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Market Power in US and EU Electricity Generation

In: Antitrust and Regulation in the EU and US

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  • Richard Gilbert
  • David Newbery

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The diverse and excellent set of authors assembled in this book sheds light on the continuing and conflicting calls for deregulation and re-regulation of important industries and informs the ongoing, increasingly global, policy debate over the evolving line between regulation and general competition policy. The purpose of this book is to understand the debate and its policy implications, focusing on the traditionally regulated sectors of telecommunications and energy, and comparing approaches in the European Union and the United States.

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  • Richard Gilbert & David Newbery, 2009. "Market Power in US and EU Electricity Generation," Chapters,in: Antitrust and Regulation in the EU and US, chapter 6 Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:13035_6
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