Electricity and gas market liberalization in the EU as a part of the internal energy market strategy - chosen aspects. The lesson for Poland
Title: Electricity and gas market liberalization in the EU as a part of the internal energy market strategy - chosen aspects. The lesson for Poland
Author: NOWAK, Bartlomiej
Citation: Journal of interdisciplinary economics, 2006, 17, 4, 465-480
Subject: European Union; European policy; Single European market; Electricity; Energy market; Gas; Market analysis; Poland
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