by Hugh Saddler
- This paper focuses on the domestic energy policies of indu1strialised states and, in particular, those states which have been at the forefront in applying neo-liberal policies to the reform and restructuring of their energy supply industries. It examines the interactions between the neo-liberal and climate change mitigation agendas, as they have been applied to energy policy, and the consequences these interactions are having for energy security, which is a core objective of energy policy for all states. A case study approach is taken using the United Kingdom and Australia as examples.
Saddler, H. (2011). "National Energy Security in a World Where use of Fossil Fuels is Constrained." CCEP Working Paper No. 1.11, Jan 2011.