Regulatory Politics and Electric Utilities

Regulatory Politics and Electric Utilities

A Case Study in Political Economy

Book - 1981
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Traditional theories hold that regulatory agencies act mainly as champions of the interest they are meant to oversee. Anderson looks at regulation within the fast-changing environment. By adding the external political and internal bureaucratic variables he evaluates the capture theory.

Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Auburn House Pub. Co., c1981.
ISBN: 9780865690585
0865690588
Characteristics: xv, 191 p. ; 24 cm.

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