13. - 15. března 2019, Masarykova univerzita, Brno

Hlavní téma: Soutěž na železnici v režimu open acess

Cíl: sdílet zkušenosti s konkurencí na železnici v různých zemích Evropské unie

Ve spolupráci Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Masarykovy univerzity a Journal of Rail Transportation Planning and Management byl zorganizován round table, který se zaměřil na open access konkurenci na železnici. Roud table byl koordinován profesorem Chrisem Nashe, dr. Phillem Wheatem a doc. Zdeňkem Tomešem.

 

Prezentace

Paolo Beria, Alberto Bertolin, Samuel Tolentino a Gabriele Filippini

Long-distance rail prices in a competitive market. Evidences from head-on competition in Italy

Monika Jandová a Tomáš Paleta

Impact of on-track competition on public finances - the case of the Czech Republic

Alexander Stead, Phill Wheat a Andrew Smith

Competition for and in the passenger rail market: Comparing open access versus franchised train operators' costs and reliability in Britain

Marcin Król, Jakub Taczanowski, Stefan Jarecki a Arkadiusz Kołoś

Landscape after the battle. Post-Interregiocases of low-scale on-track passenger rail competition in Poland

Zdeněk Tomeš a Hana Fitzová

Has the incumbent an advantage in open access passenger rail competition? A case study on the Prague–Brno line

Martin Kvizda

Open access passenger rail competition in Slovakia –experience from the Bratislava –Košice line

Juan Montero

Asymmetric regulation for on-track competition in European railways?

Lorenzo Casullo a Luca Bellodi

Parallel Tracks: The Impact of Independent Regulators on Open-access Competition in the Railways

Mirjana Bugarinović a Branislav Bošković

PSO contract management vs. on-track competition in the passenger rail services

Martin Smoliner

System train path as key to efficient infrastructure usage for on-track competition in ITF-regimes

Závěrečná prezentace s důležitými termíny je dostupná zde.   

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