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eBook Letting go: Deregulating the process of deregulation, or : temptation of the kleptocrats and the political economy of regulatory disingenuousness (MSU public utilities papers) ePub

by Alfred E Kahn

  • ISBN: 0877441820
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Alfred E Kahn
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Institute of Public Utilities and Network Industries, The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management, Michigan State University (1998)
  • Pages: 146
  • ePub book: 1379 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1824 kb
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lecture at the 1996 Annual Conference of the Institute of Public Utilities.

Granted, deregulating the electric power and telecommunications industries is complicated, Kahn says in his new book, Letting Go: Deregulating the Process of Deregulation, or: Temptation of the . That's why I've subtitled the book, the 'political economy of regulatory disingenuousness,' of which I cite some examples. The 146-page paper-bound book, which is intended for regulators, regulated companies, policymakers, academics and economists, is an expanded version of Kahn's keynote lecture at the 1996 Annual Conference of the Institute of Public Utilities.

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Kahn, Alfred E. (1998) Letting Go: Deregulating the Process of Deregulation. East Lansing, MI: The Institute of Public Utilities and Network Industries. Kahn, Alfred . and William B. Shew (1987) 'Current Issues in Telecommunications Regulation: Pricing', Yale Journal on Regulation, 4, 191–256. Kolbe, Lawrence . Tye (1990) 'The Duquesne Opinion: How Much Hope Is there for Investors in Regulated Firms?', Yale Journal on Regulation, 8, 113–157.

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Business History Regulating and Deregulating the Public Utilities 1830-2010 Judith Clifton .

Business History Regulating and Deregulating the Public Utilities 1830-2010 Judith Clifton, Pierre Lanthier and Harm Schröter In recent years, path-breaking studies which map out the evolution of the regulatory frameworks which have governed public utilities over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have been produced by business and economic historians. Before turning to the discussion of the papers, the main tenets underpinning, and some of the practical experience of, the second and third waves of regulation are discussed.

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