The regulation of digital markets and new technologies, including in particular the development of artificial intelligence, and their impact on constitutional rights, in particular data protection and personal identity, are at the centre of this research area, within which analyses are developed on:

•  Public regulation of the internet, digital citizenship and “digital divide”, evolution of constitutional rights in the digital contexts

•  Digital Administration and algorithmic decisions

•  IoT and Smart Cities

•  Artificial Intelligence and its applications, with special regard to the employment relationship

•  Free flow and protection of personal data, with specific reference to entrepreneurial activity and worker protection

•  Pro-competitive measures on digital markets and platform regulation

•  Electronic currency and digital currency


Prof. Simone Scagliarini, Prof. Alberto Levi

Disciplinary areas

Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Public Law, Information Technology, Organisation and Human Resource Management);