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PLURALITE ET DYNAMIQUE DES CONVENTIONS DE REGLEMENTATION

UNE ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE DE LA JURISPRUDENCE DU CONSEIL DE LA CONCURRENCE RELATIVE AU SECTEUR ELECTRIQUE

Abstract : Initiated by the European Directive of 1996 and the Electricity Act of 2000, the French Electric Sector deregulation raises the issue of the future of the French Public Service and of the National Firm. This PhD dissertation aims at demonstrating the existence of a Regulation frameworks plurality. Theoretical debates highlighted by historical dynamics of French electricity and international comparisons enable us to structure some “conventions of regulation” (in the sense of patterns of expectations relative to the regulation). The current mutations of the French Electrical System are analysed through the Competition Council jurisprudence.
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Frédéric Marty. PLURALITE ET DYNAMIQUE DES CONVENTIONS DE REGLEMENTATION

UNE ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE DE LA JURISPRUDENCE DU CONSEIL DE LA CONCURRENCE RELATIVE AU SECTEUR ELECTRIQUE. Economies et finances. École normale supérieure de Cachan - ENS Cachan, 2002. Français. ⟨tel-00011560⟩

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