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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Competition and Regulation in India, 2009

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Competition and Regulation in India, 2009
Edited by Pradeep S Mehta

ISBN: 978-81-8257-130-3

The regulatory law and policy differ from sector to sector, as much as financial sectoral regulation will have different approaches to manage the complex web of financial products. Each infrastructure sector will have a customised regulatory regime which is shaped by the sectoral needs. This 2009 report, second in the series, is an effort to educate the public and the policy community about the effect of these various facets of public policy on competition and regulation. It focuses on the evaluation of quality of regulation in five sectors: power, ports, civil aviation, agricultural markets and higher education. India. The first report, published in 2007, lay down the rationale for a holistic competition policy and law regime in India.

This study is an important contribution towards enriching the available literature in the public domain and encouraging a dialogue to promote a healthy and competitive environment as evolving an appropriate regulatory culture is always a learning curve.

Table of Contents
Foreword by N K Singh
Preface by Nitin Desai
Editor’s Note

1. Introduction
2. Perception and Awareness Studies
3. Competition and Regulation in Agricultural Markets in India
4. Competition and Regulation in the Indian Port Sector
5. Regulation of the Power Sector in India: Issues and Challenges
6. Regulation and Competition in Civil Aviation
7. Regulation of Higher Education in India
8. Epilogue

For more details please contact:
Udai Singh Mehta
Consumer Unity & Trust Society
D-217, Bhaskar Marg, Bani Park, Jaipur 302 016, India
Ph: +91.141.228 2821, Fx: +91.141.228 2485

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