Publications in: Regulatory economics

Consolidation in Electricity Markets in CEE: The Case of Hungary

Sector:Regulatory economics
Published: July, 2007
Document type:Presentation

Gas and Power in Central & Eastern Europe Conference, Vienna, July 5-6, 2007.

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IBPT Decision on the Approach to the Regulation of Price Squeeze in Telecommunications Markets

Sector:Telecom and media
Client:Institut Belge de Poste et Telecommunications
Published: July, 2007
Document type:Report

LE Europe assisted the Institut Belge de Poste et Telecommunications with the development of IBPT’s guidelines on its approach to the regulation of price squeeze in telecommunications markets. LE, working with legal advisors McDermott Will & Emery/Stanbrook LLP, advised on regulatory practices in other countries, on the appropriate structure of the test and on the […]

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Structure and Performance of Six European Wholesale Electricity Markets in 2003, 2004, and 2005

Sector:Regulatory economics
Client:EC DG Competition
Published: February, 2007
Document type:Report

The report provides an in-depth assessment of the electricity wholesale markets in Belgium, Germany, Spain, France, the Netherlands and Great Britain with a view to determining how competitive markets were in 2003, 2004 and 2005. The report provides summary key results for traditional market structural indicators, electricity-specific measures of market structure and market outcome measures. […]

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Incentive Proposals for Quality of Service Measures in Finnish Electricity Distribution

Sector:Regulatory economics
Client:EMV
Published: November, 2006
Document type:Report

This report, prepared for the Energy Market Authority of Finland (EMV) reviews how customer quality of service be regulated and recommends that the regulation include some form of incentives that result in rewards or penalties if measured targets are not met. It also proposes that specific regulations be enacted for separate service categories and reviews […]

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Creating a Framework for Investment

Sector:Telecom and media
Published: November, 2006
Document type:Presentation

7th ECTA Regulatory Conference, Brussels, November 17, 2006.

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Investment and the Regulatory Framework

Sector:Telecom and media
Published: November, 2006
Document type:Presentation

IDATE Foundation Seminar “Reviewing the Review”, Montpellier, November 14, 2006.

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The Impact of the Regulatory Framework on Investment Across the EU

Sector:Telecom and media
Published: October, 2006
Document type:Presentation

Conference: Improving the Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications: Challenges for the Next Decade organised by CBKE (Uniwersity of Wrocław), CIL (Hungarian Academy of Sciences), WIK, and under the auspices of the Polish regulator UKE, University of Wroclaw, October 18-20, 2006.

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Calculating the Costs and Profitability of Services in Price Squeeze Investigations

Sector:Telecom and media
Published: July, 2006
Document type:Presentation

IIR conference on Regulatory Cost Accounting & Reporting for Telecoms in Vienna, Austria. July 4, 2006.

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An Assessment of the Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications – Growth and Investment in the EU E-Communications Sector

Sector:Telecom and media
Client:EC DG Information Society
Published: July, 2006
Document type:Report

The study provides first data on investments in the electronic communications markets in the EU Member States and analyses sources of differences across Member States, sectors and competitors (incumbent versus new entrants).  Next, provides a comparative analysis of growth of the electronic communications sector in the EU and in other main geographical markets.  Finally, it […]

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E-communications Investment in the EU

Sector:Telecom and media
Published: July, 2006
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This Brief summarises research undertaken by LE Europe for the European Commission. The research provides first data on investments in the electronic communications markets in the EU Member States and analyses sources of differences across Member States, sectors and competitors (incumbent versus new entrants). It also provides a comparative analysis of growth of the electronic […]

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