Competition Policy for Regulated Utility Industries in Britain
The main section of the paper analyzes the principles and practice of competition policy for utilities under six headings: price discrimination and cross-subsidy; oligopolistic behaviour; mergers and takeovers; vertical structure; network access pricing; and historical entry barriers. The conclusion discusses proposals for the reform of competition policy for utilities.
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