Avrupa Birliği pazarında faaliyet gösteren büyük doğal gaz şirketlerinin pazar adaptasyon stratejileri

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2014
Bozkurt, Sezen
The recent changes in the EU natural gas market as well as imminent aims of the European Union policy makers pushed natural gas companies into a position that strong change management systems and organisational modifications are in need. The regulatory changes enforced into the market are aimed to increase competition and ease the market entry. While the liberalisation and unbundling in regulated markets are expected to bring better and healthier competition; some literatures point out that they may not create the expected results as projected. Consequently, this thesis argues that, together with the changing global dynamics of natural gas markets, reform packages of the EU is causing the companies to get involved in different collaborative actions and strategic organizational changes which will compensate for the decreased control over markets due to unbundling and will not increase competition as expected

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S. Bozkurt, “Avrupa Birliği pazarında faaliyet gösteren büyük doğal gaz şirketlerinin pazar adaptasyon stratejileri,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2014.