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Outcome van NMa-optreden, Een beschrijving van de berekeningsmethode

  • Ron Kemp

    (Netherlands Competition Authority)

  • Machiel Mulder

    (Netherlands Competition Authority)

  • Jarig van Sinderen

    (Netherlands Competition Authority)

In dit rapport presenteren we de wijze waarop wij de Outcome bepalen. De methode voor de bepaling van de Outcome bestaat er uit dat op een relatief eenvoudige wijze het effect van NMa activiteiten op het consumentensurplus wordt geschat. In het geval van een besluit van de NMa bij een fusie of overtreding van de mededingingswet wordt de Outcome bepaald aan de hand van de effecten op prijzen en gevraagde hoeveelheden door de consumenten. Voor de regulering van de energiesector wordt becijferd welk bedrag de consumenten minder betalen voor de energie als gevolg van de regulering. De Outcome van de Vervoerkamer hangt met name af van het verschil in de omzet op basis van de tariefvoorstellen van de gereguleerde partijen ( Schiphol, het loodswezen en Prorail) en het uiteindelijk door de NMa vastgestelde tarief.

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Paper provided by Netherlands Competition Authority in its series NMa Working Papers with number 1.

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Length: 55 pages
Date of creation: Oct 2010
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Handle: RePEc:nco:wpaper:1010
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