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Piachatalmi problémák modellezése a dereguláció utáni magyar áramtermelő piacon
[Modelling problems of market power on the Hungarian electricity-generation market after deregulation]

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  • Paizs, László
  • Mészáros, Mátyás Tamás

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Tanulmányunkban egy kvantitatív modell segítségével azt vizsgáltuk, hogy mennyire van kitéve a magyar áramtermelő piac a horizontális piachatalom-gyakorlás veszélyének. A jelentős nemzetközi távvezeték-összeköttetésekkel, de koncentrált hazai termelői kínálattal jellemezhető magyar árampiacot statikus Cournot-piacként modelleztük. A múltbeli költség- és fogyasztási adatokkal kalibrált modellel egyensúlyi szimulációkat végeztünk az egyes napszakokat jellemző keresleti szintek mellett. A modelleredmények azt mutatják, hogy az ország nemzetközi távvezeték-összeköttetései elég erősek (lesznek) ahhoz, hogy az általuk közvetített nemzetközi verseny kompetitív viselkedésre kényszerítse a hazai árampiac domináns termelővállalatait.* Journal of Economics Literature (JEL) kód: D43, L13, L94.

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Article provided by Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation) in its journal Közgazdasági Szemle (Economic Review - monthly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences).

Volume (Year): L (2003)
Issue (Month): 9 ()
Pages: 735-764

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