energy governance

Goldthau and Sitter Analyze EU Policy in the Global Political Economy of Energy

Jean-Arnold Vinois gave a thoughtful and informative keynote address at CEU on Friday, October 2. The occasion was the official launch of Andreas Goldthau and Nick Sitter’s new book, “A Liberal Actor in a Realist World: The European Union Regulatory State and the Global Policy Economy of Energy” (Oxford University Press, 2015).

Margarita M. Balmaceda on energy and state building

Energy and State Building in Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania: Between Domestic Oligarchs and Russian Power

Calls open for the IAEE's 37th international conference

Calls open for the IAEE's 37th international conference in NYC from June 15 to 18, 2014. Students may inquire about scholarships covering conference registration fees.

DPP faculty Andreas Goldthau presents on EU external energy policy at ANU in Canberra

On 10 September, Andreas Goldthau presented a paper on "Soft Power with a Hard Edge: EU Policy Tools and Energy Security", jointly authored with Nick Sitter, at Australian National University, Canberra.

Assistant Professor

Michael LaBelle is an assistant professor at the Central European University Business School and in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy. He teaches courses on sustainability and the energy sector. Professor LaBelle’s current research is on the development of shale gas in Europe, smart energy technologies and how policies and regulations influence innovation in the energy sector. Previously, he worked in the CEU Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP) and at the Regional Center for Energy Policy Research (REKK) at Corvinus University. He has worked on projects for the European Commission, United States Agency for International Development, the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Energy Regulators Regional Association and with energy consulting companies and European universities. He holds an MSc and PhD in Geographical Sciences from the University of Bristol.

Three EPRG members present a new paper at the Standing Group on International Relations

Aleh Cherp, Andreas Goldthau, and Jessica Jewell present a new paper at the Standing Group on International relations. The paper argues that since the Energy System is a complex system the challenges it faces must be governed by striking a tenuous balance between exploitation (characterized by determination and efficiency) and exploration (characterized by diversity and flexibility).

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