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Die Indextheorie der Bundesnetzagentur


  • von der Lippe, Peter


Der Beitrag beschäftigt sich mit Beschlüssen der Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA) zur Ermittlung von sog. Tagesneuwerten von Anlagen für die Strom- und Gasversorgung auf der Basis von Indizes des Statistischen Bundesamtes (StBA). Hierzu war die BNetzA als Regulierungsbehörde ermächtigt durch die Gas- bzw. Stromnetzentgeltverordnung (GasNEV, StromNEV). Die Beschlüsse enthalten nicht nur bei den Netzbetreibern (NB) umstrittene Festlegungen über Auswahl, Verkettung und Gewichtung von amtlichen Indexreihen, sondern auch eigenständige indextheoretische Betrachtungen der BNetzA, insbesondere die Konstruktion eines Mischindexes (aus Lohn- und Materialpreisindizes) mit einem sehr unkonventionellen Produktivitätsabschlag („Korrektur“ für gestiegene Arbeitsproduktivität) bei der Gewichtung der Lohnkomponente. Der Beitrag beschäftigt sich ausschließlich mit dieser Preisindexformel.

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  • von der Lippe, Peter, 2010. "Die Indextheorie der Bundesnetzagentur," EconStor Conference Papers 40923, ZBW - German National Library of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:esconf:40923

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