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- When Energy Innovation Stalls
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- New book the first handbook to provide a global policy perspective on energy
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Monthly Archives: February 2012
My recent study on The Impact of Shale Gas on European Energy Security argues that the current ‘shale gas revolution’ comes with a number of risks requiring policy solutions, including investment uncertainty, cartelization of gas markets and price volatility. Learn … Continue reading
My OpEd article in European Voice titled The Costs to the West – And the Rest argues that the fallout of conflict with Iran, a major oil producer, would almost exclusively punish the developing world, not economically advanced nations. Learn … Continue reading
A new GPPi/ Brookings report titled Addressing Carbon Emissions and Oil Price Volatility assesses transatlantic commonalities and dividing lines in two key energy issue areas: mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and governing the global oil market. Learn more.
My recent piece in International Studies Perspectives proposes market failure as an analytical justification of and as an intellectual foundation for further research in global energy governance, and sketches possible research agendas in that field. Learn more.
Collective action problems and the rise of new producers limit OPEC’s ability to control the oil market
A new piece I co-authored for a special edition of Global Policy assesses OPEC’s historic performance in global energy. It alsodiscusses key trends that are likely to determine OPEC’s effectiveness in the years ahead, particularly climate change policies. Learn more.
My recent contribution for the Routledge Handbook of Oil Politics (2011, ed. Robert Looney pp. 348-360) titles Challenges in Global Oil Governance. The piece argues that challenges in oil governance relate to a significant shift in global demand trends in oil … Continue reading
A new co-authored article titled The uniqueness of the energy security, justice, and governance problem, published in Energy Policy, argues that energy stands out on four dimensions: vertical complexity, horizontal complexity, higher entailed costs, and stronger path dependency. Learn more.