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Multi-product multi-input cost functions for a regulated utility

Melvyn A. Fuss

Multi-product multi-input cost functions for a regulated utility

the case of telecommunications in Canada

by Melvyn A. Fuss

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Published by Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Telecommunication -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliograhical footnotes.

    Statementby Melvyn Fuss, Leonard Waverman.
    SeriesWorking paper series - Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto -- no. 7810
    ContributionsWaverman, Leonard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE7815 F886
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57 p. ;
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21581761M

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    A MULTI-PRODUCT COST FUNCTION FOR PHYSICIAN PRIVATE PRACTICES TIMOTHY S. GUNNING JAMES A. BAKER III INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY RICE UNIVERSITY MAIN STREET SOUTH HOUSTON, TX ROBIN C. SICKLES RICE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS MAIN STREET SOUTH HOUSTON, TX Abstract This paper provides a . If these shortcomings are relevant in separated sector regulation, they become even more important in multi-utility regulation. The high complexity of multi-utility regulation is very likely an unsolvable obstacle in developing countries. The same holds for the issue of increasing political power of multi-utilities. Some differentiation must be.


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Fuss, M. and Waverman, L.'Multi-product Multi-input Cost Functions for a Regulated Utility: The Case of Telecommunications in Canada', in G. Fromm (ed), Studies in Public Regulation, MIT. cost of debt, preferred equity, and common equity, where the weights are the book-value percentages of debt, preferred equity, and common equity in a firm's capital structure.

ROR or cost of capital, which is called the firm's weighted average cost of capital (WACC), is specified by the following formula: WACC= w d k d + w p k p + w c k c where. and thorough utility accounting guide, the NARUC Uniform System of Accounts (USoA) is a publication that all regulated utilities should possess.

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Multi-product Multi-input Cost Functions for a Regulated Utility: The Case of Telecommunications in Canada’, (). Price Regulation and its Implications’, ().

Price Regulation’. FUSS Melvyn et Leonard WAVERMAN, Multi-Product, Multi-Input Cost Functions for a Regulated Utility: The Case of Telecommunications in Canada, document de travail, N°, University of Toronto, Institute for Policy Analysis, juin GODDARD F. Multiple-input production functions allow you to account for more complexity in your firm’s decision-making processes.

Although single-input production functions are useful for illustrating many concepts, usually, they’re too simplistic to represent a firm’s production decision. In other words, you’re dealing with two or more variable inputs.

Consider the production function q = f(L,K. The Profit Function for a Regulated Firm 4. Statistical Tests of Regulatory Effectiveness 5. Comparison with Previous Studies 6. Conclusions 7. Appendix Part V. Empirical Applications of Production Theory: Macro-Economic Data V.1 An Aggregate Model with Multi-Product Technologies 1.

Introduction 2. Multi-Product Technologies and Final Demand 3. A multi-product, multi-input translog cost function is used to investigate the structure of Northern Ireland agriculture. The two-output four-input cost model utilizes duality theory to facilitate. Armstrong and Vickers (Forthcoming) provide a general model of pass-through for a multi-product monopolist and shows for a large class of utility functions there is no cross-cost pass-through.

Abstract. The Averch-Johnson hypothesis of over-capitalisation is tested, in this work, using Bell Canada data from the period. The cost minimization conditions are checke. Fuss, M., and L. Waverman () ‘Mu1ti-Product Multi-Input Cost Functions for a Regulated Utility: The Case of Telecommunications in Canada’, University of Toronto Working Paper No.

Law, S. () ‘Economic Policy Interactions: Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Policy; Exclusive Licensing and Rate Regulation’, Ph.D. regulated public utility producing a homogenous product with a monthly fixed cost of production, F, and a constant marginal cost, c.

Coase () argues that the total surplus maximizing two-part tariff sets the price of each unit consumed, p, equal to c. Examples and exercises on the cost function for a firm with two variable inputs Example: a production function with fixed proportions Consider the fixed proportions production function F (z 1, z 2) = min{z 1, z 2} (one worker and one machine produce one unit of output).An isoquant and possible isocost line are shown in the following figure.

Regulated utilities manual A service for regulated utilities 3 natural gas producers and transmission companies generally do not engage in retail distribution.

To a great extent, a utility plant can be used only for producing and delivering the single service for which it is designed. Franchises and eminent domain. Utilities are.The MMC argued against traditional rate-of-return regulation on the grounds that (1) it weakened incentives for cost efficiency, (2) for a multi-product firm where only some products were.European Scientific Journal June edition vol.9, No ISSN: – (Print) e - ISSN 56 Keywords: Telecommunications, efficiency, convergence, Data Envelopment Analysis.