Public, international and european union law

Dottorati
Doctoral programme (PhD)
A.Y. 2019/2020
Study area
Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
Doctoral programme (PhD)
3
Years
Dipartimento di Diritto pubblico italiano e sovranazionale - Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - Milano
Italian
The doctoral programme contributes to the scientific and methodological development of topics addressed by integrating the various areas of research. Topics of study (and comparative study) include the foundations of constitutional law (nature and transformation of political representation, relationships among institutions, role of judges, protection of rights), as well as the complexity of modern administrative law. The latter increasingly involves cooperation among national, European and international administrations in a complex web of duties and responsibilities.
The programme aims to provide in-depth knowledge of research methodologies in the various areas of International Law, International Private and Procedural Law and European Union Law, from the perspective of both institutional profiles and material rights. The profound ongoing changes in the international community, the increase in transnational relations between individuals and businesses, and the increasing competencies of the European Union are such that the different aspects of legal research must be placed in an international and European context.
There are essentially three lines of study: a) protection of rights; b) the functioning of single institutions; c) the bases of rights from the perspective of the different areas of law addressed by the programme.
Dipartimento di Diritto pubblico italiano e sovranazionale - Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - Milano
Title Professor(s)
Constitutional rights and the law of the sea
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Rule of law, between judges and legislators
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Big data, artificial intelligence and fundamental rights
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
The italian constitutional adjudication "in via incidentale": features and current problematics
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Administrative justice, between domestic codification and EU obligations
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Administrative regulation of economy and the role of indipendent administrative authorities
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
F. Fracchia (Università Bocconi)
Big data and public law: new challenges for public administrations at national and EU level
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Algorithm and the law: the robotic judical decision
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
M. Cafagno (Università Insubria)
European principles concerning administrative procedure
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Tax issues within corporate governance: the italian model between international and european perspectives
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Environmental law and sustainable development
Curriculum: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Old and new strategies to ensure the European Union values
Curriculum: International and European Law
Brexit, between scenarios of disintegration and new perspectives of european integration
Curriculum: International and European Law
Common european asylum system: distinctive feautures, results, criticalities and future reforms
Curriculum: International and European Law
The e-health paradigm for smart cities, between european union law and national administrative law
Curriculum: International and European Law
The rules applicable to state aids for undertakings: recent developments on the subject of modernization process and the effective execution of recovery decisions into national legislation
Curriculum: International and European Law
International protection of human rights: new frontiers
Curriculum: International and European Law
International protection of human rights: new perspectives
Curriculum: International and European Law
E. Greppi (Università di Torino)
New trends in private international law: the transnational dimensions of commercial relationship
Curriculum: International and European Law
New trends in private international law: cross-border families
Curriculum: International and European Law
New perspectives in international economic law between the promotion of economic interests and the safeguard of social values
Curriculum: International and European Law

Enrollment

Places available: 8


Call for applications: how to do, attachment 1, Qualifications assessment and exam schedule


Application period: from 05-24-2019 to 06-24-2019
Enrolment period: from 09-23-2019 to 09-27-2019