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Modern Economic Regulation

Autores

; Christopher Decker

Ubicación

Libro - 25.8.9 - D43

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Fecha Publicación

2015

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Cambridge University Press

Temas

REGULACIÓN ECONÓMICA; SERVICIOS PÚBLICOS; COMPETENCIA Y REGULACIÓN

CONTENIDO

1 Introduction 1.1 What is meant by economic regulation? 1.2 What is modern about economic regulation? 1.3 New experience and analysis 1.4 Structure of the book PART I 2 The recurring question: why regulate utilities? 2.1 Normative rationales for public utility regulation 2.2 Alternative explanations for public utility regulation 2.3 lmplications of the different rationales for regulation 3 Alternatives to traditional regulation 3.1 Is economic regulation inevitable? 3.2 Competition for the market 3.3 Contestability and the threat of entry 3.4 State ownership of the utilities 3.5 Reliance on ex post competition Iaw 3.6 Deregulation’ policies and a reliance on competition 3.7 Negotiated settlements 3.8 Other alternative approaches to public utility regulation 3.9 Conclusion 4 PrincipIes of regulation for core network activities 4.1 Pubiic utility industry structures 4.2 Pricing principles under full information 4.3 Pricing principles for the multi-product firm 4.4 Regulation in the context of imperfect information 4.5 Pricing in a multi-period context 4.6 Principles relating to quality and cost reduction 4.7 Conclusion 5 Forms of price regulation 5.1 Rate of return regulation 5.2 Price cap regulation 5.3 The relationship between rate of return and price cap 5.4 Hybrids and adaptations to traditional price regulation 5.5 Price regulation when competition is emerging 5.6 Conclusion 6 Regulation in the presence of competition 6.1 Access in the public utility industries 6.2 One-way access pricing 6.3 Two-way access pricing 6.4 Access pricing and investment 6.5 Vertical separation in the public utility industries 6.6 Conclusion 7 The institutions of regulation 7.1 The rationale for independent economic regulatory agencies 7.2 The evolution of independent regulatory agencies 7.3 Design of regulatory agencies and the scope of their power 7.4 Regulatory oversight: quis custodiet ipsos custodes? 7.5 Conclusion 8 Electricity regulation 8.1 Physical and economic characteristics of electricity 8.2 Approach to electricity regulation 8.3 Regulatory policy issues in the electricity industry 8.4 Conclusion 9 Gas regulation 9,1 Physical and economic characteristics of gas 9.2 Approach to gas regulation 9.3 Regulatory policy issues in the gas industry 9.4 Conclusion 10 Telecommunications regulation 10.1 Physical and economic characteristics of telecommunications networks and services 10.2 Approach to telecommunications regulation 10.3 Regulatory policy issues in the telecommunications industry 10.4 Conclusion 11 Water and wastewater regulation 11.1 Physical and economic characteristics of water and wastewater 11.2 Approach to water and wastewater regulation 11.3 Regulatory policy issues in the water and wastewater industry 11.4 Conclusion 12 Conclusions 12.1 Rationales for, and alternatives to, public utility regulation 12.2 The relationship between theoretical principles and regulatory practice 12.3 Regulation in practice 12.4 Evidence on the effects of restructuring policies in the public utility industries 12.5 Future challenges for regulation

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