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Tooraj Jamasb
Tooraj Jamasb
Copenhagen School of Infrastructure, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Economics
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Electricity market reform in the European Union: review of progress toward liberalization & integration
T Jamasb, M Pollitt
The Energy Journal 26 (Special Issue), 2005
8152005
Benchmarking and regulation: international electricity experience
T Jamasb, M Pollitt
Utilities Policy 9 (3), 107-130, 2000
7332000
International benchmarking and regulation: an application to European electricity distribution utilities
T Jamasb, M Pollitt
Energy Policy 31 (15), 1609-1622, 2003
4472003
Benchmarking and incentive regulation of quality of service: an application to the UK electricity distribution networks
D Giannakis, T Jamasb, M Pollitt
Energy Policy 33 (17), 2256-2271, 2005
3822005
Technical change theory and learning curves: patterns of progress in electricity generation technologies
T Jamasb
The Energy Journal 28 (3), 51-72, 2007
3292007
Incentive regulation of electricity distribution networks: Lessons of experience from Britain
T Jamasb, M Pollitt
Energy Policy 35 (12), 6163-6187, 2007
3112007
Electricity sector reform in developing countries: A survey of empirical evidence on determinants and performance
T Jamasb, R Mota, D Newbery, M Pollitt
World Bank Publications, 2005
2782005
Distributed generation, storage, demand response and energy efficiency as alternatives to grid capacity enhancement
R Poudineh, T Jamasb
Energy Policy 67, 222-231, 2014
2642014
Liberalisation and R&D in network industries: The case of the electricity industry
T Jamasb, M Pollitt
Research Policy 37 (6-7), 995-1008, 2008
2352008
Between the state and market: Electricity sector reform in developing countries
T Jamasb
Utilities Policy 14 (1), 14-30, 2006
2302006
Issues and options in waste management: A social cost–benefit analysis of waste-to-energy in the UK
T Jamasb, R Nepal
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 54 (12), 1341-1352, 2010
2092010
Learning curves for energy technology: a critical assessment
T Jamasb, J Kohler
Faculty of Economics, 2007
1782007
Quality of service, efficiency and scale in network industries: an analysis of European electricity distribution
C Growitsch, T Jamasb, M Pollitt
Applied Economics 41 (20), 2555-2570, 2009
1692009
Caught between theory and practice: Government, market, and regulatory failure in electricity sector reforms
R Nepal, T Jamasb
Economic Analysis and Policy 46, 16-24, 2015
1682015
Diversifier or more? Hedge and safe haven properties of green bonds during COVID-19
M Arif, MA Naeem, S Farid, R Nepal, T Jamasb
Energy Policy 168, 113102, 2022
1542022
Smart metering and electricity demand: Technology, economics and international experience
AB Haney, T Jamasb, MG Pollitt
Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge 23, 24, 2009
154*2009
Strategic behaviour under regulatory benchmarking
T Jamasb, P Nillesen, M Pollitt
Energy Economics 26 (5), 825-843, 2004
1482004
Electricity sector liberalisation and innovation: An analysis of the UK's patenting activities
T Jamasb, MG Pollitt
Research Policy 40 (2), 309-324, 2011
1452011
Delivering a low carbon electricity system
M Grubb, T Jamasb, M Pollitt
Cambridge University Press, 2008
1422008
Objective vs. subjective fuel poverty and self-assessed health
M Llorca, A Rodriguez-Alvarez, T Jamasb
Energy Economics 87, 104736, 2020
1412020
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