Electricity reform in China, India and Russia: the World Bank template and the politics of power

Examining the reform and restructuring of the electricity industry in China, India and Russia, this book explores the way that local conditions and institutions shape the commitment, direction and speed of public utility reform in the three countries. It questions the validity of the argument that o... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Xu, Yi-Chong
Format: Buch
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: Cheltenham [u.a.] Elgar 2004
Beschreibung: XIV, 359 S. graph. Darst.
Schlagworte (SWD): Russland
Elektrizitätswirtschaft
Wirtschaftsreform
Indien
China
Schlagworte (STW): China
Elektrizitätspolitik
Elektrizitätswirtschaft
Indien
Reform
Russland
Schlagworte (SH): Electric utilities > Government policy > China
Electric utilities > Government policy > India
Electric utilities > Government policy > Russia (Federation)
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520 |a Examining the reform and restructuring of the electricity industry in China, India and Russia, this book explores the way that local conditions and institutions shape the commitment, direction and speed of public utility reform in the three countries. It questions the validity of the argument that one model for electricity reforms will work in all countries, on the grounds that the industry is the same everywhere, by examining the World Bank's involvement in economic reforms in developing and transition economies. The author asks how the template developed by the World Bank has affected the three countries and seeks to explain why changes took place, how effectively they have been proceeding, and what the consequences are for these countries. In so doing, Electricity Reform in China, India and Russia challenges both the assumption behind the new reform paradigm - that market competition is the panacea for all the ills of the electricity industry - and the oft-cited belief that a single template can work in different environments. China, India and Russia have different political and economic systems and at different development stages. Xu Yi-chong uses the experience of the three countries to illustrate the complications created by the use of a single template, a policy encouraged by the World Bank, to direct reform and the need to appreciate the different problems that each had to overcome. Academics and students who are interested in comparative politics, comparative economics, public policy and particularly the reform of public utilities will find this work of great interest, as will practitioners and those who are involved in restructuring the electricity industry worldwide. 
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992 |a CONTENTS LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF TABLES ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ABBREVIATIONS CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS TO US DOLLARS INTRODUCTION 2 ELECTRICITY REFORM: CHANGING THE CONSENSUS 3 BUILDING ELECTRICITY SYSTEMS 4 INITIATING CHANGES 5 OWNERSHIP REFORM 6 STRUCTURAL REFORM 7 REGULATORY REFORM 8 REFORM COMPLICATIONS 9 CONCLUSION REFERENCES INDEX V VI VII IX XI XIV 12 50 85 133 179 228 280 323 329 351 

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