Teodor Kalpakchiev

Teodor Kalpakchiev
University of Leeds · School of Earth and Environment

M.A. Public Policy; Adv. M.A. in European Interdisciplinary Studies
Researcher in Transforming Phosphorus Governance at Sustainability Research Institute of the University of Leeds

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Introduction
I am a public policy researcher with interests in incentives, stakeholders, governance theories and overall - innovations for achieving welfare. Driven by sustainability dossiers, I retain a strong curiosity for what works and what doesn't in different contexts.

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The circular economy is a grand vision for the sustainable development of given polity, consisting of four distinctive levels of analysis. On the micro level it proposes the usage of eco-design for durability, reparability and recyclability of goods, so that resources can stay longer in the economy. On the meso level it proposes the return of biolo...
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Global Water Governance through Policy Effect Clusters in the EU and Externalization Instruments
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The Geo-podcast lab series is a digital version of the idea of policy labs and uses the research cycle to formulate questions as possible scenarios and the policy cycle to transform the guests input into policy ideas. The-enpi.org think-tank then generates policy proposal based on this digital lab, thus ensuring two-way reflection – the participant...
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Habitats, Teodor Kalpakchiev, the-enpi.org, 2018 The following paper would conceptualize the circular economy missions as externalization of EU's domestic order, as well as an attempt to create decentralized governance of trade flows for solving unsustainable telecouplings, for sustainability communication, countering carbon leakage, seeking justic...
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. The review into behaviour and decision-making literature revealed predominance of social practice and social identity theories, which embed actions into social and collective norms, as well as theory of planned behaviour and social netw...
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Throughout 2014-2017, the dominance of the global West was challenged by a series of crises in the United States of America (US), Europe and their periphery. This trend has allowed two Eurasian powers – China and Russia to further claim regional leadership and to further deepen economic and security cooperation in their respective peripheries. In c...
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The continuous reduction restrictions to expanding the own resources of common budget of the EU and the trajectory of United Kingdom’s exit has reinstated the need for generation of own resources for the common EU budget. This policy paper puts forward two proposals based on hybrid finances and quasi-monetary markets based on taxing non-renewabilit...
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Deforestation is one of the concerns of climate change and is often intertwined with problems relating to good governance or multi-level governance. This paper reviews the case of Indonesia, which is the world’s largest exporter of timber and a leader in the ASEAN relations. It is structured as follows: · first part focuses on the situation in the...
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The 21st century is posing challenges to the European Union (EU) besides the current financial situation. The balance of power at the global level is changing in a very stark way since the last 30 years. Old and new powers are (re-) emerging, (e.g. Russia and China) each posing in turn a challenge to the interests of the EU. The events in Ukraine a...

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RecaP will address the changing Phosphorus (P) needs by creating a new generation of P specialists to become ‘knowledge brokers’ across disciplinary silos. We will not just explore technical aspects of the global P challenge, but also where solutions can be implemented. The RecaP project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skƚodowska-Curie grant agreement No 956454.
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Open-source academic and policy research