Limits to competition and regulation in privatised electricity markets

@inproceedings{DAGDEVIREN2010LimitsTC,
  title={Limits to competition and regulation in privatised electricity markets},
  author={Hulya DAGDEVIREN},
  year={2010}
}
  • Hulya DAGDEVIREN
  • Published 2010
Privatisation of electricity has been extensive both in the developed and the developing world. Failures in various areas have led to the emergence of a new consensus which regards competitive pressures and regulation as crucial for utility privatisations to work. This review paper presents a critical evaluation of this newly found wisdom with reference to the developing economies. The experience in the developed world, especially in the US and the UK, has been used to draw conclusions for the… CONTINUE READING

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