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  • Governing the Climate-Energy Nexus
  • Institutional Complexity and Its Challenges to Effectiveness and Legitimacy
  • Online publication date: June 2020
  • pp vii-x
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Contents

  1. List of Contributors

  2. Foreword

    Klaus Hammes

  3. Preface and Acknowledgements

  4. List of Abbreviations

  5. 1Introduction: Governing the Climate-Energy Nexus

    Fariborz Zelli, Karin Bäckstrand, Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Jakob Skovgaard, and Oscar Widerberg

    1. 1.1Rationale behind This Book

    2. 1.2Objectives and Contribution: Analyzing the Climate-Energy Nexus

    3. 1.3Three Case Studies: Renewable Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, and Carbon Pricing

    4. 1.4Structure of the Book

    5. 1.5References

  6. Part IMapping the Climate-Energy Nexus

    1. 2Analytical Framework: Assessing Coherence, Management, Legitimacy, and Effectiveness

      Fariborz Zelli, Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Karin Bäckstrand, Philipp Pattberg, Lisa Sanderink, Jakob Skovgaard, Harro van Asselt, and Oscar Widerberg

      1. 2.1Introduction: Approaching the Climate-Energy Nexus

      2. 2.2Conceptual Framework

      3. 2.3Evaluative Themes

      4. 2.4Conclusions

      5. 2.5References

    2. 3Mapping the Institutional Complex of the Climate-Energy Nexus

      Lisa Sanderink, Philipp Pattberg, and Oscar Widerberg

      1. 3.1Introduction

      2. 3.2Methodology

      3. 3.3Three Subfields of the Climate-Energy Nexus: Renewable Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, and Carbon Pricing

      4. 3.4Analyzing the Institutional Complex (Macro Level)

      5. 3.5Analyzing the Subfields: Renewable Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, and Carbon Pricing (Meso Level)

      6. 3.6Conclusions

      7. 3.7References

      8. 3.8Annex I: Database of Institutions in the Climate-Energy Nexus

      9. 3.9Annex II: Descriptions of Institutions in the Climate-Energy Nexus

  7. Part IICoherence and Management in the Climate-Energy Nexus

    1. 4Renewable Energy: A Loosely Coupled System or a Well-Connected Web of Institutions?

      Lisa Sanderink

      1. 4.1Introduction

      2. 4.2Renewable Energy: Providing Sustainable Energy for All

      3. 4.3Meso-Level Coherence

      4. 4.4Micro-Level Coherence

      5. 4.5Micro-Level Management

      6. 4.6Conclusions

      7. 4.7References

    2. 5Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform: Interactions between International Cooperative Institutions. The More, the Merrier?

      Cleo Verkuijl and Harro van Asselt

      1. 5.1Introduction

      2. 5.2Fossil Fuel Subsidies: The Rationales for Reform

      3. 5.3Meso-Level Coherence

      4. 5.4Micro-Level Coherence

      5. 5.5Micro-Level Management

      6. 5.6Conclusions

      7. 5.7References

    3. 6Carbon Pricing: Overlaps and Formal Collaboration

      Jakob Skovgaard and Jana Canavan

      1. 6.1Introduction

      2. 6.2Carbon Pricing: An Economic Solution to an Environmental Problem

      3. 6.3Meso-Level Coherence

      4. 6.4Micro-Level Coherence

      5. 6.5Micro-Level Management

      6. 6.6Conclusions

      7. 6.7References

  8. Part IIILegitimacy and Effectiveness in the Climate-Energy Nexus

    1. 7Disentangling Legitimacy: Comparing Stakeholder Assessments of Five Key Climate and Energy Governance Institutions

      Naghmeh Nasiritousi and Soetkin Verhaegen

      1. 7.1Introduction

      2. 7.2Theory and Concepts

      3. 7.3The Five Cases: Similarities and Differences in Institutional Qualities

      4. 7.4Theory-Based Expectations of Legitimacy Assessments

      5. 7.5Data and Methods

      6. 7.6Results

      7. 7.7Conclusions

      8. 7.8References

    2. 8The Performance of the Climate-Energy Nexus: Assessing the Effectiveness of the Institutional Complexes on Renewable Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, and Carbon Pricing

      Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Lisa Sanderink, Jakob Skovgaard, Harro van Asselt, Cleo Verkuijl, and Oscar Widerberg

      1. 8.1Introduction

      2. 8.2Conceptualizing Effectiveness

      3. 8.3Assessments of Effectiveness for the Renewable Energy Subfield

      4. 8.4Assessments of Effectiveness for the Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform Subfield

      5. 8.5Assessments of Effectiveness for the Carbon Pricing Subfield

      6. 8.6Conclusions

      7. 8.7References

    3. 9Conclusions: Coherence, Management, Legitimacy, and Effectiveness in the Climate-Energy Nexus

      Fariborz Zelli, Karin Bäckstrand, Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Jakob Skovgaard, and Oscar Widerberg

      1. 9.1Findings

      2. 9.2Explanations

      3. 9.3Recommendations

      4. 9.4Outlook

      5. 9.5References

  9. Index