Books about Averch:

booksThe Averch and Johnson proposition: A critical analysis by Gordon R Corey (1971)

booksA test of two views of the regulatory mechanism: Averch-Johnson and Joskow (Working paper / Federal Reserve Bank... by Philip Israilevich (1987)

booksNote on the optimal solutions of the Averch-Johnson model (Working paper / Institute of Economic Research, Kobe... by Seiichi Katayama (1986)

booksModels of regulated monopoly with service quality and Averch-Johnson effects: Pre-empirical comparative statics... by James Nelson Rosse (1974)

booksTelephone industry regulatory constraints: A review of the "Averch-Johnson effect." (University of Bridgeport.... by Emmanuel E Tzouanakis (1978)

booksEfficiency in regulated and unregulated firms: An iconoclastic view of the Averch-Johnson thesis (Research working... by Enrique R Arzac (1978)

booksAn empirical test of the Averch-Johnson hypothesis in the electric utility industry by John Fox (1975)


Wiki information Averch:

Averch–Johnson effect

The Averch–Johnson effect is the tendency of regulated companies to engage in excessive amounts of capital accumulation in order to expand the volume of their profits. If companies' profits to capital ratio is regulated at a certain percentage then...

Ben Averch
Musical Artist, Musician, Person

Ben Averch is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, known as the "one-man symphony of prog rock". Averch plays electric and acoustic guitars as well as drums, bass, keyboards and vocals. The bulk of Averch's work in music has been...