Deadline: 5 June 2016
Open to: undergraduate students at their last year, graduate and PhD students and officials from the public administration and regulatory agencies
Venue: 5 – 16 September 2016 in Turin, Italy
The International Summer School on Regulation of Local Public Services is designed as an intensive workshop, combining theoretical and practical courses. The Summer School is a unique international experience, offering the opportunity to meet an international faculty and participants from all over the world, interested in learning and sharing experiences about local policies and local regulation.
More specifically it is divided into the THREE PARTS:
- Theory, economic models and analytical instruments for local regulation;
- Sector analysis (e.g. water cycle, urban waste) and country-based cases studies;
- Local site-visits and a practical experience with virtual regulatory case studies developed by working groups.
- Undergraduate students at their last year, graduate and PhD students and officials from the public administration (municipalities, counties, regional bodies) and regulatory agencies;
- Have relevant studies and professional experience;
- Current job position matching to the topics of the Summer School programme;
- Geographical distribution of selected participants (OECD / non-OECD members to be balanced; distribution per continent; inclusion of applicants from Countries non represented in the previous editions);
- Balanced distribution of educational background (e.g. economics; environmental engineering; law; public administration; …).
- The fee for selected participants is equal to 150,00 EUR;
- For participants from non-OECD countries or post-2004 EU member States the registration is free: EUR 150 – deposit is due, which will be totally refunded at the end of the School.
How to apply?
In order to apply fill out online application form.
For any further information, please contact the School Secretariat: Fulvia Nada (coordinator) e-mail: [email protected].
More information on the official website.