LaBelle, M. Profits and Poverty: Regulating utilities for energy justice, Royal Geographic Society & Institute of British Geography, Annual Conference 2016, Aug. 30 – Sep. 2, 2016, Exploring the Energy Justice Nexus, London
LaBelle, M. Smart Energy Technology in the CEE Region: Why it takes smart policy to spur innovation, Smart 2016, T-Com, Budapest, Hungary, May 23, 2016
LaBelle, M. Smart Energy Technology in the CEE Region: Why it takes smart policy to spur innovation, CEU Business School Infosession, Budapest, Hungary May 5, 2016
LaBelle, M. Panelist, The climate policy, innovations and the RES – Strategy of the future of energy utilities’ and ‘Perspectives of liberalization in the CEE&BALTREG’, Forum InnoPower and ERRA Regulatory Innovation Day, Poznan, Poland, May 12-12, 2016
LaBelle, M. Corruption or Justice? Redefining energy justice in Central Eastern Europe, 4th Annual University of Eastern Finland Law School, Energy Transitions Conference, March 3 – 4, 2016
LaBelle, M. Central Eastern European Gas Sector, Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership countries, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Jan. 31, 2016
LaBelle. M. Sustainability in Business: Innovation, collaboration and value chains, one-day workshop, Climate KIC – Poland, Nov. 22, 2015, Wroclaw, Poland
LaBelle, M. moderator, Portfolio Energy Investment Forum, Budapest, Hungary Nov. 5, 2015
LaBelle, M. Sustainable Supply Chains, Climate KIC -Hungary, Budapest, Hungary, Oct. 23, 2015
LaBelle, M. Eco-Innovation: sharing Economy driving innovation, CEU Business School MBA Fair, Belgrade, Serbia Sep. 17, 2015
LaBelle, M. Panelist, ‘The Role of Gas in the Future Energy Mix‘ Economic Forum, Krynica Zdroj, Poland, Sep. 9 – 11, 2015
LaBelle, M. Sustainability and the New Sharing Economy, Climate Kic, Workshop, Gregersen Art Point – Budapest, June 11, 2015
LaBelle, M. Energy In-Security: The Competition and Cost for Eastern Europe’s Sovereign Energy Markets, ‘The evolving notion of security in law and policies on energy investment: international and national perspectives’, University of Liverpool, in partnership with Investment Treaty Forum, May 29, 2015
LaBelle, M. Governance in an Energy (in)secure Europe, University of Sofia, Bulgaria, May, 14, 2015
LaBelle, M. The Energy Middle Ground: Expanding the gas business between Baku and Berlin, CEU Business School Info Session, Baku, Azerbaijan, March 13, 2015
LaBelle, M. “CEU Press briefing on Hungarian and Russian Energy Relations”, CEU, February 26, 2015
LaBelle, M. The (Un)Certainty in Polish Shale Gas, Managing Risks in the Shale Industry: A Comparison of Policies Worldwide, University of Pittsburgh, March 17 – 20, 2015.
LaBelle, M. Session Moderator, Green Business Forum, EUCham, Budapest, November 24, 2014
LaBelle, M. National Innovation: Competition & Conflict in new energy technologies, CEU Business School InfoSession, November 6, 2014
LaBelle, M. Governance and Innovation in Polish Shale Gas: Institutions Stretching and Conforming to Challenger Technologies, GR:EEN Case Study Integrity Forum on Europe and the New Security Agenda – Human Security and Energy Security, Central European University, Budapest, October 23, 2014
LaBelle, M. National Innovation Environments: Fostering energy innovation in the CEE region, Innotrends Hungary, National Innovation Office of Hungary, October 17, 2014
LaBelle, M. Governance and Innovation in Polish Shale Gas: Institutions Stretching and Conforming to Challenger Technologies. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Social Sciences, Department of Organizational Sociology and Innovation Studies, Stuttgart, Germany, 2014.
LaBelle, M. and Goldthau, A. Governance of Unconventional Gas in Bulgaria: From Exploration to Bust. Governance of Unconventional Gas: Exploring How to Deliver Transparent Benefits in Non-OECD Countries, Learning Symposium, World Bank, Washington DC, 2-3 June, 2014
LaBelle, M. The Social License to Renewable Power? Energy Security and bad Russian habits, Antal Jozsef Summer School,Budapest July 16, 2014
Climate Change and the Impacts of Green Buildings, Climate Kic, June 17, 2014
LaBelle, M. moderated and presented at United in Diversification? Implications of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict on Central and Eastern Europe’s Gas Supply, CEU gas roundtable, May 17, 2014
LaBelle, M. and Goldthau, A. “Governance of Unconventional Gas in Bulgaria: From Exploration to Bust.” Governance of Unconventional Gas: Exploring How to Deliver Transparent Benefits in Non-OECD Countries, Learning Symposium, World Bank, Washington DC, 2-3 June, 2014
LaBelle, M. Energy and Sustainability in Central Eastern Europe, Somaiya University, Mumbai, India, February 28, 2014
LaBelle, M. Risks and Angst in Polish Shale Gas: Innovation and risk governance in deploying
fracking technology, Phd seminar, Environmental Sciences and Policy; Energy Policy Research Group, January 30, 2014, Central European University
LaBelle, M. Digital Electricity Space: Neoliberalism and energy saving capital, Workshop. ‘Constructing and contesting spaces for low-carbon energy innovation’, School of Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology, November 26-28, 2013
LaBelle, M. Building a Two Track Energy Europe: Smart policies for the west – political policies for the east, German Development Institute, Bonn Germany, November 29, 2013
LaBelle, M. The Russian Rock: Re-landscaping CEE energy (in)Dependence, presented at Energy Security and Diplomacy in 2013, Conference organized by National University of Public Service and Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest, Hungary Aug. 26, 2013.
Goldthau, A. and LaBelle, M. The Power of Energy Regimes and Participatory Governance. European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), 7th General Conference, Bordeaux, France 4-7, September 2013.
LaBelle, M. Climate Change Risks and Business Opportunities, The Journey: Climate Kic, Tihany, Hungary, August 28, 2013
LaBelle, M. The political-price squeeze: Destruction of Central Europe’s FDI Energy System, QS
World MBA Tour – Istanbul, October 5, 2013
LaBelle, M. The Russian Rock: Re-landscaping CEE energy (in)Dependence, National University of Public Service in co-operation with the Hungarian Institute of International
International conference, Energy Security and Diplomacy in 2013, August 26, 2013
LaBelle, M. “Roundtable Discussion.” presented at the World Sustainable Energy Forum, Vienna, June 10, 2013.
LaBelle, M. Expectations of Investors, Actions of Politicians and – EU Failure? Presented at the Policy Deliver on Low Carbon Energy Generation Infrastructure in the UK, University of Sterling, April 5, 2013.
Goldthau, A. and LaBelle, M. Doomed to Fail? Assessing the Policy Prospects of Shale Gas Technology, Energy Transitions of Energy Markets at National, European and International Levels, PEEER conference University of Eastern Finland, April 3, 2013.
LaBelle, M. Enemy of the Same: The Second Generation of Sustainability, presented at the Global Supply Chain Forum, CEU Business School, Central European University Business School, February 22, 2013.
LaBelle, M. “Shale Gas in CEE: Fracking to Reduce Risks.” presented at the Energy Risk Central and Eastern Europe (industry conference), Budapest, Hotel Novotel, November 6, 2012.
LaBelle, M. and Goldthau, A. “Regulating a Nascent Sector: Explaining Diverging Shale Gas Policies in Bulgaria and Poland.” In Networked Learning in Transnational Governance: GR:EEN Second Annual Conference. Warwick, UK, November 12, 2012.
LaBelle, M. and Andreas G. “Regulating a Nascent Sector: Explaining Diverging Shale Gas Policies in Bulgaria and Poland.” Budapest, Hungary, October 18, 2012.
LaBelle, M. Citizens’ petitions on shale gas extraction in Bulgaria and Poland, Workshop on The Exploration and Exploitation of Shale Gas in the European Union and its impact on the Environment and the Energy Policy, from the perspective of petitions received, Committee on Petitions, European Parliament, Directorate General for Internal Policies Policy Department C: Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs Brussels, October 9, 2012
LaBelle, M. Session participant, European Interest in Central Asia: Energy, The EU and Central Asia: Partners in Stability, Manfred Worner Foundation, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Nov. 24-25, 2011
LaBelle, M. Session participant, Common and Individual Challenges, Integration of Third-Country National Researchers, National Health Insurance Fund, Budapest, Hungary, Nov. 17 – 18, 2011
LaBelle, M. Keynote speaker, EU-US Summit on Science, Technology and Sustainable Economic Growth, Brussels, Belgium, Sept. 29, 2011
LaBelle, M. Session commentator, After Fukushima – Consequences for the Energy Mix in Europe, 21st Economic Forum, Krynica Zdroj, Poland, Sept. 7 -9, 2011
LaBelle, M. Debate participant, Should Europe’s Energy Future Include Nuclear Power? Common Sense Society, Budapest, Hungary, June 15, 2011
LaBelle, M. Session moderator, Modernisation of the Energy Sector in Central Europe, 5th Energy Forum, Sopot Poland, Nov. 9 -11, 2010
LaBelle, M. Breaking the Carbon Lock: Reaching zero carbon by 2050, 5th Energy Forum, Sopot Poland, Nov. 9 -11, 2010
LaBelle, M. Reaching Zero Carbon by 2050: Institutional and market risks, CEE Energy 2010, Budapest, Hungary Sep. 30-Oct 1, 2010
LaBelle, M. Risk Governance and Technologies: Associated risks in the transition to an EU post carbon society, PACT Mid-Term Assessment Workshop, European Commission, Research Directorate-General, Brussels, Belgium, May 17-18, 2010
LaBelle, M. Electricity Post-Privatization: Initial Lessons Learned in South East Europe, International Conference on the European Energy Market, Leuven, Belgium, May 27-29, 2009
LaBelle, M. Unifying Regional Interests for a Cooperative, Competitive and Sustainable Future, Romania – Hungary: Cooperation towards Common Electricity Projects with Regional Impact Conference, Budapest, November 7, 2008.
LaBelle, M. Session moderator, Romania – Hungary: Cooperation towards Common Electricity Projects with Regional Impact Conference, Budapest, November 7, 2008
LaBelle, M. Generation Market Modeling and Interviews on Integration in the SEE region, Southeast Europe Regional Electricity Market Monitoring Pilot Project Design Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, February 25, 2008.
LaBelle, M. Study on the effect of the 2004 enlargement of the European Union in the area of energy- Business Perspectives, Feedback session, European Commission, Brussels, Sept. 2007.
LaBelle, M. Riding the Currents to Regional Cooperation and Coordination in the CEE region: moving forward, Closing Conference Central and Eastern European Energy Market (C3EM) Project, September 2006.
LaBelle, M. Key Electricity Actors Perceptions of Market Reforms in East and Central Europe, The European Electricity Market – Challenge of the Unification, EEM-06, Technical University of Lodz, Warsaw, May 2006
LaBelle, M. Getting the Current Flowing in Regional Cooperation and Coordination in CEE Countries, Joint RTE-MAVIR Workshop for Transmission System Operators, Budapest, May 2006.
LaBelle, M. Conference moderator, for The Future of Nuclear Power in Central and Eastern Europe conference, Paks Nuclear Power Plant and Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Budapest, October 2006.
LaBelle, M. The Spatial and Scale (Re)Organization of Electricity Markets in the US: A case study of Michigan, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Lecture Series, October 2005.
LaBelle, M. The Shifting Landscape of US Electricity Deregulation: the reality of breaking down monopolies and creating competitive space in the Midwest, Royal Geographical Society annual conference, London, August 2005.
LaBelle, M. The English Patient: Diagnosing the geography of the University of Bristol, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Afternoon Lecture Series, March 2005.
LaBelle, M. The Regulatory Exchange of High Voltage Neoliberalism: The Uneven deregulation of the US electricity sector, London School of Economics, Risk and Regulation Research Student Conference, September 2004.
LaBelle, M. Plowing the Regulatory Landscape in the Dark: the reality of breaking down electric monopolies in the US and creating neoliberal markets, Royal Geographical Society and the International Geographical Union annual conference, Glasgow, August 2004.
LaBelle, M. Powering Electricity Deregulation: a comparative case study of Michigan and Wisconsin, University of Bristol, Research Seminar, March 2004.
LaBelle, M. The Implosion of the US Energy Sector: the crisis surrounding the collapse of Enron and other energy traders, University of Nottingham, Economic Geography Research Group, September 2002.
LaBelle, M. The Separation of the Hungarian Nation: globalization and regionalization in East Central Europe, University of Bristol, Connections Conference, November 2001.