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Rail Restructuring in Germany: 8 Years Later

In: Japan Railway & Transport Review (2003), 34, S. 42-49 | Heike Link
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The Impact of Fiscal Policy and Deregulation on Shadow Economics in Transition Countries: The Case of Ukraine

A model of Ukrainian shadow economy money demand is estimated that includes new regulatory burden, tax complexity, andsoft-budget constraint variables. This model is analyzed to determine the causes and dynamics of the Ukrainian shadow economy and to assess the effectiveness of state measures undertaken to reduce itssize. The direct tax burden, the broadly defined regulatory burden, the complexity ...

In: Public Choice 114 (2003), 3-4, S. 295-318 | UlrichThießen
Monographien

The Dynamics of Clusters and Innovation: Beyond Systems and Networks

Heidelberg [u.a.]: Physica-Verl., 2003, VI, 244 S.
(Contributions to Economics)
| Brigitte Preißl, Laura Solimene
Diskussionspapiere 393 / 2003

International Market Integration for Natural Gas? A Cointegration Analysis of Prices in Europe, North America and Japan

We examine the degree of natural gas market integration in Europe, North America and Japan, between the mid 1990's and 2002. The relationship between the international gas marker prices, and their relation to the oil price, are investigated through principal component analysis and Johansen likelihood-based procedures. Both of them show a high level of integration within the European/Japanese and North ...

2003| Guillaume L¿Hégaret, Boriss Siliverstovs, Anne Neumann, Christian von Hirschhausen
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Corporate Self-Regulation vs. Ex-Ante Regulation: The Case of the German Gas Sector

In: Regulation and Investment in Infrastructure Provision
Berlin : Technische Universität [u.a.]
S. 475-486
| Georg Meran, Christian von Hirschhausen
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Long-Term Contracts in the Gas Industry: An Empirical Investigation in Pipelines and LNG-Contracts

In: Regulation and Investment in Infrastructure Provision
Berlin : Technische Universität [u.a.]
S. 533-542
| Christian von Hirschhausen, Anne Neumann
Diskussionspapiere 349 / 2003

Energy Taxation and Competitiveness: Special Provisions for Business in Germany's Environmental Tax Reform

Environmental taxation very often comprises special provisions for parts of the business sector in order to attenuate effects on competitiveness of emissionintensive activities. This paper discusses motives, alternative designs and criteria for the evaluation of such safeguards and analyzes if such provisions can reconcile environmental and economicobjectives. It looks at theoretical aspects as well ...

2003| Michael Kohlhaas
Diskussionspapiere 341 / 2003

How to Turn an Industry Green: Taxes versus Subsidies

Environmental policies frequently target the ratio of dirty to green output within the same industry. To achieve such targets the green sector may be subsidised or the dirty sector be taxed. This paper shows that in a monopolistic competition setting the two policy instruments have different welfare effects. For a strong green policy (a severe reduction of the dirty sector) a tax is the dominant instrument. ...

2003| Susanne Dröge, Philipp J. H. Schröder
Diskussionspapiere 359 / 2003

Innovation Clusters: Combining Physical and Virtual Links

Innovation is increasingly seen as a collective action which involves many different actors operating in a cluster context. These clusters are usually conceived as local agglomerations. In this paper it will be argued that they are an important tool to study innovation, but the globalisation of companies and markets and the specific requirements of innovation processes require the expansion of cluster ...

2003| Brigitte Preissl
Diskussionspapiere 363 / 2003

Competition and Innovation in a Technology Setting Software Duopoly

Recently the software industry has experienced fundamental changes in market structure through the entry of open source competitors, e.g. Linux's entry into the operating systems market. In a simple model we examine the effects of such a change in market structure from monopoly to duopoly under the assumption that software producers compete in technology rather than price or quantities. The model includes ...

2003| Jürgen Bitzer, Philipp J. H. Schröder
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