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Productiviteitstrends in de drinkwatersector : een empirisch onderzoek naar het effect van regulering op de productiviteitsontwikkeling tussen 1985 en 2010

  • Dumaij, A.C.M.


  • van Heezik, A.A.S.

Productiviteitstrends in de drinkwatersector is een studie naar effecten van regulering op de productiviteit van de Nederlandse drinkwaterbedrijven. De productiviteit in de Nederlandse drinkwatersector heeft zich de afgelopen 26 jaar licht ontwikkeld. In de periode 1985-2010 bedraagt de gemiddelde productiviteitsgroei 1,4 % per jaar. Schaalvergroting is aanvankelijk de grootste aanjager van de productiviteitsgroei, maar het effect van schaalvergroting lijkt in de jaren negentig te zijn uitgewerkt. De invoering van de bedrijfsvergelijking van drinkwaterbedrijven heeft vanaf 2000 wel weer een impuls gegeven aan de productiviteitsgroei.

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Paper provided by Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management in its series Economics and Management of Innovation Working Papers with number 2012-2.

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Date of creation: 09 Oct 2012
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Handle: RePEc:dgr:tudemi:20122
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