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Title:Skupna evropska politika na področju poštnih storitev in njen vpliv na trg poštnih storitev v Sloveniji
Authors:ID Trup, Vesna (Author)
ID Logožar, Klavdij (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Trup_Vesna_2016.pdf (1,74 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis (m2)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:V magistrskem delu je obravnavan razvoj regulacije trga poštnih storitev v Sloveniji in Evropski uniji po letu 1997. Povzeta je vsebina treh Poštnih direktiv in njihov vpliv na spreminjanje slovenske zakonodaje s področja poštnih storitev. Prikazana je organiziranost urejanja poštnega sektorja v Evropski uniji in vloga Evropske komisije in Evropskega parlamenta pri oblikovanju enotne evropske politike na področju poštnih storitev. Posebej so obravnavani nekateri ukrepi za regulacijo in nadzor trga poštnih storitev, kot so zagotavljanje izvajanja univerzalne poštne storitve, določanje obsega univerzalne poštne storitve, možni načini financiranja, ukrepi za regulacijo cen, določanje standardov in merjenje kakovosti izvajanja univerzalne poštne storitve, pogostost dostave in urejanje dostopa do poštnega omrežja. Vpliv regulacije poštnega sektorja na razvoj konkurence, cene pisemskih poštnih pošiljk in kakovost prenosa poštnih pošiljk je predstavljena v drugem delu naloge na nivoju Slovenije in za področje Evropske unije. Na osnovi opravljene analize dosedanjih ukrepov urejanja trga poštnih storitev v Sloveniji je ocenjena uspešnost njegovega izvajanja in podan predlog sprememb ter smernice nadaljnjega razvoja regulacije trga poštnih storitev v prihodnjih letih.
Keywords:liberalizacija, poštne storitve, Poštna direktiva, regulacija trga, univerzalna poštna storitev
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[V. Trup]
Source:Maribor
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-58370 New window
UDC:656
COBISS.SI-ID:12422940 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:NR8Z5MME
Publication date in DKUM:03.08.2016
Views:994
Downloads:140
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Common European Policy on Postal Services Sector and its Impact on the Postal Services Market in Slovenia
Abstract:The thesis examines the evolution of the regulation of postal services in Slovenia and the European Union since 1997. It covers the three Postal Directives and their impact on changing the Slovenian legislation on postal services. It describes the structure of regulation of the postal sector in the European Union and the role of the European Commission and the European Parliament in shaping a common European policy on postal services sector. In addition, it highlights some measures for regulation of the postal services market, such as ensuring the universal postal service, defining the scope of the universal postal service, methods for price control, standards and quality of the universal postal service, frequency of delivery and access to the postal infrastructure. The impact of the regulation of the postal sector on the development of competition, the price of letter-mail and the quality of service is presented in the second part of the study at the level of Slovenia and the European Union. Taking into account the past measures of regulation in Slovenian postal market this study offers likely developments of the regulatory framework for postal services in the coming years and some recommendations with regard to key issues.
Keywords:Liberalization, Postal Services, Postal Directive, Market Regulation, Universal Postal Service


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