States and Markets in Hydrocarbon Sectors (eds. A.V. Belyi and K. Talus) - book review
Article from: OGEL 6 (2015), in Book Reviews and Related Material
In a collection of eleven chapters, fourteen authors from inter-related disciplines, attempt to shed new light on the complex and evolving interaction between the states and markets in the hydrocarbon sector, showing its variation over time and on a regional basis - from North America to Europe, Former Soviet Union and Asia Pacific. Such an interaction, as put by the editors, has been "repeatedly stressed but without comprehensive theoretical analysis" - a gap that the authors intend to cover.