Guest Lectures by Assoc. Prof. Nadia Maccabiani (University of Brescia, Italy)

Guest Lectures by Assoc. Prof. Nadia Maccabiani (University of Brescia, Italy)

We are pleased to inform You that we are hosting a visiting lecturer Assoc. Prof. Nadia Maccabiani from The University of Brescia, Italy

Our Guest will give lecture on: “Regulatory techniques in a changing world”

  • Wednesday, May 22, 2024; 10:00 CET Auditorium B

Regulatory techniques in a changing world
Assessing the traditional prescriptive role of legal rules, this presentation will explore two regulatory paradigm shifts. The first shift embraces a more market-oriented approach, while the second is shaped by globalization and technological advancements. Along this trajectory, the classical hard law, state-centric, top-down, and hierarchical approach is juxtaposed with polycentric regulatory regimes and softer or innovative regulatory techniques.

All members and friends of our Faculty community are very welcome to attend!

Guest Lectures by Assoc. Prof. Nadia Maccabiani (University of Brescia, Italy)Nadia Maccabiani is Associate Professor of Public Law at the University of Brescia (Italy) – Department of Economics and Management where she teaches public law and information technology, coordinates the PhD Programme in Business&Law, holds lectures in the Master of second level on Artificial Intelligence, Mind and Business, and is a member of the Department Board. She was visiting scholar (2014-2016) at the Institute for European Studies of the ULB and Saint Louis University in Brussels. Her latest research topics focus on social rights, governance, regulation and legal challenges related to digital transformation. The most recent publications encompass: a monographic study (The effectiveness of social rights in the EU. Social inclusion and European Governance: a constitutional and methodological perspective, Milan, FrancoAngeli, 2018, Open Access: click here);  papers on Italian top-tier open access scientific journals (Knowledge and Power: between Direct and Representative Democracy, forthcoming in the special edition of,  No. 1/2024; Nudge Regulation and Technological Management: a constitutional perspective, in, No. 3/2023; Popular self-determination in the digital era: between legal and technological opportunities, in, No. 2/2023 The European path towards Data Quality and its standardisation in AI: a legal perspective, in BioLaw Journal, No. 4/2022; Co-regulation, new technologies and fundamental rights: issues of substance and form, in, No. 3/2022); book contributions (European Federalizing process and subsidiarity: cooperation between Supervisory Authorities within digital transformation, in L. Cassetti, A. Morrone, F. Fabrizzi, A. Sterpa, F, Savastano (eds.),  Studies in memory of  Beniamino Caravita, Turin, 2024; Algorithmic decision: between risk-based approach and regulatory techniques, in M. Ladu, N. Maccabiani (eds.), The human-being and digital reality – A constitutional and democratic question that overcomes virtuality, Naples, 2023). Her latest presentations at international/national conference are: Nudge Regulation and Technological Management: a Constitutional Law Perspective, at the 2023’s International Conference of the ISLE held in Brescia on December 13th-15th, 2023; Towards “outcome representation”: constitutional binding goals and indicators (with specific reference to environmental protection), at the National Conference on Numerical Constitutionalism held by the University of Trento on April 12th, 13rd, 2024.

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