Abstract and Keywords
The Oxford Handbook of Energy Politics highlights the wide variety of literature, primarily by political scientists and international relations scholars, summarizing and analyzing research that intersects politics and energy issues, and provides an extensive and comprehensive set of research agendas. These chapters cover domestic politics of major energy producers and consumers as well as a variety of concepts and frameworks used in the social sciences, such as international organizations, regionalism, interdependence, justice, conflict and cooperation, and gender. Drawing on the preceding thirty chapters, this concluding chapter brings together common strands of the critical analyses and overlapping research agendas provided by the Handbook’s authors. While the Handbook documents an extensive body of research on energy politics, more theorizing, comparative analyses, generalizations, and diverse methodologies are needed.
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