Ghosh, Arunabha

The Palgrave Handbook of the International Political Economy of Energy

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. States, Markets, and Institutions: Integrating International Political Economy and Global Energy Politics
Thijs Graaf, Benjamin K. Sovacool, Arunabha Ghosh, Florian Kern, Michael T. Klare

Part II. Energy Actors and Institutions

2. Actors, Institutions and Frames in Global Energy Politics
Thijs Graaf, Fariborz Zelli

3. The Past, Present, and Future Role of OPEC
Bassam Fattouh, Anupama Sen

4. Corporations, Civil Society, and Disclosure: A Case Study of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
James Alstine, Nathan Andrews

5. The UN, Energy and the Sustainable Development Goals
Sylvia I. Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen

6. The World Trade Organization’s Role in Global Energy Governance
Timothy Meyer

Part III. Energy Trade, Finance and Investment

7. Clean Energy Trade Conflicts: The Political Economy of a Future Energy System
Arunabha Ghosh

8. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, Energy, and Divestment
Rafael Leal-Arcas, Costantino Grasso

9. The International Oil and Gas Pricing Regimes
Ustina Markus

10. The Political Economy of Carbon Markets
Richard Lane, Peter Newell

11. The Politics and Governance of Energy Subsidies
Harro Asselt, Jakob Skovgaard

Part IV. Energy Transitions

12. Analysing Energy Transitions: Combining Insights from Transition Studies and International Political Economy
Florian Kern, Jochen Markard

13. Carbon Capture and Storage Demonstration and Low-Carbon Energy Transitions: Explaining Limited Progress
James Gaede, James Meadowcroft

14. Democracy and Transitions: European Experiences of Policy Inclusiveness and Changes in the Electricity Industry
Mari Ratinen, Peter D. Lund

15. Second Life or Half-Life? The Contested Future of Nuclear Power and Its Potential Role in a Sustainable Energy Transition
M. V. Ramana

16. Decarbonizing Transport: What Role for Biofuels?
John A. Alic

Part V. Energy Conflict and the Resource Curse

17. No Blood for Oil? Hydrocarbon Abundance and International Security
Michael T. Klare

18. Do Countries Fight Over Oil?
Emily Meierding

19. Does Russia Have a Potent Gas Weapon?
James Henderson

20. Energy, Coercive Diplomacy, and Sanctions
Llewelyn Hughes, Eugene Gholz

21. The Resource Curse Puzzle Across Four Waves of Work
William Gochberg, Victor Menaldo

Part VI. Energy Justice and Political Ecology

22. The Political Ecology and Justice of Energy
Benjamin K. Sovacool

23. The Political Ecology of Oil and Gas in West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea: State, Petroleum, and Conflict in Nigeria
Michael Watts

24. Dispossession, Justice, and a Sustainable Energy Future
Majia Nadesan, Martin Pasqualetti

25. Energy and Global Production Networks
Dustin Mulvaney

26. Enclosure and Exclusion Within Emerging Forms of Energy Resource Extraction: Shale Fuels and Biofuels
Arielle Hesse, Jennifer Baka, Kirby Calvert

27. The Political Economy of Energy Justice: A Nuclear Energy Perspective
Kirsten Jenkins, Raphael J. Heffron, Darren McCauley

28. Energy Justice in Theory and Practice: Building a Pragmatic, Progressive Road Map
Mark Cooper

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Economy, Energy Policy, Economics and Management, Renewable and Green Energy, Nuclear Energy, Energy Security, Fossil Fuels (incl. Carbon Capture)

Publication year
Palgrave Handbooks in IPE
Page amount
23 pages
Printed ISBN

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