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The Caspian Sea Region Towards 2025: Caspia Inc., National Giants or Trade and Transit? Paperback – September 15, 2010

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Morten Anker is a senior consultant at the research and consulting firm Econ Pöyry. Pavel K. Baev is a research professor at the International Peace Research Institute in Oslo. Bjørn Brunstad is an expert in foresight and scenario planning, dividing his time between the Center for Climate Strategy at the Norwegian School of Management and Econ Pöyry. Indra Øverland is acting head of the Department of Russian and Eurasian Studies at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs and associate professor at the University of Tromso. Stina Torjesen is a senior research fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.

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Indra Overland heads the Russian, Eurasian and Arctic Research Group and the Energy Programme at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. In addition he is Professor II at the University of Nordland.

He did his PhD at the University of Cambridge and has since worked extensively on the post-Soviet energy sector, including oil, gas and renewables. He was awarded the Toby Jackman Prize for the best PhD dissertation in the year 2000, the Marcel Cadieux Prize for an article on Russia's Arctic energy policy in the International Journal in 2010, the Stuland Prize at NUPI in 2013 and co-authored the most cited article published in the Journal of Eurasian Studies: "A Limited Toolbox: Explaining Constraints on Russia's Foreign Energy Policy". This article can be downloaded here:

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