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A volume on the political economy of clean energy transition in developed and developing regions, with a focus on the issues that different countries face as they transition from fossil fuels to lower carbon technologies.

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A volume on the political economy of clean energy transition in developed and developing regions, with a focus on the issues that different countries face as they transition from fossil fuels to lower carbon technologies.
Autorenporträt
Douglas Arent is Executive Director of JISEA. He is also a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and serves on the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Steering Committee on Social Science and the Alternative Energy Future. He is a member of the National Research Council Committee to advise the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP). He is also a member of the International Advisory Board for Energy Policy, an associate editor for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, on the Editorial Board of Sustainability, and the Editor in Chief of Renewable Energy Focus. Channing Arndt is a senior research fellow at United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research. He has substantial research management experience including leadership of interdisciplinary teams. His programme of research has focused on poverty alleviation and growth, agricultural development, market integration, gender and discrimination, the implications of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, technological change, trade policy, aid effectiveness, infrastructure investment, energy and biofuels, climate variability, and the economic implications of climate change. Mackay Miller is a Professional Scholar at JISEA/NREL. In addition to his JISEA research, Professor Miller is Lead Analyst for Technology & Strategy at National Grid. He previously worked at NREL, including an assignment at the U.S. Department of Energy. He has written widely in areas of renewable energy, smart grids, and regulatory dimensions of power system transformation. He is a member of the IEEE Power & Energy Society and serves on the Editorial Board for the IEEE Power & Energy Magazine. He holds an MBA from the University of Colorado, and a BA in International Relations from Brown University. Finn Tarp is Director of UNU-WIDER and Professor of Development Economics at the University of Copenhagen. He has some 38 years of experience in academic and applied development economics research, teaching and policy analysis. His field experience covers more than 20 years of in-country assignments in 35 countries across the developing world, including longer-term assignments in Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Vietnam. Finn Tarp has published widely in leading international academic journals alongside a series of books, and he is a member of the World Bank Chief Economist's Council of Eminent Persons. Owen Zinaman is the Deputy Lead for the 21st Century Power Partnership (21CPP), a multilateral initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial; he also manages the 21CPP South Africa in-country programme, and serves as a Power Sector Analyst at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. He has published widely on power system transformation issues, including the grid integration of bulk and distributed renewable energy resources, power system flexibility, and policy and regulatory issues across the clean energy spectrum. He received his Master's degree in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, with a focus on science and technology public policy.