Jonas Nahm, an affiliated researcher of the Ralph O’Connor Sustainable Energy Institute (ROSEI) and an assistant professor of energy, resources, and environment with the School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS), was recently awarded the Don K. Price Award for Best Book on Science, Technology, and Politics from the Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics Section of the American Political Science Association.

Nahm’s book, titled “Collaborative Advantage” focuses on forging green industries in the new global economy. Notes about the book include:

  • Draws from original interviews to provide a shop-floor account of how globalization works in renewable energy industries
  • Presents the only cross-national study of renewable energy industries specifically focused on collaboration in technology development
  • Examines the role of China in global industries and innovation, offering a new interpretation of the consequences of China’s rise and it’s benefits for domestic politics elsewhere