Markets, Pricing, and Deregulation of Utilities

  • Michael A. Crew
  • Joseph C. Schuh

Part of the Topics in Regulatory Economics and Policy Series book series (TREP, volume 40)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Michael A. Crew, Paul R. Kleindorfer
    Pages 1-25
  3. Carl R. Danner, G. Mitchell Wilk
    Pages 27-52
  4. Ahmad Faruqui, Greg Wikler, Ingrid Bran
    Pages 53-67
  5. Joseph A. Doucet, Andrew N. Kleit
    Pages 87-108
  6. Gregory R. Leonard, James D. Reitzes, Adam C. Schumacher, James G. Bohn
    Pages 109-142
  7. Mark L. Burton, David L. Kaserman, John Mayo
    Pages 161-181
  8. Menahem Spiegel
    Pages 183-200
  9. Timothy J. Tardiff
    Pages 201-222

About this book


Markets, Pricing, and Deregulation of Utilities examines the effects of deregulation on the energy and telecommunications industries in an economic environment that has changed dramatically since deregulation was first introduced in those industries several years ago. The contributors to this book discuss the aspects of deregulation that appear to be succeeding and those that seem to be failing. Within that framework, they offer insight as to the possible next stages of regulatory restructuring and reform. The contents of this book provide a strong theoretical base leading to a better understanding of markets, pricing, and deregulation by utility managers, regulators, and economists.


Electricity Markets deregulation energy environment regulation utility

Editors and affiliations

  • Michael A. Crew
    • 1
  • Joseph C. Schuh
    • 1
  1. 1.Center for Research in Regulated Industries Rutgers Business SchoolRutgers UniversityNewarkUSA

Bibliographic information

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Finance, Business & Banking
Consumer Packaged Goods