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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

Political Economy of Energy Transitions in Central and Eastern Europe

Political Economy
 
Climate Change
 
Energy
 
Energy Policy
 
Panel Number
P268
Panel Chair
Stefan Ćetković
Bavarian School of Public Policy
Panel Discussant
Stefan Ćetković
Bavarian School of Public Policy

Time
07/09/2019 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: Institute of Romance Studies Floor: 3rd floor Room: 3.2
Abstract
The region of Central and Eastern Europe is understood here broadly as including eleven ´new´ EU members (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia) together with the Balkan and ex-Soviet countries. The CEE region has been the subject of much debate in the context of low-carbon energy transitions. Although commonly considered as laggards when it comes to the decarbonization of the energy sector, the CEE countries are undergoing significant changes marked by competing claims and narratives on the future energy mix and ownership structure in the energy sector.

The panel explores recent developments across different dimensions of energy transitions in CEE countries focusing on the interplay between political and economic institutions and actors at local, regional, national, supranational and global level.

Paper List


Title Details
Blockades in Brussels? Central and Eastern Europe in EU Energy and Climate Decision-Making View Paper Details
Comparing Renewable Energy Pathways in Russia and Kazakhstan: Policies, Actors and Institutions View Paper Details
Infrastructural Politics of the Energy Union vs Illiberal Democracies View Paper Details
The Power of Power Markets: Electricity Market Design in Advanced European Energy Transitions View Paper Details
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