The Governance of Energy in China: Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy (Philip Andrews-Speed) - Book review
Article from: OGEL 4 (2014), in Book Reviews and Related Material
The author has produced a valuable book for at least two distinct audiences. For scholars trained in political science, economics, or sociology, the book is an original application of the basic tenets of institutionalism in explaining the long-term trajectories of Chinese management of energy production and consumption. For industry analysts, environmental activists, or policymakers interested in the prospects for reduced emissions from the world's second largest economy, this volume delivers an intelligent roadmap of the political institutional barriers to effective management to a ...