I like to keep things simple and informal – as authentic as possible, but details can matter upon circumstance. Below a complete overview of who I am as a researcher.
— PhD Political Economy, King’s College London. Submitted.
— MA Environment Politics & Globalisation (1st Class), King’s College London. 2012.
— BA. International Relations (cum laude), Tallinn University of Technology. 2010.
My energy research has emerged organically rather than in a planned PhD-like fashion (I like to think this shows that I can adapt to different modes of scholarly work). In general terms, however, research centres on the entrepreneurship/security nexus. As follows:
- Research question: Are there best practices for entrepreneurial action amidst uncertainty in the field of energy?
- Theory: Energy entrepreneurs are bound to be challenged by the uncertainty associated with the market desire for energy security.
- Variables: availability, accessibility, adaptability, acceptability, and affordability (4A+A).
- Hypotheses: vary.
Results & Implications (thus far)
Well, I’m not going to give that away here, am I? Specific details either published or forthcoming at some point.