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Robert LINDNER
Associate Professor of International Relations  
AREAS OF RESEARCH
International Relations, Energy and Environmental Governance, Sustainability Transitions in Developing Countries

Robert Lindner is Associate Professor of International Relations at the Faculty of Law and also Associate Professor in Kyushu University's Platform for Inter-/Transdisciplinary Energy Research (Q-PIT). He is a political scientist with a particular interest in international relations, energy and environmental governance, and sustainability transition theory. His current research focuses on low-carbon technology transfer and energy system transitions in developing states, and the socio-environmental impacts of renewable energy technologies across the supply chain. Before joining Kyushu University, he worked as a Junior

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Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (Essen, Germany) and as a Research Associate at the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS) in Tokyo, Japan.

International Relations and Global Governance, Fall 2019
Social Science Research Methods, Fall 2019
Political Systems in Asia, Spring 2020
Energy and Environmental Governance, Spring 2020
Sustainable Development: Theory and Practice, Spring 2020
"The transformation of Japan's discourse on energy policy" (2017, Monograph, Metropolis Verlag, in German)
"Building Blocks for the Institutional Architecture of the SDGs Science-Policy Interface". United Nations University Report (2016). (with S. Bernstein, P. Chasek, N. Kanie, R. Zondervan)
"National Implementation of the 2030 Agenda in the Asia-Pacific". United Nations University Report (2016). (with A. Cock, A. Mahadi et al.)
"Energy crisis and energy saving efforts in post-Fukushima Japan", in Japan Yearbook 2014 (pp. 201- 216). (I. Wieczorek, & D. Chiavacci, eds., Iudicum, 2015, in German)
"Translating the global goals into action", United Nations University "17 Days, 17 Goals" series on the SDGs (2015).
"The future of renewable energies in Japan after 3.11: Identifying types of energy-business actor's perceptions". Int. J. for Renewable Energy, Vol. 8/2 (2014) (with M. David and S. Gemperle)
Ph.D. in Political Science (University of Duisburg-Essen), M.A. in Political Science, Sociology & Communication Studies (Dresden University of Technology)
Visiting Research Fellow, United Nations University, 2018
Research Fellow, Earth System Governance Project, Future Earth, 2016
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Robert LINDNER
Associate Professor of International Relations
AREAS OF RESEARCH
International Relations, Energy and Environmental Governance, Sustainability Transitions in Developing Countries

Robert Lindner is Associate Professor of International Relations at the Faculty of Law and also Associate Professor in Kyushu University's Platform for Inter-/Transdisciplinary Energy Research (Q-PIT). He is a political scientist with a particular interest in international relations, energy and environmental governance, and sustainability transition theory. His current research focuses on low-carbon technology transfer and energy system transitions in developing states, and the socio-environmental impacts of renewable energy technologies across the supply chain. Before joining Kyushu University, he worked as a Junior

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Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (Essen, Germany) and as a Research Associate at the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS) in Tokyo, Japan.

International Relations and Global Governance, Fall 2019
Social Science Research Methods, Fall 2019
Political Systems in Asia, Spring 2020
Energy and Environmental Governance, Spring 2020
Sustainable Development: Theory and Practice, Spring 2020
"The transformation of Japan's discourse on energy policy" (2017, Monograph, Metropolis Verlag, in German)
"Building Blocks for the Institutional Architecture of the SDGs Science-Policy Interface". United Nations University Report (2016). (with S. Bernstein, P. Chasek, N. Kanie, R. Zondervan)
"National Implementation of the 2030 Agenda in the Asia-Pacific". United Nations University Report (2016). (with A. Cock, A. Mahadi et al.)
"Energy crisis and energy saving efforts in post-Fukushima Japan", in Japan Yearbook 2014 (pp. 201- 216). (I. Wieczorek, & D. Chiavacci, eds., Iudicum, 2015, in German)
"Translating the global goals into action", United Nations University "17 Days, 17 Goals" series on the SDGs (2015).
"The future of renewable energies in Japan after 3.11: Identifying types of energy-business actor's perceptions". Int. J. for Renewable Energy, Vol. 8/2 (2014) (with M. David and S. Gemperle)
Ph.D. in Political Science (University of Duisburg-Essen), M.A. in Political Science, Sociology & Communication Studies (Dresden University of Technology)
Visiting Research Fellow, United Nations University, 2018
Research Fellow, Earth System Governance Project, Future Earth, 2016
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