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Publications and conferences

Publications:

  • Jasiński D. Meredith J. & Kirwan K. (2017) The Life Cycle Impact for Platinum Group Metals and Lithium to 2070 via Surplus Cost Potetnial. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, pp. 1-14 [Link to article]  
  • Jasiński D. Meredith J. & Kirwan K. (2016). A Comprehensive Framework for Automotive Sustainability Assessment. Journal of Cleaner Production, volume 135, pp. 1034-1044 [Link to article](PDF Document)
  • Jasiński D. Meredith J. & Kirwan K. (2015). A Comprehensive Review of Full Cost Accounting Methods and their Applicability to the Automotive Industry. Journal of Cleaner Production, volume 108 Part A, pp. 1123-1139 [Link to article](PDF Document)
  • Jasiński D. Meredith J. & Kirwan K. (2015). Full Cost Accounting in the Automotive Industry: A Systematic Review and Methodology Proposal. In: Sustainable Automotive Technologies: Proceedings of the 6th ICSAT, 29th September – 1st October 2014 Gothenburg, Sweden, pp. 127-136, Springer International Publishing [Link to article](PDF Document)

Conferences:

  • 2nd WMG Doctoral Research and Innovation Conference, 30th June - 1st July, 2015, WMG, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
    • Talk title: A Sustainable Business Model for Jaguar Land Rover: a literature review and methodological approach
  • 6th International Conference on Sustainable Automotive Technologies, 29th September – 1st October 2014, Gothenburg, Sweden
    • Talk title: Full Cost Accounting in the Automotive Industry: a Systematic Review and Methodology Proposal
  • 1st WMG Doctoral Research and Innovation Conference, 10 -11th July 2014, WMG, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
    • Poster title: Full Cost Accounting in the Automotive Industry: A Review and Methodology Proposal
    • Co-organiser of the conference responsible for catering, logistics and social event
  • 9th Spanish Conference on Social and Environmental Accounting Research, 22-23rd January 2014, Burgos, Spain
    • Talk title: A Sustainable Business Model for Jaguar Land Rover: a literature review and methodology proposal