I study the Political Economy of Risk and Uncertainty, with empirical focus on the fields of energy and, separately, carbon markets. The common link being that I use transaction costs to understand how organisations in either field deal with uncertainty.
On occasion, I also ramble about the theory(ish) of risk/uncertainty.
— (2018) The Political Economy of oil: The limits of our ability to prevent failure. In: S. Raszewski (ed.), The International Political Economy of Oil and Gas, 57–70. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
— (2016) The Future of Oil: Between cooperation & competition. Strategy Paper #13. London: European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS).
— (2013) Metro Manila: A mega challenge [with S. Casallas and I. Lopez]. In: M. Pelling and S. Blackburn (eds.), Megacities and the Coast: Social and Environmental Transformations, Chapter 7: Case Studies, 210-216. Earthscan.
— (2010) EU’s ‘Mango Salad’ Policy towards Belarus: A Commentaire from an Economic Perspective. The Proceedings of the Institute for European Studies, 8(1), 100-115.