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Title: International Norms, Policy Transfers and Energy Transition: Implications for Taiwan's Development
Authors: 鄭方婷
Cheng, Fang-Ting
Contributors: Issues & Studies
Keywords: Policy transfers ;policy learning ;renewable energy ;energy transition ;climate change
Date: 2021-12
Issue Date: 2022-04-11 09:09:05 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The development of renewable energy policies in Taiwan has been thoroughly discussed from political, economic, social, industrial and environmental perspectives. Energy policies, particularly those adopted by the United Nations (UN) and other international organizations, have influenced both (1) the decision-making process of energy policies such as action plans, programs and (2) the transition to renewable energies. This paper argues that the transfer of global environmental and energy policies serves as the mechanism behind Taiwan's efforts to expand renewable energy production. These global policies have so far been practiced by international organizations through agreements designed to combat climate change, achieve sustainable development goals (SDGs), and reduce fossil fuel subsidies. This paper examines renewable energy policies and legislation in Taiwan through the lens of policy transfers, an area which has not been fully explored in previous research.
Relation: Issues & Studies, 57(4), 2150016(1-29)
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.1142/S1013251121500144
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