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Public Intervention in the Railway industry between liberalization and public service obligations

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  • Carlo Cambini
  • Giuseppe Catalano
  • Alessia Savoldi

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Recenti disposizioni legislative volte a introdurre forme di liberalizzazione nel settore ferroviario riconoscono l'esistenza di un obbligo di servizio pubblico per quelle tratte non remunerative che in un contesto di mercato non verrebbero più offerte. La normativa nazionale non definisce, però, i criteri con cui specificare l'estensione di tali obblighi, la loro quantificazione finanziaria, nonché le modalità di finanziamento. Il lavoro si prefigge, quindi, di analizzare, da un punto di vista economico-regolatorio e istituzionale, il problema del finanziamento pubblico del servizio ferroviario in un contesto di liberalizzazione del mercato. Dopo un confronto con le altre realtà europee ed un'analisi dei dati relativi al mercato italiano, si delineano alcuni punti di riferimento metodologici per la definizione del livello dell'intervento pubblico e delle sue modalità di erogazione e finanziamento.

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  • Carlo Cambini & Giuseppe Catalano & Alessia Savoldi, 2009. "Public Intervention in the Railway industry between liberalization and public service obligations," Mercato Concorrenza Regole, Società editrice il Mulino, issue 2, pages 249-282.
  • Handle: RePEc:mul:jhpfyn:doi:10.1434/30212:y:2009:i:2:p:249-282
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