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The Regulation of Utility Infrastructure and Services. An Annotated Reading List

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  • José Tavara

    (Departamento de Economia - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú)

  • Sanford Berg

    (Public Utility Research Center, University of Florida)

  • Mark Jamison

    (Public Utility Research Center, University of Florida)

  • Farid Gasmi

    (Université de Toulouse)

Abstract

This document consists of an Annotated Reading List (ARL) of the body of knowledge (BoK) and narratives that identify key topics and themes. The BoK literature includes decisions and publications by regulatory agencies and other governmental bodies; policy advisories by think tanks, consultants, donor agencies, and others; and research by academics, consultants, and other experts. Following this Introduction is a note on references, which includes a list of references that are cited numerous times, a list of useful references that can be hard to obtain and so are not cited in the ARL, and a list of useful, technical economic texts. Following that note is the ARL reference list itself with narratives. The ARL is organized into chapters to provide structure to the topics and subtopics. The chapters in this document have different lengths, but these lengths are not intended to imply relative importance. This paper includes the following chapters: general concepts; market structure and competition; financial analysis; regulating overall price level; tariff design; quality, social and environmental issues; information issues; and the regulatory process.

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  • José Tavara & Sanford Berg & Mark Jamison & Farid Gasmi, 2004. "The Regulation of Utility Infrastructure and Services. An Annotated Reading List," Libros no PUCP / Books other publishers, Otras editoriales / Other publishers, edition 1, number otr-2004-03.
  • Handle: RePEc:pcp:pucotr:otr-2004-03
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    Cited by:

    1. Anupama Sen and Tooraj Jamasb, 2012. "Diversity in Unity: An Empirical Analysis of Electricity Deregulation in Indian States," The Energy Journal, International Association for Energy Economics, vol. 0(Number 1).

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