Skip to Main Navigation

Public policy for the private sector (Inglês)

A global market of US$30 billion a year. Company strategies. Reality checks for power forecasts. The real world of power sector regulation. Competitive contracting for privately generated power. Fiscal systems for oil-how governments compete for exploration investment. Bankruptcy reform-breaking the Court Logjam in Colombia. To buy or lease? Farm revival in Eastern and Central Europe. Money laundering and international efforts to fight it. Protecting bank depositors.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    So, Jae ; Shin, Ben ; Bacon, Robert ; Tenenbaum, Bernard ; Khelil, Chakib ; Atzyas, 1Zak ; Razzaz, Omar ; Scott, David ; Talley, Samuel

  • Data do documento

    1995/06/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Boletim

  • No. do relatório

    47579

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Colômbia,

    Europa,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe, Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2009/03/17

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Public policy for the private sector

  • Palavras-chave

    Finance & Private Sector;regulatory entity;real per capita income;income elasticity;independent regulatory entity;power purchase agreement;Privatization;rate of change;independent power producer;amount of power;price elasticity;demand forecast;power sector reform;energy and power;return on capital;price of energy;supply of energy;lack of competition;power sector entity;benefits of regulation;consumer price index;gross national product;holding company;demand for power;gas-fired power plant;class of investor;natural gas pipeline;export credit financing;access to information;law and regulation;benefits of competition;private infrastructure investment;economies in transition;water treatment plant;activity in infrastructure;share of revenue;energy and water;independent regulatory commission;absence of competition;private power;operational efficiency;Toll Road;industrial country;private investor;electricity price;demand pattern;sale agreement;macroeconomic development;energy intensity;private investment;regulatory system;infrastructure company;energy intensities;equipment supplier;price rise;reality check;Socialist economies;greenfield investment;credible commitment;forecast error;regulatory performance;power company;regulatory commitment;bankruptcy reform;energy price;fiscal system;private ownership;hypothetical country;macroeconomic variable;profit motive;price regulation;contractual arrangement;competitive strategy;demand growth;power system;state enterprises;telecommunications company;service concession;efficient operation;private enterprise;capacity cost;government control;hypothetical case;privatization policy;telephone call;regulatory law;fuel cost;regulatory institution;fuel efficiency;Communications Network;gas power;global infrastructure;management service;regulatory environment;sectoral distribution;privatization experience;government intervention;fiscal crisis;natural monopolies;fuel price;plant output;generating plant;efficiency loss;monopoly expropriation;geographic pattern;power pool;contract structure;private entity;regulatory action;industry structure;power supply;monopoly profit;tariff increase;Energy Sector;capacity shortage;equity share;inefficient operation;basic standard;Socialist countries;heat rate;legal monopoly;guarantee program;executive department;political authority;base load;domestic ownership;future market;negative reaction;guarantee fee;debt service;private lender;legal clause;political pressure;monopoly price;tariff change;retained earnings;spare capacity;market growth;financial prospect;regulated enterprise;political difficulty;regulating utility;project finance;state power;potential investor;power enterprise;political decision;capacity utilization;long-term contract;private telecommunication;financing constraint;incentive scheme;state monopoly;public regulation;tariff control;private capital;Power Generation;sovereign risk;public view;expert witness;supply capacity;regulatory regime;local citizen;wastewater distribution;price effect;econometric model;Learning and Innovation Credit;short period;elasticity analysis;telecommunications privatization;competitive solutions;living standard;elasticity demand;management skill;implicit price;gas transport;financial distress;court procedure;short-term transaction;water company;head start;land sale;construction company;geographic diversification;working relationship;legal environment;state ownership;long-term rate;data gaps;leasing arrangement;power price;test case;real income;econometric study;commercial demand;industrial demand;private venture;geographic focus;income growth;econometric evidence;water concession;fiscal term;technological development;regulatory change;property development;public scrutiny;efficient investment;parking facility;sale contract;Bankruptcy Law;cable television;Managing Services;wastewater treatment;infrastructure industry;electric utilities;telecommunications market;distribution network;favorable financing;private finance

Downloads

COMPLETAR RELATÓRIO

Versão oficial do documento (pode conter assinaturas, etc.)

  • PDF oficial
  • TXT*
  • Total Downloads** :
  • Download Stats
  • *A versão do texto é um OCR incorreto e está incluído unicamente em benefício de usuários com conectividade lenta.