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Regulatory Challenges to European Electricity Liberalisation

By David Newbery


Regulatory Challenges to European Electricity Liberalisatio

Topics: Classification-JEL: Competition, regulation, electricity, contracts, market power, K23, L51, L94
Publisher: Faculty of Economics
Year: 2004
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