3 edition of A primer on efficiency measurement for utilities and transport regulators found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-1130) and index.
|Statement||Tim Coelli ... [et al.].|
|Series||WBI development studies|
|LC Classifications||HC79.C3 P695 2003, HC79.C3 P695 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||2003041195|
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Martin and L. Menezes, Flavio M. Estache, ed. Economic regulators accordingly aim to align the interests of the three key stakeholder groups: the providers of capital, the companies themselves, and their customers. Never a fan of RPI-X price controls and more of a fan of the American rate of return regulation he expresses sympathy with criticism of the performance of the UK regulated utilities and says that: [The traditional approach piles] up more complexity onto the existing regulatory scaffolding, adding one bit of sticking plaster after another. Foster and Q.
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It provides an overview of the various dimensions of efficiency that regulators should be concerned with. Cambridge: Cambridge U. The issues covered should be of particular interest to those policymakers and regulators interested in measuring relative efficiency and in implementing any incentive-based regulatory mechanism that requires the measurement of efficiency, such as price caps, revenue caps, or yardstick competition.
Kirkpatrick, C. Rossi and C. Such harm would likely include inadequate investment and reduced innovation as well as higher prices, poor service and so on. Trujillo andE. Juan and L. Finally, follow these links for introductions to price controls and access pricing. The Chinese anti-monopoly law: new developments and empirical evidence no date.
The book focuses on methodology selection, data collection, and related issues. Jehiel, P. Separately, the ever innovative Dieter Helm published his proposal for a Systems Regulation Model of utility regulation. Rodriguez Pardina, M. Jarvela and L.
Bijl, Paul de and Peitz, Martin Regulation and entry into telecommunications markets. Ballance, T. In the water case, the initial consultation on the methodology for this periodic review was about pages long, and both OFWAT and OFGEM cannot resist the temptation to add a couple more mechanisms on top of the existing ones — following a pattern that has been going on at every periodic review since privatisation.
Tirole, Jean The theory of industrial organization. Cheltenham: E. You can help correct errors and omissions. Availability: Find a library where document is available. In the rail case, given that Network Rail is already renationalised, the Williams Review is charged with taking a fundamental look at the structure of the industry.
Estache, A. Buccirossi, Paolo Handbook of antitrust economics. More services and features. This is not a? Alexander, I. Bacon, R. Benitez, M. The book focuses on methodology selection, data collection, and related issues.
Chisari and G. If you know of missing items citing this one, you can help us creating those links by adding the relevant references in the same way as above, for each refering item.Last, but not least, regulators must always remember that unpredictability = risk = less investment or higher cost of borrowing or higher returns to shareholders (i.e.
higher profits). Put another way, utilities crave predictable regulation, and unexpected interventions will usually lead to underinvestment by firms.
Future Developments. Which is the relation of productivity and efficiency? considerations are part of another book of Coelli et al (), "A Primer on Efficiency Measurement for Utilities and Transport Regulators".
A Primer on Efficiency Measurement for Utilities and Transport Regulators. Timothy Coelli (), Antonio Estache, Sergio Perelman and Lourdes Trujillo () No in World Bank Publications from The World Bank. Abstract: This book is intended to help regulators learn about the tools needed to measure efficiency.
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