Most Recent Research 

Book Chapters
(sole-authored)

“Renewable Energy in Central Asian Economies: Role in Reducing Regional Energy Insecurity” in Energy Insecurity in Asia: Challenges, Solutions, and Renewable Energy. Naoyuki Yoshino, Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Young Ho Chang, and Thai-Ha Le, eds. ADBI Press. 2020.

“Energy Integration in the Eurasian Economic Union: A Preliminary Study on Progress and Policy Implications” in Economies, Politics and Societies in the Post-Communist Countries: Thirty Years since the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Gennadi Kazakevitch and Alexandr Akimov, eds. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. 2020.

“Energy Cooperation and Security in Central Asia: The Possible Synergy between Hydrocarbon Rich and Water Rich Countries” in Achieving Energy Security in Asia: Diversification, Integration, and Policy Implications. Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Naoyuki Yoshino, Young Ho Chang and Aladdin Rillo, eds. Singapore: World Scientific Press, 2019.

“Institutionalisation of the Common Gas Market in the Context of Institutional Evolution of the Eurasian Economic Union” in Energy Policy: Perspectives, Challenges and Future Directions. Sreekanth. K. J., ed. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2018.

“Shifts in Russia's Foreign Energy Strategy” in Energy Security in Northeast Asia. Russia Turning East and Japan’s Future. Tadashi Sugimoto, ed. ERINA Northeast Asian Studies Series - 5. Nihonhyōronsha, 2016 (第3章 『ロシアの対外エネルギー戦略. ロシアのエネルギー政策の変化』「北東アジアのエネルギー安全保障。東を目指すロシアと日本の将来」/杉本 侃 編者. ERINA北東アジア研究叢書-5. 日本評論社.2016. (in Japanese)

 
Articles

NHRE Deployment in Developing Countries (excerpts from a study for Central Asian economies). Scholarly Community Encyclopaedia. Subjects: Geography, Economics. June 19, 2020. https://encyclopedia.pub/item/revision/ad41c5b8cb90b0e11d970bcd89063fc1

Energy Security Along the New Silk Road. Energy Law and Geopolitics in Central Asia by Anatole Boute. Eurasian Geography and Economics. 2020. DOI: 10.1080/15387216.2020.1837647

A double paradox of plenty: renewable energy deployment in Central Asia, Eurasian Geography and Economics, 2020, DOI: 10.1080/15387216.2020.1823868

ユーラシア経済連合:統合の影響の暫定検証 (Yūrashia keizai rengō: Tōgō no eikyō no zantei kenshō. Eurasian Economic Union: A Preliminary Examination of Integration Effects) ロシア・ユーラシアの経済社会 (Roshia yūrashia no keizai to shakai), 2020 (5-6): 42-68 (in Japanese).

Non-Hydropower Renewable Energy in Central Asia: Assessment of Deployment Status and Analysis of Underlying Factors. Energies, 2020, 13, 2963. https://doi.org/10.3390/en13112963

Post-Soviet Integration: Case of Eurasian Economic Union, Waseda Global Forum, 2020, 16: 103-132.

Energy Policies of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan: Case for Energy Security through Cooperation, Waseda Global Forum, 2019, 15: 23-55.

The Common Gas Market of the Eurasian Economic Union: Progress and Prospects for the Institutionalisation. Region. Regional Studies of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, 2018, 7(1): 105–37.

A Comparative Check on Inclusiveness of Economic Growth and Development: Russia vis-à-vis some Post-Soviet Economies. Journal of Siberian and Far Eastern Studies. No. 16, 2017. pp.8-45.

Russia’s Oil and Gas for Northeast Asian Markets: Means and Ways vs Realities. Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics. 5(1), 2017, pp. 34–79.

Inclusive Economic Growth: Comparing Achievements of Russia, Central Asia and Caucasus. Meiji Journal of
Governance Studies. ガバナンス研究  2017, Vol. 13, pp. 91-119.  

External Factors for Russia’s Economic Growth. An Overview of Relevant Theoretical and Empirical Studies. Journal of Siberian and Far Eastern Studies, 2016, No. 14, pp.30-71.

Russia’s Energy Export: Analytical Observations and Some Tentative Prospects. Meiji Journal of Governance Studies. ガバナンス研究  Vol. 12. 2016, pp. 83-98.

Choices to Diversify: EU’s Regulations, Sanctions and Russia’s Gas Policy. Near East University Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. IX, No. 1, 2016, pp. 45-84.

Asian Markets and Russian LNG: Considering Important Trends. Enerji Piyasaları ve Politikaları Enstitüsü Institute for Energy Markets and Policies. EPPEN 15. December 2015.

Shifts in Russia’s Pipeline Gas Policy: An Insight into Premises and Consequences. Journal of Siberian and Far Eastern Studies. No. 12, 2015, pp. 8-43.

Turkish Stream for Russia’s Eurasian Gas Policy. EPPEN Analysis. Institute for Energy Markets and Policies (EPPEN). June 23, 2015.

ウクライナ危機がロシアのエネルギー政策に与える影響:北東アジアでのロシアの天然ガス政策を中心に. [Ukuraina Kiki ga Roshia no Enerugi Seisaku ni Ataeru Eikyou: Hokutou Ajia de no Tennen Gasu Seisaku wo Chuushin ni, The Ukrainian Crisis: Impact on Russia's Energy Policy and Russia's Gas Policy in Northeast Asia] ERINA REPORT. No. 124, June 2015. pp. 21-22, 34 (in Japanese).

Russia’s Pivot to Asia: Rationale, Progress and Prospects for Oil and Gas Cooperation. Region. Regional Studies of Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Vol. 4 No. 1. 2015. pp. 95-128.

Institutional Transformations in Russia’s Gas Policy: Impact of the Ukrainian Crisis. 明治大学専門職大学院ガバナンス研究  (Meiji Daigaku Senmonnsyoku Daigakuin Gabanansu Kenkyuu, Journal of Governance Studies. Graduate School of Governance Studies Meiji University). No.11, 2015. pp. 95 -128.

Russia’s Gas Policy in Asia: The Driving Forces and the Nature of Institutional Changes. International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. II (4), 2014. pp. 60-79.

Russia’s Natural Gas Policy toward Northeast Asia: Rationales, Objectives and Institutions. Energy Policy. 2014. 74. pp. 54-67.

Russia’s Dilemmas about China’s Gas Market. The Northeast Asian Economic Review. Vol. 2, No. 2, 2014, pp. 39-62.
Institutional Dimensions in Russia’s Natural Gas Policy in Northeast Asia: Some Analytical Observations. Meiji Journal of Governance Studies. Vol. 2, 2014. pp.43-68.

Russia’s Hydrocarbons for Northeast Asia: Dynamics and Dilemmas. 明治大学専門職大学院ガバナンス研究  (Meiji Daigaku Senmonnsyoku Daigakuin Gabanansu Kenkyuu, Journal of Governance Studies. Graduate School of Governance Studies Meiji University). No.10, 2014. pp. 139 -178.

Russia’s Oil and Gas in Northeast Asia: Institutional Setting and Policy Implications. Geopolitica, Vol. II, No. 2-3, 2013, pp. 135-161.

Russia’s Energy Governance Transitions and Implications for Enhanced Cooperation with China, Japan, and South Korea. Post-Soviet Affairs, 2013 Vol. 29, No. 6, 461–469 (co-authored with Michael Bradshaw).

Japanese Energy Policy after Fukushima. Transition or U-turn? 明治大学専門職大学院ガバナンス研究  (Meiji Daigaku Senmonnsyoku Daigakuin Gabanansu Kenkyuu, Journal of Governance Studies. Graduate School of Governance Studies Meiji University). No. 9 2013. pp. 31-72.

Deregulation of Japanese Electricity Market after Fukushima. Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence. Special Issue Nuclear Law and Policy. Vol. 11, Issue 1, 2013, pp. 1-25.

State Capitalism and Russia's Energy Policy in Northeast Asia. Near East University Journal of Social Sciences, October, Vol.VI, No. 2, 2013, pp.65-123.

Russia’s Energy Governance in Transition: Explaining New Direction. Meiji Journal of Governance Studies. Vol.1, No. 1, April 2013. pp. 49-75.

The Fukushima Fallout: Gauging the Change in Japanese Nuclear Energy Policy. The International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. Vol. 3, Issue 2, 2012. pp. 69-83.

Japan's Pre- and Post-3/11 Energy Policy: Distressing Lessons and Blurred Prospects. Near East University Journal of Social Sciences, October, Vol.V, No. 2, 2012. pp. 94-136.


Working/ Occasional Papers and Reports

Renewable Energy in Central Asian Economies: Role in Reducing Regional Energy Insecurity. ADBI Working Paper 993. Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute. 2019. Available: https://www.adb.org/publications/renewable-energy-central-asian-economies

Can Russia Succeed in Energy Pivoting to Asia? Institute for Energy Markets and Policies. EPPEN 16. January 2016. 38 pg.

Russia’s state capitalism and energy geopolitics of Northeast Asia. Turku School of Economics, Pan European Institute, Finland. Electronic Publications of Pan-European Institute. ISSN 1795 – 5076. 1/2013. 70 pg.

Russia`s Foreign Energy Policy: Paradigm Shifts within the Geographical Context of Europe, Central Eurasia and Northeast Asia/ Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies. IFS Insights. November 2010. 50 pg.

Russia’s Foreign Energy Policy: Norms, Ideas and Driving Dynamics / Turku School of Economics, Pan European Institute, Finland. PEI Electronic Publications 18/2010. 180 pg.


Book Reviews

Elena Shadrina (2020) Energy Security Along the New Silk Road. Energy Law and Geopolitics in Central Asia by Anatole Boute. Eurasian Geography and Economics. DOI: 10.1080/15387216.2020.1837647

Elena Shadrina (2018) Karabchuk, Tatiana, Kazuhiro Kumo and Ekaterina Selezneva (2016) Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present. Palgrave Macmillan. 334p. 比較経済研究第55巻第1号63-66 (in Japanese)

Elena Shadrina (2018) Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present, Population Studies, 72 (2): 279-282.