Design and evaluation of energy policies in Chile, a developing country facing a growing public concern for energy and environmental issues. Market reforms pioneered by Chile in the 1980s and subsequently followed in other Latin American countries. Analysis of reforms in three parts: 1) through questions on how to develop and power system, 2) by looking at the reforms themselves and their implementation, and 3) by reviewing the local and global environmental costs associated with electric power generation.
The Chilean Energy System: 30 Years of Market Reforms
Overseas Studies in Santiago