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Dr Slawomir Raszewski

Senior Lecturer at Royal Docks School of Business and Law Director at Centre for Innovation Management and Enterprise

Business and Law

Dr Raszewski’s research interests lie at the intersection of international political economy and business strategy.

    Dr Raszewski is Programme Leader on the MSc Oil and Gas Management and an Associate Director for MBA Programmes, leading on the ‘Business Simulation with Professional Development’ module, while also co-convening the ‘Leadership for Sustainability’ module at UG level. Prior to joining the Royal Docks School of Business and Law, he taught in the School of Public Policy, University College London. Dr Raszewski’s research interests lie at the intersection of international political economy and business strategy. He has undertaken research and scholarly activities internationally, including in Alaska, Australia, Azerbaijan, China, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkey. His advisory and consulting experience includes political risk, resource governance and regulation. Slawomir is also an affiliate of the Energy Institute (UK). Dr Raszewski holds a Ph.D from the University of Leeds and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Dr Raszewski welcomes enquiries from motivated and qualified applicants who are interested in PhD study.


    • External examiner (Notingham Trent University)
    • Visiting Professor (Jagiellonian University; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China)

    Overview


    My research areas

    • Energy governance
    • International political economy of oil and gas
    • Energy security
    • Environmental and Social Governance
    • Sustainability, innovation, and low-carbon transition

    Collaborators

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    Research

    Selected publications including books, book chapters, and journal articles

    Books:

    Raszewski, S. (ed) ‘International Political Economy of Oil and Gas’, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2018.
    Raszewski, S. and Umbach, F. ‘Kazakhstan between the Key Energy Demand Centres Europe and Asia – Geo-economic and Geopolitical Dimensions and Implications’, Konrad Adenauer Foundation: Bonn, 2016.

    Book chapters:

    Raszewski, S. ‘Asian Energy Markets: the Impact of Shifting Global Politics', in: P. Crossley & T. Hunter (eds) Handbook of Energy Law, Abingdon: Routledge, 2020.
    Raszewski, S., Nowak, Z. ‘Shifting Russian Energy Geopolitics’, in: P. Crossley & T. Hunter (eds) Handbook of Energy Law. Abingdon: Routledge, 2020.
    Raszewski, S. ‘Emerging Economies and Energy: the Case of Turkey’, in: A. Goldthau, M.F. Keating and C. Kuzemko (eds) Handbook of International Political Economy of Energy and Natural Resources’. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017.
    Raszewski, S. ‘Russian Energy Projects and the Global Climate, Geopolitics and Development Conundrum’, in: R. Leal-Arcas & J. Wouters (eds), Research Handbook on EU Energy Law and Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017, pp. 215-234
    Raszewski, S. ‘Shale Gas Policy in the European Union’, in: T. Hunter (ed) Handbook of Shale Gas Law and Policy, Cambridge: Intersentia, 2016.
    Raszewski, S. ‘Shale Gas and Energy Security’, in: T. Hunter (ed) Handbook of Shale Gas Law and Policy, Cambridge: Intersentia, 2016.
    Raszewski, S., Hunter, T. ‘Australia’s National Interest in Supplying Gas Resources to the Asian Markets’, in: J. Farrar, M. Hiscock and V.I. Lo (eds) Australia's Trade, Investment and Security in the Asian Century, Singapore, London and Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Publishing, 2015.
    Raszewski, S. ‘States over Markets? Development of a Turkish Gas Hub and its Effects on Sustainable Market Development’, in: G. Nodia and C. Stefes (eds) Security, Democracy and Development in the Southern Caucasus and the Black Sea Region, Bern: Peter Lang, 2015.
    Raszewski, S. ‘Delimitation of Competences between Member States and the EU in the External Energy Field: the Case of the Caspian Region’, in: K. Talus, B. Delvaux and M. Hunt (eds) EU Energy Law and Policy Issues: The State and Energy Markets in Search of a Balance, Brussels: Intersentia, 2014.
    Raszewski, S. ‘Security and Economics of Energy in North-East Europe’, in: C. Kuzemko, A.V. Belyi, A. Goldthau and M.F. Keating (eds) Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2012.

    Policy Reports, News Media, Practitioner Publications:

    Raszewski, S. ‘What Are the Prospects for International Energy Markets and the Oil and Gas Industry in the Aftermath of COVID-19?’, Valdai Expert Opinions, 27 July 2020
    Raszewski, S. ‘Crude Oil Price Wars in the Era of Pandemics’, Valdai Expert Opinions, 17 March 2020
    Raszewski, S. ‘Not Business as Usual: OPEC, US Shale, and Russia’, Valdai Expert Opinions, 18 December 2017
    Raszewski, S. ‘To be or not to be? OPEC Summit and the Essence of Decision and Compliance’, Valdai Expert Opinions, 2 December 2016.
    Raszewski, S. with H. Hecking, A. Vatansever and S. Schulte, ‘Options for Gas Supply Diversification for the EU and Germany in the next Two Decades’, The Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne and the European Centre for Energy and Resource Security, Cologne/London, October 2016.
    Raszewski, S. ‘Europe’s Dependency on Russian Gas is not likely to change any time soon’, The Conversation, 1 March 2015.
    Raszewski, S., Hunter, T. ‘Gas and Energy Security Policy in Australia: Japan as a secure Energy Consumer’, Centre for International Minerals and Energy Law Briefing Paper, University of Queensland, 2014.

    Journal Articles:

    ‘State and Substate Oil Trade: The Turkey – Kurdistan Regional Government Deal’ (with V. Özdemir), Middle East Policy Vol. 23, Issue 1, 2016.
    ‘Energy Security Perceptions in Poland and Turkey’, Polish Quarterly of International Affairs Vol. 24, Issue 1, 2015.
    ‘Energy Security or Energy Governance? Legal and Political Aspects of Sustainable Exploration of Shale Gas in Poland’ (with J. Gorski), Journal of Oil, Gas & Energy Law Vol. 12, Issue 3, 2014.

    Publications

    My research on market access has been funded by Directorate-General for Trade, European Commission (TRADE18/H1/H10).

    Funding



    Interests

    I teach a wide range of modules including:

    • Innovation and the Sustainable Organisation
    • Oil and Gas Management
    • Leadership for Sustainability
    • Innovation, Sustainability and Transition in the Oil and Gas Sector
    • Business Simulation with Professional Development

    Portfolio

    My curriculum has been co-developed and co-delivered with the industry and benefits from problem-based learning and unique industry case study materials that supplement traditional teaching methods (directed and self-directed learning).

    Research-informed teaching is embedded in my practice. It draws on UEL’s commitment to employability as ‘the Careers-led University’ and combines the research-led and the careers-led dimensions as a unique, hybrid teaching practice model in its own right. In the past few years I have engaged the model through a sustained increase in student engagement with business research and practice. Students have benefited from dedicated events as part of the teaching curriculum meeting with researchers and practitioners drawn from a range of public and private organisations including Aberdeen University, BP, Equinor, HSBC, IHS Markit, Standard and Poor’s Platts, and Wood Mackenzie. My hybrid model of research-careers-led teaching has been recognised by UEL’s Vice-Chancellor and President with a prize for significant impact in ‘Careers-led Teaching and Learning’ in June 2020.

    Teaching