Transport

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 modes of transport and a wide range of other topics related to digital and sustainable mobility.

Transport Knowledge

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We sat down for a conversation with FSR Area Directors Jean-Michel Glachant and Matthias Finger in the framework on the 8th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures, the School’s annual…

Water utilities : governance and performance

This issue of Network Industries Quarterly is devoted to water utilities, their governance and their performance. With growing urbanization, pollution and water stress, utilities are ever more challenged to provide…

By:
FINGER, Matthias;LAPENKOVA, Irina
Ducuing, C. "The Cost Reduction Directive: a legal primer in cross-sectorial regulation of infrastructures"
Ducuing, C. "The Cost Reduction Directive: a legal primer in cross-sectorial regulation of infrastructures"

The paper “The Cost Reduction Directive: a legal primer in cross-sectorial regulation of infrastructures”(Ducuing, C.) will be presented at the…

Hoffmann, L.J. “Four entitlement problems in the digital economy and how antitrust (re-)allocates property rights”
Hoffmann, L.J. “Four entitlement problems in the digital economy and how antitrust (re-)allocates property rights”

The paper “Four entitlement problems in the digital economy and how antitrust (re-)allocates property rights” (Hoffmann, L.J.) will be presented…

Paniccia, I. "Substitution or Integration between Traditional Public Transport and New Forms of Mobility. Implications for Economic Regulation"
Paniccia, I. "Substitution or Integration between Traditional Public Transport and New Forms of Mobility. Implications for Economic Regulation"

The paper “Substitution or Integration between Traditional Public Transport and New Forms of Mobility. Implications for Economic Regulation” (Paniccia, I.…

ATM : how to make progress towards an economic regulator?

Improving Air Traffic Management (ATM) performance is the main goal of the Single European Sky (SES) initiative. The EU’s SES legislation has introduced a performance scheme, which defines performance targets…

By:
FINGER, Matthias;SERAFIMOVA, Teodora

Research

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Our events bring together the world of academia and practice to offer a vast range of opportunities for open discussion and practice sharing.

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