Professor Aleh Cherp from CEU's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy published an article on the balancing act between achivieng energy security and climate goals in The Economist. Read his article, investigating the question 'Can Europe achieve energy security without compromising climate goals?' here.
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.
Andreas Goldthau, faculty member and Head of CEU's Department of Public Policy, published the Wiley Handbook of Global Energy Policy. It is the first handbook to provide a global policy perspective on energy, bringing together a diverse range of international energy issues in one volume. The Handbook
The research agenda will be developed to match the candidate’s interests and capacities and to advance policy-relevant knowledge on present and future national and global energy security challenges including under sustainable energy transitions. It will built on the recently completed Global Energy Assessment, where Professor Cherp led the analysis of energy security. Of particular interests might be such topics as energy security assessments and policies, and the relationship between global energy scenarios and national energy realities. These issues may be studied with respect to entire energy systems or particular energy sectors.
DPP faculty member Andreas Goldthau published an article on globalizing gas markets in Forbes Magazine. The piece, co-authored with Matthew Hulbert of European Energy Review, titles 'Why American Natural Gas Can Make Or Break A New Gas World' and features on Forbes' energy column.
The special section, published by Global Policy Journal, features a distinguished group of contributors, among other Fatih Birol, Chief Economist of the International Energy Agency, Diana Urge-Vorsatz of CEU and the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Shonali Pachauri of the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). Read more.
Jessica Jewell, MESPOM Alumnus and CEU PhD student, helped the International Energy Agency (IEA) develop a novel MOdel of Short-term Energy Security (MOSES). MOSES is different from most of the existing energy security studies; it combines some 30 quantitative indicators in a transparent and policy-relevant way to describe different configurations of risk factors and resilience capacities.
The journal International Studies Perspectives published an article about global energy security by DPP faculty member Andreas Goldthau. The piece is titled A Public Policy Perspective on Global Energy Security. The article argues that the emerging literature on global energy governance has failed so far to provide an extensive intellectual rationale for the concept.