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This volume explores the important role that economic performance measurement is playing in the regulation of network utilities in many countries.
|Editors' introduction||p. 1|
|The role of the policy framework for the effectiveness of benchmarking in regulatory proceedings||p. 9|
|Performance measurement in the Australian water supply industry : a preliminary analysis||p. 29|
|Telecommunications productivity measurement for a regulated monopoly in an era of major network expansion||p. 63|
|Productivity and regulatory reform of Norwegian electricity distribution utilities||p. 97|
|Infrastructure reform in developing economies : evidence from a survey of economic performance measures||p. 133|
|Market structure, regulation and performance in the airline industry : lessons for a potential alliance||p. 175|
|Regulating electricity networks : the ABC of setting X in New Zealand||p. 207|
|A shadow cost function model of the US water industry incorporating water quality and ownership effects||p. 243|
|Regulatory reform and economic performance in US electricity generation||p. 267|
|Assessing the performance of water operations in the English and Welsh water industry : a lesson in the implications of inappropriately assuming a common frontier||p. 297|
|Efficiency analysis for incentive regulation||p. 329|
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Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: January 2006
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6 x 23.5
Weight (kg): 0.73