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INCENTIVE METHODS OF REGULATION IN NETWORK INDUSTRIES

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Incentive methods of regulation provide appropriate incentives for regulated monopolies that provide them with return on the investments and protect all consumers from unwarranted increases of energy prices. Consumer protection has become one of the main policy objectives in Europe. This paper aims to characterize regulation in energy sector in EU. Most of European countries use two basis incentive methods of regulation: price cap and revenue cap, which set maximum of price or maximum of revenues for provided goods or services. These two methods are stimulated method. Price cap sets the price according to price cap index, which reflects the rate of inflation within society and increasing in input prices. This method allows regulated entities to retain profits made when they cut costs and improve efficiency. It is a method that uses a system of incentives - rewards for efficient behavior of monopolies or on the contrary a system of penalties where monopolies do not reduce their costs and do not follow society-wide goals.

Autor: Alena BAŠOVÁ

Vydanie: 2017/1     Strany: 6-11     Klasifikácia JEL: G31, G38, G33

Kľúčové slová: regulation, incentive regulation method, price cap, revenue cap, energy sector, provided goods and services

Sekcia: ECONOMICS AND ECONOMY

Kontakty:
Ing. Alena Bašová, PhD
Katedra financií, Národohospodárska fakulta
Ekonomická univerzita Bratislava
Dolnozemská 1
852 35 Bratislava
e-mail: alenkabaso@gmail.com


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