Information problems of regulators in small countries


Posted by on January 20, 2014  /  0 Comments

Regulators make decisions. Their decisions can be challenged, and often are. Thus it is important that the decisions are supported by strong evidence. In many cases, the evidence requires information. Mostly the information lies with the operators. In some instances, the operator sees it in its interest to delay or deny the release of the information. How can regulators do their job in these circumstances?

Samarajiva_evidence-based. This was at a PiRRC session at PTC 2014.


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