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Price-setting algorithms can lead to non-competitive prices, which the law cannot stop, EUI Professor of Economics Giacomo Calzolari and colleagues write in Science.
EUI Ph.D. researchers working on the area of public sector digital transformation are welcome to join an on-going online seminar series organised by the Hertie School and Bocconi University. The seminars, open to CIVICA members, provide an opportunity to share research and to network with other scholars interested in the topic.
by Stéphane van Damme
In this volume, intellectual historian Stéphane van Damme, challenges the foundations of the history of science. By renewing the dialogue with anthropology, he invites the discipline to re-establish itself on other, more humanistic bases.
This book examines the diverse modalities by which states in the Mediterranean Middle East and North Africa (MENA) reject, resist, challenge, modify, or entirely change European policies and preferences and provides rich empirical evidence of these contestation practices in the fields of migration and border control, banking and finance, democracy promotion, and telecommunications.
by Gaia Taffoni
Based on original empirical research, the book reports findings on how networks of actors involved in the implementation of EU-funded programs handle policy ideas and interests, and by doing so influence policy outcomes in the area of judicial reform in the MENA region. This study covers both the institutional and the organizational/managerial dimensions of justice, thus shedding light on the two most relevant and critical factors for innovation in the domain of justice.
by Nicolas Petit
This book asks a simple question: are the tech giants monopolies? Using economics, business and management science as well legal reasoning, this book offers a new perspective on big tech, building a theory of 'moligopoly'.
This volume, available in open access, equips policymakers and practitioners in Africa and Europe with an up-to-date, consolidated picture of key aspects of migration from and within West and North Africa and across the Mediterranean over the past two years.
by Uladzislau Belavusau and Aleksandra Gliszczynska-Grabias (eds)
This volume, a Festschrift in honour of former head of the EUI's Law Department Wojciech Sadurski, reflects on comparative constitutionalism in Central and Eastern Europe through the lens of his writings, which anticipated and scrutinized the current decline of liberal democracies and populist challenges to the rule of law in the region.