Russian gas price reform and the EU–Russia gas relationship: Incentives, consequences and European security of supply

@inproceedings{Spanjer2007RussianGP,
  title={Russian gas price reform and the EU–Russia gas relationship: Incentives, consequences and European security of supply},
  author={Aldo Spanjer},
  year={2007}
}
In order to provide a comprehensive picture on the relationship between Russia and the EU, the focus should be on both the external energy relationship as well as Russia's internal organization. This paper sets out to do this by combining both strands of research in order to arrive at recommendations for Europe on the way to adjust its energy policy towards Russia. The emphasis is on whether or not Russia should impose unified gas pricing. Main conclusions are that the perceived advantages of… CONTINUE READING

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