6 edition of The Political Economy of Power Sector Reform found in the catalog.
March 12, 2007
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||David G. Victor (Editor), Thomas C. Heller (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||348|
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6 The political economy of power sector reform in South Africa Anton Eberhard Introduction The dominant trend in the evolution of the power sector in South Africa over much of the last century was the growth and consolidation of a large and powerful state-owned, vertically integrated monopoly, ESKOM.
Most of the early private power producers. However, as they grow in size and political power, they become entrenched. Second, subsidy reform strategies vary because the underlying political economy problems vary.
When benefits are concentrated, satisfying or isolating) interest groups with alternative policies is Cited by: The Nigerian power sector reform is necessitated by the chronic poor performance of the sector and has as its compass the Electric Power Sector Reform Act and the Roadmap for Power Sector Reform Implementing reform has resulted in significant progress that includes unbundling and privatization of the long-standing government-owned monopoly in the power sector.
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This book comprises two parts that attempt to explain the political economy of water pricing reforms. The three sections of part 1 provide the theoretical and empirical foundation to the approach of this book Cited by: Over the last fifteen years the world's largest developing countries have initiated market reform in their electric power sectors from generation to distribution.
This book evaluates the experiences of five of those countries - Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa - as they have shifted from state-dominated systems to schemes allowing for a larger private sector role.
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Reform in electricity sector is all about getting the politics right Electricity is invariably political in India. Far from depoliticising the sector, reform will require deeper, but careful. political issues. This chapter aims to introduce the political economy of capitalism in order to take note of two modes of governmental intervention, direct and indirect, and to highlight two differing roles of government, administrative and entrepreneurial.
The chapter begins with an austere definition of capitalism which calls attention to. Though this literature is considered to have considerably expanded the scope of understanding around power sector reform and development, political economy research in the area is found to be.
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The political economy of power sector reform: the experiences of five major developing countries. [David G Victor; Thomas C Heller;] -- Evaluates the experiences of market reforms in the electric power sectors of five developing countries.This conference is being held at the early stages in a cluster of related studies on the political economy of electric power systems in developing countries.
The event has been timed to allow the presentation of the first drafts of the overall framework as well as individual case studies-to be critiqued and counseled. The introductory overview provides a framework for thinking.