The electricity industry has seen a lot of transformations since the 1980s. Privatizations, deregulations, opening of markets: new forms of organization have come up that question the model of regulation inspired by the theories of natural monopoly. This volume is an overview of a complex economic process which appears irreversible, despite the problems that badly conceived deregulations are causing in California and elsewhere.
The merits of free trade in the Americas.
American trade restrictions on Canadian softwood lumber.
International trade in agricultural products remains one of the most regulated economic sectors in the world today.