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Article: Getting our act together

April 24, 2015

Article: Getting our act together

Getting our act together By: Catherine Mitchell Published in: The House, 17th April 2015 The energy policy decisions facing the next Government require a...

New Thinking: Managed disruption – the push and pull of policy in Germany

April 22, 2015

New Thinking: Managed disruption – the...

Managed disruption – the push and pull of policy in Germany Catherine Mitchell, IGov Team, 22nd April 2015 A recent series by Thomas Elmar Schuppe (see...

Germany’s decentralized energy revolution

April 17, 2015

Germany’s decentralized energy revolution

This presentation has been added with the kind permission of Christoph Burger from ESMT (European School of Management and Technology), Berlin. The...

New Thinking: Two internal logics- the Labour Party and the CMA

April 14, 2015

New Thinking: Two internal logics- the...

Two internal logics: the Labour Party and the CMA – one more useful than the other Catherine Mitchell, IGov Team, 14th April 2015 The Labour Party...

New Thinking: First-past-the-post Politics is a Major Barrier in GB to a Legitimate, Long term Energy Policy Framework

April 2, 2015

New Thinking: First-past-the-post Politics is a...

First-past-the-post Politics is a Major Barrier in GB to a Legitimate, Long term Energy Policy Framework Catherine Mitchell, IGov Team, 2nd April 2015 A...

Presentation: The politics of renewable electricity in the UK

March 31, 2015

Presentation: The politics of renewable electricity...

The politics of renewable electricity in the UK: the roles of policy feedback and institutional context From: Matthew Lockwood To: Sustainable Energy...

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