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Integrating techno-economic, socio-technical and political perspectives on national energy transitions: A meta-theoretical framework
Economic development, technological innovation, and policy change are especially prominent factors shaping energy transitions. Therefore explaining energy transitions requires combining insights from… Expand
Innovation in the energy sector – The role of fossil fuels and developing economies
This paper analyzes the effects of fossil fuel rents on R&D expenditures and patent grants in the field of energy-related technology. We argue that an increasing share of fossil fuel rents lessens… Expand
Icy waters, hot tempers, and high stakes: Geopolitics and Geoeconomics of the Arctic
Abstract The Arctic, a vast and uninviting region that encompasses about six percent of the Earth's surface and an estimated 22% of the world's undiscovered fossil fuel resources, is rapidly becoming… Expand
The EU and Russian gas: Is Ukraine a game changer?
The recent Russian/Ukrainian crisis reveals a fundamental conundrum about the future of European energy security, one that impels policymakers to choose between two distinct futures. Should Europe… Expand
The Political Economy of Oil Security Investments-Domestic Factors and International Dynamics First Draft
We test empirically whether investments in energy security are affected by the level of supply dependence, suppliers’ political stability and the structure of the importing country’s industry. We… Expand
Shaping the EU’s Energy Policy Agenda: The Role of Eastern European Countries
- Elina Brutschin
- Political Science
This chapter traces the role of eastern European countries during the negotiations of the third gas directive and their role in bringing on the decision agenda the so-called “Gazprom clause”. It is… Expand
JCMS Special Issue 2015: Interpreting British European Policy. Guest Editors: Mark Bevir, Oliver Daddow and Pauline Schnapper
- Elina Brutschin
International political economy of nuclear energy
The use of nuclear power has been driven by the motivation to meet growing electricity demand while avoiding dependence on imported fossil fuels and constrained by capacities to launch nuclear energy… Expand
Two futures: EU-Russia relations in the context of Ukraine.
The enduring crisis in Ukraine presents the European Union (EU) with a conundrum. Should it strengthen its economic and energy ties despite Russia’s growing assertiveness in the hope to solidify its… Expand