In Italy, the level of cooperation regarding the effectiveness of rules between market regulators and operators is very low. Instead, competitive relationships dominated by the game of "political gains" prevail. The result is that the costs of bad regulation (or bad enforcement) fall on the shoulders of the weakest players in the game of political gain, that is, on smaller operators (generally citizens or small economic players). The university can build and offer a method of relating efficiently in the incubation, enforcement and monitoring phase of regulation and generate cooperation through a neutral player capable of "mediating" between regulators and operators. This neutral player would offer analytical and empirical surveys and, more specifically, a “table” to analyze these effects, the cost of compliance, and the efficiency and effectiveness of regulatory tools, both before and after.