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Economics and Politics of Energy in the Middle East and Eastern Europe

Natalya Ketenci (Redaktør) ; Ayse Sevencan (Redaktør) ; Alper Altinanahtar (Innledning) ; Natalya Ketenci (Innledning) ; Ayse Sevencan (Innledning) ; Cagri Levent Uslu (Innledning) ; Gizem Alioglu Cakmak (Innledning) ; Melih Guner (Innledning) ; Baris Gencer Baykan (Innledning) ; Gulfer Vural (Innledning)

Energy policy has always been important to the population for stability and to advance technological progress and economic growth. The scope of energy discussions and concerns in the world have expanded significantly in the last several decades. Les mer
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Energy policy has always been important to the population for stability and to advance technological progress and economic growth. The scope of energy discussions and concerns in the world have expanded significantly in the last several decades. In order to cope with accelerating pollution from fossil fuels, countries have increased investments in renewable energy power plants. However, the existing technology does not allow for the significant increase of the capacity of renewable energy facilities in a short period. As a result, in order to maintain economic growth, countries continue to be highly dependent on fossil fuels like oil, natural gas, and coal. At the same time, some countries start to encounter such problems as depletion of their oil and natural gas resources. The aim of this book is to analyze energy resources in the Middle East and Eastern Europe and relations between countries that appear as a result of new discoveries in this area.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction

1

Energy Map of Eastern Europe and Middle East.

Alper Altinanahtar

2

Energy Resources of the Eastern Mediterranean: The EastMed project.

Natalya Ketenci

3

Energy Efficiency and Human Development in Eastern Europe's leading Energy supplier countries.

Ayse Sevencan

4

Resourceless power: Gaining Economic and Political Power without any Resources.

Cagri Levent Uslu

5

Energy as a Complicating Factor: Conflict in the Eastern Mediterranean and the New Challenges in Cyprus Question.

Gizem Alioglu Cakmak, Melih Guner

6

Friends or Foes? Climate and Energy Policies in Turkey

Baris Gencer Baykan

7

Renewable Energy, Electricity Production and Economic Growth in Middle East

Gulfer Vural

8

The Economics of Renewable Energy: The Cross-Country Analysis

Hatice Kerra Geldi

9

From Past to Future: The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for Energy Start-ups in Turkey.

OEzlem Kunday

10

An Overview to Sustainable Energy Supply Chain Management

OEzlem Senvar

Conclusion

Om forfatteren

Ayse Sevencan is assistant professor of economics at Yeditepe University.

Natalya Ketenci is professor of economics at Yeditepe University.