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The Florence School of Regulation – Communications and Media aims to provide state-of-the-art training for practitioners, to carry out analytical and empirical research, and to promote informed discussions on key policy issues in the electronic communications, Internet and media sector.

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Finger Companion Network Industries

The Routledge Companion to Network Industries: what are the next challenges for research?

Communications & Media Transport 28 June, 2016

There is an urgent need for research in network industries to go beyond the traditional sectoral approach: "The Routledge Companion to Network Industries" was a first systematic attempt to go in this direction. read more

The Future of Broadband Policy

Lunch Debate in Brussels: “The Future of Broadband Policy: Public Targets and Private Investment”

Communications & Media 17 February, 2016

The 1st of March, the FSR C&M will organise a lunch debate in Brussels, at the European Parliament premises, to present its Policy Report “The Future of Broadband Policy: Public Targets and Private Investment”. The debate will be chaired by Pilar del Castillo Vera, Member of the European Parliament. The Report will be introduced and […] read more

DTT Auctions Greece

A Preparatory Study on DTT Auctions in Greece

Communications & Media 16 February, 2016

The FSR Communications & Media has recently conducted a preparatory study on DTT auctions in Greece. The academic analysis refers to the international framework and to other experiences on the relevant subject. In particular, it takes into utmost account the ITU framework for DTT broadcasting and is based on a comparative analysis of recent auctions and applications of fees for […] read more

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“The rapid technological developments of the 20th century that include the complete digitalization of the fixed lines and 4 distinct generations of mobile technology from the 1950s to the present, have given rise to a dynamic and multi-faceted telecommunications industry in Europe, and an even more challenging regulatory climate.”

Pier Luigi Parcu
FSR Communications & Media Area Director

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