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FSR’s new online course on Power Sector Regulation – first professional course of its kind world-wide!

FSRlogo78x78More than 190 regulators, stakeholders and academics from 37 countries are currently studying the fundamentals of Power sector Regulation, in the first online course of its kind directed by I. Perez-Arriaga (MIT, Comillas, FSR). The course offers a unique learning environment by combining the best of knowledge in the sector with advanced interactive online learning tools, allowing professionals of the sector to upscale their knowledge at their pace wherever they are. Contact us for the 2nd edition starting on November 2nd 2015.

Towards three way approach to migrant integration: including countries of origin context - Newly released corridor reports and key findings

MPC-Logo-VerticalLearn more about the transnational bonds between the countries of origin and destination and the way they affect integration in Europe. Access the newly released corridor reports (methodological and for Belgium, Germany, Poland, Sweden, UK and the US)  and key findings of the Migration Policy Centre led INTERACT project (to be presented at the final conference in Brussels, 27 February). Corridor reports compare integration levels of a number of migrant communities in selected EU countries (soon available also for France, Italy, Netherlands) and in the US.


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The EU Energy Union… to come? 

glachant90x110On 25 February the European Commission is to tell what it puts into the empty box of “Energy Union” (a very catchy word…). We already know that it won’t be a “Union” because no institutional change will be made at the EU level. Hence it will only be a new European energy policy called a “Union”. What might then be so “new” about this new energy policy ... [read more]

By Jean–Michel Glachant

Director Florence School of Regulation
Loyola de Palacio Professor 

Page last updated on 26 February 2015