Name: Sławomir Raszewski
Position: Senior Research Associate at the King’s College, London; Visiting Professor at the JU
Courses taught at the ISAD program: see USOS
About: Dr Slawomir Raszewski is a London-based author of numerous publications in the field of energy policy and governance, as well as a frequent speaker at international conferences and events, and an energy and security commentator for many media outlets including the BBC. His research interests lie at the intersection of Security and International Political Economy (IPE).
Slawomir’s advisory and consulting experience includes energy policy, risk, and regulation. He has served as a member of European Science and Technology Network on Unconventional Hydrocarbon Extraction at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre.
Slawomir’s previous academic research experience includes working with the ‘Petroleum and Society’ project within the Centre for International Minerals and Energy Law, at the University of Queensland and the ESRC-funded ‘Political Economy of Energy in Europe and Russia’ at the University of Warwick. He is a member of the UK-China Consortium on Shaping the Low Carbon Energy Future, focusing on natural gas policy in the era of low-carbon energy transition.
Slawomir holds a Ph.D from University of Leeds where his research focused on the role of energy transit in the external energy policy of the European Union (EU). He was previously a Republic of Turkey funded visiting research fellow within the Faculty of Political Science (‘Mülkiye’) at the University of Ankara and have completed the Energy Politics and Economics programme convened by the Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy and the Cambridge Centre for Energy Studies. Slawomir is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a graduate of the Jagiellonian University where he earned his first degree in Turkish Studies.
Main academic/research interest:
• Governance of Energy and Natural Resources
• EU, Russia and Turkey
Scientific work (publications, conferences, professional association membership, grants etc.):
The place where I can be met most often when I am not at work: London, UK