Consolidated law on local public services: New transparency and accountability of choices

Author/s Andrea Ballabio, Francesca Bellaera, Donato Berardi, Francesca Casarico
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2023/2 Language Italian
Pages 23 P. 265-287 File size 357 KB
DOI 10.3280/EP2023-002008
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The long-awaited reorganisation of the regulation of local public services of eco- nomic importance has brought back the debate on the balance between competi- tion, industrial policies and rules. The Consolidated Law has the merit of having partly systematised the disorganised and stratified regulatory provisions and of having enucleated the principles for future actions in the field: the necessary start- ing point on which to graft new paths to support the development of local public services. Public network services need clear governance and an injection of skills and managerialism: an industrial approach to keep up with the challenges of the circular economy and energy transition. In order to effectively translate the princi- ples, it is necessary to understand how functions will be concretely exercised by the different actors involved.

Keywords: local public services, law, industrial policies, rules

Jel codes: K39, L5, L97, L98

Andrea Ballabio, Francesca Bellaera, Donato Berardi, Francesca Casarico, Testo Unico servizi pubblici locali: nuova trasparenza e accountability delle scelte in "ECONOMIA PUBBLICA " 2/2023, pp 265-287, DOI: 10.3280/EP2023-002008