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Artigo em revista científica
Tyfield, D. & Zuev, D. (2018). Stasis, dynamism and emergence of the e-mobility system in China: a power relational perspective. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 126, 259-270
Zuev, D. & Krase, J. (2017). Visual sociology. Sociopedia.isa.
Capítulo de livro
Zuev, D. & Tyfield, D. (2016). Low Carbon Mobility Transitions in China. In Higham, J. and Hopkins D. (Ed.), Handbook of Low Carbon Mobility Transitions. (pp. 247-255). Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers.
Zuev, D. (2016). Visual Methods in Event Studies. In T. Pernecky (Ed.), Approaches and Methods in Event Studies. (pp. 96-119). New York: Routledge.
Zuev, D. (2015). Internet and Consumption. In Daniel Thomas Cook, J. Michael Ryan (Ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. London: Wiley-Blackwell.
Comunicação em evento científico
Zuev, D. (2016). The "Bads" and "Goods" of E-Bike Mobility Development in China. 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology.
Zuev, D. (2016). Development of Urban Mobility Innovation in China: the Case of E- Bike. 15th Annual STS Conference, Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies.
Zuev, D. (2016). Electric bikes and energy demand in China. Annual DEMAND centre conference.
Zuev, D. & Tyfield, D. (2016). Beauty... and/or the Beast: Domesticating the Electric Two- Wheeler . Low-Carbon China: Emerging Phenomena and New Questions for Innovation Governance.
Zuev, D. (2015). Political and Social Implications of Disruptive Innovation in China: the case of E-Mobility. Annual Conference of Association of American Geographers.