4 edition of Regulatory interventionism in the utility industry found in the catalog.
|Statement||Barbara R. Barkovich.|
|LC Classifications||HD2767.C24 B37 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||88015392|
Sanford Ikeda,“The Misesian Paradox: Interventionism Is Not Sustainable” (March ) The Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises () developed the theory of "interventionism" during the s to describe the hybrid economic system which had emerged after World War 1 which was neither fully free nor fully centrally planned (as the Soviet Union was attempting to do).
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Finally, Barkovich looks toward the future of interventionist regulatory behavior in an increasingly market-oriented, service delivery system, concluding that, in the future, regulators will face more stringent limitations in pursuing certain forms of interventionism. Energy industry professionals, regulatory decisionmakers, and students of the utility industry and of government regulation of Price: $ ?During the s and early s utility regulators moved from largely unintrusive regulatory practices towards more aggressive and intrusive strategies.
This study explores the reasons for the change and examines the trade-offs involved between seeking fairness to customers and efficiency of operations as primary goals of regulatory policies.
Regulatory Interventionism in the Utility Industry: Fairness, Efficiency, and the Pursuit of Energy Conservation (New York: Quorum Books). Google Scholar Becker, G. Cited by: 1. Regulation in the utility industry refers to the rules created by government or local bodies which the utility companies must adhere to by law.
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Economic interventionism, sometimes also called economic statism and state interventionism, is an economic policy perspective favoring government intervention in the market process to correct market failures and promote the general welfare of the economic intervention is an action taken by a government or international institution in a market economy in an effort to impact the.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Positive non-interventionism was the economic policy of Hong Kong; this policy can be traced back to the time when Hong Kong was under British rule. It was first officially implemented in by Financial Secretary of Hong Kong John Cowperthwaite, who observed that the economy was doing well in the absence of government intervention but it was important to create the regulatory and physical.
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From Interventionism to Regulatory Governance In the past 20 years, few reforms of the public sector have received more attention, and stimulated more controversy, than the reforms made to regulation making and regulatory management.
The regulatory formula provides an understanding of how and why utilities operate and invest the way they do. There is a strong bias for capital projects like nuclear generators.
There is also a great incentive to have cost overruns, if the utility has the. desirable in public utility markets, provides a more complete explanation. In developing this line of thought I build on three observations. First, cor-ruption is endemic to public utility industries; corruption exists, in some form, across all regulatory and ownership regimes.
Second, regime change. What Is Interventionism. * By George Reisman **. Interventionism is any act of government that both represents the initiation of physical force and, at the same time, stops short of imposing an all-round socialist economic system, in which production takes place entirely, or at least characteristically, at the initiative of the government.
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The guide assumes that the reader has no background in the regulatory arena, and serves as a primer for new entrants. It also provides a birds-eye view of the regulatory landscape, including. Then inhe joined the staff of the Foundation for Economic Education as a part-time adviser.
Many other books followed, including especially his magnum opus, Human Action, in This book, Interventionism, was written inbefore the United States was officially involved in World War II.
Here Mises offers a rare insight into the. How the utility industry has changed. Renewable power, competition, smart grids. It’s a whole different world. Launching or Revitalizing Regulatory Systems New Translated Glossaries Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency: Eight FAQs.
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