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This list relates to the semester Semester One 2019/20 which does not start until 01/09/2019
  1. 1. Perspectives on Energy 7 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
      1. The global energy challenge: environment, development and security - Caroline Kuzemko, Michael F. Keating, Andreas Goldthau 2016

        Book Essential See: Chapter 1 - ‘Perspectives on the Global Energy Challenge’.

    2. Further Reading 6 items
      1. Global energy governance in a multipolar world - Dries Lesage, Thijs van de Graaf, Kirsten Westphal 2016, ©2010

        Book Further See: Lesage, D., ‘The Global Energy Challenge’

      2. Frame envy in energy policy ideology: A social constructivist framework for wicked energy problems - Scott Victor Valentine, Benjamin K. Sovacool, Marilyn A. Brown 10/2017

        Article Further

  2. 2. The Evolution of Global Energy 9 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Energy & Ethics - B. K. Sovacool

        Book Essential See: pp. 5-11 (section on 'The global energy system').

      2. The global energy challenge: environment, development and security - Caroline Kuzemko, Michael F. Keating, Andreas Goldthau 2016

        Book Essential See: Chapter 2 - ‘Evolution and Dynamics of the World Energy System’.

    2. Further Reading 5 items
      1. Global energy dilemmas: energy, security, globalization, and climate change - Michael J. Bradshaw, Askews & Holts Library Services 2014

        Book Further See: Chapter 1 - 'Introduction'

      2. Carbon democracy: political power in the age of oil - Timothy Mitchell 2013, ©2013

        Book Further

      3. Energy and Civilization: A History - Vaclav Smil 2017

        Book Further See: especially chapters 1 and 7.

  3. 3. Energy Trilemmas and Policy Brief Workshop 9 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
      1. Global energy dilemmas: energy, security, globalization, and climate change - Michael J. Bradshaw, Askews & Holts Library Services 2014

        Book Essential See: Chapter 2 - 'The Global Energy Dilemmas Nexus’.

    2. Further Reading 8 items
      1. European Commission (2015) Country Factsheets on the State of the Energy Union

        Webpage Further Slightly out of date briefings on each Member State of the EU

      2. Energy for the future: a new agenda 2009

        Book Further See: Scrase, I. and Ockwell, D. - ‘Energy issues: framing and policy change’

  4. 4. States, Markets and Political Power 10 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. States and markets in hydrocarbon sectors 2015

        Book Essential See: Aalto, P., ‘States and Markets in Energy Policy’.

      2. Carbon Democracy - Timothy Mitchell 08/2009

        Article Essential

    2. Further Reading 6 items
      1. Paradigms, Policy and Governance: The Politics of Energy Regulation in the UK Post-2000 - Shane Fudge, Michael Peters, Yacob Mulugetta, Tim Jackson 07/2011

        Article Further

      2. The global energy challenge: environment, development and security - Caroline Kuzemko, Michael F. Keating, Andreas Goldthau 2016

        Book Further See: Chapter 3 - ‘The Political Economy of Energy'

      3. Energy for the future: a new agenda 2009

        Book Further See: McGowan, F., ‘International regimes of energy: finding the right level for policy’

      4. States and Markets - Susan Strange 1994

        Book Further See: Chapter 9 - 'Energy', pp. 190-210, 2nd edition, 1994 (pp. 186-206 in 1988 edition).

  5. 5. Energy Poverty and Access 15 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. The global energy challenge: environment, development and security - Caroline Kuzemko, Michael F. Keating, Andreas Goldthau 2016

        Book Essential See: pp. 124-142 (part of chapter 6).

      2. Escaping the energy poverty trap: when and how governments power the lives of the poor - Michaël Aklin, Patrick Bayer, S. P. Harish, Johannes Urpelainen 2018, ©2018

        Book Essential See: Chapter 2 - ‘Understanding energy poverty in the world’.

      3. Energy governance and poverty - Morgan Bazilian, Smita Nakhooda, Thijs Van de Graaf 03/2014

        Article Essential

    2. Further Reading 12 items
      1. Escaping the energy poverty trap: when and how governments power the lives of the poor - Michaël Aklin, Patrick Bayer, S. P. Harish, Johannes Urpelainen 2018, ©2018

        Book Further

      2. The Handbook of Global Energy Policy - Andreas Goldthau 2013

        Book Further See: Chapter 14 - Bhattacharyya, S.C., ‘Energy access and development’

      3. Energy poverty: global challenges and local solutions 2015

        Book Further See: Chapter 7, Fahrar, B.C., Osnes, B. and Lowry, E.A., ‘Energy and Gender’

      4. Gender, culture and energy transitions in rural Africa - Oliver W. Johnson, Vanessa Gerber, Cassilde Muhoza 03/2019

        Article Further

      5. Benchmarks for energy access: Policy vagueness and incoherence as barriers to sustainable electrification of the global south - Chukwuka G. Monyei, Lukumon O. Oyedele, Olugbenga O. Akinade, Anuoluwapo O. Ajayi 08/2019

        Article Further

      6. Energy poverty: global challenges and local solutions 2015

        Book Further See: Chapter 2 - Sovacool, B.K., ‘Defining, Measuring, and Tackling Energy Poverty’

  6. 6. Oil and Gas Abundance: Blessing or Curse? 20 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. The global energy challenge: environment, development and security - Caroline Kuzemko, Michael F. Keating, Andreas Goldthau 2016

        Book Essential See: pp. 142-147 (part of chapter 6)

      2. Does Oil Hinder Democracy? - Michael L. Ross 2001

        Article Essential

      3. Energy security - Roland Dannreuther 2017

        Book Essential Chapter 5: ‘Energy Security and Domestic Security’.

    2. Further Reading 17 items
      1. Coal mining, economic development, and the natural resources curse - Michael R. Betz, Mark D. Partridge, Michael Farren, Linda Lobao 07/2015

        Article Further

      2. Oil is not a curse: ownership structure and institutions in Soviet successor states - Pauline Jones Luong, Erika Weinthal 2010

        Book Further See: Chapter 10 - ‘The Myth of the Resource Curse’.

      3. Carbon democracy - Timothy Mitchell 08/2009

        Article Further

      4. Review: Whither the Resource Curse? - Review by: Kevin M. Morrison 2013

        Article Further

      5. Managing resource abundance and wealth: the Norwegian experience - Jonathon Wayne Moses, Bjørn Letnes 2017

        Book Further See: Chapter 1.

      6. The oil curse: how petroleum wealth shapes the development of nations - Michael Lewin Ross c2012

        Book Further See: Chapter 7 - ‘Good News and Bad News about Oil’.

      7. Globalization and the Politics of Natural Resources - Nita Rudra, Nathan M. Jensen 06/2011

        Article Further

      8. The Resource Curse Revisited - P. Stevens, G. Lahn, J. Kooroshy

        Document Further

  7. 7. Oil and Gas Transit: Geopolitical and Market Power 18 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. The global energy challenge: environment, development and security - Caroline Kuzemko, Michael F. Keating, Andreas Goldthau 2016

        Book Essential See: Chapter 8 - ‘Transit and Infrastructure’.

    2. Further Reading (EU-Russia) 15 items
      1. Challenging Reductionism in Analyses of EU-Russia Energy Relations - Andrew Judge, Tomas Maltby, Jack D. Sharples 10/2016

        Article Further

      2. Assessing gas transit risks: Russia vs. the EU - Chloé Le Coq, Elena Paltseva 2012-3

        Article Further

      3. The Handbook of Global Energy Policy - Andreas Goldthau 2013

        Book Further See: O’Sullivan, M.L., ‘The Entanglement of Energy, Grand Strategy, and International Security’

      4. Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia

        Book Further See: Pirani, S. (2012) ‘Russo-Ukrainian Gas Wars and the Call on Transit Governance’

      5. EU-Russia relations in crisis: understanding diverging perceptions - Taylor & Francis Group 2018, 2017, ©2018

        Book Further See: Romanova, T., ‘EU-Russia Energy Relations: Do Institutions Stand the Test?’

      6. Future energy trends : innovation, markets and geopolitics. 2015

        Book Further See: Sharples, J.D. and Judge, A. (2015) ‘Russian gas supplies to Europe: the likelihood and potential impact of an interruption in gas transit via Ukraine’ (will be made available on Moodle)

  8. 8. Energy Security and the Securitisation of Energy 17 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. The global energy challenge: environment, development and security - Caroline Kuzemko, Michael F. Keating, Andreas Goldthau 2016

        Book Essential See: Chapter 7 - ‘Energy Security’

    2. Further Reading 14 items
      1. Forty years of energy security trends: A comparative assessment of 22 industrialized countries - Marilyn A. Brown, Yu Wang, Benjamin K. Sovacool, Anthony Louis D’Agostino 12/2014

        Article Further

      2. Energy Securitisation: Avenues for Future Research - Andrew Judge, Tomas Maltby, Kacper Szulecki

        Chapter Further

      3. Oil War Narratives: Mad Max and El Dorado - E. Meierding 2019

        Article Further Will be made available on Moodle

  9. 9. The Geopolitics of Renewable Energy 15 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Marketing Renewable Energy through Geopolitics: Solar Farms in Israel - Itay Fischhendler, Daniel Nathan, Dror Boymel 05/2015

        Article Essential

    2. Further Reading 12 items
      1. Geographies of energy transition: Space, place and the low-carbon economy - Gavin Bridge, Stefan Bouzarovski, Michael Bradshaw, Nick Eyre 02/2013

        Article Further

  10. 10. Low-Carbon Energy Transitions and Political Power 17 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
    2. Further Reading 14 items
      1. Political power and renewable energy futures: A critical review - Matthew J. Burke, Jennie C. Stephens 01/2018

        Article Further

      2. Energy for the future: a new agenda 2009

        Book Further See: Lehtonen, M. and Kern, F., ‘Deliberative Socio-Technical Transitions’

      3. Socio-energy systems design: A policy framework for energy transitions - Clark A. Miller, Jennifer Richter, Jason O’Leary 03/2015

        Article Further

      4. Narrative futures and the governance of energy transitions - Clark A. Miller, Jason O’Leary, Elisabeth Graffy, Ellen B. Stechel 06/2015

        Article Further