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Caught between Theory and Practice: Government, Market, and Regulatory Failure in Electricity Sector Reforms

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Caught between Theory and Practice : Government, Market, and Regulatory Failure in Electricity Sector Reforms. / Nepal, Rabindra; Jamasb, Tooraj.

I: Economic Analysis and Policy, Bind 46, Nr. June, 2015, s. 16-24.

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Nepal, Rabindra ; Jamasb, Tooraj. / Caught between Theory and Practice : Government, Market, and Regulatory Failure in Electricity Sector Reforms. I: Economic Analysis and Policy. 2015 ; Bind 46, Nr. June. s. 16-24.

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