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2Second Semester
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Academic Year 2019/2020
School School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Name (Master of Science degree)(ord. 270) - BV (479) Management Engineering
Track OSI - SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION
Programme Year 2

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ID Code 097335
Course Title ECONOMICS OF NETWORK INDUSTRIES
Course Type Mono-Disciplinary Course
Credits (CFU / ECTS) 5.0
Semester Second Semester
Course Description Over the last two decades, an increasing number of countries around the world has replaced vertical integration with markets as the main methods of organizing the electricity and natural gas industries. This course discusses the way in which these markets have put economic principles into practice and provides insights on the topics that are currently on the frontier of research and at the heart of the policy agenda. Specifically, there are some key questions in the design of these markets that deserve attention. First is how to set the price of energy; second, to what extent (and how) prices should include transmission/transportation effects; third, how are the necessary balancing resources procured; and fourth, how are environmental externalities accounted for. Examples of current topics in the electricity sector include how markets raise peak prices to pay for production capacity and if (and how) consumers should respond to price signals.
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Educational activities SSD Code SSD Description CFU
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ING-IND/35
BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING
5.0

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--AZZZZFranzoni Chiara
manifesti v. 3.2.0 / 3.2.0
Area Servizi ICT
29/01/2020