Shivani Taneja is a Research Fellow in the School of Economics at the University of Nottingham. She has previously worked as a Teaching Associate in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London, as a Research Fellow in the School of Economics at the University of Surrey and as a Research Associate in Environmental Economics at the University of Manchester. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Essex and her thesis focused on topics in labour economics. Her research interests are in labour economics, energy economics, microeconomics and applied econometrics.
I am working with Paul Mizen and Nicholas Bloom on how the Covid-19 pandemic is changing attitudes towards working from home in the United Kingdom. We collected data from a new online survey of 5,000… read more
I am working with Paul Mizen and Nicholas Bloom on how the Covid-19 pandemic is changing attitudes towards working from home in the United Kingdom. We collected data from a new online survey of 5,000 working age employees in January and February 2021. The results indicate that around half of the workers are working from home at present. Furthermore, the anticipated working pattern after the pandemic is that that workers will work two days a week from home. These findings are reported in Working from home is revolutionising the UK labour market
We further collected data in March and April 2021 and examined the future of commuting to work. The results suggest that 61% of working age employees were commuting to work five days a week before the pandemic. However, after Covid-19, workers are likely to prefer to avoid commuting, or travel only two or three days a week. These findings are reported in The future of commuting to work
From the new survey data collected in May 2021, we find evidence that working adults are hesitant to return to the office after the pandemic, and prefer to work two or three days a week from home. Analysing the days of work, most employees prefer not to come in on Monday and Friday if given a choice, and would prefer to work in the office on Wednesday. These findings are reported in Returning to the office will be hard
Determinants of Household Energy Expenditure in the United Kingdom, with Filip Mandys (submitted)
The Impact of Disaggregated Information and Communication Technologies on Industrial Energy Demand, with Filip Mandys (submitted)
The Impacts of Digital Technologies on OECD Energy Demand, with Mona Chitnis and Steven Sorrell
Demand for Differentiated Products in the UK Automobile Market: Evidence from the Discrete-Choice Random-Coefficient Model, with Filip Mandys
Recent Conference Presentations
Estimating the Historical Impacts of Information and Communication Technologies on Industrial Energy Demand, International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) Conference, 8 June 2021, with Mona Chitnis and Steven Sorrell
The Impacts of Digital Technologies on OECD Energy Demand, British Institute of Energy Economics (BIEE) Conference, 14 September 2021, with Mona Chitnis and Steven Sorrell.