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Coûts de la régulation des industries de réseau: enseignements du réseau postal

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  • Martin Maegli
  • Christian Jaag

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  • Matthias Finger

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Notre approche des coûts de la régulation est une contribution à une meilleure compréhension des conséquences de la régulation, ainsi que du rôle et de l’influence des autorités de régulation sur les industries de réseaux. Selon nous, la comparaison des coûts de régulation directs et indirects sur divers marchés postaux peut aider à déterminer comment concevoir les institutions et les conditions-cadres de régulation pour à la fois promouvoir la concurrence et satisfaire aux objectifs du service public.

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  • Martin Maegli & Christian Jaag & Matthias Finger, 2009. "Coûts de la régulation des industries de réseau: enseignements du réseau postal," Working Papers 0015, Swiss Economics.
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    1. Martin Maegli & Christian Jaag, 2013. "Competition and the social cost of regulation in the postal sector," Chapters,in: Reforming the Postal Sector in the Face of Electronic Competition, chapter 20, pages 294-305 Edward Elgar Publishing.

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    Keywords

    Cost of regulation; Postal network;

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    • L51 - Industrial Organization - - Regulation and Industrial Policy - - - Economics of Regulation

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