Edited by Andreas Goldthau, Michael F. Keating and Caroline Kuzemko
This Handbook offers a comprehensive overview of the latest research from leading scholars on the international political economy of energy and resources. Highlighting the important conceptual and empirical themes, the chapters study all levels of governance, from global to local, and explore the wide range of issues emerging in a changing political and economic environment.
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- Handbook of the International Political Economy of Energy and Natural Resources
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- Chapter 1: Nexus-thinking in international political economy: what energy and natural resource scholarship can offer international political economy
- Chapter 2: Conceptualizing the energy nexus of global public policy and international political economy
- Chapter 3: Advancing the international political economy of climate change adaptation: political ecology, political economy and social justice
- Chapter 4: The resource nationalist challenge to global energy governance
- Chapter 5: A gendered perspective on energy transformation processes
- Chapter 6: Climate change, international political economy and global energy policy
- Chapter 7: The politics of procurement and the low-carbon transition in South Africa
- Chapter 8: The Energy Union: a coherent policy package?
- Chapter 9: The political economy of low carbon infrastructure in the UK
- Chapter 10: The new international political economy of natural gas
- Chapter 11: Europe’s largest natural gas producer in an era of climate change: Gazprom
- Chapter 12: Energy development in the Arctic: resource colonialism revisited
- Chapter 13: Transnational private regulation and the global governance of palm oil sustainability: from Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil certification to the Palm Oil Innovation Group/No-Deforestation standard
- Chapter 14: International political economy and the global governance of hydroelectric dams
- Chapter 15: Managing the use of natural resources: how ecosystem accounts helped in the Philippines
- Chapter 16: How can climate justice and energy justice be reconciled?
- Chapter 17: The politics of resistance in the neoliberal mining regime
- Chapter 18: Food for fuels? Examining the issue of trade-offs between energy and food
- Chapter 19: Emerging economies and energy: the case of Turkey
- Chapter 20: Low-carbon technologies, national innovation systems, and global production networks: the state of play
- Chapter 21: An international political economy of climate change benchmarking: energy standard setting, responses and challenges
- Chapter 22: Energy trends, political economy, and international order: the United States and the People’s Republic
- Chapter 23: International political economy of nuclear energy
- Chapter 24: The domestic factor in the international political economy of Eurasian gas trade
- Chapter 25: Between global aspirations and domestic imperatives: the case of Brazil
- Chapter 26: Localising energy: heat networks and municipal governance
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