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- New book the first handbook to provide a global policy perspective on energy
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Tag Archives: Global energy governance
The Journal of Common Market Studies recently published a review of Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia, which I co-published with Palgrave’s IPE series. The review stresses that “The book makes an important contribution to the existing and … Continue reading
My newly released handbook addresses global energy challenges across the dimensions of markets, development, sustainability, and security. Published with Wiley Blackwell, the volume is the first handbook to provide a global policy perspective on energy. Read more.
For the May 2012 issue of the journal Global Policy, a special section on global energy analyzes key challenges – poverty, sustainability, efficiency and security – and sketches out implications for global policy agendas. Read more.
A newly released book addresses key issues in Eurasian energy governance. Published with Palgrave Macmillan, the volume seeks to analyze contemporary transition processes in the region’s energy sector. Read 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.
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.
This article lays out the main challenges that need to be addressed during the looming energy transition process. Read more.