Public services and competition in Europe

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Claude HENRY

Professor, École polytechnique ; Econometrics Laboratory, École polytechnique

Seminar Business life | Friday September 8, 1995

For those politicians who are involved in creating the ethos of Europe, public services are poorly identified when it comes to economics. Competition - the Treaty of Rome byword - is difficult to apply to public services and national customs weigh heavily. Furthermore, what is possible for the Post Office cannot be easily transposed to the railway system.

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