Regulating Utilities: Understanding the Issues
Viewed in a Cultural Framework
Utility regulation in Britain has now entered a phase in which debate is no longer so much concerned with whether it is preferable to rival systems but with how to shape the'regulatory contract' in monopoly areas and, in potentially competitive areas, how to ensure rivalry.
Regulatory Institutions and Regulatory Policy for Economics in Transition
MARTIN CAVE AND JON STERN, Comments by SIR BRYAN CARSBERG
Local Competition in UK Telecommunications
MARK ARMSTRONG, Comments by M.E.BEESLEY
Progress in Gas Competition
GEORGE YARROW, Comments by EILEEN MARSHALL
Regulatory Asset Value and the Cost of Capital
GEOFFREY WHITTINGHAM, Comments by IAN BYATT
Pool Reform and Competition in Electricity
DAVID NEWBERY, Comments by STEPHEN LITTLECHILD, Additional Comments by GEOFFREY HORTON
When is Discrimination Undue?
JOHN VICKERS, Comments by JOHN BRIDGEMAN
MMC and Decisions on RPI-x
MARTIN HOWE, Comments by COLIN ROBINSON
What Next in UK Railways?
JOHN WELSBY, Comments by CHRIS BOLT
1998, Readings 48, ISBN 0 255 36418 0, 259pp, PB