The politics of fossil fuel subsidies and their reform [E-Book] / edited by Jakob Skovgaard, Harro van Asselt.
Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob, (editor)
Asselt, Harro van, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018
1 online resource (xxiii, 324 pages)
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Table of Contents:
  • Defining and measuring fossil fuel subsidies / Doug Koplow
  • Reforming fossil fuel subsidies: the art of the possible / Shelagh Whitley and Laurie van der Burg
  • The political economy of incumbency: fossil fuel subsidies in global and historical context / Peter Newell and Phil Johnstone
  • Fossil fuel subsidy reform: an international norm perspective / Thijs Van de Graaf and Mathieu Blondeel
  • International push, domestic reform? The influence of international economic institutions on fossil fuel subsidy reform / Jakob Skovgaard
  • Fossil fuel subsidies and the global trade regime / Ronald Steenblik, Jehan Sauvage and Christina Timiliotis
  • Fossil fuel subsidies and the global climate regime / Harro van Asselt, Laura Merrill and Kati Kulovesi
  • Anatomy of an international norm entrepreneur: the friends of fossil fuel subsidy reform / Vernon Rive
  • The global subsidies initiative: catalytic actors and the politics of fossil fuel subsidy reform / Nathan Lemphers, Steven Bernstein and Matthew Hoffmann
  • Fossil fuel subsidy reform in Indonesia: the struggle for successful reform / Kathryn Chelminski
  • Lessons from the world's largest subsidy benefit transfer scheme: the case of liquefied petroleum gas subsidy reform in India / Abhishek Jain, Shalu Agrawal and Karthik Ganesan
  • Sustaining carbon lock-in: fossil fuel subsidies in South Africa / Jesse Burton, Tawney Lott and Britta Rennkamp
  • The politics of subsidies to coal extraction in Colombia / Claudia Strambo, Ana Carolina Gonzalez Espinosa, Angelica Puertas Velasco and Aaron Atteridge
  • Reforming Egypt's fossil fuel subsidies in the context of a changing social contract / Tom S. H. Moerenhout
  • Actors, frames and contexts in fossil fuel subsidy reform: the case of Trinidad and Tobago / Michelle Scobie.