Energy Companies and Market Reform
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Using company case histories and drawing on official sources, this book shows how misguided regulatory policies, corporate fraud, lax accounting, and market rigging inflicted losses in the billions on consumers, investors, and market participants. Lambert also traces the uncertain course of reactive reforms in the post-Enron era and provides a blueprint for the future of energy competition in the United States.
How Deregulation Went Wrong
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