The 2014 Ukraine-Russia crisis: Implications for energy markets and scholarship

The 2014 Ukraine-Russia crisis: Implications for energy markets and scholarship / Tim Boersma  and Andreas Goldthau.  Energy Research & Social Science 3, September 2014,  pp. 13-15.

http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/publication/24328/2014_ukrainerussia_crisis.html

Authors’s abstract :

While the 2014 Ukrainian crisis is far from over, policy debates surrounding the standoff between Russia and the United States and Europe already offer some important lessons on the gap between the policy world and the realities of energy markets. In this communication, we will discuss three policy proposals proposed between February and April 2014 as an illustration of the aforementioned mismatch, and explain their broader implications. As we will show, while the energy world is entering the next phase with renewed emphasis on renewables and energy efficiency, and markets for energy becoming increasingly global and interconnected, a substantial number of politicians and foreign policy makers seem to be stuck in a Cold War paradigm. Though things do not necessarily bode well from a political standpoint, the observed tendencies may offer intriguing opportunities for research related to energy policy far beyond the traditional realms of economics and geopolitics.



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Danièle Revel (2014, 19 juin). The 2014 Ukraine-Russia crisis: Implications for energy markets and scholarship. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 2 mars 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/ob43

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