Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
Juergen Braunstein is a research fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center, where he works on the Geopolitics of Energy Project. His research focuses on the drivers as well as consequences of the green energy “revolution” for the global energy composition and its implications for existing and future interstate relations. Prior to that Juergen coordinated the “New Climate Economy Special Initiative” on financing the urban transition under the leadership of Nicholas Stern and Felipe Calderon at the London School of Economics (LSE) Cities. Juergen is the author of Capital Choices: Sectoral Politics and the Variation of Sovereign Wealth (University of Michigan Press, 2019). He has a B.A. from the University of Vienna and a masters and doctorate from LSE.
- Capital Choices: Sectoral Politics and the Variation of Sovereign Wealth
- Increased competition threatens Singapore’s oil-heavy economy
- Saudi Arabia’s Moment in the Sun
- The US-China Trade War and its Implications for Saudi Arabia
- The Rise of Silicon China
- Domestic Sources of Twenty-first-century Geopolitics: Domestic Politics and Sovereign Wealth Funds in GCC Economies
- The Domestic Drivers of State Finance Institutions: Evidence from Sovereign Wealth Funds
- Capitalizing Economic Development Through Sovereign Investment: A “Paradox of Scarcity”
- Windfall Revenues in Europe: What’s Next?
- “Different Twins and a Distant Cousin: Sovereign wealth funds in Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea” in the 2015 ESADEgeo Sovereign Wealth Fund Annual Report