Rate of Return Regulation and the Valuation Basis of Rate Base: the AJ Effect, the Intertemporal Rate Base Effect, and the Book-Valuation Effect
We analyse the rate of return (ROR) regulation that is based on the book value of firm's assts, show how the result of it differ from that predicted from the normal Averch-Johnson (AJ) effect, and compare the book-based ROR regulation with the market-based ROR regulation.
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