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Economics of Regulation

Title AuthorsYearJEL Codes
State-Level Electricity Generation Efficiency: Do Restructuring and Regulatory Institutions Matter in the US?Ajayi, V. and Weyman-Jones, T.[2021]C23 D24 L51 L94
Optimising VRE Plant Capacity in Renewable Energy ZonesSimshauser, P., Billimoria, F. and Rogers, C.[2021]D25 D80 G32 L51 Q41
Hayek and the Texas blackoutLittlechild, S. and Kiesling, L.[2021]L94 L51 K23 D47 D82
Market Power and Price Exposure: Learning from Changes in Renewables RegulationFabra, N. and Imelda.[2021]L13 L51 Q4
Vulnerable households and fuel poverty: policy targeting efficiency in Australia’s National Electricity MarketSimshauser, P.[2021]D25 D80 G32 L51 Q41
Renewable Energy Zones in Australia’s National Electricity MarketSimshauser, P.[2021]D25 D80 G32 L51 Q41
Finance as Perpetual Orgy How the ‘new alchemists’ twisted Kindleberger’s cycle of “manias, panics and crashes” into “manias, panics and renewed manias”Palma, J. G.[2020]E22 D70 D81,E24 E51 F02 F21 F32 F40 F44 F63 G15 G20 G28 G30 G38 L51 N20 O16
An Overall Customer Satisfaction score for GB energy suppliersLittlechild, S.[2020]L15 L51 L94
Generalized linear competition: From pass-through to policyGenakos, C., Grey, F., and Ritz, R.[2020]D43 H23 L51 L93
The CMA’s assessment of customer detriment in the UK retail energy marketLittlechild, S.[2020]L94 L95 L51
Can wholesale electricity prices support “subsidy-free” generation investment in Europe?Chyong, C., Pollitt, M., Cruise, R.[2019]D47 L94 L98 L51 Q48 Q41 C61
Political Economy of Reform and Regulation in the Electricity Sector of Sub-Saharan AfricaImam, M., Jamasb, T. and Llorca, M.[2019]D73 Q48 L51 L94 O55 P16
The role of expectations for market design – on structural regulatory uncertainty in electricity marketsAmbrosius, M., Egerer, J., Grimm, V. and van der Weijde, A.[2019]D47 D80 L51 Q41 Q48
Network Utilities Performance and Institutional Quality: Evidence from the Italian Electricity SectorSoroush, G., Cambini, C., Jamasb, T. and Llorca, M.[2019]D22 L51 L94 O43
Utilities Governance, Incentives, and Performance: Evidence from the Water Sector in IndiaNyathikala, S., Jamasb, T., Llorca, M., Kulshrestha, M.[2018]L97 L95 L51 L43 R52
Pass-through, profits and the political economy of regulationGrey, F., Ritz, R.[2018]D43 H23 L51 L92 Q54
Reactive Power Procurement: Lessons from Three Leading CountriesAnaya, K., Pollitt, M.[2018]D47 L51 Q40 Q48
Regional Differences in Economic Impacts of Power Outages in FinlandGunduz, N., Kufeoglu, S., Winzer, C., Lehtonen, M.[2018]L15 L51 L94
Economic dispatch in the electricity sector in China: potential benefits and challenges aheadChen, H., Chyong CK., Kang, J-N., Wei Y-M.[2018]P28 Q48 L94 L51 L52
Institutions and Performance of Regulated Firms: Evidence from Electric Utilities in the Indian StatesJamasb, T., Llorca, M., Khetrapal, P., Thakur, T.[2018]D22 L51 L94 O43
A Primer on Capacity MechanismsFabra, N.[2018]L13 L51 L94
Small Systems, Big Targets: Power Sector Reforms and Renewable Energy Development in Small Electricity SystemsNepal, R. and Jamasb, T. and Sen, A. and Cram, L.[2017]D04 L94 Q48 L51
What future(s) for liberalized electricity markets: efficient, equitable or innovative?Newbery, D.[2017]D44 L51 L94 Q40 Q48 Q51
The CMA’s Assessment of Customer Detriment in the GB Retail Energy MarketLittlechild, S.[2017]L94 L95 L51
Gone with the wind? An empirical analysis of the renewable energy rent transferLiski, M. and Vehviläinen, I.[2017]L51 L94 Q28 Q42 Q48
Using a spatial econometric approach to mitigate omitted variables in stochastic frontier models: An application to Norwegian electricity distribution networksOrea, L. and Álvarez, I. and Jamasb, T.[2016]D24 L51 L94
The Direct Costs and Benefits of US Electric Utility DivestituresTriebs, T. P. and Pollitt, M. G.[2015]L25 L51 L94
The benefits of integrating European electricity marketsNewbery, D. M., Strbac, G. and Viehoff, I.[2015]D61 F15 L51 L94
Distributed Generation: Opportunities for Distribution Network Operators, Wider Society and GeneratorsAnaya, K. L. and Pollitt, M. G.[2015]D61 H25 L51 L94 Q40 Q48
The Role of Distribution Network Operators in Promoting Cost-Effective Distributed Generation: Lessons from the United States for EuropeAnaya, K. and Pollitt, M.[2014]D44 L51 L94 Q28,Q48
Promoting or restricting competition?: Regulation of the UK retail residential energy market since 2008Littlechild, S.[2014]L510 L970 L940
Incentive Regulation and Utility Benchmarking for Electricity Network SecurityJamasb, T. and Nepal, R.[2014]L94 L51 L98
The competition assessment framework for the retail energy sector: some concerns about the proposed interpretationLittlechild, S.[2014]L970 L510
Issues and Options in the Economic Regulation of European Network SecurityJamasb, T. and Nepal, R.[2014]L51 L94 L98
Dynamic Efficiency and Incentive Regulation: An Application to Electricity Distribution NetworksPoudineh, R., Emvalomatis, G. and Jamasb, T. .[2014]L43 L51 L94 D21 D23 D24
Title:Distributed Generation Storage, Demand Response, and Energy Efficiency as Alternatives to Grid Capacity EnhancementPoudineh, R. and Jamasb, T.[2013]L43 L51 L52 L94
Finding the Optimal Approach for Allocating and Realising the Distribution System Capacity: Decidng between Interruptible Connections and Firm DG Connections.Anaya, K. L. and Pollitt, M.[2013]D61 L51 L94 Q21 Q40 Q48
Efficiency and Environmental Factors in the US Electricity Transmission IndustryLlorca, M., Orea, L. and Pollitt, M.[2013]D22 L51 L94
Understanding best practice regarding interruptible connections for wind generation: lessons from national and international experienceAnaya, K. L. and Pollitt, M.[2013]L51 L94 Q20 Q28 Q40
Investment and Efficiency under Incentive Regulation: The Case of the Norwegian Electricity Distribution NetworksPoudineh, R. and Jamasb, T.[2013]L43 L51 L94 D21 D23 D24
How to create a financial crisis by trying to avoid one: the Brazilian 1999-financial collapse as "Macho-Monetarism" can't handle "Bubble Thy Neighbour" levels of inflowsPalma, J. G.[2013]D70 D81 F21 F32 F40 G15 G28 G38 H12 L51 N20 O16 O43
A cross country analysis of electricity market reforms: potential contribution of New Institutional EconomicsErdogdu, E.[2012]E02 L51 L94 O17
The Impact of Transmission Pricing in Network IndustriesRuderer, D.[2012]L94 L51 D41
The Hunter Valley Access Undertaking: elements of a negotiated settlementBordignon, S. and Littlechild, S.[2012]L51 L92 L97
How the full opening of the capital account to highly liquid financial markets led Latin America to two and a half cycles of ‘mania, panic and crash’Palma, J. G.[2012]D70 D81 F21 F32 F40 G15 G28 G38 H12 L51 N20 O16 O43
Merchant and Regulated Transmission: Theory, Evidence and PolicyLittlechild, S.[2011]L33 L51 L94
Lessons from the History of Independent System Operators in the Energy Sector, with applications to the Water SectorPollitt, M. J.[2011]L23 L51 L94
Regulation, customer protection and customer engagementLittlechild, S.[2011]L51 L90
The Process of Negotiating Settlements at FERCLittlechild, S.[2011]L51 L95
Estimating Marginal Cost of Quality Improvements: The Case of the UK Electricity Distribution CompaniesJamasb, T., Orea , L. O. and Pollitt, M. G.[2010]L51 L94
Efficiency Effects of Quality of Service and Environmental Factors: Experience from Norwegian Electricity DistributionGrowitsch, C., Jamasb, T. and Wetzel , H. .[2010]L15 L51 L94
The Direct Costs and Benefits of US Electric Utility DivestituresTriebs, T. P., Pollitt, M. G. and Kwoka, J. E.[2010]L25 L51 L94
Ownership and competition: Finding Performance Breaks for Great Britain's Power PlantsTriebs, T. P. and Pollitt, M. G.[2010]L33 L16 L51 L94
Weather Factors and Performance of Network Utilities: A Methodology and Application to Electricity DistributionJamasb, T., Orea, L. and Pollitt, M. G.[2010]L15 L51 L94

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