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An Institutionalist approach to public utilities regulation

Autores:
Miller, Edythe S., ed. Samuels, Warren J., ed.

Pie de Imprenta:
Estados Unidos. Michigan State University Press. 2002.

Descripción:
REGULACION. SERVICIOS PUBLICOS. POLITICA ECONOMICA. TELECOMUNICACIONES. DESREGULACION. FERROCARRIL. SERVICIO UNIVERSAL. ENERGIA ELECTRICA. TREBING, HARRY.

Ubicacion:
01.00/0132.

Resumen:
CONTIENE: Designing utility regulation for twenty first century markets. Public utilities in the perspective of the Gemeinwirtschaftslehre. The political economy of informacition and communication. Policy challenges in the age of the internet. Emerging internet oligopolies, a political economy analysis. Regulation of retail telecommunications rates. Public interest regulation, common costs and universal service. The role of costing as a rate making tool in an environment of dynamic change. Meeting low income energy, needs through public benefits, selecting energy assistance and weatherization funding levels. Social control of rail transport in the United States. Trucking deregulation disproves positive political theory. Pblic control, through ownership or regulation is necessary in electric power. Taking the road less traveled, Harry Trebing and the mythology of deregulation. Harry M. Trebing and three classic errors of deregulation. Regulation and the clash of economic philosophies.

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