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Incentives to invest in liberalised electricity industries in the North and South. Differences in the need for suitable institutional arrangements

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  • Finon, Dominique, 2006. "Incentives to invest in liberalised electricity industries in the North and South. Differences in the need for suitable institutional arrangements," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 34(5), pages 601-618, March.
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