(4), 1097-1112. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lockwood M (2010). A tale of two Milibands: from environmental citizenship to a politics of the common good. Political Quarterly, 81(4), 545-553. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lockwood M (2010). The economics of personal carbon trading: a review. Climate Policy, 10(4), 447-461. DOI.
Lockwood M, Pendleton A (2009). Escaping climate policy Groundhog Day. Public Policy Review, 159-167.
Lockwood M (2005). Will a Marshall Plan for Africa make poverty history?. Journal of International Development, 17(6), 775-789. DOI.
Whitehead A, Lockwood M (1999). Gendering poverty: a review of six World Bank African poverty assessments. Development and Change, 30(3), 525-555. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M (1997). Reproduction and poverty in sub-Saharan Africa. IDS Bulletin, 28(3), 91-100. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M (1995). Development policy and the African demographic transition: Issues and questions. Journal of International Development, 7(1), 1-23. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M (1995). Structure and behavior in the social demography of Africa. Population & Development Review, 21(1), 1-32. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M (1992). Engendering adjustment or adjusting gender? Some new approaches to women and development in Africa. IDS Discussion Paper, 315 Abstract.
Lockwood M (1991). Food Security and Environmental Degradation in Northern Nigeria: Demographic Perspectives. IDS Bulletin, 22(3), 12-21. DOI.

Chapters

Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2019). Energy governance in the UK. In Knodt M, Kemmerzell J (Eds.) The Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer VS. Abstract.
Lockwood M (2015). The political dynamics of green transformations: Feedback effects and institutional context. In Leach M, Newell P, Scoones I (Eds.) The Politics of Green Transformations, Routledge. Author URL.
Lockwood M (2013). The political economy of low carbon development. In Urban F, Nordensvard J (Eds.) Low Carbon Development: Key Issues, Earthscan.
Lockwood M (2008). New coal build and the EU emissions trading scheme. In  (Ed) A Last Chance for Coal: Making Carbon Capture and Storage a Reality, London: Green Alliance.

Conferences

Lockwood M, Mitchell CHC, Hoggett RD, Kuzemko C (2016). Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes. BIEE 2016, Innovation and Disruption – the energy sector in transition. Oxford. 21st - 22nd Sep 2016. Abstract.  Full text.

Reports

Froggatt A, Wright G, Lockwood M (2017). Staying Connected: Key elements for UK-EU27 energy cooperation after Brexit., Chatham House/University of Exeter/UKERC. Author URL.
Lockwood M, Ekins P (2011). Tackling fuel poverty during the transition to a low carbon economy., Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M, Lent A (2010). Creative Destruction: Placing innovation at the heart of progressive economics. London, Institute for Public Policy Research.
Lockwood M (2008). After the coal rush: Assessing policy options for coal-fired power generation. London, Institute for Public Policy Research.
Lockwood M, Bird J (2007). 2050 Vision: How the UK can play its part in avoiding dangerous climate change?. London, Institute for Public Policy Research.

Publications by year



2019

Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2019). Energy governance in the UK. In Knodt M, Kemmerzell J (Eds.) The Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer VS. Abstract.

2018

Lockwood M (2018). Right-wing populism and the climate change agenda: exploring the linkages. Environmental Politics, 27(4), 712-732. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Roberts C, Geels FW, Lockwood M, Newell P, Schmitz H, Turnheim B, Jordan A (2018). The politics of accelerating low-carbon transitions: Towards a new research agenda. Energy Research and Social Science, 44, 304-311. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2017

Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2017). Historical institutionalism and the politics of sustainable energy transitions: a research agenda. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 35, 312-333. Full text. DOI.
Dutton J, Lockwood M (2017). Ideas, institutions and interests in the politics of cross-border electricity interconnection: Greenlink, Britain and Ireland. Energy Policy, 105, 375-385. Abstract. DOI.
Kuzemko C, Mitchell C, Lockwood M, Hoggett R (2017). Policies, politics and demand side innovations: the untold story of Germany's energy transition. Energy Research and Social Science, 28, 58-67. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Froggatt A, Wright G, Lockwood M (2017). Staying Connected: Key elements for UK-EU27 energy cooperation after Brexit., Chatham House/University of Exeter/UKERC. Author URL.
Lockwood M (2017). The development of the Capacity Market for electricity in Great Britain - EPG Working Paper 1702.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R, Kuzemko C (2017). The governance of industry rules and energy system innovation: the case of codes in Great Britain. Utilities Policy, 47, 41-49. Full text. DOI.
Lockwood M, Froggatt A, Wright G, Dutton J (2017). The implications of Brexit for the electricity sector in Great Britain: Trade-offs between market integration and policy influence. Energy Policy, 110, 137-143. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Lockwood M (2016). Creating protective space for innovation in electricity distribution networks in Great Britain: the politics of institutional change. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 18, 111-127. DOI.
Kuzemko C, Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2016). Governing for sustainable energy system change: Politics, contexts and contingency. Energy Research & Social Science, 12, 96-105. DOI.
Lockwood M, Mitchell CHC, Hoggett RD, Kuzemko C (2016). Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes. BIEE 2016, Innovation and Disruption – the energy sector in transition. Oxford. 21st - 22nd Sep 2016. Abstract.  Full text.
Lockwood M (2016). The UK's Levy Control Framework for renewable electricity support: Effects and significance. Energy Policy, 97, 193-201. DOI.
Eyre N, Lockwood M (2016). The governance of retail energy market services in the UK: a framework for the future - UKERC Working Paper.  Author URL.

2015

Lockwood M (2015). Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, Rent Management and Political Fragmentation in Developing Countries. New Political Economy, 20(4), 475-494. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Kuzemko C, Hoggett R (2015). Innovation and energy industry codes in Great Britain - EPG Working Paper: 1508.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M (2015). Stern 2.0? the report of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate. Political Quarterly, 86(1), 146-151.
Lockwood M (2015). The Danish system of electricity policy-making and regulation - EPG Working Paper 1504.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M (2015). The political dynamics of green transformations: Feedback effects and institutional context. In Leach M, Newell P, Scoones I (Eds.) The Politics of Green Transformations, Routledge. Author URL.

2014

Lockwood M (2014). Energy networks and distributed energy resources in Great Britain - EPG Working Paper 1406.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M (2014). Environmental politics in a cold climate. Juncture, 21(1), 89-96. Author URL.
Lockwood M (2014). The political dynamics of green transformations: the roles of policy feedback and institutional context - EPG Working Paper 1403.  Abstract.  Author URL.

2013

Lockwood M (2013). Governance, innovation and the transition to a sustainable energy system: Perspectives from economic theory - EPG Working Paper 1305.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M (2013). Paying for climate policy: the case for long-term public borrowing. Juncture Author URL.
Lockwood M (2013). The political economy of low carbon development. In Urban F, Nordensvard J (Eds.) Low Carbon Development: Key Issues, Earthscan.
Lockwood M (2013). The political sustainability of climate policy: the case of the UK Climate Change Act. Global Environmental Change, 23(5), 1339-1348. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lockwood M (2013). The political sustainability of the 2008 Climate Change Act - EPG Working Paper 1302.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Mitchell CHC, Hoggett R (2013). Theorising governance and innovation in sustainable energy transitions.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lockwood M (2013). What can climate adaptation policy in sub-Saharan Africa learn from research on governance and politics?. Development Policy Review, 31(6), 647-676. Abstract.  Author URL.

2012

Green D, Hale S, Lockwood M (2012). How can a post-2015 agreement drive real change? the political economy of global commitments, Oxfam Discussion Paper.  Author URL.

2011

Lockwood M (2011). Does the framing of climate policies make a difference to public support? Evidence from marginal constituencies in the UK. Climate Policy, 11(4), 1097-1112. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lockwood M, Ekins P (2011). Tackling fuel poverty during the transition to a low carbon economy., Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Abstract.  Author URL.

2010

Lockwood M (2010). A tale of two Milibands: from environmental citizenship to a politics of the common good. Political Quarterly, 81(4), 545-553. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lockwood M, Lent A (2010). Creative Destruction: Placing innovation at the heart of progressive economics. London, Institute for Public Policy Research.
Lockwood M (2010). The economics of personal carbon trading: a review. Climate Policy, 10(4), 447-461. DOI.

2009

Lockwood M, Pendleton A (2009). Escaping climate policy Groundhog Day. Public Policy Review, 159-167.

2008

Lockwood M (2008). After the coal rush: Assessing policy options for coal-fired power generation. London, Institute for Public Policy Research.
Lockwood M (2008). New coal build and the EU emissions trading scheme. In  (Ed) A Last Chance for Coal: Making Carbon Capture and Storage a Reality, London: Green Alliance.

2007

Lockwood M, Bird J (2007). 2050 Vision: How the UK can play its part in avoiding dangerous climate change?. London, Institute for Public Policy Research.

2005

Lockwood M (2005). Will a Marshall Plan for Africa make poverty history?. Journal of International Development, 17(6), 775-789. DOI.

1999

Whitehead A, Lockwood M (1999). Gendering poverty: a review of six World Bank African poverty assessments. Development and Change, 30(3), 525-555. Abstract. DOI.

1997

Lockwood M (1997). Reproduction and poverty in sub-Saharan Africa. IDS Bulletin, 28(3), 91-100. Abstract. DOI.

1995

Lockwood M (1995). Development policy and the African demographic transition: Issues and questions. Journal of International Development, 7(1), 1-23. Abstract. DOI.
Lockwood M (1995). Structure and behavior in the social demography of Africa. Population & Development Review, 21(1), 1-32. Abstract. DOI.

1992

Lockwood M (1992). Engendering adjustment or adjusting gender? Some new approaches to women and development in Africa. IDS Discussion Paper, 315 Abstract.

1991

Lockwood M (1991). Food Security and Environmental Degradation in Northern Nigeria: Demographic Perspectives. IDS Bulletin, 22(3), 12-21. DOI.