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Utilities Policy

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Volume 18, issue 4, 2010

Designing electricity auctions: Introduction and overview pp. 163-164 Downloads
Thomas Tangerås
Three-part auctions versus self-commitment in day-ahead electricity markets pp. 165-173 Downloads
Ramteen Sioshansi, Shmuel Oren and Richard O'Neill
Production inefficiency of electricity markets with hydro generation pp. 174-185 Downloads
Andy Philpott, Ziming Guan, Javad Khazaei and Golbon Zakeri
Are the British electricity trading and transmission arrangements future-proof? pp. 186-194 Downloads
Richard Green
Using forward markets to improve electricity market design pp. 195-200 Downloads
Lawrence M. Ausubel and Peter Cramton
Virtual power plant auctions pp. 201-208 Downloads
Lawrence M. Ausubel and Peter Cramton
The supply function equilibrium and its policy implications for wholesale electricity auctions pp. 209-226 Downloads
Pär Holmberg and David M Newbery
Using restructured electricity supply industries to understand oligopoly industry outcomes pp. 227-246 Downloads
Frank A. Wolak

Volume 18, issue 3, 2010

The water industry, competition and climate change pp. 113-115 Downloads
Jon Stern and Xeni Dassiou
A strategy for introducing competition in the water sector pp. 116-119 Downloads
Martin Cave and Janet Wright
Introducing competition into England and Wales water industry - Lessons from UK and EU energy market liberalisation pp. 120-128 Downloads
Jon Stern
Water scarcity: Can virtual water operators help? pp. 129-134 Downloads
Fernando Dominguez
Cost recovery in the water supply and sanitation sector: A case of competing policy objectives? pp. 135-141 Downloads
Delphine François, Aad F. Correljé and John P.M. Groenewegen
The costs of adaptation to climate change for water infrastructure in OECD countries pp. 142-153 Downloads
Gordon Hughes, Paul Chinowsky and Ken Strzepek
The impact of governance structure on firm performance: An application to the German water distribution sector pp. 154-162 Downloads
Sophia Ruester and Michael Zschille

Volume 18, issue 2, 2010

Papers from the Winter 2009 CCRP, City University London Research Workshop pp. 63-65 Downloads
Jon Stern
Electricity and telecoms reforms in the EU: Insights from the economics of federalism pp. 66-76 Downloads
Francesc Trillas
The Dark and Bright Sides of Renegotiation: An Application to Transport Concession Contracts pp. 77-85 Downloads
Julie de Brux
The role of international benchmarking in developing rail infrastructure efficiency estimates pp. 86-93 Downloads
Andrew Smith, Phill Wheat and Gregory Smith
Reform and regulation of the Portuguese rail sector. What has failed? pp. 94-102 Downloads
Jorge Santos, Ana Furtado and Rc Marques
Comparison of energy efficiency incentive programs: Rebates and white certificates pp. 103-111 Downloads
Morghan Transue and Frank A. Felder

Volume 18, issue 1, 2010

Preface and overview pp. 1-2 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clark and William Isherwood
Report on energy strategies for Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region pp. 3-10 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clark and William Isherwood
Energy strategies study report for Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region pp. 11-12 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clark and William Isherwood
Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR) energy base: Additional final report and recommendations pp. 13-28 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clark and William Isherwood
Inner Mongolia must "leapfrog" the energy mistakes of the western developed nations pp. 29-45 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clark and William Isherwood
The Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region: A major role in China's renewable energy future pp. 46-52 Downloads
Calvin Lee Kwan
"Social capitalism" in renewable energy generation: China and California comparisons pp. 53-61 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clark and Xing Li

Volume 17, issue 3-4, 2009

De-carbonizing electricity generation: It won't be easy, cheap, nor enough pp. 217-224 Downloads
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
Quo vadis efficiency analysis of water distribution? A comparative literature review pp. 225-232 Downloads
Matthias Walter, Astrid Cullmann, Christian von Hirschhausen, Robert Wand and Michael Zschille
Productivity and efficiency in the water industry pp. 233-244 Downloads
Malcolm Abbott and Bruce Cohen
Natural gas distribution in Italy: When competition does not help the market pp. 245-257 Downloads
Susanna Dorigoni and Sergio Portatadino
The internationalization of the European electricity industry: The case of Vattenfall pp. 258-266 Downloads
Per Högselius
Benchmarking Central American water utilities pp. 267-275 Downloads
Maria Corton and Sanford Berg
The bird in hand: Stipulated settlements in the Florida electricity sector pp. 276-287 Downloads
Stephen Littlechild
The intermittency of wind, solar, and renewable electricity generators: Technical barrier or rhetorical excuse? pp. 288-296 Downloads
Benjamin K. Sovacool

Volume 17, issue 2, 2009

Corruption and infrastructure services: An overview pp. 153-155 Downloads
Antonio Estache and Lourdes Trujillo
Is there an anticorruption agenda in utilities? pp. 156-165 Downloads
Charles Kenny
Auction procedures and competition in public services: The case of urban public transport in France and London pp. 166-175 Downloads
Miguel Amaral, Stephane Saussier and Anne Yvrande-Billon
Bureaucratic complexity and impacts of corruption in utilities pp. 176-184 Downloads
Line Tndel Seim and Tina Sreide
Corruption and concession renegotiations.: Evidence from the water and transport sectors in Latin America pp. 185-190 Downloads
J. Luis Guasch and Stephane Straub
Utilities reforms and corruption in developing countries pp. 191-202 Downloads
Antonio Estache, Ana Goicoechea and Lourdes Trujillo
Capture and corruption in public utilities: The cases of water and electricity in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 203-216 Downloads
Emmanuelle Auriol and Aymeric Blanc

Volume 17, issue 1, 2009

Prospects for integration and liberalisation in South East Europe's electricity market pp. 1-3 Downloads
Russell Pittman, Lindsay Stirton and Kathryn Wright
South East Europe's electricity sector: Attractions, obstacles and challenges of Europeanisation pp. 4-12 Downloads
Laura Deitz, Lindsay Stirton and Kathryn Wright
Evaluating the evidence on electricity reform: Lessons for the South East Europe (SEE) market pp. 13-23 Downloads
Michael Pollitt
Electrifying integration: Electricity production and the South East Europe regional energy market pp. 24-33 Downloads
Elizabeth Hooper and Andrei Medvedev
Electricity transmission in the energy community of South East Europe pp. 34-42 Downloads
Riccardo Vailati
The impact of electricity market reform on consumers pp. 43-48 Downloads
Catherine Waddams Price and Khac Pham
Electricity reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina pp. 49-64 Downloads
Brian Scholl
Bulgarian electricity market restructuring pp. 65-75 Downloads
Peter Ganev
Electricity sector reform in Greece pp. 76-87 Downloads
Ekaterini N. Iliadou
Electricity reform in the Republic of Macedonia pp. 88-101 Downloads
Rubin Taleski
Poverty and environmental impacts of electricity price reforms in Montenegro pp. 102-113 Downloads
Patricia Silva, Irina Klytchnikova and Dragana Radevic
Electricity reform in Romania pp. 114-124 Downloads
Oana Diaconu, Gheorghe Oprescu and Russell Pittman
Electricity reform in Serbia pp. 125-133 Downloads
Sandra Jednak, Dragana Kragulj, Milica Bulajic and Russell Pittman
Organisation and reforms of the electricity sector in Slovenia pp. 134-143 Downloads
Nevenka Hrovatin, Russell Pittman and Jelena Zoric
Turkish electricity reform pp. 144-152 Downloads
Necmiddin Bagdadioglu and Necmi Odyakmaz
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