Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Stanford University


5-Country Study of Electricity Market Reform


Our study on the experience of power market reform in five key developing countries is in its final stages. Final drafts of the individual country chapters are available below. For initial results and synthesis, please see the presentations below.

Presentations

7-31 Horowitz, "Electoral Systems" 7-31 Horowitz, "Electoral Systems" (117.0KB +PDF+). Presentation by David Victor at the 24th Annual North American Conference of the USAEE/IAEE, Washington, D.C., 8 July 2004. 

Reforming Electric Power Markets: Lessons from Five Developing Countries (128.5KB +PDF+) Presentation by David Victor at the Seminar on Public Policies for Electricity, Mexico City, 14 April 2004. Reforming Electric Power Markets: Lessons from Five Developing Countries (Spanish) (139.4KB +PDF+)


Reforming Power Markets: Lessons from Five Developing Countries (679.1KB +PDF+) Presentation by David Victor at World Forum on Energy Regulation in Rome, 6 October 2003.

Working Papers

All papers are final dra ft versions unless otherwise noted.

Political Economy of Electric Power Market Restructuring: Introduction to Issues and Expectations, A (2004), David G. Victor and Thomas C. Heller, WP-01 Revised and Updated

Political Economy of Power Sector Reform in South Africa, The (2003), Anton Eberhard, WP-06 Revised and Updated

Political Economy of Indian Power Sector Reforms, The (2003), Rahul Tongia, WP-04 Revised and Updated

Political Economy of the Brazilian Power Industry Reform, The (2003), Adilson de Oliveira, WP-02 Revised and Updated

Reform of the Chinese Electric Power Market: Economics and Institutions (2003), Chi Zhang and Thomas Heller, WP-03 Revised and Updated

Mexican Electricity Sector: Economic, Legal and Political Issues, The (2003), Victor Carreon-Rodriguez, Armando Jimenez San Vicente and Juan Rosellon, WP-05