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Auctions to gas transmission access: The British experience

By Tanga McDaniel and Karsten Neuhoff

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Auctions to gas transmission access: The British experienc

Topics: Classification-JEL: D44, D45, L5, L95, gas, network, access, auction, regulation
Publisher: Faculty of Economics
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:www.repository.cam.ac.uk:1810/330
Provided by: Apollo

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