Replay | Disruptive platforms and sector regulation

Chair Club Debate

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Laura Lassila
Fabien Couly
Luisa Perrotti
Tara Morice
Julien Uri
Manuel Cabugueira
Resource type Replay
Publication year 2023

November 30th, 2023

Surfing on the opening-up of competition in network industries, on the public initiatives in favor of data sharing, and on the development of digital capabilities, innovative platforms are increasingly attempting to disrupt traditional utilities industries. Mobility as a service (MaaS) providers, energy aggregators, or virtual telecommunication operators, to name a few, provide services impacting the use and the profitability of infrastructures as well as the revenue models of incumbent operators. They have consequences on the incentives to invest and on the quality of services, and they challenge the business models of established operators. In addition, these platforms favor the entry of new providers which services are “plugged-in” portfolio of traditional services — think of micro-mobility — resulting in increased differentiation and price discrimination as well as new risks associated to these new services and their articulation with traditional ones.

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