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Editors: Coen, David (London Business School).; Thatcher, Mark (London School of Economics)
Book Description:
Public utilities constitute a large section of Europe’ economy, and they have historically been at the center of national states and their industrial strategies. However, the recent creation of the single market and the liberalization of European utility sectors have resulted in an expansion of EU/EC economic regulation. This book examines the interaction among the economic and political actors and raises questions regarding the format regulation. The chapters discuss the history of utilities reform, assess the nature of the changes, and address the issues of institutional modification. Four themes emerge from the collection – the characteristics of Europe-wide reform, the nature of national variance, cross-sectional variations, and the institutional arrangements that can emerge to accommodate the regulatory regime.

Table of Contents:
Introduction: The Reform of Utilities Regulation in the EU (David Coen and Mark Thatcher). The National Politics of European Regulation: Institutional Reform in Telecommunications (Mark Thatcher). Configuration of Economic Regulation in the European Union: The Case of Electricity in Comparative Perspective (Burkard Eberstein). The Rise of the Competition State: The Dynamics of British and American Telecom and Electricity Regimes (David Levi-Faur). Designing Economic Regulatory Institutions for European Network Industries (David Coen and Chris Doyle). Styles of Regulation: The Choice of Approach to Utility Regulation in Central and Eastern Europe (Jon Stern); Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2001
   ISBN: 159033-064-1
  
  
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