The need for regulation of transport industries has far from disappeared. New private and public actors have emerged. Regulatory issues have grown more numerous and more complex. New regulatory frameworks agreed upon by the main stakeholders are required to ensure a sustainable development of the European transport sector.
Introduction to the first Rail Regulation Workshop – MATTHIAS FINGER
A Database on Transport Infrastructure Regulation – PAOLO BERIA
Research Issues in Railway Regulation – MARCO PONTI
Regulation of the Network industries: A Political Science Perspective – ADRIENNE HERITIER
Studies in the Railway Sector – THOMAS KAUFMANN
Innovation in Rail regulation – MICHAEL ROBSON
UNIFE on European Railway regulation – JÉRÉMIE PELERIN
SBB – Suggestions for Further Research – MARKUS KERN
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