1 Dr. Michael Carnegie LaBelle Assistant Professor, Central European University CEU Business School and Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, Frankel Leó út 34, Budapest, Last update: October 20, 2014 A. Education Ph.D. in Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, UK Dissertation: Powering the Deregulation of Electricity: The (Re)Organization of Space and Scale through Neoliberal Regulations. Examines electricity deregulation in Michigan and Wisconsin, assesses political-economic and spatial strategies of energy companies and the US Federal Government. Learning emphasis: Political-economic geography, qualitative methods, U.S. regional and national energy policy M.Sc. in Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, UK Thesis: The Divorce of the Hungarian Nation from its Territory: Globalization and Regionalization in East Central Europe. Examines Hungarian nationalism and reintegration of the Diaspora. Learning emphasis: Economic geography, nature and society, philosophy, urban and regional policy, and qualitative methods B.A. in Geography & International Studies cum laude, University of Minnesota Duluth Learning emphasis: Cultural geography, economic geography, geographic thought, public land policy, and Russian studies International Relations, Michigan State University Learning emphasis: International security and Russian 1/1994 6/1994 Certificate in International Relations, Umeå University, Sweden Learning emphasis: International organizations and the Cold War A.A. in Communications and Speech, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, MI Learning emphasis: Journalism, economics, and biology B. Professional Experience 8/2012 present Assistant Professor, Central European University Business School and Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, Budapest, Hungary 2/2012 7/2012 Program Developer, Innovation and Sustainability Central European University, Business School, Budapest, Hungary 4/2011 2/2012 Research Project Manager, Central European University, Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy, Budapest, Hungary Develop and manage research projects; provide support to junior researchers; oversee center s budget 1/2010 4/2011 Independent Consultant, Limax Energy, Budapest, Hungary Consultant on energy market and regulatory studies; project development 5/ /2009 Research Associate, Corvinus University of Budapest, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK), Budapest, Hungary Research energy policies and regulations; proposal writing and project coordination; instructor on specialized energy regulatory courses 2004 Researcher, West of England Strategic Partnership, Bristol, UK Analyze competitiveness of economic sectors in South West England
2 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 2 of 15 C. Scholarly Activities 1. PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS LaBelle, Michael, "The Diffusion Pathways of Regulatory Knowledge: A case study of the establishment of a transnational network for energy regulatory governance," special issue, edited by Michael Keating, Journal of Balkan and Near East Studies, accepted, forthcoming 2015 LaBelle, Michael, and Andreas Goldthau. Governance of Unconventional Gas in Bulgaria: From Exploration to Bust. Edited by Philip Andrews-Speed. Oil, Gas & Energy Law Journal, The Governance of Unconventional Gas Development Outside the United States of America, 12, no. 3 (June 2014): LaBelle, Michael, and Andreas Goldthau. Escaping the Valley of Death? Comparing Shale Gas Technology Policy Prospects to Nuclear and Solar in Europe. The Journal of World Energy Law & Business, December 18, 2013, jwt020. doi: /jwelb/jwt020 LaBelle, Michael. Constructing Post-Carbon Institutions: Assessing EU carbon reduction efforts through an institutional risk governance approach. Energy Policy, no. 40 (2012): Pachauri, Shonali, Diana Urge-Vorsatz, and Michael LaBelle Synergies between Energy Efficiency and Energy Access Policies and Strategies. Global Policy, May Jankauskas, Vidmantas and Michael LaBelle. Comparison of Electricity Distribution Privatization in Bulgaria, Romania and Lithuania. (in Lithuanian) Energetika 55, no. 2 (2009): LaBelle, Michael. Expanding opportunities: Strategic buying of utilities in new EU member states. Energy Policy 37, no. 11 (2009): BOOKS, CHAPTERS AND EDITED VOLUMES LaBelle, Michael. Climate Change and Post-Carbon Economy: Innovation through Shale Gas. In Free Market in Its Twenties: Modern Business Decision Making in Central and Eastern Europe, Budapest, Hungary: CEU Press, LaBelle, Michael, and Horwitch, Mel, the Breakout of Energy Innovation, in Handbook of Global Energy Policy editor Andreas Goldthau, Wiley Blackwell Publishers, LaBelle, Michael, and Kaderják, Péter, eds. Impact of the 2004 Enlargement on the EU Energy Sector. Budapest: Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Corvinus University of Budapest, LaBelle, Michael. Introduction to Impact of the 2004 Enlargement on the EU Energy Sector, edited by Michael LaBelle and Péter Kaderják, Budapest: Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Corvinus University of Budapest, Cameron, Peter., Hakvoort, Rudi., LaBelle, Michael., Orban, Anita., Szőcs Gábor., and Szőcs, Mihály. Market Opening and Competition. In Impact of the 2004 Enlargement on the EU Energy Sector, edited by Michael LaBelle, Péter Kaderják, Budapest: Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Corvinus University of Budapest, Gonzalez, Pedro, LaBelle, Michael, Lupano, Leonardo, Potoschnig, Alberto, and Salto, Mariano. Regulatory Framework and Implementation Capacity. In Impact of the 2004 Enlargement on the EU Energy Sector, edited by Michael LaBelle, Péter Kaderják, Budapest: Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Corvinus University of Budapest, 2008.
3 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 3 of 15 LaBelle, Michael, and Kaderják, Péter, eds. Towards More Integration of Central and Eastern European Energy Markets. Budapest: Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Corvinus University of Budapest, LaBelle, Michael. Barriers Preventing Cooperation and Coordination in Central and Eastern Europe s Electricity Sector. In Towards More Integration of Central and Eastern European Energy Markets, edited by Michael LaBelle and Péter Kaderják, Budapest: Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Corvi nus University of Budapest, PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS LaBelle, Michael. Governance and Innovation in Polish Shale Gas: Institutions Stretching and Conforming to Challenger Technologies. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Social Sciences, Department of Organizational Sociology and Innovation Studies, Stuttgart, Germany, (reviewed at workshop) LaBelle, Michael Digital Electricity Space: Neoliberalism and energy saving capital, Workshop. Constructing and contesting spaces for low -carbon energy innovation, School of Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology, November 26-28, 2013 (peer reviewed) LaBelle, Michael, and Andreas Goldthau. Governance of Unconventional Gas in Bulgaria: From Exploration to Bust. Governance of Unconventional Gas: Exploring How to Deliver Transparent Benefits in Non-OECD Countries, Learning Symposium, World Bank, Washington DC, 2-3 June, 2014 (peer reviewed) Goldthau, Andreas and Michael LaBelle. Regulating a Nascent Sector. Explaining diverging shale gas policies in Bulgaria and Poland. European Consortium for Political Research, General Conference, Sciences Po, Bordeaux, France, September 4-7, 2013 (peer reviewed) LaBelle, Michael, and Andreas Goldthau. Doomed to Fail? Assessing the Policy Prospects of Shale Gas Technology. In Energy Transitions of Energy Markets at National, European and International Levels, PEEER conference University of Eastern Finland, (peer reviewed) Andreas Goldthau and Michael LaBelle. Regulating a Nascent Sector: Explaining Diverging Shale Gas Policies in Bulgaria and Poland. Budapest, Hungary, GR:EEN Case Study Integrity Forum on European Public Policy and Governance Central European University, Budapest, October 2012 (peer reviewed) Goldthau, Andreas, and Michael LaBelle. Regulating a Nascent Sector: Explaining Diverging Shale Gas Policies in Bulgaria and Poland. In Networke d Learning in Transnational Governance: GR:EEN Second Annual Conference. Warwick, UK, (peer reviewed) LaBelle, M. Electricity Post-Privatization: Initial Lessons Learned in South East Europe. Conference paper for International Conference on the European Energy Market, Leuven, Belgium, May 27-29, 2009 (peer reviewed) LaBelle, M. Riding the Electric Currents to Greater Regional Cooperation: Key electricity actors perceptions of market reforms in east and central Europe. Conference paper for the European Electricity Market Challenge of the Unification, EEM-06, Technical University of Lodz, Warsaw, May 2006 (peer reviewed) LaBelle, M. Plowing the Regulatory Landscape in the Dark: The reality of breaking down monopolies and creating competitive space in the Midwest. Conference paper for the joint Royal Geographical Society and the International Geographical Union annual conference, Glasgow, (peer reviewed)
4 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 4 of WORK IN PROGRESS LaBelle, M. Digital Electricity Space: Neoliberalism and smart energy markets, Energy Strategy Reviews, Submitted October 16, 2014 LaBelle, M. Governance of the Polish Shale Gas Revolution: Investment risks in an Innovation Wasteland, Journal Environment and Planning C: Government and Planning, Major revisions requested, resubmitted, October 2014 Goldthau, A. and LaBelle, M. The Power of Energy Regimes and Participatory Governance. Explaining diverging shale gas policies in Bulgaria and Poland, Journal of Public Policy, Major revisions requested, resubmitted, September 2014 LaBelle, M. Pitfalls of Shale Gas Exploration in Poland in Risks, Rewards and Regulation of Unconventional Natural Gas edited by R. Quentin Grafton, Ian Cronshaw and Michal Moore, forthcoming 2015 LaBelle, M. Institutional Misfits in Polish Shale Gas in Managing Environmental Risks from the Shale Industry: A Comparison of Policies Worldwide, edited by Shanti Gamper-Rabindran, forthcoming, 2015/16 LaBelle, M. National Innovation Capacity and Energy Challengers in Sustainable Energy Environments, in Delivering Energy Law and Policy in the EU and the US, edited by Raphael Heffron and Gavin Little, forthcoming - summer 2015 LaBelle, M. Expectations of Investors, Actions of Politicians and EU failure" in Energy Law and Energy Infrastructure Development for a Low -Carbon World,' edited by Raphael Heffron, Darren McCauley, Angus Johnston, and Stephen Tromans QC to be published by Cambridge University Press, end of 2015/early REFEREE FOR JOURNALS Energy Policy, Energy Strategy Reviews, 2013 Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS, POSITIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS 2014 Board member, Canadian Chamber of ommerce (to be confirmed) 2014 Climate Kic, Pioneers into Practice. One month long internship hosting a research assistant. July 2014, Anne-Marie Roth and September 2014, Joaquim Vilarinho 2/2013 present Committee member of Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, CEU Business School 11/2011 present Member of Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network, Atlantic Council of the United States Study tour: American perspectives on energy and climate policy and innovation, study tour focused on shale gas and energy efficiency, the trip included stops in Denver, Boulder, Colorado; San Francisco, Stanford University and Sacramento, California. Study tour: Energy Efficiency study tour in London and Aberdeen, United Kingdom. 7/2011 present Geopolitical Energy Analyst, Natural Gas Europe, London School of Economics, CARR Deutsche Bank Travel Fund, University of Bristol Postgraduate Scholarship, 9,000 pa + tuition
5 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 5 of University of Bristol International Student Scholarship, 2,000 pa 2002 Worldwide University Network (WUN) scholarship to University of Wisconsin for 3 months research fellowship 2, University of Minnesota, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, $1, PRESENTATIONS: CONFERENCE, WORKSHOP AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS 2015 LaBelle, M. The (Un)Certainty in Polish Shale Gas, Managing Risks in the Shale Industry: A Comparison of Policies Worldwide, University of Pittsburgh, March 17 20, LaBelle, M. Session Moderator, Green Business Forum, EUCham, Budapest, November 24, 2014 LaBelle, M. National Innovation: Competition & Conflict in new energy technologies, CEU Business School InfoSession, November 6, 2014 LaBelle, M. Governance and Innovation in Polish Shale Gas: Institutions Stretching and Conforming to Challenger Technologies, GR:EEN Case Study Integrity Forum on Europe and the New Security Agenda Human Security and Energy Security, Central European University, Budapest, October 23, 2014 LaBelle, M. National Innovation Environments: Fostering energy innovation in the CEE region, Innotrends Hungary, National Innovation Office of Hungary, October 17, 2014 LaBelle, M. Governance and Innovation in Polish Shale Gas: Institutions Stretching and Conforming to Challenger Technologies. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Social Sciences, Department of Organizational Sociology and Innovation Studies, Stuttgart, Germany, LaBelle, M. and Goldthau, A. Governance of Unconventional Gas in Bulgaria: From Exploration to Bust. Governance of Unconventional Gas: Exploring How to Deliver Transparent Benefits in Non-OECD Countries, Learning Symposium, World Bank, Washington DC, 2-3 June, 2014 LaBelle, M. The Social License to Renewable Power? Energy Security and bad Russian habits, Antal Jozsef Summer School,Budapest July 16, 2014 Climate Change and the Impacts of Green Buildings, Climate Kic, June 17, 2014 LaBelle, M. moderated and presented at United in Diversification? Implications of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict on Central and Eastern Europe s Gas Supply, CEU gas roundtable, May 17, 2014 LaBelle, M. and Goldthau, A. Governance of Unconventional Gas in Bulgaria: From Exploration to Bust. Governance of Unconventional Gas: Exploring How to Deliver Transparent Benefits in Non-OECD Countries, Learning Symposium, World Bank, Washington DC, 2-3 June, 2014 LaBelle, M. Energy and Sustainability in Central Eastern Europe, Somaiya University, Mumbai, India, February 28, 2014 LaBelle, M. Risks and Angst in Polish Shale Gas: Innovation and risk governance in deploying fracking technology, Phd seminar, Environmental Sciences and Policy; Energy Policy Research Group, January 30, 2014, Central European University
6 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 6 of LaBelle, M. Digital Electricity Space: Neoliberalism and energy saving capital, Workshop. Constructing and contesting spaces for low-carbon energy innovation, School of Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology, November 26-28, 2013 LaBelle, M. Building a Two Track Energy Europe: Smart policies for the west political policies for the east, German Development Institute, Bonn Germany, November 29, 2013 LaBelle, M. The Russian Rock: Re-landscaping CEE energy (in)dependence, presented at Energy Security and Diplomacy in 2013, Conference organized by National University of Public Service and Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest, Hungary Aug. 26, Goldthau, A. and LaBelle, M. The Power of Energy Regimes and Participatory Governance. European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), 7th General Conference, Bordeaux, France 4-7, September LaBelle, M. Climate Change Risks and Business Opportunities, The Journey: Climate Kic, Tihany, Hungary, August 28, 2013 LaBelle, M. The political-price squeeze: Destruction of Central Europe's FDI Energy System, QS World MBA Tour Istanbul, October 5, 2013 LaBelle, M. The Russian Rock: Re-landscaping CEE energy (in)dependence, National University of Public Service in co-operation with the Hungarian Institute of International International conference, Energy Security and Diplomacy in 2013, August 26, 2013 LaBelle, M. Roundtable Discussion. presented at the World Sustainable Energy Forum, Vienna, June 10, LaBelle, M. Expectations of Investors, Actions of Politicians and - EU Failure? Presented at the Policy Deliver on Low Carbon Energy Generation Infrastructure in the UK, University of Sterling, April 5, Goldthau, A. and LaBelle, M. Doomed to Fail? Assessing the Policy Prospects of Shale Gas Technology, Energy Transitions of Energy Markets at National, European and International Levels, PEEER conference University of Eastern Finland, April 3, LaBelle, M. Enemy of the Same: The Second Generation of Sustainability, presented at the Global Supply Chain Forum, CEU Business School, Central European University Business School, February 22, LaBelle, M. Shale Gas in CEE: Fracking to Reduce Risks. presented at the Energy Risk Central and Eastern Europe (industry conference), Budapest, Hotel Novotel, November 6, LaBelle, M. and Goldthau, A. Regulating a Nascent Sector: Explaining Diverging Shale Gas Policies in Bulgaria and Poland. In Networked Learning in Transnational Governance: GR:EEN Second Annual Conference. Warwick, UK, November 12, LaBelle, M. and Andreas G. Regulating a Nascent Sector: Explaining Diverging Shale Gas Policies in Bulgaria and Poland. Budapest, Hungary, October 18, LaBelle, M. Citizens petitions on shale gas extraction in Bulgaria and Poland, Workshop onthe exploration and exploitation of shale gas in the Europ ean Union and its impact on the environment and the energy policy, from the perspective of petitions received, Committee on Petitions, European Parliament, Directorate General FOR Internal Policies Policy Department C: Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs Brussels, October 9, 2012
7 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 7 of LaBelle, M. Session participant, European Interest in Central Asia: Energy, The EU and Central Asia: Partners in Stability, Manfred Worner Foundation, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Nov , 2011 LaBelle, M. Session participant, Common and Individual Challenges, Integration of Third-Country National Researchers, National Health Insurance Fund, Budapest, Hungary, Nov , 2011 LaBelle, M. Keynote speaker, EU-US Summit on Science, Technology and Sustainable Economic Growth, Brussels, Belgium, Sept. 29, 2011 LaBelle, M. Session commentator, After Fukushima Consequences for the Energy Mix in Europe, 21st Economic Forum, Krynica Zdroj, Poland, Sept. 7-9, 2011 LaBelle, M. Debate participant, Should Europe s Energy Future Inc lude Nuclear Power? Common Sense Society, Budapest, Hungary, June 15, LaBelle, M. Session moderator, Modernisation of the Energy Sector in Central Europe, 5 th Energy Forum, Sopot Poland, Nov. 9-11, 2010 LaBelle, M. Breaking the Carbon Lock: Reaching zero carbon by 2050, 5 th Energy Forum, Sopot Poland, Nov. 9-11, 2010 LaBelle, M. Reaching Zero Carbon by 2050: Institutional and market risks, CEE Energy 2010, Budapest, Hungary Sep. 30-Oct 1, 2010 LaBelle, M. Risk Governance and Technologies: Associated risks in the transition to an EU post carbon society, PACT Mid-Term Assessment Workshop, European Commission, Research Directorate-General, Brussels, Belgium, May 17-18, LaBelle, M. Electricity Post-Privatization: Initial Lessons Learned in South East Europe, International Conference on the European Energy Market, Leuven, Belgium, May 27-29, LaBelle, M. Unifying Regional Interests for a Cooperative, Competitive and Sustainable Future, Romania Hungary: Cooperation towards Common Electricity Projects with Regional Impact Conference, Budapest, November 7, LaBelle, M. Session moderator, Romania Hungary: Cooperation towards Common Electricity Projects with Regional Impact Conference, Budapest, November 7, 2008 LaBelle, M. Generation Market Modeling and Interviews on Integration in the SEE region, Southeast Europe Regional Electricity Market Monitoring Pilot Project Design Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, February 25, LaBelle, M. Study on the effect of the 2004 enlargement of the European Union in the area of energy- Business Perspectives, Feedback session, European Commission, Brussels, Sept LaBelle, M. Riding the Currents to Regional Cooperation and Coordination in the CEE region: moving forward, Closing Conference Central and Eastern European Energy Market (C3EM) Project, September 2006.
8 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 8 of 15 LaBelle, M. Key Electricity Actors Perceptions of Market Reforms in East and Central Europe, The European Electricity Market Challenge of the Unification, EEM-06, Technical University of Lodz, Warsaw, May 2006 LaBelle, M. Getting the Current Flowing in Regional Cooperation and Coordination in CEE Countries, Joint RTE-MAVIR Workshop for Transmission System Operators, Budapest, May LaBelle, M. Conference moderator, for The Future of Nuclear Power in Central and Eastern Europe conference, Paks Nuclear Power Plant and Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Budapest, October LaBelle, M. The Spatial and Scale (Re)Organization of Electricity Marke ts in the US: A case study of Michigan, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Lecture Series, October LaBelle, M. The Shifting Landscape of US Electricity Deregulation: the reality of breaking down monopolies and creating competitive space in t he Midwest, Royal Geographical Society annual conference, London, August LaBelle, M. The English Patient: Diagnosing the geography of the University of Bristol, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Afternoon Lecture Series, March LaBelle, M. The Regulatory Exchange of High Voltage Neoliberalism: The Uneven deregulation of the US electricity sector, London School of Economics, Risk and Regulation Research Student Conference, September LaBelle, M. Plowing the Regulatory Landscape in the Dark: the reality of breaking down electric monopolies in the US and creating neoliberal markets, Royal Geographical Society and the International Geographical Union annual conference, Glasgow, August LaBelle, M. Powering Electricity Deregulation: a comparative case study of Michigan and Wisconsin, University of Bristol, Research Seminar, March LaBelle, M. The Implosion of the US Energy Sector: the crisis surrounding the collapse of Enron and other energy traders, University of Nottingham, Economic Geography Research Group, September LaBelle, M. The Separation of the Hungarian Nation: globalization and regionalization in East Central Europe, University of Bristol, Connections Conference, November 2001.
9 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 9 of 15 D. Consulting and Practical Activities 1. CONSULTING PUBLICATIONS LaBelle, M. and Deak, A EU Energy Benchmarking Report: Hungary country study, analysis and recommendations. Directorate General for Energy, European Commission, Brussels, Finished in June 2014, Publication forthcoming LaBelle, M. Citizens petitions on shale gas extraction in Bulgaria and Poland. Committee on Petitions, European Parliament, Directorate General FOR Internal Policies Policy Department C: Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs Brussels, October 9, 2012 LaBelle, Michael. Energy Regulators Regional Association, Assessing a decade of regulatory cooperation. Energy Regulators Regional Association, Budapest LaBelle, M. European Southern Corridor Survey, Limax Energy, Bud apest 2011 Risks and Governance in the Transition Process Towards Post Carbon S ocieties, in Pathways for Carbon Transitions, FP7 Project, Socio-economic factors and actors that shape the post-carbon society, European Commission, European Union. LaBelle, M., Jankauskas, V. Electricity Post-Privatization: Initial Lessons Learned in South East Europe. Report for United States Agency for International Development and National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Washington D.C., LaBelle, M., Mezősi, A., et al. Market Modeling and Market Analysis of Hungary and Romania. Report for private client, Cameron, P., Hakvoort, R., and LaBelle, M., Orban, A., Szőcs G., and Szőcs, M. Report On Market Opening And Competition. In Study on the Impact Of the 2004 Enlargement of the European Union in the Area of Energy. Report for European Commission, Directorate General Energy and Transport, Brussels, Gonzalez, P., LaBelle, M., Lupano, L., Potoschnig, A., and Salto, M. Report On Regulatory Framework And Implementation Capacity. In Study on the Impact Of the 2004 Enlargement of the European Union in the Area of Energy. Report for European Commission, Directorate General Energy and Transport, Brussels, LaBelle, M. Report On South East Europe Cross-Border Anticompetitive Practices in Electricity. Report for United States Agency for International Development and National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Washington D.C. (confidential), LaBelle, M. Assessment of the INOGATE Training Course. Energy Regulators Regional Association, INOGATE Programme, European Commission, Brussels, Kaderják, P., Kiss, A., Kovács, A., LaBelle, M., and Szolnoki, P. INOGATE Training Manual: Regulating our Energy Supply: A prime objective in serving our people. Edited by Michael LaBelle, Energy Regulators Regional Association, INOGATE Programme, European Commission, Brussels, LaBelle, M., ed. INOGATE Training Manual: Regulating our energy supply: A prime objective in serving our people. Written for Energy Regulators Regional Association, INOGATE Programme, European Commission, Brussels, LaBelle, M. The Advanced Engineering Sector in the West of England. Sector analysis in, Leading West Economic Strategy for the West of England. West of England Strategic Partnership, UK, LaBelle, M. The Aerospace Sector in the West of England. Sector analysis in, Leading West Economic Strategy for the West of England, West of England Strategic Partnership, UK, LaBelle, M. Discussion of the Economic Benefits from the Northwest Michigan Regional Energy Action Planners. Discussion paper drafted for Northwestern Michigan Regional Energy Action planners, USA, June 2004.
10 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 10 of WORKING PAPERS Keeping the Upper Hand: A case study of the attempt to make Michigan's electric utilities competitive, REKK Working Paper, Expanding Opportunities: Strategic buying of utilities in new EU Member States, REKK working paper, Regional Barriers Preventing Greater Integration of Central and Eastern Europe's Electricity Market, REKK working paper, ARTICLES IN MEDIA I write a popular blog on the Central European energy sector, LaBelle, Michael. Hungary and Russia Create Gas Deal at Ukraine s Expense, Natural Gas Europe, September 29, LaBelle, Michael. Inter-European Gas Wars: Europe s Pursuit of Energy-Cide. Natural Gas Europe, May 15, european-gas-warseuropes-pursuit-of-energy-cide. LaBelle, Michael. Russia to Benefit from CEE, SEE War of Independence against Western European Owned Utilities. Natural Gas Europe, March 10, LaBelle, M. The War of Energy Independence: Central and South East Europe warms to Russian dependency Natural Gas Europe, Oct. 3, No Nabucco, No Problem. Natural Gas Europe, July 29, LaBelle, M. "The Risks for Shale Gas in Europe: Technology and Avoiding the Frackenstein Label" Natural Gas Europe, Feb. 26, LaBelle, M. Nabucco s bubble bursts, Natural Gas Europe, Jan. 22, LaBelle, M. Baker Study on Geopolitics of European Shale Gas Fails to Rise, Natural Gas for Europe, Aug. 2, LaBelle, M. Shale Gas Offers Diversity Over Game Playing, Natural Gas for Europe, May 17, Nabucco Pipeline Delayed Again, quoted in the Prague Post, May 18, 2011, by Contiguglia, Cat. Prague LaBelle, M. The Winning Edge in Europe s Southern Gas Corridor, Natural Gas for Europe, April 25, LaBelle, M. AGRI: Another Gas Acronym and White Elephant for CEE? Natural Gas for Europe, October 10, LaBelle, M. Hungary s Dual Monarchy turns into Dual Pipelines. Central European University, Energy Security Blog, February 3, Kaderják, P and LaBelle, M. Towards a Regional CEE Market, Platts: Power in Europe, issue 483, McGraw Hill, September 11, 2006.
11 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 11 of QUOTES IN MEDIA Overdorf, Jason. Russia Could Put a Deadly Freeze on Ukraine This Winter. GlobalPost, October 9, gazprom-gas-ukraine-crisis. Kahn, Michael, and Vera Eckert. EU-Russia Gas Duel Deepens with Slovakia Supply Cut, October 1, CEU On Point with Michael LaBelle, Spence, Timothy. Winter Gas Supply Crunch in Europe Unlikely, Experts Say. EnergyPost.eu, September 25, Posaner, Josh. Audit Office Slams Slow Progress on Polish Shale. Natural Gas Daily, Interfax, January 14, Buckens, Marie-Martine. Energy Market: Two Main Camps Emerging: Interview with Michael LaBelle, Assistant Professor, Central European University Business School, Budapest. Europolitique. October 28, Natural Gas Europe. No Nabucco, No Problem. Natural Gas Europe, July 29, Bulgaria Leaves Little Room for Further Power Price Cuts, quoted in Reuters, March 4, 2013, by Kahn, Michael &c2=general. Low Demand, Weak Prices Hit New CEE Power Plant Projects Reu ters. Reuters, March 11, 2013, by Kahn, Michael -powerplants-idusl5n0bbbqc Poland Wages War on Efforts to Save the Climate, quoted in Spiegel Online, December 21, 2012, by Stonington, Joel w.spiegel.de/international/europe/polandstands-in-the-way-of-european-global-warming-efforts-a html. EC raids regional energy firms, quoted in the Prague Post, Oct. 12, 2011, by Contiguglia, Cat. East Europe nuclear plans lose investors, quoted in Reuters, January 26, 2011, by Ilie, Luiza. Bucharest LaBelle, M. Hungarian Presidency prioritises energy security, Personal interview, The Prague Post, November 17,2010, by Cillian O'Donoghue Energy investors seek power projects in SE Europe, quoted in Reuters, June 1, 2010, by Ilie, Luiza. Bucharest Russia s Oil Spat with Belarus, quoted in Reuters News, January 5, 2010, by Baldwin, Chris. London Central Europe, Balkans better set for gas crisis, quoted in Reuters News, November 9, 2009, by Michael Kahn and Anna Mudeva, Prague/Sofia. Czech-Slovak power merger shows region the way, quoted in Reuters News, September 30, 2009, by Michael Kahn and Kwok W. Wan, Prague/London. Balkans must ease controls to draw energy investors, quoted in Reuters News, September 23, 2009, by Ivana Sekularac, Belgrade. LaBelle, M. Independence of regulators is the most important issue, (Bulgarian) Personal interview, UTILITIES Magazine, Uconomics, Sophia, Bulgaria, April 2007.
12 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 12 of RESEARCH PROJECTS AND CONSULTANCIES 1/2014 6/2014 Consultant, LaBelle, M EU Energy Benchmarking Report: Hungary country study, analysis and recommendations. Subcontractor to AF Mercados, Directorate General for Energy, European Commission, Brussels, Finished in June 2014, Publication forthcoming. Only non-af Mercados consultant to participate. 8/2012 9/2012 Consultant, LaBelle, M. Citizens petitions on shale gas extraction in Bulgaria and Poland, Committee on Petitions, European Parliament, Directorate General FOR Internal Policies Policy Department C: Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs Brussels, October 9, /2010 4/2011 Consultant, Energy Regulators Regional Association 10-Year Anniversary Publication, Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA). All CEE/SEE, CIS and selected Middle East countries. Authored booklet examining regulatory knowledge transfer and assessment of association s activities. Conducted 35 interviews with leading regulatory thinkers, conducted survey. 11/2010 4/2011 Researcher, European Southern Corridor Survey, Limax Energy Consulting. Conducted an online survey of energy professionals to assess the perspectives and motivations of various pipeline projects and impact on security of supply. 10/ /2011 Researcher, Pathways for Carbon Transitions, European Commission. European Union. Responsible for creating risk governance assessment for implementing low carbon technologies. Conducted 34 interviews and provided input to modelling exercise. 1/ /2009 Project sub-coordinator, Study On Methodologies for Gas Transmission Network Tariffs and Gas Balancing Fees in Europe, European Commission Directorate-General Energy and Transport. Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. Responsible for coordinating consultants in four countries and with lead consulting company. 5/2008 2/2009 Researcher, Electricity Post-Privatization: Initial Lessons Learned in South East Europe, United States Agency for International Development and National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Bulgaria, Macedonia and Romania. Arranged 27 incountry interviews to identify problematic issues experienced after privatization. Recommended ways to mitigate problems in future privatizations. 4/2008 7/2008 Consultant and project leader, Market Modeling and Market Analysis of Hungary and Romania, private client. Analyzed regulations, legislations and generation markets. Coordinated report development with main contractor and research staff. 10/ /2007 Researcher, Southeast European Market Monitoring Project, United States Agency for International Development and National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Albania, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia. Identified barriers to electricity cross border trade. Conducted interviews and provided recommendations to reduce cross-border electricity trading barriers. Presented results to meeting of national TSOs, regulators and international institutions. 5/2007 9/2007 Editor and co-author, Regulating our Energy Supply: A prime objective in serving our people, INOGATE Training Manual, INOGATE Programme, European Commission, Brussels. Created training booklet for high level staff in energy regulatory agencies and ministries in the Commonwealth of Independent States. Students
13 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 13 of 15 rated the course material 94% essential and 100% related to the topic. 10/2006 Organizer and moderator, Future of Nuclear Power in Central Eastern Europe Conference, Pacs Nuclear Power Plant, Hungary. Determined key discussion topics, identified and invited professional speakers. Moderated sessions. 6/2005 9/2006 Researcher, Central Eastern European Energy Market Project, Hungarian energy companies. Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. Identified energy market barriers in CEE region through questionnaire and 24 in-country interviews. E. Teaching 1. TEACHING Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy 11/ ongoing Energy Challenges in the 21st Century, 1 credit 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Fall 2/2013 ongoing Sustainable Energy Solutions, 2-3 credits 2013 Winter 2b (2 credits) 2014 Winter 2b (3 credits) 4/2013 Energy Policy and Markets, ENVS 5003, 1 credits Winter 2b CEU Business School 4/2012 ongoing Energy Policy, Environment and Management, Joint course offered for CEU Business School and Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, 2 credits 2014 Winter 2b 10/2012 ongoing Resources, Technology and Energy Markets, Fulltime MBA program Fall 2012 Summer /2012 ongoing Collaborating for Green Growth, Summer 2012 (Executive MBA program) Fall 2012 (Fulltime MBA Program) Fall 2013 Fall /2012 Energy Revolution and Eco-Industry, 1.5 credits Winter 2013 Additional Teaching 6/2008 8/2008 Advisor, Yale Bulldogs Abroad Program, advised student Argyris Tsiaras for a summer research internship, his report: The New Great Game and Dominance in Eastern Europe: Nabucco versus South Stream 7/2008 Instructor, Regulatory Benchmarking in the EU, Central European University Summer School, Energy Regulators Regional Association Training, Budapest; course evaluation balance between theory and practice - 84%; overall satisfaction - 82% 7/2007 Instructor, Regulatory Benchmarking in the EU, Central European University Summer School, Energy Regulators Regional Association
14 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 14 of 15 Training, Budapest, July 2007 course evaluation balance between theory and practice - 82%; overall satisfaction - 82% 2/2007 Instructor, Regulatory Benchmarking in the EU, Energy Regulators Regional Association Training, Introduction to Energy Regulation, Budapest; course evaluation clarity of teaching -84%; quality of teaching - 82% 3/2007 3/2007 E-learning administrator, Price, Regulation and Tariff online course, Energy Regulators Regional Association, Budapest; 6 week online course for students in Central Asia, Middle East and Central Eastern Europe 10/2002 5/2004 Geography Tutor, University of Bristol, UK Taught students core concepts in Geography and how to analyze journal articles; Emphasis on Nature and Society and Political- Economic Geography 10/2002 5/2004 Geography Teaching Assistant, Geographic Methods, University of Bristol, UK Aided students in developing methodological approaches to qualitative research studies, including archival research, history of maps, urban landscapes and questionnaire design F. STUDENT ADVISING PhD Supervision: Primary Supervisor for PhD Candidates: Sergi Moles Grueso, Efficient Buildings: Aims or means in local energy governance? Friederike Cossey, Water and Society: The social construction of water and the debate around CSG extraction in Greater Sydney Secondary Supervisor for: Aniko Dobi-Rozsa Mukesh Gupta Masters Thesis Supervisor Aaron Perry (Thesis completed with distinction), 2014 Umashree Pancholy, 2014 Pastoral supervision: Pastoral supervisor for MBA students and Environmental Sciences and Policy students G. UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL AND DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE 4/2012 present Committee Member of Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, CEU Business School 8/2012 present CEU Business School recruitment activities o CEU Business School Info-Session Presentations: Nov. 2014, May 2014, March 2014, Jan. 2013, Fall o Recruitment trips: Vienna, Nov. 2012; Croatia, Feb. 2013; Istanbul Oct. 2013, o CEU Business School Events 9/2012 present Compile MESPOM and 1 year MSc Syllabi into course programme gu ide each term 12/2012 Organized Business School Roundtable Attend Balaton retreat for new Environmental Sciences and Policy students 10/ present Faculty advisor for Energy Policy and Research Group (EPRG) o Organized with student assistance the United in Diversification? Implications of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict on Central and Eastern Europe s Gas Supply, CEU gas roundtable, May 17, The event received widespread coverage in the Hungarian media, 8 Hungarian media outlets
15 Michael Carnegie LaBelle Page 15 of 15 o reported and the event and around a dozen diplomats attended the event, in addition to the CEU community. In the 2014/2015 student interest is high, and EPRG is expanding to students and alumni in the CEU Business School. H. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 7/2013 & 2/2014 Attended Harvard Business School, Global Colloquium on Participant - Centered Learning, July 21-27, 2013
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