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- Cambridge University Press
- Kahn, Edward P.
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- 857 g
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"...delves insightfully into the electricity industries of some countries that have moved to restructure, such as in Scandinavia, the Southern Cone countries of South America, New Zealand and the U.K.; as well as those that have not, such as Germany, France and Japan. This book, rich with data and history as well as current movements and prospects, provides a wealth of information about the electricity industries of these countries, in many of which U.S. firms are now investing substantial capital." The Electricity Journal
"Electric power sectors around the world are going through dramatic changes. This book provides an interesting and useful set of papers that examines the organizational, ownership and regulatory structures of the electricity sectors in a diverse set of countries. It explains the problems these sectors have faced, why and how they are changing in response to them. Must reading for anyone interested in understanding the changes taking place around the world in this important infrastructure sector." Paul L. Joskow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Rnternational Comparisons is a useful resource for the researcher or teacher with an interest in public utilities." Stephen H. Karlson, Journal of Comparative Economics
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Preface; 1. Introduction: international comparisons of electricity regulation Richard J. Gilbert, Edward P. Kahn and David M. Newbery; 2. Regulation, public ownership and privatisation of the English electricity industry David M. Newbery and Richard Green; 3. How should it be done? Electricity regulation in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile Pablo T. Spiller and Luis Viana Martorell; 4. From club-regulation to market competition in the Scandinavian electricity supply industry Lennart Hjalmarsson; 5. Competition and institutional change in the US electric power regulation Richard J. Gilbert and Edward P. Kahn; 6. The Japanese electric utility industry Peter Navarro; 7. Regulation of the market for electricity in the Federal Republic of Germany Jrgen Mller and Konrad Stahl; 8. The evolution of New Zealand's electricity supply structure J. G. Culy, E. G. Read and B. D. Wright; 9. Regulation of electric power in Canada Leonard Waverman and Adonis Yatchew; 10. The French electricity industry Jean-Jacques Laffont; 11. The Yugoslav electric power industry Srboljub Antic; Index.