Effectiveness of Regulatory Structure in the Power Sector of Pakistan

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Afia Malik;
  • Subject: Electricity, NEPRA, Pakistan, Reforms, Regulation
    • jel: jel:L51 | jel:Q48 | jel:G38 | jel:L33 | jel:L43

This paper is an attempt to study the regulatory environment in the electricity sector of Pakistan. NEPRA, a regulatory authority was formed in 1997 to protect consumer interests in the area of electricity provision, and to ensure an efficient and competitive environmen... View more
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