Alberto Alemanno


2nd HEC Paris Workshop on Regulation: Regulating Lifestyle in Europe

By on 28 Luglio, 2012

The workshop will take place on September 20-21, 2012 at HEC Paris main campus.The draft program is now available and registration is open

This promising 2-day event discusses the emerging global phenomenon…


Nudging Europe: Why the European Commission should include behavioural insights in the design of regulatory proposals

By on 26 Luglio, 2012

In recent years, findings in behavioural sciences have highlighted the complex cognitive framework in which people make decisions. In particular, behavioural economics, by refuting the neoclassical assumption of human…


EJRR Issue 2/2012 – The European Parliament’s role in risk governance

By on 21 Luglio, 2012

The latest issue of the EJRR boasts a wealth of risk-related articles, reports and cases including a symposium devoted to the European Parliament’s role in risk governance

I am pleased…


Beyond Nudge: Behavioral Science, Policy and Knowing What Works

By on 19 Luglio, 2012

By espousing behavioral tests in policy making and policy outcomes, the UK Cabinet Office Behavioral Insights Unit Team is imposing itself as the world leader among the first governmental…


The Microban judgment – Expanding Access to Justice in Europe

By on 10 Novembre, 2011

Delivered on October 25 2011, the Microban judgment,by defining the new category of challengeable acts laid down by the Lisbon Treaty, softens the locus standi of individuals in front…