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 JEL GuideIndustrial OrganizationIndustry Studies: Transportation and UtilitiesGeneral [L90]

 

  • Network Industry Reform in Belgium: Macroeconometric versus General-Equilibrium Analyses [30/09/2006]

    In network industries the market reform that is being pursued by national and supranational authorities should lead to an improvement of efficiency, which spills over into a beneficial macroeconomic impact. This paper presents two alternative simulations of the potential impact in Belgium. These simulations give very different outcomes, but are still complementary. A macroeconometric approach seems to be more realistic in the short and mid term because it has been built up from observed behavioural relationships. A general-equilibrium approach gives rise to drawing some lessons about the conditions that make the impact more pronounced in the long term.

    Working Paper 10-06
     
  • Hervorming van netwerkindustrieën: theoretisch kader [01/06/2005]

    Working Paper 08-05
     
  • Réforme de marché dans les industries de réseau en Belgique
    Markthervorming in netwerkindustrieën in België [01/06/2005]

    Planning Paper 98
     
  • Network industries in Belgium - Economic significance and reform [31/01/2003]

    Network industries are industries whose activity involves conveying people, products or information from one place to the other via some kind of physical network. They include transport networks, information networks and utility networks. Network industries basically consist of three types of activity: upstream activities involving the production of core products such as equipment and means of transport; infrastructure activities involving the construction, maintenance and operation of the physical network; downstream activities involving the delivery of network services to final consumers. Network industries have specific characteristics from an economic point of view. Three of these are particularly notable, the last one also from a social perspective.

    Working Paper 01-03
     
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