The economics of regulation – some examples from Australia

August 2016

Luke Wainscoat gave a lecture on competition policy and how regulation is applied in Australia at the University of Sydney. This lecture is part of a new unit on the economics of regulation, which is part of the economics program. In the lecture Luke explained what competition policy and regulation are before describing how airports, railways and electricity distributors are regulated in Australia. The lecture finished by providing an overview of the access regime in Australia. The slides to the lecture can be found here.

Posted on August 12, 2016 and filed under Presentations.