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This Manifesto is the first systematic attempt that the Florence School of Regulation (FSR) has done to critically reflect upon the achievements of the second Barroso Commission in the various network industries. We also endeavour to establish a realistic outlook onto the challenges that await the Juncker Commission in the various network industries in terms of regulatory policy.

On the basis of its 10-year experience, four FSR Area Directors and Research Associates, have been observing, analysing and making policy recommendations in the areas of energy, communications and media, transport and water regulation.

These are:

  • Professor Jean-Michel Glachant, director of the FSR-Energy area and holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair
  • Professor Pier Luigi Parcu, director of the FSR-Communications and Media area and Director of the Centre for Media Pluralism and Freedom
  • Professor Matthias Finger, director of the FSR-Transport area, also holder of the Swiss Post Chair in Management of Network Industries at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne Switzerland
  • Professor Stéphane Saussier, director of the FSR-Water area and also Professor of Economics and Management at the Sorbonne Business School

Read the FSR Manifesto!

Listen to the recorded debate by the FSR area directors!

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