Published in «Creative Economy»8 / 2018
DOI: 10.18334/ce.12.8.39284

Harmonization of the energy security concepts in terms of the "Greater Eurasia" concept: theoretical aspects and innovation paradigm

Salygin Valeriy Ivanovich, International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy of MGIMO University, Russia

Mustafinov Ruslan Kamilevich, Board of Trustees of International Energy Policy and Diplomacy Institute (MIEP MGIMO), Russia

Сопряжение концепций энергетической безопасности в формате Большой Евразии: теоретические аспекты и инновационная парадигма - View in Russian

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In the current stage of technological transition states face the necessity to overcome structural imbalances of the energy sector. In Eurasia complex set of challenges triggers the integration processes and reflects on the intertwining of the innovation paradigm and regional infrastructure projects. The “Greater Eurasia“ concept gains impetus at the international level and could potentially address the energy security risks.


energy security, innovation paradigm, the "Greater Eurasia" concept

JEL-Classification: O31, Q43, QA49

Salygin V.I., Mustafinov R.K. (2018). Harmonization of the energy security concepts in terms of the "Greater Eurasia" concept: theoretical aspects and innovation paradigm [Sopryazhenie kontseptsiy energeticheskoy bezopasnosti v formate Bolshoy Evrazii: teoreticheskie aspekty i innovatsionnaya paradigma]. Creative Economy, 12(8). (in Russian). – doi: 10.18334/ce.12.8.39284.

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