Competition and Regulation in Network Industries
The Journal Competition and Regulation in Network Industries is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that meets highest academic standards. Resolutely interdisciplinary in nature, CRNI favors articles that combine economic, legal, policy and engineering approaches. We are looking for articles that link theory with practical relevance: they should make contributions to theory and methodology development, yet always building on solid empirical research, both quantitative and qualitative. Articles that establish links between the evolving network industries and/or take into account the growing role of digitalization and innovation as well as the emergence of new network industries in the form of digital platforms are of particular interest. In addition to the industrialized North, CRNI particularly encourages articles that address competition and regulation issues in the network industries of emerging countries worldwide.
Volume 21 Issue 1, March 2021
Volume 21 Issue 3, September 2020
Volume 21 Issue 2, June 2020
First Published November 22, 2019; pp. 110–123
Call for Papers
Special issue of Competition and Regulation in Network Industries (CRNI) on “Regulating district heating”
In the context of decarbonization, district heating is bound to have a promising future, especially if heat (or cold) is generated from renewable energy sources (e.g., waste treatment plants, geothermal sources). However, district heating displays all the...
Special issue of Competition and Regulation in Network Industries (CRNI) on “Competition versus Sector-specific Regulation”
Ever since the de- and re-regulation of the network industries, competition regulation and sector-specific regulation overlap, in some sectors, more than in others. This special issue of CRNI will look at how competition and sector-specific regulation overlap both...
Special issue of Competition and Regulation in Network Industries (CRNI) on “Digital Public Services”
The different network industries have traditionally been in support of public policies. They often have public or universal services missions or even concrete mandates. As digitalization starts to intermediate many of the traditional network industry (services),...
Cities are increasingly congested. This is as much due to passenger transport as it is to the transport of goods (logistics). In response, cities – often in the absence of any national-level regulation – are trying to regulate themselves, often by putting requirements...