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Toward a Common European Union Energy Policy: Problems, Progress, and Prospects


ISBN13: 9780230113190
Published: June 2011
Publisher: Palgrave Scholarly
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £68.00



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This book provides a timely and comprehensive overview of the most recent developments in European Union energy and climate policy. With up-to-date empirical analysis by more than a dozen leading experts and scholars from both Europe and the United States, this volume offers the most definitive assessment of this significant area of European integration and policymaking. Separate chapters address key issue areas, the policies of the leading EU member states, and themes that cut across policy and institutional boundaries.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
Introduction: The Recent Upheaval in EU Energy Policy
J.S.Duffield & V.L.Birchfield PART I: DEVELOPMENTS IN KEY POLICY AREAS EU Internal Energy Market Policy: Achievements and Obstacles
P.O.Eikeland Foreign Policy and Energy Security: Markets, Pipelines, and Politics
R.Youngs Common Rules without Strategy: EU Energy Policy and Russia
J.Gratz EU Emissions Trading: Achievements and Challenges
J.Wettestad EU Renewable Electricity Policy: Mixed Emotions towards Harmonization
M.Nilsson Energy Efficiency Policy
J.Henningsen PART II: NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES French Energy Policy within the EU Framework: From Black Sheep to Model?
S.Meritet Germany and EU Energy Policy
J.S.Duffield & K.Westphal The UK and EU Energy Policy: From Awkward Partner to Active Protagonist?
F.McGowan PART III: CROSS-CUTTING PERSPECTIVES Energy and Climate Change Policy
A.Behrens & C.Egenhofer The Role of EU Institutions in Energy Policy Formation
V.L.Birchfield Conclusion: Taking Stock of EU Energy Policy: Progress, Problems, Prospects
V.L.Birchfield & J.S.Duffield