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Onderzoek naar de generieke productiviteitsontwikkeling in de reguleringsmethode van TenneT TSO BV

  • blank, j.l.t.

    (TU Delft, Technology, Policy and Management, Innovation Systems)

  • bos, J.W.B.

    (Maastricht University, School of business economics, Finance)

  • Koot, P.M.

    (TU Delft, Technology, Policy and Management, Innovation Systems)

  • Balk, B.M.

    (Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Rotterdam School of Management Classification_JEL: Z18)

Dit rapport analyseert de reguleringsmethode van TenneT door de NMa. Het rapport beschrijft op basis van de huidige reguleringsmethode de prikkels voor TenneT om de doelmatigheid van de bedrijfsvoering te bevorderen, de mate waarin de huidige reguleringsmethode TenneT dwingt om (on)realistische kostenreducties op de kapitaalkosten door te voeren en de effecten die optreden indien de NMa alleen de operationele kosten van TenneT zou betrekken in de kostenbasis. Het rapport bevat tevens een aantal suggesties voor aanpassingen in de huidige regelgeving.

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Paper provided by Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management in its series Technology, Policy and Management Working Papers with number 2010-2.

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Date of creation: 17 Aug 2010
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Handle: RePEc:dgr:tudtpm:20102
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