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Regulierung in vertikal verknüpften Märkten: Maximieren diskriminierungsfreie kostenorientierte Netznutzungsentgelte die gesellschaftliche Wohlfahrt?

  • Christoph Bier

    (Uni-Saarland - Center for the Study of Law and Economics)

  • Dieter Schmidtchen

    (Universität des Saarlandes)

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    In diesem Paper werden die Wohlfahrtseffekte einer kostenorientierten Regulierung von Netznutzungsentgelten zur Schaffung fairen Wettbewerbs abgeleitet. Es wird gezeigt, daß eine solche Regulierung nur im Falle starker Kostenvorteile eines vertikal integrierten Netzbetreibers im Vergleich zu einem Marktneuling second-best wohlfahrtsoptimal ist. In allen anderen Fällen von Erzeugungskostenunterschieden ist eine Abweichung von den Kosten - je nach Parameterkonstellation - nach oben oder unten wohlfahrtsoptimal. Die generelle Botschaft ist, daß es keine einfache und allgemein optimale Regulierungsregel für die Praxis gibt.

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    Paper provided by Berkeley Electronic Press in its series German Working Papers in Law and Economics with number 2006-1-1138.

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