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Cambridge University Press, publishers, Cambridge UK - ISBN:0521471222, 1996. hardcover, 6½" x 9¼", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, etc. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Electricity is synonymous with progress and economic growth in modern societies. This book analyses how fundamental but complex institutions make long-term plans in a climate of uncertainty. It examines five well-known Australian, Canadian and New Zealand cases. Economies of scale have meant that electricity has long been regarded as a natural monopoly, but questions of privatisation, regulation and government control are increasingly becoming prevalent. The author argues for new approaches to electricitty planning.