Principles of Public Utilities

By Eliot Jones; Truman C. Bigham | Go to book overview

PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC
UTILITIES

BY
ELIOT JONES, PH.D.
PROFESS0R OF ECONOMICS IN STANFORD UNIVERSITY; AUTHOR OF
"PRINCIPLES OF RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION"
AND
TRUMAN C. BIGHAM, PH.D.
PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

New York
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
1931

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I- Historical Survey 1
  • References 61
  • Chapter II- Characteristics of Public Utilities 62
  • References 101
  • Chapter III- Regulation by Franchises 102
  • References 156
  • Chapter IV- Regulation by Commissions 157
  • References 190
  • Chapter V- Valuation 191
  • References 251
  • Chapter VI- Rate of Return 252
  • References 287
  • Chapter VII- Rate Structures 288
  • References 336
  • Chapter VIII- Rate Structures (continued) 337
  • References 386
  • Chapter IX- Regulation of Service 387
  • References 441
  • Chapter X- Regulation of Accounts and Reports 443
  • References 494
  • Chapter XI- Regulation of Securities 495
  • References 547
  • Chapter XII- The Combination Movement 548
  • References 618
  • Chapter XIII- Local versus State Regulation; State versus Federal Regulation 619
  • References 668
  • Chapter XIV- Public Relations 670
  • References 713
  • Chapter XV- Public Ownership 714
  • References 784
  • Index 785
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