Summer School on "Perspectives on Regulatory Cooperation"
June 19-23, 2017
Campus Luigi Einaudi - Turin
The Summer School on “Perspectives on Regulatory Cooperation” is organized by the Collegio Carlo Alberto. The course programme is designed to explore the normative questions raised by the emergence and the crisis of regulatory spaces that go beyond the State. The School offers participants the possibility to critically engage with mechanisms that promote regulatory cooperation across borders, the interaction between public and private bodies, their impact on democratic decision-making and on the safeguard of competing interests and values. All these issues are examined by looking both at the EU and at the international legal order, as well as from a comparative perspective.
- Alberto Alemanno (HEC Paris and NYU)
- Marija Bartl (Amsterdam University)
- Giacinto della Cananea (University of Rome Tor Vergata)
- Daniele Gallo (LUISS)
- Lawrence Gormley (University of Groningen)
- Luis Hinojosa (University of Granada)
- Claire Kilpatrick (EUI)
- Fernanda Nicola (American University Washington)
- Harm Schepel (Kent University)
The course is open to advanced students of law or related fields.
Admission is free of charge (accomodation is not provided).
Applications are reviewed on a rolling and first-come, first-served basis. Your registration will be confirmed via a letter of admission. Students who have regularly attended the course will receive a certificate of attendance.