LO.RE.NET | Papers & Presentations

The comparative analysis of the regulatory framework of local public services made within LO.RE.NET network produces academic or policy papers and presentations at international conferences on a regular basis.
Please find below the list of the main papers and presentations. Papers and presentations contain also some graphical representations of the data collected through the comparative tables on regulation of local public services.

LO.RE.NET Bibliographies

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON REGULATION OF LOCAL PUBLIC SERVICES

An international bibliography on the regulation of local public services is available below.
The integration of the papers and documents listed is constantly on progress.

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LO.RE.NET. Comparative tables

                                             

LO.RE.NET | Local Regulation Network

         

LO.RE.NET (LOcal REgulation NETwork) is the international Network of experts on Regulation of Local Public Services (LPS) created in 2010 with the contribution of the Chamber of Commerce of Turin.

References

 

REFERENCES ON REGULATION OF LOCAL PUBLIC SERVICES


An international bibliography on the regulation of local public services is available in PDF format.
The integration of the papers and documents listed is constantly on progress.

Publications

IN ENGLISH


Handobook: The Political Economy of Local Regulation Proceedings
Theoretical Frameworks and International Case Studies
Edited by Franco Becchis, Alberto Asquer and Daniele Russolillo
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the TSLR Scientific Committee (Torino, 11 September 2014)

Supporting tools

 

Some research projects of the Turin School of Local Regulation have the aim of providing public administration, regulatory agencies, utilities and other interested actors with some instruments to improve their institutional capacity. The quality of human capital and institutional capital is indeed essential for the design, implementation and control of good policies and good practices.

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