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Regulating for competition in the electricity industry : in danger of over regulation / by Tanya Denning
Bib ID 2174602
Format BookBook
Author
Denning, Tanya, 1975-
 
Description Brisbane : T. Denning, 2002 
viii, 127 p. : 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646420119
Notes

Originally presented as the author's thesis (honours)--Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 2002.

Bibliography: p. 120-127.

Subjects Australia. Trade Practices Act 1974.  |  Electric utilities -- Law and legislation -- Australia.  |  Competition -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Queensland University of Technology. Faculty of Law
Available From T Denning, PO Box 7074, Riverside Centre, Brisbane QLD 4001 

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