Table of contents for Privatization and deregulation in the Gulf energy sector.

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Part I: Introduction--Bill Bradshaw & Helen Lawton Smith
Regulation of Transport: An Overview--Andrew Burchell
Part II: Bus Industry
Experience in the UK Bus and Coach Industry--Peter White
Competition and Local Bus Services--Mike Parr
Rural Transport After the Deregulation of Buses--Amanda Root
Part III: Railways>
: The Privatization of British Rail--Richard Davies
Railway Regulation: Looking Ahead to the Millennium-Chris Bolt
Liberalized Access to the Railway Network-Philip O'Donnell
Privatization and Deregulation in Railways: An Assessment of the British Approach-Chris Nash
Regulation and Deregulation in a Subsidized Industry: Passenger Rail Franchising-Bob Stannard
Competitive Behavior in Britain's Privatized Rail Industry-Michael Schabas
Japan Railways since Privatization-Fumitoshi Mizutani & Kiyoshi Nakamura
The Impact of Deregulation of the Planning System on the Ridership Potential of Local Rail Networks: 1979-95-Russ Haywood
Part IV: Freight Industry
A Comparison of Deregulation: The Road Haulage Markets of the UK, the EU and the USA-Michael Browne & Julian Allen
Part V: Airlines
The Ownership and Regulation of International Airlines-Kenneth Button
Development of Airport Slot Allocation Regulation in the European Community-Chris Castles
Allocating Airport Slots: A Role for the Market?-David Starkie
Whither Airport Regulation-Stuart Condie
Part VI: Ports and Channel Tunnel
Privatization and Deregulation in Seaports-Alfred J. Baird
Nostra Culpae:Forecasts and Out-turns of Cross Channel Competition Between the Ferries and the Tunnel-Stefan Szymanski

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Energy industries Deregulation Persian Gulf Region Congresses, Privatization Persian Gulf Region Congresses, Energy industries Deregulation Congresses, Privatization Congresses