Economic Regulation

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Paul L. Joskow
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 709 pages
'This is a very good collection of important papers, that represent a judicious mix of those that will appeal to theoretical economists and those that are relevant in the real world. Paul Joskow's introduction is a fascinating, balanced and informative survey of work and thinking in this area. the book can be strongly recommended to students and to all those involved in the practice of regulation, whether as regulated or regulator.' - Stephen Littlechild, University of Cambridge, UK This major volume presents a collection of classic articles on economic regulation and its reform. the topics covered include the political economy of regulation, efficient pricing for regulated firms, incentive regulation, the empirical effects of economic regulation in practice and network access pricing for competitive entrants.

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Paul L. Joskow is Professor of Economics at MIT.

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