Publications

The Center’s research agenda emphasizes an economic and geostrategic approach to key energy policy areas. Current research programs encompass a wide variety of specific studies and topics, focused both on U.S. policy and specific regions around the world. Below is a list of research reports and working papers authored by Center staff and Fellows, ordered by most recent publication date.

Speech/Presentation

David Sandalow
"What do energy innovation and fractals have to do with one another?"
 
This intriguing question was posed by David Sandalow, Inaugural Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy, in his opening remarks as the keynote speaker at the University of Michigan Energy Institute's Fall Symposium. Sandalow used fractals as a theme throughout his discussion on the role energy innovation and research and development can play in energy systems transformations.  
 

Commentary

Jason Bordoff

Jason Bordoff, the Director of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy, released the following statement regarding today's announcement by the Obama Administration proposing standards for future U.S. power plants. Bordoff previously served as Special Assistant to President Obama and Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change on the Staff of the National Security Council.

Speech/Presentation

Energy matters profoundly to U.S. national security and foreign policy. It matters because the availability of reliable, affordable energy is essential to our economic strength at home, which is the foundation for our leadership in the world.

Speech/Presentation

Mayor Bloomberg discusses why a comprehensive energy policy is critical to ensuring a sustainable future a the launch of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy.

Speech/Presentation

Jason Bordoff

http://energypolicy.columbia.edu/blog/impact-escalating-tensions-russia-... Impact of Escalating Tensions with Russia on EU and US Sanctions over Ukraine http://energypolicy.columbia.edu/blog/predicting-when-new-iranian-oil-wi... Predicting when new Iranian oil will begin to flow http://energypolicy.co

Article

Jason Bordoff

Despite what you hear, the Western Hemisphere is not about to become the new Middle East. While the U.S. and Canada are poised to dramatically boost fossil fuel production, countries south of their borders are likely to remain mired in regulatory restrictions and policy unpredictability.

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