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Department of Sociology and Political Science Norwegian University of Science and Technology 7491 Trondheim Norway
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Espen Moe

Associate Professor

Background and activities

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications

Books

  • Moe, Espen; Midford, Paul. (2014) The Political Economy of Renewable Energy and Energy Security: Common Challenges and National Responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe. Palgrave Macmillan. 2014. ISBN 9781137338860.
  • Moe, Espen. (2011) The Importance of Cohesion. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.. 2011. ISBN 978-1-61470-686-1.
  • Moe, Espen. (2007) Governance, Growth and Global Leadership: The role of the state in technological progress, 1750-2000. Ashgate. 2007. ISBN 978-0-7546-5743-9.

Part of book/report

  • Guo, Jiangwen; Zusman, Eric; Moe, Espen. (2014) Enabling China's Low-Carbon Transition: The 12th Five-Year Plan and the Future Climate Regime. The Political Economy of Renewable Energy and Energy Security: Common Challenges and National Responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe.
  • Moe, Espen. (2014) Introduction. The Political Economy of Renewable Energy and Energy Security: Common Challenges and National Responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe.
  • Moe, Espen. (2014) Vested Interests, Energy Policy and Renewables in Japan, China, Norway and Denmark. The Political Economy of Renewable Energy and Energy Security: Common Challenges and National Responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe.
  • Moe, Espen. (2012) The Public Sphere as a Catalyst for Economic Growth and Development: Early Industrial Revolution - Great Britain vs. France. Progress in Economics Research. Volume 25.
  • Moe, Espen. (2011) Cohesion, Growth and Development since the Industrial Revolution. Theories and Effects of Economic Growth.
  • Moe, Espen. (2009) The Norwegian Energy-Industrial Complex: The Rise of Renewables, or All About Oil?. Political economy of energy in Europe: forces of integration and fragmentation.