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The International Political Economy of the Energy Transition in the Global South

Development
 
Global
 
Energy
 
Panel Number
P387
Panel Chair
Andreas Goldthau
University of London, Royal Holloway College
Panel Discussant
C I Kuzemko
University of Warwick

Time
06/09/2019 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: Institute of Romance Studies Floor: 3rd floor Room: 3.2
Abstract
The global low carbon transition presents great opportunities for sustainable growth and alleviating energy poverty. It also presents new risks, as developing nations lack access to low carbon technology or capital at the necessary scale; and their position in rapidly recalibrating global supply and value chains might change. This panel explores the opportunities and risks facing countries in the Global South against the backdrop of the world embracing a low carbon future. Contributions to this panel will be both conceptual in nature and empirically-driven, and may look at single studies or adopt a comparative approach.

Paper List


Title Details
Assessing Low Carbon Technology Transfer and Investment Risk in the Energy Transition: Evidence from an Elite Survey View Paper Details
Interdependency, Complexity and Unintended Consequences: A Systemic Risk Approach to the Global Energy Transition View Paper Details
Patents, Pills and Photovoltaics: A Comparative Assessment of Technology Transfer Regimes in Clean Tech and Pharma View Paper Details
The Role of Quality Standards and IPR Policy in the Governance of Sustainable Energy Transitions: The Case of Market-Based Off-Grid Solar Energy Access in India View Paper Details
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