The Process of Ratemaking
This work remains one of the most complete texts available on setting rates for regulated entities, taking the reader through rate proceeding protocols step=by-step and providing him or her with historical context on the evolution and theory of utility regulation.
This unique 2-volume reference presents a cross-industry perspective of the methods and principles of rate-setting, drawing upon the decisions rendered in the transportation, insurance and gas utility sectors.
Understand how the principles governing the setting rates guide trial courts and practitioners.
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Topics covered include: The rate proceeding, discretion and judgment, expected and project revenue, cost of service, depreciation, operation ratio and profit margin methods, and much, much more.