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Liberalizations in Network Industries : Economics, Policy and Politics

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Liberalizations in Network Industries : Economics, Policy and Politics
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Liberalizations in Network Industries
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Economics, Policy and Politics
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Liberalizations in Network Industries : Economics, Policy and Politics
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  • Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Introduction -- References -- Chapter 1: The Liberalization of Network Industries: Meaning and Purpose -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Market Structure and the Nature of Competition -- 1.3 Public Interventions Against Market Failures -- 1.4 The Rise of Liberalization Policy in Network Industries -- 1.4.1 The Peculiarity of Network Industries -- 1.4.2 Competition and Universal Service Obligations in Network Industries -- 1.5 The Evolution of the Neoliberal Paradigm in Network Industries -- References -- Chapter 2: Liberalizations, Privatizations, and Institutional Market Design -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Liberalization Versus Privatization -- 2.2.1 Liberalization Without Privatization -- 2.2.2 Privatization Without Liberalization -- 2.2.3 Liberalization with Privatization -- 2.3 Liberalization and Organization Design of Network Industries -- 2.4 Access Liberalization and Access Regulation -- 2.5 Liberalization and Institutional Design of Market Transactions -- 2.6 Liberalization and Innovation -- 2.7 Liberalizing Industrýs Noncompetitive Components -- 2.7.1 Economies of Integration -- 2.7.2 Market Structure Uncertainty -- 2.8 Liberalizing Industrýs Competitive Components -- References -- Chapter 3: Liberalization, Antitrust, and Pro-Consumer Policies -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Essential Facility Doctrine -- 3.2.1 The US Approach -- 3.2.2 The European Approach -- 3.2.2.1 The Magill Case -- 3.2.2.2 The Bronner Case -- 3.2.2.3 The GVG Case -- 3.2.2.4 The IMS Case -- 3.2.3 Competition Policy Trade-Offs -- 3.3 Constructive Refusal to Deal and the Margin Squeeze Abuse -- 3.4 Competition Policy and Regulation under the European Approach -- 3.5 Demand-Side Liberalizations -- 3.6 Consumer Protection and Competition -- 3.7 Empowerment Versus Protection -- 3.8 The Libertarian Paternalistic Approach -- References
  • Chapter 4: Liberalization Patterns: The Case of Electronic Communications -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Liberalization, Path Dependency, and Institutional Complementarities -- 4.3 Path Dependency in Telecommunications Liberalizations -- 4.3.1 Coordination Effects -- 4.3.2 Fixed Costs -- 4.3.3 Adaptive Expectation -- 4.3.4 Learning -- 4.4 Complementarities Between Liberalization and Regulatory Design -- References -- Chapter 5: Political Market Design in Network Industries -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The Traditional Political Economy Literature -- 5.3 and Its Limits -- 5.4 Estimating the Political Trade-Offs Behind Privatization and Liberalization Policies -- 5.4.1 Simultaneity -- 5.4.2 Cross-Effects -- 5.4.3 Delayed Effects -- 5.4.4 Alternative Causality Channels -- 5.4.4.1 Government Heterogeneity and Political Stability Effects -- 5.4.4.2 Institutional and Economic Integration Dynamics -- 5.4.5 New (and Robust) Empirical Evidence -- 5.5 Interpreting the Political Trade-Offs Behind Privatization and Liberalization Policies -- 5.5.1 P̀̀olicy Reversaĺ ́Strategies -- 5.5.2 Policy Diffusion Effects -- 5.5.3 Policy Complementarities -- 5.5.4 Swing Voters Signaling -- 5.5.5 Public Finance Concerns -- 5.5.6 Political Constraints and Institutional Drivers -- 5.5.7 Political Tools Revisited in Left-Wing Agendas -- 5.6 The Political Economy of Deregulating Telecommunications: Open Questions -- References -- Chapter 6: The Way Ahead -- References
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