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El papel de las tarifas de interconexión en las industrias en red
[The role of interconnection charges in network industries]

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  • Herguera-García, Iñigo
  • Aguilar-Barceló, José G.

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El análisis de las industrias en red ha tomado una fuerza inusitada durante la última década. La línea de investigación emprende su consolidación y muchos resultados empiezan a tomar ya, el apelativo de “clásicos”. En este documento se presenta una somera descripción acerca de las industrias que operan en red y sus particularidades, centrándose en una de las más importantes: la interconexión entre operadores. Se comenta la intuición económica detrás de este concepto y las dificultades competitivas y técnicas para determinar su precio. Se abordan también algunos de los principales mecanismos que la literatura reciente ha propuesto para regular su tarifación.

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  • Herguera-García, Iñigo & Aguilar-Barceló, José G., 2004. "El papel de las tarifas de interconexión en las industrias en red
    [The role of interconnection charges in network industries]
    ," MPRA Paper 4733, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised Jan 2004.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:4733
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    Keywords

    Industrias en red; acceso; interconexión; costos; tarifas;

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    • L50 - Industrial Organization - - Regulation and Industrial Policy - - - General

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