The Management Programme in Infrastructure Reform and Regulation is based at the Graduate School of Business but is undertaken in conjunction with a range of partner institutions.
Faculty of Commerce: University of Cape Town
The MIR Programme is located at the Graduate School of Business, which is in the Commerce Faculty of the University of Cape Town. Doctoral students are registered through the Commerce Faculty.
Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment: University of Cape Town
The programme director, Prof Anton Eberhard, is a past Director of the Energy and Development Research Centre and teaches occassionally on Masters courses.
Public Utility Research Center (PURC): University of Florida
PURC has an established international training programme in Utility Regulation and Strategy and has run many such courses in conjunction with the World Bank. PURC and MIR staff have taught on each others courses.
African Forum for Utility Regulation (AFUR)
MIR runs courses in association with AFUR, which aims to support the development of effective utility regulation throughout Africa. The Forum was established in September 2000 to facilitate the exchange of information and lessons of experience between African regulators, and to support capacity building efforts in the region.
Regional Electricity Regulators Association (RERA)
MIR also runs courses in association with RERA, which was established in 2000 as well, to serve as a forum to coordinate and normalise the regulatory regimes in the SADC region. Such efforts are critical, particularly with the increasing amount of cross-board electricity trade.
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