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Regulated prices & energy: an overview of EU and national case law

Introduction This Special Issue provides an overview of the main developments related to Regulation and Competition in the Energy sector from 2002 to September 2020. As the concept of “Regulation” has a very broad and sometimes ambiguous meaning, many authors have tried to define it. One of the most popular definition is from Philip Selznick, which states that regulation is a “sustained and focused control exercised by a public agency over activities that are valued by the community”. [1] As David Levi-Faur explained in his Handbook on the politics of regulation, [2] this definition implies that regulation involves “a continuous action of monitoring, assessment, and refinement of rules rather than ad hoc operation”. In the energy sector, regulation covers various fields and is

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Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Alexandra Sieffert-Xuriguera, Regulated prices & energy: an overview of EU and national case law, 17 September 2020, e-Competitions Regulated prices & Energy, Art. N° 94828

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