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Democracy and regulation : How the public can govern essential services / por Greg Palast [y otros dos más] autores

By: Palast, Greg.
Contributor(s): Oppenheim, Jerrold | MacGregor, Theo.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: England : Pluto Press, 2003Description: 233 páginas.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0745319424.Subject(s): Condiciones Económicas | Democracia | Servicios Públicos | Privatización | Estados UnidosDDC classification: 330.9
Contents:
1. Secrecy, democracy and regulation. 2. Regulating in public. 3. Competition as substitute for regulation? Britain to California. 4. Re-gulation is not deregulation. 5. The open regulatoty process. 6. Social pricing. 7. Issues that are publicly decided. 8. An alternative: Democratic negotiations. 9. Be tgere: a guide to public participation. 10. istory of democratic utility regulation in the US. 11. Regulating the multinational utility. 12. Failed experiments in the UK and the US. 13. The biggest failures: California and Enron. 14. International democracy- Developing and developed countries.
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1. Secrecy, democracy and regulation. 2. Regulating in public. 3. Competition as substitute for regulation? Britain to California. 4. Re-gulation is not deregulation. 5. The open regulatoty process. 6. Social pricing. 7. Issues that are publicly decided. 8. An alternative: Democratic negotiations. 9. Be tgere: a guide to public participation. 10. istory of democratic utility regulation in the US. 11. Regulating the multinational utility. 12. Failed experiments in the UK and the US. 13. The biggest failures: California and Enron. 14. International democracy- Developing and developed countries.

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