Following the workshop that launched the Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation on 9 April 2010 and the first Florence Rail Forum, held 15 November 2010 on “aims, models, and powers of rail regulators”, we turn our attention to performance in railways and to how such performance is linked to market organization. We are pleased to facilitate a stakeholder dialogue around the following three points:
Keeping to one of FSR’s guiding principles, namely stakeholder involvement, this Second Forum features presentations from railway regulators, railway transport operators, infrastructure managers, an authority in charge of procuring rail services and, of course, representatives of the European Commission.
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CER: An economic perspective on rail regulation – EDWARD CHRISTIE
EPTO on Performance and Governance in Railway Markets – JAN MÖLLMANN
Comparing three models for introduction of competition into railways – JAN-ERIC NILSSON
Measuring the Success of Rail Reforms – ANDREW SMITH
The View of the Danish Transport Authority – NICOLAI BUNDGAARD
ORR on performance and governance in railway markets – PAUL MCMAHON
The View of The Swedish Transport Agency – MATS ANDERSSON
DB on Performance and Governance in Railway Markets – FRANK MIRAM
SBB on Performance and Governance in Railway Markets – GREGORY SMITH
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