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Title: Bridging the gaps in global energy governance
Authors: Florini, A.
Sovacool, B.K. 
Keywords: Energy policy
Energy security
Global energy governance
Global governance
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Florini, A.,Sovacool, B.K. (2011). Bridging the gaps in global energy governance. Global Governance 17 (1) : 57-74. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Energy constitutes a rich, but underexplored, arena for global governance scholars and policymakers. The world is currently on an unsustainable and conflict-prone track of volatile and unreliable supply of energy fuels, vulnerable infrastructure, massive environmental degradation, and failure to deliver energy services to an enormous proportion of the global population. Changing to a different path will be a monumental global governance endeavor that will require bridging multiple issue areas, regimes, and policy silos. Meeting that challenge will require a greatly expanded research agenda aimed at understanding the institutions, interests, and concerns that do and could shape global energy governance. In this article, we lay out key energy-related global issues and explore some of the connections among them to suggest an initial research agenda for global governance scholars.
Source Title: Global Governance
ISSN: 10752846
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