Financial Regulation and Deregulation in the U.S.A.: Carriers, Electric Utilities.


132 views
Uploaded on:
Category: Medical / Health
Description
Financial Regulation and Deregulation in the U.S.A.: Aircrafts, Electric Utilities. Educator Dr. Christopher Cocoa. Plot. "Old administration" financial regulation of the carrier business Aircraft deregulation: Surveying the result "Old administration" monetary regulation of electric utilities.
Transcripts
Slide 1

Financial Regulation and Deregulation in the U.S.A.: Airlines, Electric Utilities Professor Dr. Christopher Brown

Slide 2

Outline “Old regime” financial regulation of the aircraft business Airline deregulation: Assessing the result “Old regime” monetary regulation of electric utilities. Electric utility deregulation: Assessing the result

Slide 3

Economics of the Airline Industry High altered cost Low (immaterial) negligible expense of serving travelers “Load factors” are basic Long-pull economies Powerful unions of pilots and mechanics Sophisticated frameworks of value separation or “yield management” Control of entryways and take-off and landing rights at airplane terminals by substantial bearers barricades section of new transporters at significant air terminals (LAX, Chicago, Atlanta, for instance).

Slide 4

Passenger Miles (PMs) = Passengers ï‚\' Miles Traveled $/PM Flight benefit mostly relies on upon: Number of travelers (burden component) Distance of flight Cost per traveler mile 0 PMs

Slide 5

Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) 1938 Civil Aeronautics Act The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) made to: (1) advance carrier security; (2) to safeguard the business works in a financially stable style; and (3) to take into account the aircraft\'s adjustment framework to the business, postal, and protection needs of the nation.

Slide 6

The CAB discovered that its essential target ought to be to protect that “economical” air administration would be broadly accessible.

Slide 7

Airline Regulation under the CAB Fares set by an equation created by the CAB that raised admissions significantly above expenses on medium and whole deal excursions and underneath expenses for short pull trips. Bearers couldn\'t enter or exit particular courses. High benefits earned on “prime” courses financed misfortunes supported on undesirable courses.

Slide 8

High load element, long separation Low load element, short separation Fargo Chicago Omaha Dallas

Slide 9

Deregulation The 1971-96 is known as the "era of deregulation" on account of the major deregulatory activities passed—e.g., the nullification of altered financier charges by the SEC in 1975, the Motor Carrier Reform Act of 1980, and the Telecommunications Act of 1996. For a review see Clifford Winston, "Economic Deregulation: Days of Reckoning for Microeconomists," Journal of Economic Literature , September 1993:1263-1289.

Slide 10

If financial regulation can enhance social welfare, why deregulate? Teacher Stigler’s “capture theory” of regulation Professor Peltzman’s “political theory” of regulation The Averch-Johnson impact

Slide 11

The Airline Deregulation Act of 1978 Since 1982 passage has been conceded on every interstate course to bearers that are "fit, willing, and able." All limitations on admissions lifted in 1983. The CAB is old.

Slide 12

Laramie Col. Springs Denver Hub and Spoke framework OK City Lubbock Dallas

Slide 13

Effects of the Hub and Spoke System Cheap passages on flights between center point airplane terminals (Dallas to Denver, Atlanta to Chicago, New York to LA). Lavish passages for administration between (non-center point) urban communities connected to diverse center point airplane terminals. “Window of opportunity” for the “no frills” rebate transporters, for example, Southwest Airlines, AirTran, and US West.

Slide 14

Assessing Airline Deregulation

Slide 15

Morrison and Winston appraisal advantages (lower passages) from carrier deregulation surpass $20 billion every year. Peltzman, S. furthermore, Winston, C., editors. Deregulation of Network Industries: What’s Next? (AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, 2000), p. 2

Slide 16

Airline ticket valuing Consider United Airlines Flight 815 from Chicago to LA on October 31, 1997 1 There were 27 distinctive restricted admissions, going from $1,248 for a five star ticket bought the flight\'s day to $87 for a development buy mentor ticket. A few voyagers traded out successive flier miles. Some met all requirements for senior resident rebates. A few travelers went on limited tickets that obliged Saturday stayovers. 1 ”So, How much did you pay for your ticket,” New York Times, April 12, 1998

Slide 17

Airline Bankruptcies (incomplete rundown) American Airlines United Airlines U.S. Air National Airlines Midway Airlines Pan American Airlines Trans World Airlines People’s Express Eastern Airlines

Slide 18

Structure of the Electric Utility Industry Generation Distribution Transmission

Slide 19

Features of “Old Style” Utility Regulation Vertically-coordinated force organizations appreciate territorial restraining infrastructures however are liable to regulation by state commissions. State commissions utilize the “revenue requirement” model to set up power rates. Directed utilities subject to least limit prerequisites.

Slide 20

Revenue Requirement Model RR is the “revenue requirement” RB is the rate base—an assessment of the estimation of owners’ interest in the controlled firm. r is the “allowed rate of return” to owners’ venture. E is costs (fuel, compensation, and so forth.)

Slide 21

Electric deregulation is truly about the vertical detachment of the three phases of production—or the formation of a multi-market industry .

Slide 23

Deregulation California Style Formerly coordinated utility monsters (Cal. Edison, Pacific Gas & Electric) hold circulation restraining infrastructure however needed to auction producing and transmission resources. Service organizations get $28 billion in “stranded costs” financed by a “competitive move fee.” Distribution monopolists subject to rate regulation by California Public Service Commission Distribution organizations must buy power “spot” on the “power exchange”— no forward contracts permitted . Autonomous framework administrator (ISO) made to oversee transmission. Era changed into an aggressive industry

Slide 24

Independent System Operator (ISO) Operates the transmission lattice Power generators have admittance to the matrix on equivalent terms. Subject to regulation by California Public Service Commission and FERC

Slide 25

Average Retail Electricity Prices in California (pennies per kilowatt hour) First year under new administration Source: California Energy Commission

Slide 27

Energy “speculators” (a few utilized by Enron) exploited these one of a kind parts of power a

Recommended
View more...