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Energy regulation in Europe : the politics of regulation and regulatory policy revisited
05 September 2019
Competition and regulation in network industries, 2019, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 240–249
In the first part, the author describes the evolution of European Union politics of regulation since liberalization of network industries and provides a critical assessment of its major shortcomings. The second part discusses the importance of consistent regulatory policies that take into account new technologies and increasingly complex public policies.
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