Explaining the incomplete liberalization reform of the italian energy markets

Bernardo Rangoni

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Abstract :
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Italian policy-makers have been among the most enthusiastic supporters in Europe of the liberalisation of the energy sector. They implemented reforms inspired by the competition-based model offered by the United Kingdom (UK), often before the European Union (EU) made them compulsory. For instance, an independent sector specific regulator –the Autorità per l’Energia Elettrica e il Gas (AEEG)– was created in 1995, significantly before the French Commission de Régulation de l’Electricité (CRE) (2000) and the German cross-sectoral Bundesnetzagentur (2005).
Published : 2013-06
Document Type : Journal articles
Affiliation : London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Citation

Bernardo Rangoni, « Explaining the incomplete liberalization reform of the italian energy markets », ERIEP, 2013-06. URL : https://hal.science/hal-03470127