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Reforming electricity reforms? Empirical evidence from Asian economies

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OIES paper: EL 18
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After more than two decades of attempts at electricity sector reform, there is a strong case for assessing empirical evidence on its outcomes, particularly for developing countries. Electricity reform programmes, implemented through the ‘standard’ or ‘textbook’ model, have their foundations in standard microeconomic theory and are based on the rationale that restructuring towards greater competition can lead to higher efficiency, maximise economic welfare, and transfer surplus to consumers. I...

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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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CDU Business School, Charles Darwin University
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Durham University Business School
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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Publisher's website
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2016-05-02

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