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    FSR Comms&Media Annual Training

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    24 October 2016 – 8 April 2017

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    The Role of the Judiciary in the Changing Digital Single Market

    20 January 2017, Brussels

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    25th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics

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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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Pier Luigi Parcu

Professor Parcu intervening at the European University of Rome

Communications & Media 20 October, 2016

On 21 September Professor Parcu intervenes in a round-table, organised by the European University of Rome, focusing on “The protection of the algorithm between innovation and competition”. More information here  read more

Michael A. Crew

The FSR C&M is deeply saddened by the loss of Professor Michael A. Crew

Communications & Media 28 September, 2016

The FSR C&M organised the 24th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics thanks to the strong and precious collaboration of Professor Crew. It is our intention to dedicate the next edition of the Conference, to be held in Barcelona in May 2017, to Michael, who was a founding father of the event, a great economist and […] read more

transport niq 18-3-16

Network Industries Quarterly, Vol. 18, No 3 – The challenges of digitalization and the use of data

Communications & Media | Energy | Transport 26 September, 2016

This issue of the Network Industries Quarterly features some of the best papers presented at the 5th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures, which took place on June 24th in Florence and focused on the challenges of digitalization and the use of data in energy, transport, telecoms and water regulation. 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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