About FIELD

FIELD is a multidisciplinary methodology for the analysis of local actors, incentives and information endowment that surround and lie behind the success or the failure of local services, infrastructures and projects, defining the playing field where their realization takes place.
The methodology aims to narrow the gap between the results of academic research and daily decisions making process in relevant context as local public service regulation, project life cycle, local welfare policies.

To know more download an abstract presenting the methodology.

After developing and refining a matrix for data collection, the methodology has been tested in 3 local public service sectors (water and sanitation, urban waste, district heating) in nine pilot cities so far:
 


 

 

 

 

 

Preliminary results and presentations


Knowing the FIELD for infrastructure and service regulation at local level: actors, information, incentives
Presented at the Workshop "Performances in the Water Sector: Benchmarking, Regulation Drivers & Information Sharing" organized by the Florence School of Regulation on 31 October 2014. 
Sector and cities analyzed: Water and sanitation in Belgrade and Sofia
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Knowing the FIELD for infrastructure regulation at local level: actors, information, incentives
Presented at the 3rd Florence Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures on 13 June 2014. 
Sector and cities analyzed: Water and sanitation in Bangalore, Belgrade and Sofia; Districth heating in Berlin and Turin
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FIELD: a methodology for the analysis of local actors, incentives and information endowment in regulation of local public services 
Presented at the 6th Annual Conference Competition and Regulation in Network Industries held in Brussels on 22 November 2013. 
Sectors and cities analyzed: Water and sanitation and Urban waste in Belgrade, Cairo, Sofia
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