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Books for Review 160 European Energy and Environmental Law Review August 2021 designed LCRs could produce negative social, human rights and environmental outcomes, and a misalignment of a country’s fiscal policies and global sustainable development goals. These unintended outcomes may ultimately serve as disincentive to foreign participation Karen Makuch* in a country’s energy market. This book outlines the guiding principles of a sustainable and rights-based The following books are available for review for sui- approach – focusing on transparency, accountability, tably qualified readers. gender justice and other human rights issues – to the Local Content and Sustainable Development in Glo- design, application and implementation of LCRs in glo- bal Energy Markets bal energy markets to avoid misalignments: Part of Treaty Implementation for Sustainable Development – Unpacks the relationship among local content, sus- EDITOR: Damilola S. Olawuyi, Hamad Bin Khalifa tainable development, distributive justice, gender jus- University, Doha tice, social license to operate and corporate social DATE PUBLISHED: March 2021 responsibility in energy markets FORMAT: Hardback – Provides a complete survey that covers Africa, Asia, ISBN: 9781108495370 Europe, North America, Latin America, South Amer- Local Content and Sustainable Development in Glo- ica, Australasia and the Middle East bal Energy Markets analyses the topical and contentious – Provides recommendations on the guiding principles issue of the critical intersections between local content of a sustainable and rights-based approach to the requirements (LCRs) and the implementation of sustain- design, application and implementation of LCRs in able development treaties in global energy markets global energy markets including Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America, South America, Australasia and the Middle East While LCRs generally aim to boost domestic value creation and economic growth, inappropriately *Email: k.e.makuch@imperial.ac.uk http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Energy and Environmental Law Review Kluwer Law International

Books for Review

European Energy and Environmental Law Review , Volume 30 (4): 1 – Aug 1, 2021

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Kluwer Law International
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Copyright © 2021 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands
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0966-1646
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160 European Energy and Environmental Law Review August 2021 designed LCRs could produce negative social, human rights and environmental outcomes, and a misalignment of a country’s fiscal policies and global sustainable development goals. These unintended outcomes may ultimately serve as disincentive to foreign participation Karen Makuch* in a country’s energy market. This book outlines the guiding principles of a sustainable and rights-based The following books are available for review for sui- approach – focusing on transparency, accountability, tably qualified readers. gender justice and other human rights issues – to the Local Content and Sustainable Development in Glo- design, application and implementation of LCRs in glo- bal Energy Markets bal energy markets to avoid misalignments: Part of Treaty Implementation for Sustainable Development – Unpacks the relationship among local content, sus- EDITOR: Damilola S. Olawuyi, Hamad Bin Khalifa tainable development, distributive justice, gender jus- University, Doha tice, social license to operate and corporate social DATE PUBLISHED: March 2021 responsibility in energy markets FORMAT: Hardback – Provides a complete survey that covers Africa, Asia, ISBN: 9781108495370 Europe, North America, Latin America, South Amer- Local Content and Sustainable Development in Glo- ica, Australasia and the Middle East bal Energy Markets analyses the topical and contentious – Provides recommendations on the guiding principles issue of the critical intersections between local content of a sustainable and rights-based approach to the requirements (LCRs) and the implementation of sustain- design, application and implementation of LCRs in able development treaties in global energy markets global energy markets including Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America, South America, Australasia and the Middle East While LCRs generally aim to boost domestic value creation and economic growth, inappropriately *Email: k.e.makuch@imperial.ac.uk

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European Energy and Environmental Law ReviewKluwer Law International

Published: Aug 1, 2021

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