Includes bibliographic references.
|Other titles||Telecommunications, energy and transportation in Europe and Russia|
|Statement||Paul J.J. Welfens ... [et al.] editors.|
|Contributions||Welfens, Paul J. J.|
|LC Classifications||HE8220.2 .T68 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 570 p. :|
|Number of Pages||570|
Jose Luis Guasch, Professor, University of California, San Diego; Former Head of the World Bank Global Expert Team on Public Private Partnerships and Senior Adviser on Regulation and Competition, World Bank "Emerging Issues in Competition, Collusion, and Regulation of Network Industries is a timely collection of the 'new generation' issues of network regulation, such as Format: Paperback. 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 by: The Journal Competition and Regulation in Network Industries is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that meets highest academic standards. Resolutely interdisciplinary in nature, CRNI favors articles that combine economic, legal, policy and engineering approaches. Network effects, and the related concept of two- (or multi-) sided markets, are playing an increasing role in antitrust/competition law in the communications sector, computer hardware and software.
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