氏名

シャドリナ エレナ

シャドリナ エレナ

職名

准教授

所属

(国際教養学部)

プロフィール

研究分野には、制度的経済学と比較経済学の理論的枠組みを適用したエネルギーガバナンスが含まれます・ エネルギー - 経済成長と開発の結びつき・ ロシアと中央アジアにおける再生可能エネルギーおよび従来型エネルギーのエネルギー政策と政治経済・ ユーラシア経済連合と欧州連合における比較エネルギー統合

連絡先

メールアドレス

メールアドレス
shadrina@waseda.jp

URL等

WebページURL

https://www.elena-shadrina.com/

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=f6tX7QgAAAAJ&hl=en

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Elena_Shadrina2/research

研究者番号
40612495
ORCID ID
0000-0002-3323-5768

学歴・学位

学歴

2006年04月-2009年03月 新潟大学大学院現代社会文化研究科

学位

博士(経済学)

経歴

2011年04月-2017年03月明治大学専門職大学院ガバナンス研究科特任准教授
2010年08月-2011年03月Temple University Japan Campus
2009年09月-2010年07月Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Oslo, Norwayvisiting researcher
2006年10月-2009年03月公益財団法人環日本海経済研究所

所属学協会

比較経済体制学会

ユーラシア研究所

Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies

外部研究資金

科学研究費採択状況

研究種別:基盤研究(B)

コンステレーション理論に基づくウクライナ危機とエネルギー安全保障の総合的研究

2016年07月-2019年03月

配分額:¥16640000

研究資金の受入れ状況

提供機関:Joint Usage and Research Center, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University

The Changing Patterns of Hierarchical Urban Systems in the Post-Soviet Economies: Historical Perspectives2020年04月-2021年03月

代表

提供機関:Joint Usage and Research Center, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University

Impact of International Economic Factors on the Russian Economy in the 2000s2016年04月-2017年03月

代表

提供機関:全国銀行学術研究振興財団, 研究助成

ロシアの貿易構造と環日本海経済関係の展望2016年04月-2017年03月

分担

学内研究制度

特定課題研究

Eurasian Economic Union: Benefits and Costs of Membership

2019年度

研究成果概要:The project aimedat analysing the effects of participation in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)on the economies of...The project aimedat analysing the effects of participation in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)on the economies of five member-states: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan,Kyrgyzstan and Russia. Although the economicsignificance of Europe for Russia by far outweighs that of Eurasia, theimportance of Eurasia has been reconceptualised in Russian official rhetoric inpost-2014 geopolitical and economic situation. Contrarywise, having gainedeconomic vigour and adopted a multi-vector stance in foreign policy, Kazakhstanhas activated the pursuance of geographic diversification. Similarly, has beenevolving the attitude towards the Eurasian integration of other EAEU member-states,with Russia, nevertheless, remaining their primary economic partner. Since theEAEU is a young integration, a solid quantitative exercise is difficult.Therefore, based upon the review of relevant theoretical and empirical accountson economic integration, the study examined the effects of the EAEU on theintegrated economies, analysing them upon an original set of metrics in severalrealms: intra-EAEU trade, investment, labour mobility and economic andinstitutional convergence. Depending on the direction of the identifiedimpacts, the impacts were provisionally coined the "benefits” and the“costs” of membership.    

Energy, Growth and Development in post-Soviet Economies. Incorporating Perspectives from Institutional Theory and Comparative Economic Studies.

2018年度

研究成果概要:Drawing upon theoretical frameworks of energy resourceendowment, institutions and economic growth, this research pr...Drawing upon theoretical frameworks of energy resourceendowment, institutions and economic growth, this research project empiricallyexamined economic performance of hydrocarbons-rich post-Soviet economies withstrong states. Sharing institutional characteristics of coordinated marketeconomies, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan are similar in thatthey fail to grow steadily and reveal problems with the inclusiveness ofdevelopment.The principal research question of this project was:Is it resource curse or institutional curse that determines the performance offossil fuels-rich economies with strong state? To answer this question, theproject checked relationships between economic growth and development (EGD) andenergy resource (oil and natural gas) endowment, EGD and institutions for asample of post-Soviet economies. Panel data for 1991-2017 were composed based upon open databases of the World Bank, United Nations Comtrade,World Economic Forum, Natural Resource Governance Institution, EurasianDevelopment Bank, Asian Development Bank, Transparency International (CPI), as well as statistical portals of the respectivecountries and other sources (such as state-owned energy companies).

Energy, Growth and Development in post-Soviet Economies.

2018年度

研究成果概要:The project investigated various aspectsof energy - economic performance nexus. Drawing upon theoretical frameworks...The project investigated various aspectsof energy - economic performance nexus. Drawing upon theoretical frameworks ofenergy resource endowment, institutions, energy transitions and economicgrowth, this research project empirically examined the interactions betweenfossil fuels and economic performance in the post-Soviet economies. The projectwas extended to include preliminary study on the role of renewable energy inCentral Asian economies.      Theproject’s principal outcomes are:(a) development of an originalinterdisciplinary approach for the case of post-Soviet economies;(b) examination of the impacts of energyendowment on economic performance;  (c) study of the effects of institutions’quality on economic outcomes;(d) comparative analysis of Eurasianenergy integration vis-à-vis Energy Union of the EU; and(e) analysis of renewable energydevelopment in Central Asian economies.

Curse or Blessing? Energy Resources for Economic Growth and Development in post-Soviet Countries

2017年度

研究成果概要:Each group of economies - having and not havingenergy resources – has its pattern of institutional parameters(...Each group of economies - having and not havingenergy resources – has its pattern of institutional parameters(the rule of law, governance efficiency, etc.). Resource-rich economies tend tounderperform in terms of the quality of institutions as they create regulationscentred on the extraction of rent. The study proved that energy resources can be anadditional supportive factor for economic dynamism provided the globalcommodity markets and external environment are favourable. Yet, a direct relationshipbetween the quality of domestic institutional factors and the sustainability ofeconomic growth and development is confirmed. An important finding is that sinceenergy specialisation determines an export-oriented pattern of a nationaleconomy, it is not only the domestic institutional environment that matters,but the compatibility of institutional environments of the partners. Provisionsfor energy trade and investment are being increasingly incorporated within the supranationaland regional institutional settings, like energy unions or common energymarkets. The economies with monopolised national energy systems, restrictionsin trade and prohibitive regulatory arrangements for investment face growingbarriers in reaching out to their traditional customers. Such reality is likelyto influence the deregulation course in energy exporting economies.

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