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New tools for studying network industry reforms in developing cuntries
|Statement||Luke Haggerty...[et al.].|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 3286, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3286.|
|Contributions||Haggerty, Luke., World Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004615693|
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New Tools for Studying Network Industry Reforms in Developing Countries: The Telecommunications and Electricity Regulation Database Scott Wallsten, George Clarke, Luke Haggarty, Rosario Kaneshiro, Roger Noll, Mary Shirley, Lixin Colin.
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New tools for studying network industry reforms in developing countries: the telecommunications and electricity regulation database Infrastructure industries-including telecommunications, electricity, water, and gas-underwent massive structural changes in the s.
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Wallsten, Scott and Clarke, George and Haggarty, Luke and Kaneshiro, Rosario and Noll, Roger G. and Shirley, Mary M. and Xu, Lixin Colin, New Tools for Studying Network Industry Reforms in Developing Countries: The Telecommunications and Electricity Regulation Database (April ).
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