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Macmillan Higher Education Palgrave Higher Education

Energy Policy of the European Union

ISBN 9781137388834
Publication Date January 2016
Formats Hardcover Ebook Paperback 
Publisher Palgrave
Series The European Union Series

This broad-ranging text provides an analysis and assessment of the European Union's energy policy. It examines the components of the internal energy market alongside energy policy and politics on the international stage, and in doing so outlines the increasing importance of this global issue.

Samuel R Schubert is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Webster University (Vienna), Austria, and has published widely in the areas of EU, US and UK energy policy, EU-Russian energy relations, and the effects of energy-resource wealth on state stability.
 
Johannes Pollak is Professor of International Relations at Webster University (Vienna), Austria, and Head of the Political Science Department, Institute for Advanced Studies (Vienna), Austria.
 
Maren Kreutler is a researcher in the Department of Political Science, Institute for Advanced Studies (Vienna), Austria, and Lecturer in Comparative Politics at the University of Bochum, Germany..


Introduction
1. The EU's Energy Portfolio
2. Principles of Energy, End Uses and the Global Energy Balance
3. The Changing Nature of EU Energy Policy: Theory and Milestones
4. Who Does What? The Main Actors
5. Building a Common Internal Energy Market
6. Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, and the Quest to Expand the Use of Renewable Energy Sources
7. External Energy Politics
8. Policy Challenges on the Horizon
9. References.

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