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Railway monopoly and rate regulation.
Robert James McFall
|Series||Columbia University studies in the social sciences ;, 164|
|LC Classifications||HE1843 .M27 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||79076704|
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overview of the new railway regulation and its objectives, relating them to the available evaluation methodologies (1). On this basis we will then examine the strengths and weaknesses of the Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) and the need to also conduct Cost Efficiency Analyses, which are essential for benchmarking (2). The first simplification Wilner proposes is to eliminate the market dominance test, i.e., the test to see if the railroad has monopoly power over the rate at issue. “No rational [shipper] spends $5 million to pursue lengthy litigation challenging a rail rate if there exist effective alternatives to rail, or if they can ‘build-out’ their.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: McFall, Railway monopoly and rate regulation. book James, Railway monopoly and rate regulation. New York, Columbia University While most of the book is general, Part V, which deals with Regulation and the Cost of Service, is special. It contains a full history of the Cleveland Experiment and of the Milwaukee Ex-periment, but set forth in a way to illustrate the principles in-volved.
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High government subsidies. Indian Railways (IR) is the state-owned railway company of India. Indian Railways had, until very recently, a monopoly on the country’s rail transport.
It is one of the largest and busiest rail networks in the world, transporting just over six billion passengers and almost million tonnes of freight annually. – some issues in the design of a regulatory agency for the rail industry. 56 – the degree of independence of the regulatory agency.
56 – the relationship of the regulatory agency with the government. 56 – the scope and jurisdiction of the regulator. 57 – the number of regulators and its appointment. 57 – regulatory institutions in practice File Size: KB.
• If a rate is too high, rail -dependent shippers can challenge the rate at the STB; shipper bears the burden of proof. • Shippers must pay a minimum of 80% more than the direct cost to the railroad of moving the freight before the STB has jurisdiction to consider relief.
• Maximum rate: what the shipper would pay if it built andFile Size: KB. National Company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (the national railway company of Kazakhstan) are officially subject to natural monopoly regulation. The development of natural monopoly regulation in Kazakhstan can, therefore, be seen as an important test case for regulatory reform issues in countries with developing market Size: KB.
Monopoly and Regulation: Excerpt from Two Lessons book. by John Quiggin on Decem One of Standard Oil’s main advantages was the capacity to secure lower prices from railway companies in return for higher volumes.
the pioneering example of monopoly rate regulation, aimed at maintaining a system of ad valorem rates, and many. Abstract.
Pub. also as Studies in history, economics and public law, ed. by the Faculty of political science of Columbia University, vol. LXIX, no. l; whole no. Author: Robert James McFall.
Regulation of monopoly. The government may wish to regulate monopolies to protect the interests of consumers. For example, monopolies have the market power to set prices higher than in competitive markets. The government can regulate monopolies through price capping, yardstick competition and preventing the growth of monopoly power.
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Indian Railways (IR) is the state-owned railway company of India. Indian Railways had, until very recently, a monopoly on the country’s rail transport. It is one of the largest and busiest rail networks in the world, transporting just over six billion passengers and almost million tonnes of freight annually.
When the railway sector is transformed from monopoly into internal competition by vertical and horizontal separation, a number of autonomous organisations will be formed. Activities, which were earlier co-ordinated by administrative mechanisms, must now, if assigned to different organisations, be co-ordinated by market by:.
BOOK REVIEWS Government Regulation of Railway Rates. By HUGO RICHARD MEYER, Assistant Professor of Political Economy in the Uni- versity of Chicago. New York: The Macmillan Co!., I 8vo, pp. xxvii + The author of this book has been erroneously confused, even by statesmen, with Professor Balthasar H.
Meyer, of the University of Wisconsin.Monopoly Equilibrium. Break even point Profit in monopoly Loss in monopoly Measuring monopoly power Indian Railway Price maker What is monopoly? Monopoly is a form of market structure in which a single seller or firm has control over the entire market supply, as there are no close substitutes for his product.3/5(2).
In the end, Rockefeller made a deal with the other company, which gave Standard Oil ownership of nearly all the oil pipelines in the nation.• ByStandard Oil owned or controlled 90 percent of the U.S. oil refining business, making it the first great industrial monopoly in the world.