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Productiviteitstrends in de spoorsector: Een empirisch onderzoek naar het effect van regulering op de productiviteitsontwikkeling tussen 1985-2012

  • Blank, J.L.T.


    (TU Delft, Technology, Policy and Management, Department of Technology, Dynamics and Sustainable Development)

  • Dumaij, A.C.M.


  • Heezik, van, A.A.S.

Productiviteitstrends in de spoorsector is een studie naar de samenhang tussen institutionele veranderingen en de productiviteitsontwikkeling van de Nederlandse spoorsector in de afgelopen decennia. In deze periode heeft de spoorsector ingrijpende veranderingen ondergaan, die onder andere tot doel hebben de productiviteit te verbeteren. Uit de analyse van de kosten- en productietrends in de periode 1985-2012 blijkt echter dat de hervorming van de spoorsector, die vooral tussen 1995 en 2005 haar beslag krijgt, niet tot het gewenste resultaat heeft geleid. Eerder is er sprake van het tegendeel: in plaats van een productiviteitsverbetering neemt de productiviteit in deze periode af. Vanaf 2005 lijkt er een licht herstel op te treden in de productiviteitsontwikkeling, maar de periode is te kort om van een trendbreuk te kunnen spreken.

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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 2013-4.

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Date of creation: 11 Jul 2013
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Handle: RePEc:dgr:tudtpm:20134
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