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  • 13th Florence Rail Forum

    13th Florence Rail Forum

    25th November 2016 – EUI, Florence

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    EXECUTIVE TRAINING LAUSANNE 20-21 January / 24-25 March 2017

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  • Florence Road Forum

    Florence Road Forum

    23rd January 2017 – EUI, Florence

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  • Regulatory challenges for smart cities

    6th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures

    16 June 2017, Florence

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  • Reform of the Railway Sector and its Achievements
    New issue of the “Network Industries Quarterly”

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“Welcome to the Florence School of Regulation’s Transport Area! Here you will find a unique environment which combines theory and practice so as to make transport regulation and transport regulatory policies relevant and beneficial for all stakeholders. Researchers will find many opportunities to address relevant problems, whereas regulators and regulated firms will benefit from an intellectually rigorous approach to their regulatory concerns.”

Matthias Finger
FSR Transport Area Director

The Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation (FSR Transport) at the European University Institute is dedicated to policy dialogue, policy-relevant research, training, and networking in the area of transport regulation in Europe. It is concerned with the regulation of all the transport modes and transport markets, including the relationships between them.

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Management of Smart Cities Online Course: register now!

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Competition and Regulatory Aspects of Electric Vehicles Charging | Perspectives from the FSR Policy Workshop

In recent years, the EU has strengthened its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, aiming to a 40% GHG decrease by 2030 (with respect […] read more

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