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This is a collection of slides, notes, lectures and papers from our conferences and seminars, where contributors have allowed us to share. Please click on the box to view the document.

Chairman slides Privatisation Seminar Nov 2019
(Slides Presentation)

Tony Ballance

Delivered as part of 'Has the privatisation experiment been a success with 30 years of evidence?', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 2019

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Investing in utility networks with less reliance on markets and more uncertainty: How do we deliver security and efficiency

Emily Clark

Delivered as part of 'Investing in utility networks with less reliance on markets and more uncertainty: how do we deliver security and efficiency?', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 2019

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Cognitive biases in the discovery and assesment of evidence in competition law cases

Chris Decker

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Ofgem's evolving approach to the use of evidence in policy making
(Slides Presentation)

David Gray

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Mapping customer requirements and behaviours in retail energy and financial services: what differs
(Slides Presentation)

Steve Smith

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Consumer interests: what we are doing, what we have discovered so far, and what questions does this raise for regulators?
(Slides Presentation)

Rachel Fletcher

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Some academic contributions to understanding consumer requirements and behaviour
(Slides Presentation)

Catherine Waddams

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Regulation and competition with captive customers
(Slides Presentation)

Sir John Vickers

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Analytic methods to understand consumers
(Slides Presentation)

Stefan Hunt

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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How do we discover what consumers really really want from their water provider?
(Slides Presentation)

Tony Ballance

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Regulation and public interest outcomes in energy and water: moving beyond compliance and towards a ‘Sustainable Licence to Operate’ for a disrupted world

Sharon Darcy - Director, Sustainability First

Delivered as part of 'Regulation and public interest ourcomes in energy and water: moving beyond compliance and towards a sustainable 'licence to operate' for a disrupted world'', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 2018

This seminar explored what climate change ('the fourth Industrial Revolution') might mean for UK energy and water sectors, and the short-term and long-term challenges this poses for regulators and service providers.

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Regulation and public interest outcomes in energy and water: moving beyond compliance and towards a ‘Sustainable Licence to Operate’ for a disrupted world
(Slides Presentation)

Sharon Darcy - Director, Sustainability First

Delivered as part of 'Regulation and public interest ourcomes in energy and water: moving beyond compliance and towards a sustainable 'licence to operate' for a disrupted world'', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 2018

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Trust, trustworthiness and the soft power mode of regulation
(Slides Presentation)

Ed Humpherson, Director General, Office for Statistics Regulation

Delivered as part of 'Regulatory Pathologies: Diagnosis and Remediation', Annual Westminster Conference 2018

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Pathologies of Brexit

Dr John Temple Lang

Delivered as part of 'Regulatory Pathologies: Diagnosis and Remediation', Annual Westminster Conference 2018

Brexit is an astonishing phenomenon, a huge change in trade policy not based on trade or economic considerations. In theory, Brexit could mean any one of a spectrum of economic arrangements, from something like EU …

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Retail energy market regulation: a case study in how not to do things...
(Slides Presentation)

Steve Smith

Delivered as part of 'Regulatory Pathologies: Diagnosis and Remediation', Annual Westminster Conference 2018

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UK Renewable Electricity Policy 2002-2018
(Slides Presentation)

John Constable

Delivered as part of 'Regulatory Pathologies: Diagnosis and Remediation', Annual Westminster Conference 2018

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Smart meters: a case study
(Slides Presentation)

Eleanor Mack

Delivered as part of 'Regulatory Pathologies: Diagnosis and Remediation', Annual Westminster Conference 2018

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Return of price regulation: why?
(Slides Presentation)

Amelia Fletcher

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Economic regulation of Heathrow Airport Ltd: challenges and opportunities
(Slides Presentation)

Andrew Walker

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Hinkley Point C: Value for money? Wider lessons?
(Slides Presentation)

Michael Kell

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Challenges in energy regulation
(Slides Presentation)

Jonathan Brearley

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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How can regulators demonstrate they are improving outcomes for consumers

Regina Finn and Simon Less

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Pandora's box of online ills: We should turn to technology and market driven solutions before imposing regulation or using competition law

Maurits Dolmans

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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'Digital revolution', 'Disruptive innovation' and conduct assessment: new insights needed for enforcement?
(Slides Presentation)

Dr Christina Caffarra

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Digital revolution, consolidation, and AI: implications for competition policy
(Slides Presentation)

Maurits Dolmans

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Brexit and the political economy of regulation

George Yarrow

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Digital comparison tools
(Slides Presentation)

Catherine Waddams

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Digital markets and new challenges
(Slides Presentation)

Daniel Gordon

Delivered as part of 'In a period of great disturbance and volatility', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2017

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Perceptions of BT
(Slides Presentation)

Emily Clark, Chief Economist, BT

Delivered as part of 'Too busy to think', Annual Westminster Conference 2017

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How well is competition policy and law coping with its challenges?
(Slides Presentation)

Bill Allan

Delivered as part of 'Too busy to think', Annual Westminster Conference 2017

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Perspectives on 'fairness'

George Yarrow

Delivered as part of 'Too busy to think', Annual Westminster Conference 2017

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Too busy to think? Entropic processes in regulatory policies: Programme notes

Delivered as part of 'Too busy to think', Annual Westminster Conference 2017

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Implications of sustained disruption in the communications sector
(Slides Presentation)

David Stewart, Towerhouse LLP

Delivered as part of 'Too busy to think', Annual Westminster Conference 2017

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Assessing regulatory adaptation: energy and financial services
(Slides Presentation)

Steve Smith

Delivered as part of 'Too busy to think', Annual Westminster Conference 2017

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Concepts of fairness and regulating for disruptive change
(Slides Presentation)

Bridget Rosewell

Delivered as part of 'Too busy to think', Annual Westminster Conference 2017

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Learning from others: Institutional weaknesses in US regulation?

Mark Jamison

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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The emergence of new issues
(Slides Presentation)

George Yarrow

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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The (energy) restaurant at the (other) end of the unvierse

John Pierce AO

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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Learning from others: Australia: how the energy markets are governed
(Slides Presentation)

John Pierce AO

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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The (r) evolution of network price determination processes
(Slides Presentation)

Steve Smith

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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Benchmarking: The lessons for regulatory procedure

Graham Shuttleworth

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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Some reflections on the evolution of network price determination processes
(Slides Presentation)

Stephen Littlechild

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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Ofgem, the CMA, and the retail energy market: economics or politics?
(Slides Presentation)

Stephen Littlechild

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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Opening the retail electricity market to competition
(Slides Presentation)

Stephen Littlechild

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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“Better to travel hopefully than to arrive?" The Reform of UK Competition law 1991-2016

Peter Freeman

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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CMA retail energy and banking inquiries: do we have a well-functioning competition authority?
(Slides Presentation)

Steve Smith

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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Early stage liberalisation and market opening: Gas (including Clare Spottiswoode's views)

Eileen Marshall

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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25 Years of regulation: Water services

Sir Ian Byatt

Delivered as part of 'The evolution of UK regulatory policy in retrospect: What has worked well? What hasn't? What can be learned from experience?', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2016

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Market governance: competition policy and business conduct regulation

George Yarrow

Delivered as part of 'Issues in market and regulatory governance', Annual Westminster Conference 2016

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Network Governance in a Changing World - Energy
(Slides Presentation)

Martin Crouch

Delivered as part of 'Issues in market and regulatory governance', Annual Westminster Conference 2016

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Regulatory Appeals to the CMA
(Slides Presentation)

John Wotton

Delivered as part of 'Issues in market and regulatory governance', Annual Westminster Conference 2016

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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes
(Slides Presentation)

Dame Deirdre Hutton

Delivered as part of 'Issues in market and regulatory governance', Annual Westminster Conference 2016

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Bringing competition to the FCA

Mary Starks

Delivered as part of 'Issues in market and regulatory governance', Annual Westminster Conference 2016

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Network governance in a changing world: what's happening in water?
(Slides Presentation)

Cathryn Ross

Delivered as part of 'Issues in market and regulatory governance', Annual Westminster Conference 2016

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Regulatory implications of networks in decline
(Slides Presentation)

Chris Decker

Delivered as part of 'Symposium', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2015

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Mapping the boundary between consumer protection policy and competition policy: when does consumer protection become anti-competitive
(Slides Presentation)

Jenny Block

Delivered as part of 'Symposium', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2015

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The story of a business leader learning to be a regulator and a regulator learning to redefine regulation
(Slides Presentation)

Jonson Cox

Delivered as part of 'Symposium', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2015

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The role of regulation in facilitating efficient investment
(Slides Presentation)

Iain Osborne

Delivered as part of 'Regulation of markets and networks in the UK: the state of play in a period of economic and political insecurity', Annual Westminster Conference 2015

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The purposes and functions of economic regulation
(Slides Presentation)

Cathryn Ross

Delivered as part of 'Regulation of markets and networks in the UK: the state of play in a period of economic and political insecurity', Annual Westminster Conference 2015

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Regulatory Challenges in the Financial Sector

Paul A. Grout

Delivered as part of 'Regulation of markets and networks in the UK: the state of play in a period of economic and political insecurity', Annual Westminster Conference 2015

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Remedies in financial services markets
(Slides Presentation)

Andrea Coscelli

Delivered as part of 'Regulation of markets and networks in the UK: the state of play in a period of economic and political insecurity', Annual Westminster Conference 2015

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Regulation and consumers' interests
(Slides Presentation)

Alex Chisholm

Delivered as part of 'Regulation of markets and networks in the UK: the state of play in a period of economic and political insecurity', Annual Westminster Conference 2015

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The Independence of Economic Regulators
(Slides Presentation)

Filippo Cavassini

Delivered as part of 'Regulation of markets and networks in the UK: the state of play in a period of economic and political insecurity', Annual Westminster Conference 2015

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Role of regulation in facilitating efficient investment
(Slides Presentation)

James Wardlaw

Delivered as part of 'Regulation of markets and networks in the UK: the state of play in a period of economic and political insecurity', Annual Westminster Conference 2015

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Coherence and stability in regulatory policy - Ofgem
(Slides Presentation)

David Gray

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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Overseas experience: New Zealand
(Slides Presentation)

Sue Begg

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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From vertically integrated monopolies to effectively competitive markets: Lessons in regulatory humility

Scott Hempling

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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Economic regulation in dynamic systems: implications and opportunities
(Slides Presentation)

Cathryn Ross

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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The use of competition and regulatory powers: cross sectoral cooperation between regulators
(Slides Presentation)

Richard Price

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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Overseas experience: Estonia
(Slides Presentation)

Märt Ots

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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Size, scope and structure of relevant institutions: introductory remarks from the chair
(Slides Presentation)

Gordon Downie

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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Interpreting and implementing 'promotion of competition' objectives

Steve Smith

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest? Independent regulation and accountability to the courts

Peter Freeman

Delivered as part of 'Coherence and stability in regulatory practice', Annual Westminster Conference 2014

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Independent regulation of legal services
(Slides Presentation)

Crispin Passmore

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

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The viability of institutional separation: lessons from GB energy regulation

Tim Tutton

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

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What of the regulation of utilities

Sir Ian Byatt

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

Utilities comprise roads; railways; water; gas; electricity; trams; buses and urban railways; retail banking. Not, this morning, health and education. A history of change, showing the shift, backwards and forwards between competition and regulation, and …

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Lessons from developing economies on the independece of regulators: Evidence, theory and...impressions
(Slides Presentation)

Professor Antonio Estache

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

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Independent regulators
(Slides Presentation)

Professor Francesc Trllas

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

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The institutional architecture of delegated regulation and its checks and balances
(Slides Presentation)

Chris Decker

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

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Capture of independent sectoral regulators

Regina Finn and Simon Less

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

This presentation to the conference also appears in the Letters and Notes publication series.

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Is it possible to serve more than one master? Regulatory issues where there are multiple regulatory mechanisms

John Swift QC

Delivered as part of 'The future of independent regulation', Annual Westminster Conference 2013

Where it is plainly in the public interest, there can be multiple regulatory mechanisms that do not imperil the independence of the regulator. To achieve the goal of alignment of achievement of shared objectives, protocols …

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Reflections on the Ofwat Review
(Slides Presentation)

David Gray

Delivered as part of 'Reflections on the Government review of Ofwat', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 2011

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Competition and (tele)communications
(Slides Presentation)

Fod Barnes

Delivered as part of 'The role of competition in public policy', Annual Westminster Conference 2010

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Competition and consumer protection in retail energy markets
(Slides Presentation)

Catherine Waddams

Delivered as part of 'The role of competition in public policy', Annual Westminster Conference 2010

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UK competition law 10 years on
(Slides Presentation)

Sir John Vickers

Delivered as part of 'The role of competition in public policy', Annual Westminster Conference 2010

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Why competition? 250 years of learning and forgetting in political economy
(Slides Presentation)

George Yarrow

Delivered as part of 'The role of competition in public policy', Annual Westminster Conference 2010

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Supervision of competitive and regulatory processes: the role of legal frameworks. Robin Hood or Thomas Cromwell

Peter Freeman

Delivered as part of 'The role of competition in public policy', Annual Westminster Conference 2010

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Competition policy in distressed industries

Carl Shapiro

Delivered as part of 'Challenges to existing regulatory structures and paradigms', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2010

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The role of competition in retail banking
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Helen Jenkins

Delivered as part of 'The role of competition in public policy', Annual Westminster Conference 2010

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Is there an end game for regulation with competitive markets
(Slides Presentation)

Mike Alexander

Delivered as part of 'Is there an end game for regulation with competitive markets', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 2000

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Contrasts in Germany: decentralised versus sector-specific regulation

Katharina Gassner

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

An overview of the recent liberalisation of the telecommunications, electricity, and railways sectors in Germany.

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The establishment of independent regulators in France

Dominique Bureau and Nicolas Curien

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

Although telecommunications and electricity are not the only secotors in France affected by liberalisation and market-oriented EU directives, they are two exemplary sectores for studying the emergence of independent regulatory authorities, the subject of this …

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Developments in regulatory principles: the UK experience

published July 2000

Developments in the principles of utility regulation are assessed in the light of UK experience. The incentives-rent extraction model of price regulation, multi-product pricing and access pricing, rules for spot markets, structural regulation and the …

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Co-operation among energy regulators in the European Union

Jorge Vasconcelos

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

This paper addresses the questions of how and why do European energy regulators co-operate.It is divided into five sections: a description of the legal framewrorks and market structures of electricity and natural gas in the …

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The water regulation regime in England & Wales

Sir Ian Byatt

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

This is a draft of chapter 8 of book, 'Regulation of Network Utilities' (edited by Claude Henry, Michel Matheu and Alain Jeunemaitre and published by OUP 2001) assessing new forms of public regulation in Europe

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New regulations for public services in competition

Claude Henry and Michel Matheu

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

This is an introduction to a book (edited by Claude Henry, Michel Matheu and Alain Jeunemaitre and published by OUP 2001) assessing new forms of public regulation in Europe and indicating what has already been …

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The electricity and telecommunications sectors in Spain: Rapid change, regulators at the crossroads

Michel Matheu and Nicolas Curien

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

This study highlights limits to real reform in the electricity and telecommunications sectors in Spain

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The regulation of water public services in France

Bruno Johannes and Pierre-Alain Roches

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

In France, the debate on regulation of public services often excludes the water sector, one of the few sectors not affected by post-war nationalisation. The industry is decentralisied, with quality and price placed on the …

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The pioneering Swedish experiment in railway regulation

Luc Baumstark

published July 2000

Delivered as part of 'Regulating network utilities in the EU', Occasional seminars and conferences 2000

Sweden's railway reform, which preceded the European Directive of 1991, constitutes an ideal observatory for other countries and stands in contrast with British reform. In Sweden, openness to competition has not led to withdrawal of …

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Competition Policy, Innovation and Technological Change

Speech to the Hertford Seminar in Regulation, 'New challenges in competition policy'

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Regulatory risk and cost of capital: summary of views of interveiwees

Josie McLaren and Tony Appleyard

Delivered as part of 'Regulatory risk and the cost of capital in the utilities', Occasional seminars and conferences 1996

Between July 1995 and January 1996 a series of one-to-one reviews were carried out with all the regulatory bodies, seven investment analysts, five companies each in the electricity and water industries, British Gas (BG), British …

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The nature of regulatory risk

Josie McLaren and Tony Appleyard

published July 1996

Delivered as part of 'Regulatory risk and the cost of capital in the utilities', Occasional seminars and conferences 1996

Regulatory risk is a controversial topic. Firstly, does the presence of an industry regulator create regulatory risk, and, secondly, if regulatory risk does exist, should investors be compensated in the form of extra return? This …

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Notes on energy prices and regulatory policy

George Yarrow

published September 1993

Delivered as part of 'Energy and Environment Regulation', Occasional seminars and conferences 1993

Energy prices are a much favoured target of public policy, subject to price controls in franchised monopoly markets, with a levy applied to electricity generated from fossil-fuel generating sets passed over to the operators of …

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The optimal control of global warming

David Maddison

published September 1993

Delivered as part of 'Energy and Environment Regulation', Occasional seminars and conferences 1993

This paper integrates a simple model of the global economy with a model of the global climate in order to calculate the associated evolution of global warming over the very long term. It includes both …

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Problems of regulating environmental externalities

Dr N J Eyre

published September 1993

Environmental regulation is defined as regulation undertaken to protect environmental standards. The precise objectives are, however, frequently far less clear, sometimes even to the regulator. Definition of precise objecives of the regulation is a crucial …

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Optimal control of global warming

David Maddison

published September 1993

This paper integrates a simple model of the global economy with a model of the global climate.

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Economic evaluation of different generating systems: Environmental cost and carbon tax simulation

Kazuya Fujime

published September 1993

Delivered as part of 'Energy and Environment Regulation', Occasional seminars and conferences 1993

This study examines perspectives of different generating systems (nuclear, LNG, coal, oil, thermal power) in economic terms by extimating their generating costs at the plants commissioned in fiscal 1992 and those in fiscal 2000 from …

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Regulatory interventions for promoting investments in environmentally benign energy technologies

Professor Kenji Yamaji

published September 1993

Delivered as part of 'Energy and Environment Regulation', Occasional seminars and conferences 1993

The costs and effectiveness of two CO2 emission control policies in Japan

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Wither gas regulation?

George Yarrow, Nigel Shaw and Peter Adams

published April 1992

Delivered as part of 'Whither gas regulation?', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 1992

Three papers based upon presentations at a seminar held at Hertford College, Oxford in February 1992. The presentations were intended to offer rather different perspectives on gas regulation.

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Whither gas regulation?

published February 1992

This is a collection of 3 essays arising out of a Hertford Seminar in March 1992. 'Four views of regulation' by <strong>George Yarrow</strong>, Director, RPI, 'Future gas regulation in Britain: alternative scenarios' by Nigel Shaw; …

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