2 edition of Competition in network industries found in the catalog.
Competition in network industries
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 1591, Policy research working papers ;, 1591.|
|Contributions||World Bank. Private Sector Development Dept.|
|LC Classifications||HG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1591|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||96161300|
The book is full of sentences such as the following: "The existence of complementarities is not unique to telecommunications or even to network industries. Indeed, it is pervasive in all industries. Most goods and services we purchase are bundles of various › Books › Business & Money › Economics. The book is divided into five sections, in turn dealing with aspects of competition in various liberalized markets, the emergence and growth of low-cost carriers, horizontal mergers and alliances, infrastructures, and concluding with economic assessments of liberalization steps so far and proposed steps in the ://
As the European Commission is evaluating whether its competition rules are fit for the digital age, we are pleased to host a live debate for the launch of Nicolas Petit’s new book: “Big Tech and the Digital Economy – The Moligopoly Scenario” (OUP, July ).The book challenges policymakers' approach to Big Tech’s :// Downloadable! This piece considers the interface between EU competition law and the regulation of network industries. The two have been transformed as a result of their interactions. It is difficult to make sense of contemporary EU competition law without taking into account the consequences that the liberalisation process has had on ://
Buy EU Competition Law and the Information and Communication Technology Network Industries, by Andrej Fatur, ISBN , published by Hart Publishing from , the World's Legal Bookshop. Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates :// Network industries are characterised by economics that entail limiting effects on competition and market creation, and the book highlights the drivers behind their liberalization as well as the inherent need for regulation as liberalization unfolds. By way of an historical approach, the author offers insights into the distinctive approaches
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Commencing in SAGE is delighted to be the new publisher of Competition and Regulation in Network Industries. We are building on the year tradition and strength of the existing Intersentia Journal Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, yet strive to evolve it into an even higher quality journal, addressing the increasingly urgent challenge of governing (including regulating COVID Resources.
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Article Types. Competition and Regulation in Network Industries strives for a fast double-blind peer-review process, with initial screening and two referees.
The Journal seeks highest quality articles and This textbook on network economics provides essential microeconomic instruments for the analysis of network sectors like telecommunications, transport or energy.
Network-specific characteristics emerge both on the cost side and benefit side, requiring network providers to develop innovative entrepreneurial competition strategies for costing › Economics › Microeconomics / Industrial Organization.
Deregulation and Managed Competition in Network Industries J. Gregory Sidakt and Daniel F. Spulber tt The competitive transformation of telecommunications and other network industries in the United States has caused governmental policy makers to be increasingly concerned with the 'fairness" of the deregulatory process.
?article=&context=yjreg. Real competition is required to generate sizable and lasting welfare improvements. But in infrastructure sectors, the introduction of competition is complicated by the existence of complex transport and communications networks.
Debate about whether and how to introduce competition in network industries is sometimes :// This article examines how regulation and competition law have been deployed to control the firms operating in the telecommunications sector, and how, in particular, regulation has been designed, particularly in the European Union, in such a way that it can be withdrawn in favour of the more widespread application of competition law.
Examples are electricity generation, sewage treatment, EU Competition Law and the Information and Communication Technology Network Industries: Economic versus Legal Concepts in Pursuit of (Consumer) Welfare March This chapter focuses on the use of competition in network industries, also known as the utilities sector that includes communications, energy, transport, and water.
It first provides an overview of competition and its virtues before turning to unbundling as a means to achieve competition in the telecommunications industry.
It then considers liberalisation in other sectors such as postal :osobl//. Network-specific characteristics emerge both on the cost side and benefit side, requiring network providers to develop innovative entrepreneurial competition strategies for costing, pricing, and investment.
From a competition policy perspective, a number of interesting questions arise: In which parts of networks is competition functional. Network industries are characterised by economics that entail limiting effects on competition and market creation, and the book highlights the drivers behind their liberalisation as well as the inherent need for regulation as liberalization unfolds.
A concise overview of the state of thinking about the network industries, this book will be This book analyses the de- and re-regulation of the network industries and the regulatory challenges these industries will face in the future.
Network industries are characterised by economics that entail limiting effects on competition and market creation, and the book highlights the drivers behind their liberalisation as well as the inherent Contribution to Book Network Industries, Intellectual Property Rights, and Competition Policy Competition Policy, Intellectual Property Rights and International Economic Integration () This book analyzes the de- and re-regulation of the network industries and the regulatory challenges these industries will face in the future.
Network industries are characterised by economics that entail limiting effects on competition and market creation, and the book highlights the drivers behind their liberalization as well as the inherent Theoretical models based on the assumption that telecommunications is a natural monopoly no longer reflect reality.
As a result, policymakers often lack the guidance of economic theorists. Competition in Telecommunications is written in a style accessible to managers, consultants, government officials, and others. Jean-Jacques Laffont and Jean Tirole analyze regulatory reform and the Network Industries: A Research Overview.
by Ozbarsut | | Publications. Learn more This book analyses the de- and re-regulation of the network industries and the regulatory challenges these industries will face in the future. Network industries are characterised by economics that entail limiting effects on competition and market "Competition Policy in Network Industries: An Introduction" published on 24 Feb by Edward Elgar :// This book considers the adequacy of existing EU competition policy in the area of ICT industries.
Particular attention is given to the competitive assessment and treatment of competitive harms in this area, such as non-price predatory practices, tying and bundling, cooperative standard setting, platform joint-ventures, and cooperative R&:// 8.
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Strategic Economics of Network Industries (Business Economics in a Rapidly-Changing World) by Hans Gottinger English | | ISBN: | Pages | EPUB/AZW3 | KB/ KB This text will be of interest to policy-makers, industry consultants and students of industrial economics and management alike who feel attracted and.
the costs of shifting to consuming a substitute for the product of a firm in a network industry are much higher than the benefits. c. a contractual agreement requires a firm in a network industry to supply a product to consumers. d. a contractual agreement requires a consumer to buy the product of a firm in a network industry.
?unit=3.Table of contents for Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, 14, 2, Book Details. Pages; Brookings Institution Press and AEI, August 1, Paperback ISBN: Ebook ISBN: About the Editors