Professor Martin Peitz of Mannheim University will join CERRE's team of Joint Academic Director in September 2012. Professor Peitz is currently the Head of the Department of Economics at University of Mannheim. He is also Director of the Mannheim Centre for Competition...


The Mannheim Centre for Competition and Innovation (MACCI) has joined CERRE. Launched in 2008, MACCI aims at stimulating and disseminating research in the area of competition, regulation and innovation policy, broadly defined. It is a joint initiative of the School of Law and Economics of the...


Fastweb has joined CERRE. Founded in 1999 with the initial objective of rolling out a fiber network for the delivery of voice, data and video, Fastweb has become today one of the main telecommunications providers in Italy., CERRE's membership has now grown to 23 European regulators, operators...


SFR (originally the Société Française de Radiotéléphonie), one of the major European telecommunications operators, has joined CERRE. CERRE's fast-growing membership now totals 22 operators, regulators and universities. 


Acquirente Unico, Italy's single buyer for electricity, has joined CERRE. CERRE's membership has now grown to 21 European regulators, operators and universities. - 


Professor Martin Cave, Joint Academic Director of CERRE and Visiting Professor at Imperial College in London, has been appointed Deputy Chairman of the UK's Competition Commission by Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer and Postal Affairs,...


Professor Catherine Waddams, former Director of the Centre for Competition Policy and professor at the University of East Anglia, has joined CERRE's Management Committee as Joint Academic Director.

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Dr Clara Poletti has recently become Director, International, Strategy and Planning of the Autorità per l'Energia Elettrica e il Gas, the Italian energy regulator. She can therefore no...


Ofwat (the Water Services Regulation Authority), the economic regulator of the water and sewerage sectors in England and Wales, has joined CERRE. CERRE's membership has now grown to 20 European regulators, operators and universities. 


Bpost, the Belgian Post, has becom a CERRE member as of 1st of July 2011. 

Slightly more than one year after its launch, CERRE membership keeps growing strongly, with almost 20 member entities.