For the past several decades, a climate of deregulation has encompassed industries ranging from public utilities to mass transportation. Harry Martin Trebing has been at the forefront of this debate as one of the world’s foremost specialists in the field of public utility regulation. Warren J. Samuels and Edythe S. Miller have collected a series of articles that assess Trebing’s theories on public utility regulation while examining his towering contribution to the field.
Edythe S. Miller is a former professor of economics and a former member of the public utilities commission of the state of Colorado.
Warren J. Samuels is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Michigan State University.