Monthly Essays: Regulatory Courage

Regulatory Courage
Diversity in Utility Regulation | August 2020 Read more
Promoting Diversity and Prohibiting Discrimination: Is There a Regulatory Obligation to Society? | July 2020 Read more
What "Regulatory Compact"? | July 2019 Read more
Regulatory Principles: Old Thoughts for the New Year | January 2019 Read more
Economic Inequality: Does Utility Regulation Contribute? | October 2018 Read more
No Anticompetitive Conduct, No Unearned Advantage: Effective Competition Depends on Merit | August 2018 Read more
"Transmission Competition": No Longer an Oxymoron | August 2016 Read more
Regulatory Law: Why So Unclear on Matters So Important? | July 2016 Read more
Executive Pay: Should Regulation Play a Role? | September 2015 Read more
What "Regulatory Compact"? | March 2015 Read more
Incumbency vs. Diversity, Monopoly vs. Merits: Who Should Provide the New Distribution Platforms? | July 2014 Read more
New Suppliers in the New Century: Will Incumbency Trump Merits? | March 2014 Read more
“All of the Above” Is Not a National Energy Policy | August 2012 Read more
"Affordable" Utility Service: What is Regulation's Role? | June 2012 Read more
Supporter-as-Critic: An Expanded Role for Regulatory Professionals | May 2012 Read more
Promoting Diversity and Prohibiting Discrimination: Is There a Regulatory Obligation to Society? | January 2012 Read more
Separating Policy Mandates From Cost Consequences: Will the Public Lose Trust? | November 2011 Read more
“Protect the Consumer” – From What? | September 2010 Read more
Low Rates, High Rates, Wrong Rates, Right Rates | December 2008 Read more