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Competition and Regulation in Utility Markets
This volume is the latest in an annual series, published in association with the Institute of Economic Affairs and the London Business School, which provides an up-to-date review of the state of utility regulation in Britain, with some relevant overseas comparisons. The book, edited and with an introduction by Colin Robinson, covers many of the major issues and significant developments in the field of regulation and competition policy. In each case, essays by expert contributors are followed by the views of the sector regulator.
This volume will prove invaluable to practitioners, policymakers and lawyers involved in monopoly regulation, regulatory reform and deregulation.
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`I found the book useful for my teaching, especially to obtain material on recent developments in this field, particularly with respect to the UK. . . I highly recommend this book. I found it extremely useful for teaching courses in regulatory economics and regulation and competition policy. . . The book is also important reading for policy decision-makers, politicians and university students in this field, both undergraduates and postgraduates.' -- Clevo Wilson, Economic Analysis and Policy `Utility regulation is a wide topic and this book edited by Colin Robinson has a little something for everyone interested in the subject.' -- Christopher Joshi Hansen, The Journal of Energy Literature