Second Giandomenico Majone Prize
The Standing Group on Regulatory Governance of the European Consortium for Political Research awarded its second Giandomenico Majone Prize during its third biennial Conference held at the University College in Dublin, June 17-19. The prize commetee, composed of Prof. Per Lægreid (University of Bergen) Chair, Prof. Bronwen Morgan (University of Bristol) and Prof. Kutsal Yesilkagit (University of Utrecht), decided to award the prize to Hanan Haber.
Hanan Haber with The Federmann School of Public Policy and Government, Hebrew University of Jerusalem won the award for his paper entitled "Regulating-for-welfare: A Comparative Study of 'Regulatory Welfare Regimes' in the Israeli, British and Swedish Electricity Sectors".
Read the full article at The Standing Group on Regulatory Governances' web pages