Edited by Rafael Leal-Arcas and Jan Wouters
This authoritative Research Handbook presents, for the first time, a comprehensive overview of the most important research and latest trends in EU energy law and policy. It offers high-quality original contributions that provide state-of-the-art research in this rapidly evolving area, situated in the broader context of international economic law and governance.
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- Research Handbook on EU Energy Law and Policy
- Table of cases
- Table of legislation
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Competences in EU energy policy
- Chapter 3: External competences in energy and climate change
- Chapter 4: EU energy and competition: analysis of current trends and a first assessment of the new package
- Chapter 5: The European Energy Union
- Chapter 6: The new global landscape and energy politics in the 21st century
- Chapter 7: The role of the ECT in EU–Russia energy relations
- Chapter 8: Global energy security and EU energy policy
- Chapter 9: Rule-maker or rule-taker? The EU and the shifting global political economy of energy
- Chapter 10: The International Energy Charter: a new impetus for global energy governance?
- Chapter 11: The EU energy security strategy in the Caspian Sea region: addressing the bear in the room
- Chapter 12: Russian energy projects and the global climate, geopolitics and development conundrum
- Chapter 13: The dark side of power: corruption and bribery within the energy industry
- Chapter 14: Electricity and gas markets
- Chapter 15: Energy Justice: a concept to make the Pigouvian tax work
- Chapter 16: Energy and the law of the sea
- Chapter 17: Access to an effective remedy in business-related human rights violations in the context of oil and gas disputes
- Chapter 18: EU energy law in the maritime sector
- Chapter 19: A (legal) challenge to privacy: on the implementation of smart meters in the EU and the US
- Chapter 20: Paris Agreement: the evolution of international law standards in the post-ontological framework
- Chapter 21: Social science as a starting point?
- Chapter 22: EU Emissions Trading Scheme: preventing carbon leakage before and after the Paris Agreement
- Chapter 23: Energy and environment
- Chapter 24: Are smart grids the key to EU energy security?
- Chapter 25: Renewable energy, waste management and the circular economy in the EU: solar PV and wind power
- Chapter 26: The role of renewable energy law and policy in meeting the EU’s energy security challenges
- Chapter 27: Energy futures: new approaches to energy choices
- Chapter 28: EU energy innovation policy: the curious case of energy efficiency
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