Policy Events

The FSR C&M organises policy events with widely known experts on the most relevant topics of the electronic communications and media sector in Europe. A comparison with non-European perspectives usually enriches the discussion.

Some of the Events
25
May2022

30th Conference on Postal Delivery and Economics

The Postal and Delivery Economics Conference celebrates its 30th anniversary! The 2022 edition of our historical Conference on Postal and…
27
Jan2022

Setting the WACC in Low Interest Environments: Bridging Theory and Practice

This seminar explores concrete theoretical and empirical questions related to the setting of WACC in regulated environments.
10
Nov2021

Transatlantic Relationships in Innovation Policies: Converging Agendas?

The Transatlantic Relationships in Innovation Policies conference will address, involving experts, industry, and policy actors from both sides of the…
01
Oct2021

Digital Markets Act in the making: Challenges and potential of the new EU regulation on Big Tech

Update: Policy Brief now available! The Conference gathered academics, practitioners, officials from the National Competition Authorities (NCAs), the European Commission,…
01
Sep2021

29th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, online 1-3 September 2021

The Florence School of Regulation - Communications and Media, and the Rudgers Business School invite submissions from researchers and practitioners,…
30
Nov2020

28th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics – Online

The FSR C&M is organising, in collaboration with the CRRI Centre at the Rutgers Business School, the 28th Conference on…
05
Nov2020

5G in the Time of Pandemic Webinar Series #2: The convergence between fixed and mobile: new challenges ahead

The convergence between fixed and mobile: new challenges ahead Thursday 5th November, 13.00 – 14.00 CET The convergence of fixed…
29
Oct2020

5G in the Time of Pandemic Webinar Series #1: 5G networks roll-out: has Covid-19 redesigned the policy priorities?

This series of five webinars will provide an opportunity to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the future of the…
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Communications & Media Knowledge

Licensing Standard Essential Patents: FRAND and the Internet of Things
Licensing Standard Essential Patents: FRAND and the Internet of Things

Summary What is the licensing framework of standard essential patents (SEPs) for connectivity standards such as 5G and Wi-Fi? How…

Ubiquitous technologies and 5G development. Who is leading the race?
Ubiquitous technologies and 5G development. Who is leading the race?

Abstract The introduction of the fifth generation of mobile technology (5G) is expected to bring disruptive changes. These changes will…

Digital markets act in the making: challenges and potential of the new EU regulation on big tech
Digital markets act in the making: challenges and potential of the new EU regulation on big tech

The Policy Brief “Digital Markets Act in the making: Challenges and potential of the new EU regulation on Big Tech”…

Investment Challenges take Centre Stage at 10th FSR Annual Conference
Investment Challenges take Centre Stage at 10th FSR Annual Conference

While investment has been at the forefront of the post-COVID-19 recovery strategy of the EU, the challenges linked to it…

SEP Expert Group Report: A Look Into the IoT Future of SEP Licensing
SEP Expert Group Report: A Look Into the IoT Future of SEP Licensing

FSR – Comms & Media researchers, Niccolò Galli and Igor Nikolic, have published an article in Competition Policy International exploring…

Technological neutrality and network neutrality in telecommunications regulation
Technological neutrality and network neutrality in telecommunications regulation

The paper “Technological neutrality and network neutrality in telecommunications regulation. Policies at the 5G crossroads?” will be presented at the…

Could ex ante regulation create incentives for anti-competitive behaviour?
Could ex ante regulation create incentives for anti-competitive behaviour?

The paper “Could ex ante regulation create incentives for anti-competitive behaviour?” will be presented at the 10th FSR Annual Conference…

”Learning by training”: reflections on recent training for ANACOM officials
”Learning by training”: reflections on recent training for ANACOM officials

Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach, this training explored the main regulatory challenges raised by the adoption of the European Electronic Communications…

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