Ontario Hydro at the Millennium: Has Monopoly's Moment Passed?

Ontario Hydro at the Millennium: Has Monopoly's Moment Passed?

by Ronald Daniels
     
 

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Contents The Future of Ontario Hydro: A Review of Structural and Regulatory Options -- Ronald Daniels and Michael Trebilcock - Regulation of Transmission and Distribution Activities of Ontario Hydro -- Laurence Booth and Paul Halpern - The Regulation of Trade in Electricity: A Canadian Perspective -- Robert Howse and Gerald Heckman - Hydro Restructuring

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Contents The Future of Ontario Hydro: A Review of Structural and Regulatory Options -- Ronald Daniels and Michael Trebilcock - Regulation of Transmission and Distribution Activities of Ontario Hydro -- Laurence Booth and Paul Halpern - The Regulation of Trade in Electricity: A Canadian Perspective -- Robert Howse and Gerald Heckman - Hydro Restructuring and the Regulation of Conventional Pollutants -- Donald N. Dewees - Re-aligning Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations: Can Hydro Become a Mutual Gains Enterprise? -- Peter Warrian - Comparative Cost of Financing Ontario Hydro as a Crown Corporation and a Private Corporation -- Myron J. Gordon - Nuclear Environmental Consequences -- Donald N. Dewees - The Distribution of Electricity in Ontario: Restructuring Issues, Costs, and Regulation -- Adonis Yatchew - In Search of the Cat's Pyjamas: Regulatory Institutions and the Restructured Industry -- H.N. Janisch - Labour Adjustment at Hydro: Costs, Outcomes, and Alternative Strategies -- Peter Warrian. With the structural changes that are taking place in the electrical power industry Ontario Hydro at the Millennium is an important and timely investigation of Ontario Hydro as it charts a course for the twenty-first century.

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Presents first-hand information from employers on who gets hired and why, based on a survey of some 3,000 employers in Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, and Los Angeles. Provides data on what jobs are available to the less educated, what they pay, and what skills they require, examining the surge in suburban, white-collar jobs and deterioration in employment and earnings among less-educated workers, especially minorities and younger males. Outlines measures for improving the job market, such as training programs, subsidies to private companies, and incentives to draw industries back to the cities. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780773514263
Publisher:
McGill-Queens University Press
Publication date:
03/16/1996
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

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