by Bingxuan Wu & Xiying Li
Bingxuan Wu & Xiying Li, Energy Law Under Incredible Shortage: Review on the Perspective of Institutional Structure, Winter 2021 Int’l J. L. Ethics Tech. 90(2021).
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55574/DSVQ9732
Author Information: Bingxuan Wu, Student, KoGuan School of Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Xiying Li, Student, KoGuan School of Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Abstract: In 2021, the global energy shortage affected nearly every country around the
world, and it took place quite suddenly. Desperation spread among people suffering
from COVID-19. Many were seeking a reasonable explanation for this puzzling
circumstance. This led to increasing attention on the energy market, a topic now
heatedly discussed by scholars, and legal regulation has become one of the most
common aspects to examine. This article will present the current outcomes of the
analysis of this aspect through a comprehensive perspective of institutional structure,
drawing on thoughts from economics, politics, international law, and law doctrine. A
deduction will be made from these ideas to help analyze the formation, developing
tendencies, and ideal design of energy institutions, as well as the derivation of their
structure. Paths from global transitions will be applied and will certainly address human
rights concerns simultaneously.
Keywords: energy market, legal regulation, institutional structure
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