Energy market integration in East Asia: a regional public goods approach

The Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) is sponsoring a series of studies on the potential for energy market integration across East Asia, from New Zealand in the south to Korea in the north. Philip Andrews-Speed undertook a study which applied the idea of regional public goods to energy cooperation and market integration.

The research was completed by the end of July 2011, so that the main findings could be available for the Energy Ministers’ meeting in September 2011.

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International energy and resources policy, with a focus on China