Alberto Alemanno

Alberto Alemanno ©HEC Paris
Biography

Alberto Alemanno has been a professor at HEC since 2009. He teaches EU law and risk regulation. Holder of the Jean Monnet Chair at HEC Paris, he is also editor-in-chief of the review European Journal of Risk Regulation. He holds degrees from Harvard Law School and the College of Europe in Bruges, and a PhD in international law and economics from Bocconi University. 

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Articles written by Alberto Alemanno

The trade deal currently being negotiated between the US and the EU is one of the most ambitious (...)

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Law, Regulation and Institution26 November 2014

Will openness and transparency strengthen democracy in the EU?

The principle of openness is set to fling open the doors of institutions hitherto perceived as (...)

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Key Ideas • The implementation of the Better Regulation Initiative, as part of the Lisbon Program, (...)

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Social & societal trends and issues15 September 2012

Public health: How to encourage people to lead a healthier lifestyle

To fight against health problems like obesity, smoking, and alcohol abuse, governments are (...)

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Tribunes written by Alberto Alemanno

On Thursday 19th January, Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of Law at HEC Paris will be at (...)

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An increasingly polarised and largely misinformed debate accompanies TTIP negotiations. After (...)

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Point of View2 November 2013

Regulating Tobacco in Europe

The limits of EU policymaking have been tested by the draft tobacco directive. Bold legislation may (...)

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Videos

The very first video of the HEC Paris MOOC "Understanding Europe, Why It Matters and What It can Offer You". As a preview, you can have (...)

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Here Prof Alemanno challenges the notion of ‘free choice’ and describes the mental shortcuts used in the decision-making process. Alberto Alemanno is (...)

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As the post-Brexit scenarios continue to unfold, the question is what impact they might have for the on-going TTIP negotiations. The next negotiation (...)

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In this video, Alberto Alemanno, HEC Paris Professor @alemannoEU explains the genesis of his latest book "Lobbying for Change : Find your voice (...)

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