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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Olga Grigoreva
Level of Changing Competition at Wholesale Market of Electricity and Power Analysis
World Economy
(Master’s programme)
2017
The goal of this study is to develop the effective instruments for valuation of the competitive relations on the wholesale market of electricity and capacity Of the Russian Federation. In order to reach this goal the author tried to evaluate this market using different methods.

Basing on the results the perspective method of market analyzing was discovered and the model was developed. Due to the model's results we may say that the monopoly competition is common for the wholesale electricity and capacity market of Russia.

This author's model is theoretically valuable and practically significant. It can be used for for valuation of the perspectives to come to the market for both: new players and the current participants. Different government organizations may also use this model as an alternative instrument of valuation the competitiveness on the electricity and capacity market.

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