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Lessons from the Failure of U.S. Electricity Restructuring

journal contribution
posted on 01.05.2001, 00:00 by Seth B. Blumsack, Jay Apt, Lester B Lave
Blind faith is unlikely to produce a free market that is competitive. Substituting markets for traditional regulation is only one choice among many policy instruments to achieve a goal of lower prices; such substitution should not be in itself a goal




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