Network Industries Quarterly

6000 Persons

We currently distribute to over 6000 persons, most of whom we have come to know personally at some point over the past years.

Since 2008

Network Industries Quarterly has been published four times a year since 2008

In 1999

It has started as a paper version in 1999 in French and switched to an English online version as the audience had become increasingly more international. Over the years new partnerships with TU Delft and the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Institute were established.

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Since 2014

As of 2014, Network Industries Quarterly appears under a new layout, it is included in the EUI research repository Cadmus

Digital platforms: The new network industries?

Digital platforms: The new network industries? This special issue of NIQ explores and further clarifies the conceptu­alisation (and subsequent regulation) of digital platforms (or elements of them) as the “new network industries.” This idea was put forward in the book...
European rail: more central than ever

European rail: more central than ever

European rail: more central than ever This special issue of NIQ concludes the EU’s ‘year of rail.’ Over the past 30 years the EU has driven the transformation of the European rail sector with the aim of making it more efficient and more competitive vis-à-vis road. It...

Infrastructure Investment Challenges: reconciling Competition, Decarbonisation and Digitalisation

Infrastructure Investment Challenges: reconciling Competition, Decarbonisation and Digitalisation

Investment has always been a challenge in the network industries. Since the 1990s liberalisation has exacerbated this challenge, owing to the different time horizons between the interests of the private sector, the long-term nature of the infrastructure assets and their public service nature. Climate change and the need to decarbonise the infrastructures, as well as the recent focus on digitalisation have only added to the investment challenges in the different network industries.

Building and Governing EU Networks

Building and Governing EU Networks

The EU’s basic objective is to create a single European market as a tool for political integration. This objective is being transposed into all economically strategic sectors, including at a data level in each of these sectors.

Greening of Infrastructure Assets

Greening of Infrastructure Assets

This special issue of Network Industries Quarterly is dedicated to the greening of infrastructure assets. Despite the unprecedented challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Commission has reaffirmed its commitment to the objectives of the European Green Deal and to transforming Europe into the first climate neutral continent by 2050.

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