Minin and Vlček on Rosatom's external strategy

Nikita Minin and Tomáš Vlček wrote a paper titled "Determinants and considerations of Rosatom’s external strategy" in a peer reviewed academic journal Energy Strategy Reviews.

The authors focus on the operations of Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation stating that despite various considerations affecting the corporation's ambitious external strategy, its interests are economic, and it is economic logic that prompts the company to focus on projects abroad.

Ocelík published in cooperation with Institute of Ecology in Xalpa, Mexico

Petr Ocelík, together with Alfonso Langle-Flores and Octavio Pérez-Maqueo from Institute of Ecology, Xalapa, published a new article titled “The Role of Social Networks in the Sustainability Transformation of Cabo Pulmo: A Multiplex Perspective”.

The research explores multiple social networks that have been forming an opposition movement that successfully protected a marine reserve against the construction of a large-scale touristic resort in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico.

Jirušek and Vlček published an article in prestigious Post-Soviet Affairs

Martin Jirušek and Tomáš Vlček marked a remarkable publication success. Along with James Henderson from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, they published an article titled „Russia's energy relations in Southeastern Europe: an analysis of motives in Bulgaria and Greece“. The article was published in the Post-Soviet Affairs journal, which is indexed in the Web of Science database and counts among the top tier journals within the field.

Vlcek and Drab published an article on nuclear financing

Tomáš Vlček and Tomáš Dráb from the Faculty of Economics and Administration have written a paper published in Central European Political Studies Review with the title "Ways of Financing New Nuclear Constructions and Its Threats".

Financing of nuclear energy is one of the most important - if not the most important determinant of the future development of nuclear energy. The paper analyses the ways of financing new nuclear constructions and offers classification of possible financing models, and, based on such classification, identification of threats attached to these models.

Ocelík, Osička, Zapletalová, Černoch and Dančák published article on radioactive waste repository

Petr Ocelík together with Jan Osička, Veronika Zapletalová, Filip Černoch, and Břetislav Dančák published a new article titled “Local opposition and acceptance of a deep geological repository of radioactive waste in the Czech Republic: A frame analysis.”