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by Paul MacAvoy

Author: Paul MacAvoy
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger; New edition edition (June 15, 1977)
Pages: 281 pages
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Price Formation in Natural Gas Fields: A Study in Competition, Monopsony, and Regulation. Behavioral Economics. Crime and Punishment: An Economic Approach. The Geography of Development. Desmet et al. The Pricing of Options and Corporate Liabilities. Black et al. Law and Finance.

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This study concentrates on the economic reasons for regulation, stating .

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A Study of Competition, Monopoly, and Regulation (Yale Studies in Economics). Published June 15, 1977 by Greenwood Press Reprint. Gas fields, Monopsonies.

Paul Webster MACAVOY, economist in the field of Public Policy; Role of Government; Energy; Public Utilities and Costs of. .Energy Regulation by the Federal Power Commission (Studies in the regulation of economic activity)

Paul Webster MACAVOY, economist in the field of Public Policy; Role of Government; Energy; Public Utilities and Costs of Government Regulation of Other Industries in the Private Sector. Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1982. Energy Regulation by the Federal Power Commission (Studies in the regulation of economic activity). 10763/?tag prabook0b-20. Economics of the Natural Gas Shortage: 1960-80 (Contributions to Economic Analysis). Published by North-Holland in 1975. Regulation of the Field Market for Natural Gas by the Federal Power Commission.

Paul W. MacAvoy, Price Formation in Natural Gas Fields, Yale University Press, 1962, p. 16 (footnote). 1966) Pricing in Publicly-Controlled Industries: . In: Hague D. (eds) Price Formation in Various Economies. 2. Robert W. Gerwig, Natural Gas Production: A Study of Costs of Regulation, P. dissertation, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 1963, pp. 15, 1. oogle Scholar. 1. FPC Opinion No. 225, In Re Atlantic Seaboard Corp. et a. Docket Nos. G-1384, G-1175. International Economic Association Series. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

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Price formation is the direct method of state regulation of natural monopoly and it is advantageous. Common methods for regulating pricing are regulation based on the rate of return, the most widely spread in the United States and regulation on the basis of tariff formulas limit prices, used in Europe. The natural monopoly is of paramount importance for the economy. The state regulation of a natural monopoly is often supplemented by measures of economic support (partial budget financing and budget lending) for ensuring the effectiveness of social production.

This study concentrates on the economic reasons for regulation, stating the characteristics of price formation--monoploy price formation and competitive and monopsony price formation--in order to see which corresponds most closely to actul price formation.