Regulatory Economics And Quantitative Methods. Evidence from Latin America.
This book comprises original contributions on issues relating to regulation in Latin America. The focus is on regulation in infrastructure industries and attempts to show how quantitative analysis can contribute to more effective regulation. In particular, chapters discuss central issues relating to the measures used for benchmarking natural monopolies, incentives and contractual arrangements used in the regulatory environment and the impact of regulation and regulatory processes. The contributors are: A. Bustos, O.O. Chisari, A. Estache, A. Galetovic, A. Gómez-Lobo, M.M. González, P. Margaretic, M.F. Martínez, D. Petrecolla, C. Romero, M. Rossi, and L. Trujillo.
Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, CRC Series on Competition, Regulation and Development, 232 pp.