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Trends of International Energy Security Risk Index in European Countries

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  • Chernyak Oleksandr

    (Department of Economic Cybernetics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Vasilkivska 90-a, Kyiv 03022, Ukraine)

  • Kharlamova Ganna
  • Stavytskyy Andriy

    (Department of Economic Cybernetics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Vasilkivska 90-a Kyiv 03022, Ukraine)

Abstract

The paper deals with the analysis and forecasting of energy security risk index for eleven European countries (the United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway, France, Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, and Ukraine for the period 1992-2016). Nowadays, energy security plays an important role in guaranteeing the national, political and economic security of the country. A literature review of different approaches to defining energy security gave the possibility to consider the regression model of energy security risk index assessment, which takes into account the levels of economic, technical and technological, ecological, social and resource components. This step was proceeded with clusterization of the analysed countries in three groups according to Energy Security Risk Index. Based on this approach resource-mining countries (Denmark, Germany, Norway and the UK) were grouped in Cluster I, while Ukraine occupied the last Cluster III. The next division in five clusters supported the indicated allocation. Finally, we calculated the forecasts of energy security risk index based on data of 1992-2014. It allowed realizing the perspectives of energy market for the nearest future, particularly for Ukraine, which needs development of a new strategy of energy security

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  • Chernyak Oleksandr & Kharlamova Ganna & Stavytskyy Andriy, 2018. "Trends of International Energy Security Risk Index in European Countries," Baltic Journal of European Studies, Sciendo, vol. 8(1), pages 5-32, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:bjeust:v:8:y:2018:i:1:p:5-32:n:2
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