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The system of tariffs for railway transportation and the direction of its future development

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  • Semenova, Oxana

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The subject of study is the system of rail freight tariffs. The specificity of pricing on the railways. The current state of the system of tariff regulation. Substantiated best practices for tariff regulation in railway transport with the priorities of the state economic policy, the experience of foreign countries, the current state of the market, on the basis of existing structural reform of the sector. Recommendations for further development of the system of tariff regulation of rail transportation.

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  • Semenova, Oxana, 2014. "The system of tariffs for railway transportation and the direction of its future development," Economic Policy, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, pages 105-115.
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