The Florence School of Regulation Water and the Turin School of Local Regulation are organising a course on the Regulation of Public Services: National and Local Perspectives.
This course intends to analyse economic regulation of public services from different perspectives and to explore the peculiarities of centralised and local allocation of regulatory tasks in relation to the nature of the service, specific policy objectives (consumer protection, equity, environmental targets, efficiency …), the historical and cultural background, the relationship between different actors and stakeholders, the influence – when relevant – of international actors like international organisations and financial institutions. The existence of multi-level systems of regulation will be also analysed as an emerging trend.
The course final aim is to provide participants with a broader overview on the objectives of regulation and with some hints to evaluate on a case-by-case basis what are the most suitable instruments and what is the best layer of intervention for a sound regulation: national, local or multi-level. That is why frontal lessons will be accompanied by the presentation of specific case studies and by interactive working groups.
Who is it for?
|National and local regulatory authorities Central Public Administrations Regional and local governments NGOs and consultancies|
|Center for Advanced Academic Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia|
|Aziza AKHMOUCH | OECD Alberto ASQUER | University of Cagliari Franco BECCHIS | Turin School of Local Regulation Jihad ELNABOULSI | University of Franche-Comté Maria SALVETTI | Florence School of Regulation Elisa VANIN | Turin School of Local Regulation Barbara WYSS | Swiss Federal Electricity Commission ElCom|
|Our donors: € 2.850 Other: € 3.800|
|Registrations are now closed|
|Questions about the course? Please contact Chiara Caccinelli|
* The fee includes: tuition fee // materials and a site visit // 6-night accommodation at the CAAS facilities // one social dinner // coffee breaks