2 edition of From club-regulation to market competition in the Scandinavian electricity supply industry found in the catalog.
From club-regulation to market competition in the Scandinavian electricity supply industry
by Gothenburg University, School of Economics and Commercial Law in Göteborg
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Lennart Hjalmarsson.|
|Series||Memorandum / Department of Economics ;, no. 193, Memorandum (Göteborgs universitet. Nationalekonomiska institutionen) ;, nr 193.|
|LC Classifications||HC371 .M45 nr. 193|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||98207465|
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From club-regulation to market competition in the Scandinavian electricity supply industry (Memorandum / Department of Economics) [Lennart Hjalmarsson]. Abstract.
Mergers or long-term contracts between firms operating in the same industry but at different stages of supply, such as a manufacturing company and a retailer (e. oil companies and petrol stations) or a manufacturing company and a supplies of parts (e.
car companies and their suppliers), have always been of interest to competition : Alison Sinclair, Peter Palinkas. This book offers the most comprehensive characterization assembled to date of the historical, institutional, and economic forces affecting electricity regulation.
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At the other three levels, coordination of sales, system operation and supply, where informational activities are carried out, competition usually occurs only in (retail) supply, and has been introduced in several countries (see Table 2 below).
It is in this level that the energy part of the electricity service (distinct from the transport and distribution parts) is by: •An analysis of Real-Time Pricing of electricity and its potential effects across the market, and, •A discussion of the need for regulation in an easily monopolized industry.
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