2 edition of East European responses to the energy crisis found in the catalog.
East European responses to the energy crisis
John B. Hannigan
by Institute ofSoviet and East European Studies, Carleton University in Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||by John B. Hannigan and Carl H. McMillan.|
|Series||East-West Commercial relations series -- 21|
|Contributions||McMillan, Carl H. 1930-, Carleton University. Institute of Soviet and East European Studies.|
This chapter on energy policy assesses the policy settings, strategies, processes, and institutions in six South East European economies. After a brief overview of energy trends and performance in South East Europe, including the reliability of energy supplies, energy intensity and trends in prices, the chapter then focuses on four essential sub-dimensions. Protests in Iceland in response to the country's financial crisis; Unibrennt student protests in Austria; Protest and riot in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 16 January; Energy crisis in Bulgaria; Riots in Greece in December; Presidential election protests in Armenia; Protests in Belgrade, Serbia following the declaration of Kosovo's independence.
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