University of Calgary

ECON 635 - Regulatory Economics - Winter 2025

An in-depth study of regulatory economics, defined as price and entry regulation. Price and entry regulation occurs when the state restricts who can provide services and approves the terms of service. A considerable part of the course will address regulatory restructuring in network industries, with case studies on electricity reform, local telecommunications, and pipelines.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-0)


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