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Библиографический список по теме "Экономическое регулирование в электроэнергетике"

Опубликовано на портале: 13-05-2004
Библиографический список составляют статьи и книги, посвященные ценовому (тарифному) регулированию электроэнергетики, а также анализу реформ данной отрасли, имевших место за рубежом в конце 20 - начале 21 века. Наряду со специальными исследованиями, в список включены классические источники по теории регулирования, а также исследования законодательной базы регулирования электроэнергетики в разных странах.

Экономическое регулирование в электроэнергетике

 

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