1 New Approaches to Cold War: History and Current International Politics




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Transition. Concepts, Framing and Empirical Evidence

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change,

10-2

Chair(s)

Aleh Cherp

Liund University, Central European University

Energy Challenges: From Local Universalism to Global Contextualism
Jessica Jewell

Central European University

Aleh Cherp

Liund University, Central European University

Andreas Goldthau

Central European University

Global Energy Security: Resource Availability and Political

Constraints

Dag Harald Claes

University of Oslo

The Good, the Bad, and the Even Worse: Explaining Variation in the Effectiveness of Transnational Energy Partnerships

Kacper Szulecki

University of Konstanz

Philipp Pattberg

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Frank Biermann

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Energy, Ideas and Institutions

Caroline Kuzemko

University of Warwick

In the long run we are all dead” – Peak Energy and Climate

Change in a Planetary long-term Perspective

Jörg Friedrichs

University of Oxford

Discussant(s)

Jessica Jewell

Central European University

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Slot: FC-71 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 254

The Politics of Carbon Market Creation

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change,

10-3

Chair(s)

Karin Bäckstrand

Lund University

Virtuous Commodities: On the Genealogy of Carbon

Commodification

Johannes Stripple

Lund University

The Currencies of Carbon and the Fungibility of Credits in the

Global Carbon Market

Philippe Descheneau

University of Ottawa

Constructing the US Experience: Investigating the Emblematic

Role of Early Pollution Trading in Climate Governance.

Richard Lane

University of Sussex

Bringing Discourse to the (Carbon) Market

Benjamin Stephan

University of Hamburg

Discussant(s)

Markus Lederer

University of Potsdam

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Slot: FD-72 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 254

Linkages between Energy, War, and Peace

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change,

10-4

Chair(s)

Jörg Friedrichs

University of Oxford

The Energy Weapon: The Oil Market as an Instrument of Policy

Daniel J Moran

Naval Postgraduate School


Why do some Oil Exporters Experience Civil War and Others not? A QCA Analysis of 27 Net Oil Exporters

Matthias Basedau

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Thomas Richter

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Oil Crises Cooperation: Do International Institutions Matter?

Vessela Chakarova

University of Leiden

Approaching the next Great Transformation – Theorizing Changes in Energy Culture

Jörn Richert

Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)

Discussant(s)

Jörg Friedrichs

University of Oxford

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Slot: SA-73 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 254

Energy, Climate Change, and Regional

Games”

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change,

10-5

Chair(s)

Thomas Richter

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

The EU in the Arctic "Game" - The Concert of Arctic Actors and the EU's Newcomer Role

Kathrin Keil

Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies

Transforming Theoretical Tensions into new Analytical Tools:

Lessons from the Arctic

Annika E Nilsson

Stockholm Environment Institute

Gunhild Hoogensen

University of Tromsø

Heather Nicol

Trent University

Oil Impact on Transition Processes in Post-Communist Countries

Nurjamal K Omurkanova

University of Konstanz

Discussant(s)

Thomas Richter

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

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Slot: SB-75 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 254

Agency in Energy Transitions and Climate

Governance (Part II)

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change,

10-7

Chair(s)

Anita Engels

University of Hamburg

Technologies for Adaptation to Climate Change: a Stepchild of

International Climate Negotiations

Fariborz Zelli

German Development Institute, Bonn

East Asia and Global Energy Demand: Implications for Regional Security and Governance

Caterina García Segura

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Pablo Pareja-Alcaraz

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Steering towards Climate Tyranny?

Sarath Sanga

University of California, Berkeley

Mark T. Fliegauf

University of Cambridge

Discussant(s)

Anita Engels

University of Hamburg

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Slot: SC-74 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 254

Agency in Energy Transitions and Climate

Governance (Part I)

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change,

10-6

Chair(s)

John Vogler

Keele University

Dark Clouds, no Silver Lining? Re-conceptualising the Global

Governance of Energy and Climate Change

Hannes R. Stephan

Keele University, UK


Prospects for Renewable Energy in South Africa: Mobilizing the Private Sector

Anna Pegels

German Development Institute, Bonn

Innovation Systems, Path Dependency and Carbon Lock-in: The Case of South Africa

Andreas Stamm

German Development Institute, Bonn

Discussant(s)

John Vogler

Keele University

Section: 11 - The Return of the State?
Global Capitalism and
Geopolitics after the Crisis of
Neoliberalism


Convenors:

Henk Overbeek, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Bastiaan van Apeldoorn, University of Amsterdam

Nana de Graaf

James Perry, Copenhagen Business School

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Slot: TA-76 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 255

Theorising the Dialectics of Global

Capitalism and Geopolitics

Section: 11 - The Return of the State? Global

Capitalism and Geopolitics after the Crisis of

Neoliberalism, 11-1

Chair(s)

Henk Overbeek

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Global Capitalism and Geopolitics: Towards a Historical Materialist Foreign Policy

Bastiaan van Apeldoorn

University of Amsterdam

Theorizing The New Geopolitics of Energy

Naná De Graaff

VU University

Geopolitics and Globalizing State Functions: a Poulantzasian

Perspective

Morten Ougard

Copenhagen Business School

International Political Economy, Historical Materialism and the Geopolitics of Pax Americana: The Crisis of the 1970s Revisited

Julian Germann

York University

Hegemonic Projects, Accumulation Strategies and the Politics of Scale: The Emergence of Neoliberal Authoritarianism in Egypt

Roberto Roccu

London School of Economics and Political Science

Discussant(s)

Lars Bo Kaspersen

CBP; Copenhagen Business School


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Slot: TB-77 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 255

Geopolitics and Geo-economics in a post-

hegemonic World Order

Section: 11 - The Return of the State? Global

Capitalism and Geopolitics after the Crisis of

Neoliberalism, 11-2

Chair(s)

James Perry

Copenhagen Business School

Gentle Anatolian Tigers - The Neo-liberal Turn in Turkish

Geopolitics

Clemens M Hoffmann

University of Sussex

Networks of US Capitalist Class Power and post-Cold War

Geopolitical Strategy: the Evolution of US Imperialism from Clinton to Obama

Bastiaan van Apeldoorn

University of Amsterdam

Naná De Graaff

VU University

China’s Sovereign Wealth Strategy and its Impact on Global Order
Henk Overbeek

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

The Beat of Visions.The Challenging Features of a New Global

Mode of Production

Hardy Hanappi

Discussant(s)

Helge Hveem

University of Oslo

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Slot: TD-78 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 255

The Global Financial Crisis and its Fallout: a

New Role for the State?

Section: 11 - The Return of the State? Global

Capitalism and Geopolitics after the Crisis of

Neoliberalism, 11-3

Chair(s)

Bastiaan van Apeldoorn

University of Amsterdam


The Crisis and the Re-politicisation of Accounting

James Perry

Copenhagen Business School

What do we need to recover from the Economic Crisis? New

Markets, New States or New Economics? Some Reflexions

Carla Guapo Costa

Technical University of Lisbon

Can ‘It’ Happen Again: The Limits of Money Artistry

Maria N Ivanova

New York University

Regulatory Overhaul in the EU and the US Following the Financial Crisis

Aneta Spendzharova

Thomas Conzelmann

University of Maastricht

Philipp Kiiver

Pablo Iglesias Rodriguez

Restructuring "Pension Fund Capitalism"? The Politics of the

Anglo-Saxon Pension Crisis

Christian Moellmann

University of Kassel

Discussant(s)

Jean-Christophe Graz

Université de Lausanne

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Slot: FA-79 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 255

The New Geopolitics of Natural Resources

Section: 11 - The Return of the State? Global

Capitalism and Geopolitics after the Crisis of

Neoliberalism, 11-4

Chair(s)

Naná De Graaff

VU University

Carbon Markets - Just another Financial Crisis in Coming or the Avantgarde in Regulation?

Markus Lederer

University of Potsdam

Rebuilding of the Russian State: Geoeconomic and Geopolitical Interests

Katri P. Pynnöniemi

The Finnish Institute of International Affairs


Emerging Powers and the Scarmble for Resources. A Geopolitical Approach

Stefania Paladini

Coventry University

Contested post-Neoliberal Strategies. The “Agrofuels Project” - a Key to the Solution of the Energy, Environmental and Economic Crises?

Ulrich Brand

University of Vienna

The Political Economy of Contemporary Resource Races. Enhanced State Power, Geopolitics or Simply Business as Usual?

Helge Hveem

University of Oslo

Discussant(s)

Morten Ougard

Copenhagen Business School

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Slot: FB-80 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 255

Towards a Re-statification of Global

Governance?

Section: 11 - The Return of the State? Global

Capitalism and Geopolitics after the Crisis of

Neoliberalism, 11-5

Chair(s)

Bastiaan van Apeldoorn

University of Amsterdam

From List and Weber to the Competition State: Reflections on the (Perennial) Return of the State in Political Economy

Lars Bo Kaspersen

CBP; Copenhagen Business School

BRICs, EU & the Global South: G20, EU27 & Global Development in the Second Decade of the 21st Century

Timothy M Shaw

University of the West Indies

When 'No-Alternative' is No Longer an Alternative

Tami Oren

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Better be sure to know it: Standards and Authority in the Global Political Economy of Services

Jean-Christophe Graz

Université de Lausanne

Decline of Global Hegemony and the Emergence of a New

Constellation of Powers?

James Mittelman

American University


Discussant(s)

Ulrich Brand

University of Vienna

Section: 12 - The Future of Armed Conflict

Convenors:

Halvard Buhaug, University of Oslo

Desirée Nilsson, University of Uppsala

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Slot: TA-81 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 353

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