Institutional Reform, Regulation and Privatization: Process and Outcomes in Infrastructure Industries

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Rolf W. Künneke, Aad F. Correljé, John Groenewegen
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 241 pages
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This book provides evolutionary and institutional perspectives on the reform of infrastructure industries, tracing the development of this process in a number of sectors and countries.
 

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Contents

An Evolutionary Perspective
1
Design Learning and Legitimacy
39
3 Competition Policy Networks and the New Economy
67
A Unique Combination of Circumstances or Symptom of a Structural Flaw?
89
The Dutch Gas Industry
115
Does Continued State Ownership Bias Regulation? The Case of European Telecommunications
153
7 Limits of Law as a Planning Mechanism in Infrastructure Industries
177
8 The Economic Regulation of the Essential Facilities in the Oil and Electricity Industries in Spain
193
Schiphol and the Public Interest
217
Index
235
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