The course aims at providing students with analytical tools relevant for a knowledge of regulatory strategies. The first part of the course is aimed at providing students with a set of general analytical tools and concepts that may be applied to the regulation of any economic and social activity seeking to understand how regulatory authorities pursue the social and/or economic objectives that they are expected to promote. The second part is aimed at providing a description of disruptive forms of technological change are upending multiple sectors of the modern global economy as well as the laws and regulations that govern them Hence the course (complemented with activities with the students on specific topics and experts) is aimed at providing students with qualified (professional) profiles and renewing contents and methodologies of teaching EU market regulation and European policies thanks to the development of multi-disciplinary studies.The use of interacting teaching methods is aimed at improving communication skills and testing ability of applying acquired knowledge. It will also enable students to undertake a critical appraisal of the main matters.
F. Pizzetti, Intelligenza artificiale, protezione dei dati personali e regolazione, Giappichelli editore 2018, p. 1-62; p.106-124, p.207-290
F. Pizzetti, Intelligenza artificiale, protezione dei dati personali e regolazione, Giappichelli editore 2018, p. 1-62; p.106-124, p.207-316 e 333-380. C. Cogllianese, D. Lehr, Regulating by robot: administrative decision making in the machine learning era, 2017, rep. sul sito www.ssrn.com.