James Haselip
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Assessing the uptake of small-scale photovoltaic electricity production in Argentina: the PERMER project
R Alazraki, J Haselip
Journal of Cleaner Production 15 (2), 131-142, 2007
The environmental and socioeconomic performance of multinational mining companies in the developing world economy
G Hilson, J Haselip
Minerals & Energy-Raw Materials Report 19 (3), 25-47, 2004
Post-neoliberal electricity market ‘re-reforms’ in Argentina: Diverging from market prescriptions?
J Haselip, C Potter
Energy policy 38 (2), 1168-1176, 2010
Winners and losers from industry reforms in the developing world: experiences from the electricity and mining sectors
J Haselip, G Hilson
Resources Policy 30 (2), 87-100, 2005
Electricity market reform in Argentina: assessing the impact for the poor in Buenos Aires
J Haselip, I Dyner, J Cherni
Utilities Policy 13 (1), 1-14, 2005
Financing energy SMEs in Ghana and Senegal: Outcomes, barriers and prospects
J Haselip, D Desgain, G Mackenzie
Energy Policy 65, 369-376, 2014
Non-financial constraints to scaling-up small and medium-sized energy enterprises: Findings from field research in Ghana, Senegal, Tanzania and Zambia
J Haselip, D Desgain, G Mackenzie
Energy Research & Social Science 5, 78-89, 2015
Transparency, consultation and conflict: Assessing the micro‐level risks surrounding the drive to develop Peru's Amazonian oil and gas resources
J Haselip
Natural Resources Forum 35 (4), 283-292, 2011
The uptake and diffusion of solar power in Africa: Socio-cultural and political insights on a rapidly emerging socio-technical transition
D Ockwell, R Byrne, UE Hansen, J Haselip, I Nygaard
Energy research & social science 44, 122-129, 2018
Diffusion of renewable energy technologies: Case studies of enabling frameworks in developing countries
J Haselip, I Nygaard, U Hansen, E Ackom
Technology Transfer Perspectives Series, UNEP Risø Centre, Denmark, 145, 2011
Governance, enabling frameworks and policies for the transfer and diffusion of low carbon and climate adaptation technologies in developing countries
J Haselip, UE Hansen, D Puig, S Trærup, S Dhar
Climatic Change 131 (3), 363-370, 2015
Renegotiating electricity contracts after an economic crisis and currency devaluation: the case of Argentina
J Haselip
The Electricity Journal 18 (3), 78-88, 2005
Peru's Amazonian oil and gas industry: risks, interests and the politics of grievance surrounding the development of block 76, Madre de Dios
J Haselip, BM Romera
International Development Planning Review 33 (1), 1-27, 2011
The Globalisatiion of Utilities Liberalisation: Impacts Upon the Poor in Latin America
J Haselip
Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, 2004
Housing, security, and employment in post-neoliberal Buenos Aires
MC Benwell, J Haselip, JA Borello
Latin American Perspectives 40 (2), 146-167, 2013
The true cost of using traditional fuels in a humanitarian setting. Case study of the Nyarugusu refugee camp, Kigoma region, Tanzania
M Rivoal, JA Haselip
Barriers to the transfer of low-carbon electricity generation technologies in four Latin American countries
D Desgain, J Haselip
Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy 10 (4), 348-360, 2015
Getting on the ground: Exploring the determinants of utility-scale solar PV in Rwanda
J Rodriguez-Manotas, PL Bhamidipati, J Haselip
Energy Research & Social Science 42, 70-79, 2018
FIT for use everywhere? Assessing experiences with renewable energy feed-in tariffs
J Haselip
Diffusion of renewable energy technologies, 89, 2011
South-South Development Cooperation and Soft Power. The case of Brazil's foreign policy and technical cooperation
S Bry
DTU Management Engineering, 2014
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