Transport Regulation from Theory to Practice: General Observations and a Case Study

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The paper analyses a number of general transport and mode-specific issues that can provide indications for both setting up regulatory bodies and orienting their strategies. And includes a national case study is presented (Italy), where no specific regulatory institution for the transport sector has existed until now, but where some attempts at introducing regulatory principles have been made, albeit with little practical success.


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