ACCC/AER Regulatory Conference 2010

The eleventh ACCC/AER Regulatory Conference Market Structures Revisited was held on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th July 2010 at the Holiday Inn, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. We took another look at the pros and cons of vertical integration versus separation, and the associated regulatory issues.

Conference program

2010 Regulatory Conference program ( PDF 346.98 KB )

Conference proceedings

Day one: Thursday 29 July 2010 Presentations
Session 1: Vertical Unbundling: the Experience Across Industries

Presentation by Jose A. Gomez-Ibanez ( PPS 4.44 MB )

Jose A. Gomez-Ibanez - paper ( PDF 267.29 KB )

Session 2: Structural Design for Effective Competition Martin Cave ( PDF 93.42 KB )
Session 3: Expectations and Outcomes: National Competition Policy and Infrastructure Reforms - 15 Years On

Presentation by Fred Hilmer ( PDF 220.78 KB )

Presentation by Stephen King ( PPS 1.61 MB )

Session 4: How Much Discretion Should a Regulator Have? No papers
Conference dinner Dinner speaker Alberto Heimler - speech transcript ( PDF 30.87 KB )
Day two: Friday 30 July 2010 Presentations
Breakout session 1: Communications - Structural Models for NBN Deployment

Presentation by Karl-Heinz Neumann ( PDF 403.63 KB )

Paper by Dr. Karl-Heinz Neumann ( PDF 574.48 KB )

Presentation by Richard Dammery ( PPS 1.01 MB )

Breakout session 1: Energy - Locational Signal for Generation and the Role of Transmission

Presentation by Jean-Michel Glachant ( PPS 5.25 MB )

Presentation by Steve Edwell ( PPS 589.5 KB )

Breakout session 2: Water - Urban and Rural Water Markets: Looking Beyond a Single Source of Supply

Presentation by Quentin Grafton ( PPS 351 KB )

Presentation by Martin Cave ( PDF 365.09 KB )

Presentation by Ross Young ( PPS 1.25 MB )

Breakout Session 2: Transport - Deregulating Natural Monopolies: the Role of Private Contracts

Presentation by Jose A. Gomez-Ibanez ( PPS 636.5 KB )

Presentation by Darryl Biggar ( PPS 757 KB )

A Hypothetical - 'Airlines Taken For a Ride' No papers

 

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