L'evoluzione dell'offerta dei servizi pubblici locali in Europa

Journal title ECONOMIA PUBBLICA
Author/s Barbara Antonioli, Giuseppe Bognetti
Publishing Year 2004 Issue 2004/2 Language Italian
Pages 29 P. File size 193 KB
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The liberalization of public service’s market in Europe in now widely diffused. During the last years, the European Commission has adopted several directives aimed to liberalize (and in some case privatize) different sectors such as electricity and gas. State members have implemented those directives at national level in different ways related to different specificities (economics, socials, cultural) of each sector. In this perspective, local public firms have defined their own reorganization’s strategies of the supply side management to maximize the efficiency and minimize costs in order to compete with private firms, nationals and strangers. The mix of all those factors determines that actually, for local public services, we don’t have national supply models but service’s (gas, electricity, water, etc.) supply models.

Barbara Antonioli, Giuseppe Bognetti, L'evoluzione dell'offerta dei servizi pubblici locali in Europa in "ECONOMIA PUBBLICA " 2/2004, pp , DOI: