Energy for Development: Twenty-first Century Challenges of Reform and Liberalization in Developing Countries

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Anthem Press, 2007 - Business & Economics - 487 pages
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This comprehensive text offers a rare and insightful investigation into the energy sector of the developing world. 'Energy for Development' provides comparative case studies of countries going through the reform process, evaluates reform experience, discusses the lessons that can be learned and identifies challenges faced by these countries at the national and global level. A topical and timely book which seeks to explore the anxieties and insecurities of the global energy sector since 2001.

 

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Contents

The challenge of increasing access to energy for development
1
implications for developing
19
Energy financing in developing countries in the pre and post
41
Whither energy sector reform and liberalization in developing
77
case studies
127
Energy sector reform and liberalization and energy for the poor
341
lessons and
369
The way forward
437
Bibliograplg
475
Index
483
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Rangaswamy Vedavalli is the former World Bank Principal Economist and Manager of Energy Operations.

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