International Journal of Regulation and Governance

International Journal of Regulation and Governance

  • Frequency:2 issues a year
  • ISSN: 0972-4907
  • Print Copy: Rs.1700.00 / US $140.00
  • Print + Online: Rs.2500.00 / US $163.00

Journal Details

This journal provides a forum for detailed and comprehensive investigation, analysis, and reviews in the sectoral areas of energy, water, environment, transport and communications, which confront decision-makers, planners, consultants, and researchers. It addresses issues related to tariffs, demand forecasting, competition, institutional, transitional, market structure and other related issues. Only original articles will be published


Show Abstract Issue -Vol.9(2) December 2009

  • Dimensions of the global financial crisis: the future of corporate governance and regulation

    Conrad C H Ruppel, University of Waikato, New Zealand

  • The institutional foundations of environmental governance regime: the implications of Chinese practices

    Miron Mushkat* and Roda Mushkat** * Adjunct Professor of Economics and Finance, Syracuse University (Hong Kong Programme) ** Professor and Director of the Centre of International and Public Law, Brunel Law School, Brunel University; Honorary Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong; and Visiting Professor, Kadoorie Institute, University of Hong Kong. I wish to thank the Kadoorie Institute for its research support, but the authors are solely responsible for the views expressed herein.

  • Competition issues in restructuring ports and railways including brief consideration of these sectors in India

    Russell Pittman* * Director of Economic Research, Antitrust Division, US Department of Justice, and Visiting Professor, New Economic School, Moscow. The author is grateful for helpful comments from participants at the conference on ‘The State of Competition in the Indian Economy’ (Competition Commission of India, New Delhi, June 2009) and from Tracy Fisher, Chris Nash, Nick Wills-Johnson, and Xiaolan Zhou. The Antitrust Division encourages independent research by its economists. The views expressed are those of the author and are not purported to reflect the views of the US Department of Justice.

  • A note on the regulation of executive compensation within the 2009 US (Bailout)

    Jamal Ibrahim Haidar. The World Bank 1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433. Tel: 1-202-473-3219. Fax: 1-202-473-5758. E-mail:

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