Law and Globalization International Research Centre
The Law and Globalization International Research Centre was established in 2018 as part of the scientific initiatives of the Department of Excellence project. The centre is essential to two of the department’s macro-objectives, namely to promote dialogue between the field of law and other fields of knowledge and to study the impact of major social changes on contemporary legal systems.
Indeed, the centre aims to be an advanced forum for reflection and research, open to intersections between law and multiple related sectors, such as economics, history, international relations and technology, in order to promote the refinement of the analytical tools of the jurist and to improve understanding and governance of the complex reality of globalization.
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Grandangolo Paolo Ferro-Luzzi European Banking and Finance Law Interdepartmental Research Centre
Grandangolo is the Paolo Ferro-Luzzi European Banking and Finance Law Interdepartmental Research Centre, promoted by three university departments, Law, Business Economics and Political Sciences, and administered by Professors Concetta Brescia Morra, Mario Bussoletti, Stefano D’Addona, Sabino Fortunato, Giulio Napolitano, Maddalena Rabitti and Andrea Zoppini.
The centre aims to facilitate debate on the extent of the significant regulatory changes affecting the European financial sector over recent years. This debate is crucial for dealing not only with economic impacts, but also with the protection of the rights of individuals and businesses. The centre intends to establish a stable exchange with other Italian and European university institutions and research centres in order to encourage the circulation of ideas and research on the process of integrating rules and institutions across Europe. The centre is dedicated to the memory of Professor Paolo Ferro-Luzzi, a distinguished scholar of the subject.
The centre is open to professors and researchers from the contributing departments, as well as to scholars from other Italian and foreign universities and institutions involved in the sector. The departmental members contributing to the centre make up its Board of Directors. The centre’s Scientific Committee is made up of professors and academics from other Italian and foreign universities and research institutes, as well as of scholars from public and private institutions concerned with the topic covered by the centre’s research.
The centre’s Director is Concetta Brescia Morra, full professor of Economic Law.
The centre’s Vice-Directors are Professors Giulio Napolitano, full professor of Administrative Law, and Andrea Zoppini, full professor of Private Law.
The Executive Council is composed of the Director, the two Vice-Directors and three members of the Scientific Committee, Stefano Cappiello, Director General of the Italian Ministry of the Treasury, Marino Perassi, Advocate General of the Bank of Italy, Stefano Vincenzi, Head of Mediobanca’s Legal Service.
The Administrative Secretary is Dr. Giuseppina Santilli of the Department of Law.
To achieve its objectives, the centre aims to implement a series of strategic activities, including the promotion of conferences, conventions and seminars, the creation of an information network among scholars, the establishment of specialized publications, the encouragement of relationships and collaborations with national and international cultural and scientific bodies, and the offering of expert advice and consultancy.
The centre is committed to promoting the training of young scholars through support for completion, specialization and advanced training courses and internships, as well as through contributions in the form of scholarships and research grants. For its research activities, the centre relies on a research group made up of researchers, research fellows, doctoral graduates and students and other scholars that can be assigned by the Board of Directors with the title of Centre Research Scholar and offered departmental scholarships or other forms of remuneration for research activities.
To carry out its activities, the centre makes use of contributions made available by each of the departments, funding from the university and research bodies, research funds from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) and National Research Council (CNR), contributions from international bodies, the European Union, the Italian State, local authorities and public and private entities, and the proceeds of activities carried out on behalf of third parties.
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CRISPEL Giorgio Recchia Political, Constitutional and Comparative Legislation Studies Interdepartmental Research Centre
Link identifier #identifier__138844-3Political, Constitutional and Comparative Legislation Studies Interdepartmental Research Centre (CRISPEL), now named after its founder Giorgio Recchia, was established in 2003 at Roma Tre University by the departments of Link identifier #identifier__60651-4Law and of Link identifier #identifier__80399-5Political Sciences and is today supported by the departments of Link identifier #identifier__142642-6Economics and of Link identifier #identifier__139990-7Education Sciences in order to promote studies and research in the political, constitutional and comparative legislation fields in support the work of national, European and international public and private institutions.
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The Giovanni Pugliese Centre of Excellence in European Law was established by Rectoral Decree No. 953 of 24th May 2001, and aims to promote the legal sciences with regard to European legal and political institutions in order to build foundations for the formation of a common legal experience within the European area, informed by the essential general framework of Roman law and tradition.
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Interuniversity Research Centers
The Laboratory on Longevity and Ageing (LoLA) is a network of researchers from different disciplines that deals with issues related to longevity and population ageing. Its main aim is a better understanding of the demographic, social and economic consequences of the progressive lengthening of life. The higher longevity and better health of population challenges Italian and European societies to pursue healthy and active ageing, and an efficient welfare state. European governments have already modified labour market policies in order to meet these challenges, but the process need to be monitored for its implications on other priorities posed by population ageing. These priorities are present in the Agenda 2030 for sustainable development of the UN, with the goal “ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages”. On this line, the aim of the laboratory is to offer a scientific contribution of ideas and to create a forum for debate and action as well as participating to research projects both at national and international level.
At present, the following academic institutions joined LoLA:
- Dipartimento di Scienze Statistiche della Sapienza, Università di Roma (Prof.ssa Viviana Egidi Link identifier #firstname.lastname@example.org);
- Dipartimento di Metodi e Modelli per l’Economia, il Territorio e la Finanza, della Sapienza, Università di Roma (Prof.ssa Alessandra De Rose Link identifier #email@example.com);
- Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza dell’Università di Roma Tre (Prof. Sergio Ginebri Link identifier #firstname.lastname@example.org);
- Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali dell’Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna (Prof. Marco Albertini Link identifier #email@example.com);
- Dipartimento di Scienze Statistiche dell’Università degli Studi di Padova (Prof.ssa Giovanna Boccuzzo Link identifier #firstname.lastname@example.org);
- Università degli Studi del Molise, (Prof.ssa Cecilia Tomassini Link identifier #email@example.com);
- Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano (Prof. Alessandro Rosina Link identifier #firstname.lastname@example.org);
- Libera Università di Bolzano (Prof.ssa Giulia Cavrini Link identifier #email@example.com).
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