Regulation and Competition Policy in the Electricity Market

Gert Brunekreeft

Editore: Nomos Verlagsges.MBH & Co Sep 2003, 2003
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Neuware - In contrast to other European member states, Germany chose to refrain from regulating the monopoly parts in the electricity market at liberalization in 1998 and instead to strengthen the role for competition policy. Using law and economics, this study analyses this institutionally exceptional situation theoretically and empirically. Reflecting the relevant aspects of an electricity industry, the theoretical part relies on the theory of vertical relations and regulatory economics. The empirical part contrasts the developments in Germany with New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. In both the first two, competition policy was dominant, although decisively different. The analysis concludes that the lack of regulation in an electricity market is institutionally unstable. Not surprisingly, under pressure of the European Commission a regulator for the German electricity industry will have to take up its duties in July 2004, providing the issue with a highly topical dimension. This book is the author's Habilitation-thesis and aims in first instance at an academic audience, but is relevant and readily accessible for policy-makers, regulators and consultants as well. 260 pp. Deutsch. Codice inventario libreria

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Titolo: Regulation and Competition Policy in the ...
Casa editrice: Nomos Verlagsges.MBH & Co Sep 2003
Data di pubblicazione: 2003
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Descrizione libro Nomos Verlagsges.MBH & Co Sep 2003, 2003. Taschenbuch. Condizione libro: Neu. Neuware - In contrast to other European member states, Germany chose to refrain from regulating the monopoly parts in the electricity market at liberalization in 1998 and instead to strengthen the role for competition policy. Using law and economics, this study analyses this institutionally exceptional situation theoretically and empirically. Reflecting the relevant aspects of an electricity industry, the theoretical part relies on the theory of vertical relations and regulatory economics. The empirical part contrasts the developments in Germany with New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. In both the first two, competition policy was dominant, although decisively different. The analysis concludes that the lack of regulation in an electricity market is institutionally unstable. Not surprisingly, under pressure of the European Commission a regulator for the German electricity industry will have to take up its duties in July 2004, providing the issue with a highly topical dimension. This book is the author's Habilitation-thesis and aims in first instance at an academic audience, but is relevant and readily accessible for policy-makers, regulators and consultants as well. 260 pp. Deutsch. Codice libro della libreria 9783832903183

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Descrizione libro Nomos Verlagsges.MBH & Co Sep 2003, 2003. Taschenbuch. Condizione libro: Neu. Neuware - In contrast to other European member states, Germany chose to refrain from regulating the monopoly parts in the electricity market at liberalization in 1998 and instead to strengthen the role for competition policy. Using law and economics, this study analyses this institutionally exceptional situation theoretically and empirically. Reflecting the relevant aspects of an electricity industry, the theoretical part relies on the theory of vertical relations and regulatory economics. The empirical part contrasts the developments in Germany with New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. In both the first two, competition policy was dominant, although decisively different. The analysis concludes that the lack of regulation in an electricity market is institutionally unstable. Not surprisingly, under pressure of the European Commission a regulator for the German electricity industry will have to take up its duties in July 2004, providing the issue with a highly topical dimension. This book is the author's Habilitation-thesis and aims in first instance at an academic audience, but is relevant and readily accessible for policy-makers, regulators and consultants as well. 260 pp. Deutsch. Codice libro della libreria 9783832903183

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Descrizione libro Nomos Verlagsges.MBH + Co, 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: German . Brand New Book. In contrast to other European member states, Germany chose to refrain from regulating the monopoly parts in the electricity market at liberalization in 1998 and instead to strengthen the role for competition policy. Using law and economics, this study analyses this institutionally exceptional situation theoretically and empirically. Reflecting the relevant aspects of an electricity industry, the theoretical part relies on the theory of vertical relations and regulatory economics. The empirical part contrasts the developments in Germany with New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. In both the first two, competition policy was dominant, although decisively different. The analysis concludes that the lack of regulation in an electricity market is institutionally unstable. Not surprisingly, under pressure of the European Commission a regulator for the German electricity industry will have to take up its duties in July 2004, providing the issue with a highly topical dimension. This book is the author s Habilitation-thesis and aims in first instance at an academic audience, but is relevant and readily accessible for policy-makers, regulators and consultants as well. Codice libro della libreria LIB9783832903183

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