PERFORMANCE AND GOVERNANCE OF SERVICES OF GENERAL INTEREST IN THE EU Critical perspectives on Energy, Telecommunications, Transport and Water Reforms
June, 27th – July, 1st 2016
Application deadline March, 15th 2016
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The school focuses on the performance and governance of services of general interests and in particular on six core sectors: Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Railways, Local Public Transport, Water and Waste Water.
The objective of this school is to familiarise participants with the structure, regulation and performance of public services in Europe, particularly network industries and policy reforms supported by the European Union.
The school is going to be an excellent opportunity for the ambitious students to get the following:
The School faculty consists of experts from the EUsers network as well as of sectoral experts and stakeholders from EU institutions. The following institutes will participate:
To know more about the speakers see the Lecturers page.
The school is targeted to master-level, PhD students and post-doctoral researchers who are working in the fields of Economics, Management, Public Administration, Political Science and Social Studies.The total number of participants will be limited to 30.
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Apart from traditional training methods, used during the first half of the training (face-to-face presentations) an interactive and practical approach will be applied. After the closure of the morning sessions, participants will work in groups and will practice on a specific sector. More in detail, training activities will rely on the following methodology:
The school is held entirely in English.
For further information on the school organisation and activities please download the EUsers_summer school Programme.
The School will be held at Palazzo Greppi, University of Milan, located in the heart of Milan.
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ACCOMODATIONS AND TRANSPORT:
Admission to the school is free of charge and costs are covered by the EUsers network with Jean Monnet Action funds. Click here for more information.
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