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Developing world: national energy strategies

In: International Handbook of Energy Security

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  • Sylvia Gaylord
  • Kathleen J. Hancock

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This Handbook brings together energy security experts to explore the implications of framing the energy debate in security terms, both in respect of the governance of energy systems and the practices associated with energy security.

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  • Sylvia Gaylord & Kathleen J. Hancock, 2013. "Developing world: national energy strategies," Chapters,in: International Handbook of Energy Security, chapter 10, pages 206-236 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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