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Special issue on Network Industries in Eurasia
Necmiddin Bagdadioglu, Hacettepe University
Matthias Finger, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale Lausanne
Fuat Oguz, Ankara Social Sciences University
The network industries in Eurasia (Turkey, Russia, Central Asia) are undergoing substantial changes, marked in particular by their liberalization but also their privatization. Similarly, the regulation of the network industries’ sectors is gradually being institutionalized following European, American, but also endogenous approaches. Overall, however, the de- and re-regulation of the network industries in Eurasia follows no clear model and results are mixed, at best.
This special issue of Utilities Policy aims at shedding light at the de- and the re-regulation practices in the different network industries and in the different Eurasian countries, notably in Turkey, Russia and Central Asia. It is especially dedicated to critically analyzing these practices, along with the policies that have inspired them.
Description and critical assessment of the different network industries’ de- and re-regulation policies and practices in Eurasia, notably Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Central Asian countries, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaidjan, and Iran
Sectors covered: telecommunications, postal services, electricity, gas, air transport, rail transport, road transport, urban public transport, water and wastewater
Comparative studies across sectors and countries are particularly welcome
Notes for Prospective Authors
All papers must be submitted through the Utilities Policy website: http://ees.elsevier.com/juip/Make sure to upload your paper to the special Issue “Eurasia”
Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. All papers will be refereed through a peer-review process. For more information, please see the Author Guidelines page. The authors of the selected papers will be invited to a conference in Ankara on November 21st, 2014, during which their papers will be presented and critically discussed before a final submission to the special issue.
Full paper due on 30 September, 2014
Notification of acceptance to the Conference on 15 October, 2014
Conference in Ankara on 21 November, 2014
Submission of revised paper on 31 January, 2015
Notification of acceptance on 15 June, 2015
Publication date: September to October 2015
CEMAR, Hacettepe Univ. Beytepe 06800 Ankara, Turkey
EPFL-CdM-ITPP-MIR, ODY 303, Station 5, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Dep. of Economics, Ankara Social Sciences Univ., Ulus, Ankara, Turkey