Hilary Boudet is an Associate Professor and Associate Director of Graduate Programs at the School of Public Policy at Oregon State University. She teaches courses on energy and society, social movements, policy theory and research methods. Her research interests include environmental and energy policy, natural resource sociology, social movements, and public participation in energy and environmental decision-making.
Wickizer, B., D. Brandt, B. Robertson and H. S. Boudet (2023). Marine Renewable Energy: Policy, People, and Prospects in Ocean and Society: An Introduction to Marine Studies. A. K. Spalding and Suman, D. O. (Editors). Routledge – Environment and Sustainability Division. [Online Article]
Boudet, H. S., L. Giordono, M. U. A. Siddiqi, G. Stelmach, C. Zanocco, and J. Flora (2023). “Wildfires, Behaviors, and Policy Support.” Ed. E. Fleishman. Sixth Oregon Climate Assessment. Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5399/osu/1161. [Online Article]
Zanocco, C., T. Sun, G. Stelmach, J. Flora, R. Rajagopal and H. S. Boudet (2022). Assessing Californians’ awareness of their daily electricity use patterns. Nature Energy 7: 1191–1199. [Online Article]
Sovacool, BK, J Axsen, LL Delina, HS Boudet, V Rai, R Sidortsov, SA Churchill, KEH Jenkins, and R Galvin (2022). “Towards codes of practice for navigating the academic peer review process.” Energy Research & Social Science 89, 102675: 1-17. [Online Article]
Boudet, H. S., L. Giordono, M. U. A. Siddiqi, G. Stelmach, C. Zanocco and J. Flora (2022). How the 2020 wildfires shaped Oregonians' behavior and policy support. The Climate CIRCulator. [Online Article]