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Utilities Policy

1990 - 2019

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Volume 12, issue 4, 2004

Infrastructure regulation and investment for the long-term--an introduction pp. 203-210 Downloads
Christian Hirschhausen, Thorsten Beckers and Andreas Brenck
Regulatory instruments and investment behaviour pp. 211-219 Downloads
Phil Burns and Christoph Riechmann
Sources of efficiency gains in port reform: a DEA decomposition of a Malmquist TFP index for Mexico pp. 221-230 Downloads
Antonio Estache, Beatriz Tovar and Lourdes Trujillo
Plans, timetables, and delays: progress with railway reform in transition economies pp. 231-242 Downloads
Jose Carbajo and Toshiaki Sakatsume
Long-term investment in electricity: a trade-off between co-ordination and competition? pp. 243-251 Downloads
Katja Keller and Jorg Wild
Insufficient incentives for investment in electricity generations pp. 253-267 Downloads
Karsten Neuhoff and Laurens De Vries
Market-based investment in electricity transmission networks: controllable flow pp. 269-281 Downloads
Gert Brunekreeft
Measuring the degree of economic opening in the German electricity market pp. 283-290 Downloads
Chr. Muller and W. Wienken
Prospects of gas supplies to the European market until 2030--results from the simulation model EUGAS pp. 291-302 Downloads
J. Perner and A. Seeliger
The role of investment and regulatory reforms in the development of infrastructure across transition economies pp. 303-314 Downloads
Maria Vagliasindi
Maintenance incentives under different infrastructure regimes pp. 315-322 Downloads
Roger Vickerman
Internalizing airport congestion pp. 323-331 Downloads
Gustavo Nombela, Ginés de Rus and Ofelia Betancor

Volume 12, issue 3, 2004

Preface pp. 101-103 Downloads
Don C. Smith
Introduction pp. 105-108 Downloads
Harry M. Trebing and Edythe S. Miller
Deregulator: Judgment Day for microeconomics pp. 109-125 Downloads
Steve Keen
Ten years of experience with deregulating US power markets pp. 127-137 Downloads
Diane C. Moody
The Telecommunications Act of 1996: residential rates and competition pp. 139-152 Downloads
Robert Loube
'An incomplete hypothesis': deregulation of water and sewerage in Australia pp. 153-164 Downloads
Christopher Sheil
US rail freight performance under downsized regulation pp. 165-179 Downloads
John C. Spychalski and Peter F. Swan
Ceremonial dimensions of market-based pollution control instruments: the clean air act and the cap-and-trade model pp. 181-191 Downloads
Steven R. Bolduc
Impact of deregulation on the task of commission control pp. 193-202 Downloads
Burl W. Haar

Volume 12, issue 2, 2004

Role of UK competition agencies in the regulation and deregulation of utility service industries pp. 53-55 Downloads
John Cubbin and Jon Stern
The role of UK competition agencies in the regulation and deregulation of utility service industries: reflections of a former regulator pp. 57-59 Downloads
Ian Byatt
Competition concurrency between the OFT and sector regulators pp. 61-63 Downloads
Vincent Smith
Concurrency between OFT and regulators pp. 65-69 Downloads
Helen Weeds
Profitability tests in competition law and ex ante regulation pp. 71-75 Downloads
Phillipa Marks and Brian Williamson
Appealing to the UK competition commission pp. 77-81 Downloads
Paul Geroski
The role of the Office of Fair Trading and the Competition Commission in establishing common regulatory practices pp. 83-86 Downloads
Chris Bolt
The role of general competition policy standards in utility settings pp. 87-91 Downloads
Iestyn Williams
Regulation and competition policy: longer-term boundaries pp. 93-95 Downloads
David M Newbery
The application of competition policies and the development of regulation in the UK--an overview pp. 97-100 Downloads
Jonathan Green

Volume 12, issue 1, 2004

Telecommunications: from utility to volatility pp. 1-4 Downloads
Eli Noam
The future for UK renewables pp. 5-7 Downloads
Philip Wolfe
Harmony or disharmony in the regulation and the promotion of competition in EU telecommunications? A survey of the regulatory offices pp. 9-28 Downloads
Thoralf Da[ss]ler and David Parker
Efficiency and regulatory issues in the Brazilian water and sewage sector: an empirical study pp. 29-40 Downloads
Henrique Cesar Tupper and Marcelo Resende
Privatization of water in the UK and France--What can we learn? pp. 41-50 Downloads
Mohammed Dore, Joseph Kushner and Klemen Zumer
Power politics: equity and environment in electricity reform: Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 2002. xv+175 pp. Paperback. $30.00 pp. 51-51 Downloads
Frank N. Laird

Volume 11, issue 4, 2003

Should commissions pre-approve a gas utility's hedging activities?1 pp. 185-189 Downloads
Kenneth Costello
Independence and discretion in telecommunications regulation: lessons from independent central banks pp. 191-201 Downloads
Jon Stern and Francesc Trillas
Ownership selection in the US electric utility industry pp. 203-223 Downloads
David W. Savitski
Regulatory governance in the Latin American telecommunications sector pp. 225-240 Downloads
Luis Gutiérrez
Debate on key issues in US energy policy1: Point: Simple solutions to complex problems require creative approaches pp. 241-242 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clarke
Counterpoint: Electric pricing and US energy policy pp. 242-244 Downloads
Edward L. Flippen

Volume 11, issue 3, 2003

Paying for water services: effects of household characteristics pp. 123-132 Downloads
Sam Kayaga, John Calvert and Kevin Sansom
Benchmarking in the Latin American water sector: the case of Peru pp. 133-142 Downloads
Maria Corton
Revisiting electricity reform: The case for a sustainable development approach pp. 143-154 Downloads
Navroz K. Dubash
Failing electricity markets: should we shoot the pools? pp. 155-167 Downloads
Richard Green
First steps in power sector reform: the case of China's Guangdong Province pp. 169-183 Downloads
Andrews-Speed, Philip, Stephen Dow, Andreas Oberheitmann, Bruce Ramsay, Victor Smith and Bin Wei

Volume 11, issue 2, 2003

Integrated energy-environment-policy analysis -- a case study of India pp. 59-73 Downloads
B. S. Reddy and P. Balachandra
Assessing the efficiency of US electricity markets pp. 75-86 Downloads
Ismael Arciniegas Rueda, Chris Barrett and Achla Marathe
Room for improvement: increasing the value of energy modeling for policy analysis pp. 87-94 Downloads
J. A. Laitner, Stephen DeCanio, J. G. Koomey and A. H. Sanstad
Ensuring adequate generation capacity pp. 95-102 Downloads
Ralph Turvey
Environmental exposures in the US electric utility industry pp. 103-111 Downloads
R. Repetto and J. Henderson
Understanding organizational and institutional changes for management of environmental affairs in the Brazilian petroleum sector pp. 113-121 Downloads
Jose Antonio Puppim de Oliveira

Volume 11, issue 1, 2003

Auctions of capacity in network industries pp. 1-8 Downloads
Jon Stern and Ralph Turvey
Capacity auctions in the UK energy sector pp. 9-20 Downloads
G. Yarrow
Auctions and Energy Networks1 pp. 21-25 Downloads
D. Helm
Network capacity auctions: promise and problems pp. 27-32 Downloads
David M Newbery
Auctioning access to networks: evidence and expectations pp. 33-38 Downloads
Tanga McDaniel
Allocation of capacity in the rail industry pp. 39-42 Downloads
Stephen Gibson
Auctions of rail capacity? pp. 43-46 Downloads
Luisa Affuso
Auctioning capacity at airports pp. 47-51 Downloads
D. Maldoom
Airport slot auctions: desirable or feasible? pp. 53-57 Downloads
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