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Der angemessene Kostenmaßstab für Terminierungsentgelte - "Pure LRIC" vs. "KeL"

  • Barth, Anne-Kathrin
  • Heimeshoff, Ulrich

Im Jahr 2009 veröffentlichte die EU Kommission eine neue weitreichende Empfehlung (2009/396/EG) bezüglich der Regulierung der Festnetz- und Mobilfunk- Terminierungsentgelte in der Europäischen Union. Wesentliche Unterschiede zur bisherigen Praxis in Deutschland, die auf dem sog. KeL-Verfahren beruht, bestehen vor allem darin, dass es zum einen zu einer Harmonisierung der Zustellungsentgelte über alle EU27-Länder hinweg kommen soll. Zum anderen werden bei Anwendung des neuen Kostenstandards, dem sog. pure LRIC-Ansatz, Terminierungsentgelte lediglich auf Basis der variablen Kosten festgelegt. Somit bliebe die Berücksichtigung von Gemeinkosten außen vor. Ziel dieses Arbeitspapiers ist es daher, die Vor- und Nachteile der europaweiten Angleichung der Terminierungsentgelte und der unterschiedlichen Kostenansätze pure LRIC und KeL ökonomisch aufzuzeigen, um anschließend Regulierungsempfehlungen abzuleiten.

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Paper provided by Heinrich‐Heine‐Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE) in its series DICE Ordnungspolitische Perspektiven with number 29.

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