Projekt

Daten zum Projekt

Challenges of European External Energy Governance with Emerging Powers: Meeting Tiger, Dragon, Lion and Jaguar

Initiative: Europe and Global Challenges
Bewilligung: 04.03.2011
Laufzeit: 3 Jahre

Projektinformationen

The project involves experts of European and overseas thinktanks and focuses on two major global challenges that the EU is currently facing: First, the establishment of a multipolar world order with emerging powers as prospective cooperation partners; and second, the strategic and ecological shortcomings of the EU's External Energy Policy. Research is being carried out in three steps: Identifying differences in the normative orientation, governance and bargaining strategies of the EU's energy policy towards China, India, Brazil, and South Africa. Explaining these differences with reference to the EU/member states and private actors interests, different Directorate General responsibilities, emerging powers policy styles and exit-options of the emerging powers through regional/multilateral embeddedness. Offering recommendations for a future "Good External Energy Governance". Here, the project will outline concrete policy options for "decarbonization strategies" in an increasingly multipolar world.

Projektbeteiligte

  • Prof. Dr. Michèle Knodt

    Technische Universität Darmstadt
    FB Geschichts- und Gesellschaftswissenschaften
    Institut für Politikwissenschaft
    Darmstadt

  • Prof. Dr. Knud Erik Jørgensen

    University of Aarhus
    Bygning 1331
    Aarhus C
    Dänemark

  • Prof. Dr. Anna Katharina Michaelowa

    Universität Zürich
    Philosophische Fakultät
    Institut für Politikwissenschaft (IPZ)
    Zürich
    Schweiz

  • Dr. Amrita Narlikar

    University of Cambridge
    Department of Politics and International Studies
    (POLIS)
    Cambridge
    Grossbritannien

  • Dr. Richard Youngs

    Fundación para las Relaciones
    Internacionales y el Dialogo Exterior
    FRIDE
    Madrid
    Spanien

  • Prof. Roberto Schaeffer

    Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
    Energy Planning Program
    Graduate School of Engineering - COPPE
    Rio de Janeiro
    Brasilien

  • Dr. Ligia Noronha

    The Energy and Resources Institute
    Resources, Regulation & Global Security
    Darbari Seth Block
    India Habitat Complex
    Neu Delhi - 110003
    Indien

  • Elizabeth Sidiropoulos

    The South African Institute of
    International Affairs (SAIIA)
    Research
    Johannesburg
    Südafrika

  • Dr. Romy Caroline Chevallier

    The South African Institute of
    International Affairs (SAIIA)
    Governance of Africa's Resources Programme
    Johannesburg
    Südafrika

  • Prof. Daojiong Zha

    Peking University
    International Political Economy
    School of International Studies
    Beijing
    China (Volksrepublik)

  • Dr. Devika Sharma

    The Energy and Resources Institute
    Resources, Regulation & Global Security
    Darbari Seth Block
    India Habitat Complex
    Neu Delhi - 110003
    Indien

  • Dr. Kirsten Westphal

    Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
    Forschungsgruppe: Globale Fragen
    Deutsches Institut für Internationale Politik
    und Sicherheit
    Berlin