The Working Papers are intended to share the results of the researches conducted by scholars or professors in different fields, within the Institute’s programmes. The areas of discussion are organised in the following periodical series:
To stimulate the debate about the most relevant aspects of the European and Comparative Law Issues, European integration and harmonisation of Transnational Law.
To deepen the knowledge about the interaction between managerial and legal approaches that regulates the European enterprises’ strategy.
To promote a multidisciplinary analysis on EU and international organisations’ migration policy.
To tackle the international trade topics from the perspective of legal practitioners.
To upgrade the investigative tools about old and new forms of diplomacy with in-depth examination of the different solutions and specific interests expressed by the single member States and the European Union.
To provide an international forum for academic and research papers with a focus on interdisciplinary consumer studies. The scope of the working papers includes for example: consumer sciences, comparative consumer protection and consumer law & policy. Topics covered are: – consumer protection: empowerment and entitlement, safety, standards, economic security; – consumer behaviour: goods and services, business and marketing practices, retailing; – and consumer and society: globalisation, sustainability, technology, ethical consumption, gender issues, citizenship.
Internet Law and Social Issues
To provide an international forum for academic and research papers with a focus on Information Technology Law.