Water and Waste - Policy and Regulation

The FSR Water and Waste Area is a unique environment gathering regulators, operators and academics with the goal of providing innovative thought, analysis, and discussion of EU regulatory policies and governance in the fields of water and municipal waste.

Its core research focuses on economic regulation and governance in the water and waste sectors including pricing policies and benchmarking.

Water & Waste Knowledge

Giving consumers too many choices: a false good idea? A lab experiment applied to water and electricity tariffs
Giving consumers too many choices: a false good idea? A lab experiment applied to water and electricity tariffs

The paper “Giving consumers too many choices: a false good idea? A lab experiment applied to water and electricity tariffs”…

Performance consequences of water utility aggregation
Performance consequences of water utility aggregation

The paper “Performance consequences of water utility aggregation” (Klein, M.) will be presented at the 8th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures (20-21…

Municipal waste regulation in Europe : paving the road for upcoming challenges

Defined as waste from household and “from other sources, such as retail, administration, education, health services, accommodation and food services, and other services and activities, which is similar in nature…

By:
SALVETTI, Maria
Women in Water Decision-Making: insights from OECD
Women in Water Decision-Making: insights from OECD

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD estimates that water demand will increase by 55% by 2050 due to…

The convergence of water, electricity and gas industries:  Implications for PPP design and regulation
The convergence of water, electricity and gas industries: Implications for PPP design and regulation

The paper “The convergence of water, electricity and gas industries: Implications for PPP design and regulation”  (Phang, S.Y. ) will…

Economic regulators’ role in supporting the ecological transition of water and sanitation service operators

Economic regulators of water and sanitation services (WSS) across Europe were originally established to address harmful consequences arising from the natural monopoly of the sector. This is reflected in their…

By:
SALVETTI, Maria;SIDERIS, Konstantinos

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The school carries out multidisciplinary research with the purpose of developing economically, legally, and socially-sound regulation and policy.

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