BOOKS

ARTICLES

The Emergence of Behavioural Policy-Making: A European Perspective

A. Alemanno and Anne-Lise Sibony, Nudge and the Law: A European Perspective, Hart Publishing, (2015).

Towards Effective Regulatory Cooperation Under TTIP: A Comparative Overview of the EU and US Legislative and Regulatory Systems

European Commission, Brussels, May 2014

Unpacking the Principle of Openness in EU Law: Transparency, Participation and Democracy

European Law Review (2014, Forthcoming)

The Science, Law and Policy of Neonicotinoids and Bees: A New Test Case for the Precautionary Principle

European Journal of Risk Regulation, 2/2013

Public Perception of Risks Under WTO Law: A Normative Perspective

RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND THE WTO, Geert van Calster, Denise Prévost, eds., Edward Elgar, UK, 2012

Out of Sight Out of Mind – Towards a New EU Tobacco Products Directive

Columbia Journal of European Law, Vol. 18, No. 2, Spring 2012

Do You Mind My Smoking? Plain Packaging of Cigarettes Under the TRIPS Agreement

John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 10, No. 3, 2011

The Case of Plain Packaging for Cigarettes – an Overview

European Journal of Risk Regulation, p. 268, March 2010

Science & EU Risk Regulation: The Role of Experts in Decision-Making and Judicial Review

EUROPEAN RISK GOVERNANCE – ITS SCIENCE, ITS INCLUSIVENESS AND ITS EFFECTIVENESS, Connex Report Series No. 6, E. Vos, ed., February 2008

The Shaping of the Precautionary Principle by European Courts: From Scientific Uncertainty to Legal Certainty

VALORI COSTITUZIONALI E NUOVE POLITICHE DEL DIRITTO, L. Cuocolo, L. Luparia, eds., Cahiers Europèens, Halley, 2007, Bocconi Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1007404

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and Parliamentary Regulatory Cooperation

European Parliament Policy Report, Brussels, April 2014

Nudging Legally – On the Checks and Balances of Behavioural Regulation

International Journal of Constitutional Law, Volume 12, Issue 2, 2014 (Forthcoming), Jean Monnet Working Paper, New York University School of Law, Volume 6, 2013

The Emergence of an EU Lifestyle Policy: The Case of Alcohol, Tobacco and Unhealthy Diets

Common Market Law Review, Vol. 50, No. 6, 2013

Nudging Healthy Lifestyles – Informing Regulatory Governance with Behavioural Research

European Journal of Risk Regulation, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2012

Testing the Limits of Global Food Governance: The Case of Ractopamine

European Journal of Risk Regulation, Vol. 3, 2012

Annotation of European Court of Justice, Case C-79/09, Gowan Comércio Internacional e Serviços Lda v. Ministero Della Salute (Precautionary Principle)

Common Market Law Review, Vol. 48, No. 4, 2011

Fat Taxes in the European Union between Fiscal Austerity and the Fight Against Obesity

European Journal of Risk Regulation, Issue 4, 2011

The European Court of Justice France Télécom/Wanadoo Judgment: ‘To Recoup or Not to Recoup? That ‘Was’ the Question for a Predatory Price Finding under Article 82 EC’

European Law Reporter, No. 6, June 2009

The Shaping of European Risk Regulation by Community Courts

The Jean Monnet Working Papers, n. 18/2008
Number of Pages in PDF File: 62

The Evolution of European Food Regulation – Why the European Food Safety Authority is Not a EU-Style FDA?

WHAT’S THE BEEF? THE CONTESTED GOVERNANCE OF EUROPEAN FOOD SAFETY, C. Ansell & D. Vogel, eds., MIT Press, 2006, Bocconi Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1007451

More articles on SSRN

MEDIAS

Le modèle norvégien n’est pas une option pour Londres

Text: Alberto Alemanno | 05.08.2016 

Aux Parlements de surveiller le partenariat transatlantique

Text: Alberto Alemanno | 24.04.2014 | Updated 23.05.2014

Regulating Tobacco in Europe

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

Text: Alberto Alemanno | 03/04/2013 | Updated May 04, 2013

Den Dämonen zähmen

In der Debatte um das Freihandelsabkommen mit den USA werden die falschen Fragen gestellt.

Text: Alberto Alemanno | 26.05.2014

 

 

 
L’europa come spinta gentile

Gli effetti delle scelte pubbliche devono essere vagliati e verificati dall’approccio sperimentale delle «behavioral sciences». Un approccio finalmente abbracciato dalla Commissione

Le Nutella n’est pas menacé d’interdiction

Text: Reuters | 29/06/2010 | Updated 30/06/2010

Der «gestupste» Raucher – Haben Staaten ein freies Schussfeld?

Über Jahrhunderte hinweg war das Rauchen gesellschaftlich akzeptiert. In der letzten Zeit gerät diese beliebte, süchtig machende und stark beworbene Aktivität zunehmend in die Kritik. Tabakkonsum ist die Haupttodesursache in vielen Ländern der Ersten Welt mit mehr als 5 Millionen
1.3.2012

La trop sage HEC bousculée par ses deux tiers d’enseignants étrangers

Text:Benoît Floc’h | 17.10.2012 | Updated 18.10.2012

5 options for post-Brexit trade with Europe

It won’t be easy for the UK to negotiate other trade deals with the EU.
By HORTENSE GOULARD 3/8/16, 5:35 AM CET

The ‘c-word’ and the EU lobbyist

Assertive Parliament forces Brussels insiders to finetune dark art of comitology.
By QUENTIN ARIÈS AND JAMES PANICHI 2/1/16, 5:30 AM CET Updated 2/13/16, 1:49 PM CET

POLITICO Brussels Playbook: Putin fury — Mas goes — Poland under pressure

By RYAN HEATH 1/11/16, 7:11 AM CET

POLITICO Brussels Playbook — Missed migration target — Lessons from Greece crisis — Troika trick

By RYAN HEATH 7/21/15, 7:18 AM CET Updated 7/21/15, 7:19 AM CET

What is at stake in TTIP talks?

The most important part of the emerging transatlantic deal is the framework for long-term regulatory co-operation, writes Alberto Alemanno.
EUROPEAN VOICE By ALBERTO ALEMANNO 2/12/15, 3:27 AM CET

EU Tobacco Control 2.0

The limits of EU policymaking have been tested by the draft tobacco directive. Bold legislation may nonetheless emerge.
By ALBERTO ALEMANNO | 1/9/13, 9:05 PM CET | Updated 2014-05-21

The rise of regulation

ENTRE-NOUS COLUMN | By IAN MUNDELL | 4/17/13, 8:40 PM CET | Updated 2014-04-23

A more sophisticated crisis response

Would the response to the recent E coli outbreak have been better if the European Commission had taken on more powers? By ALBERTO ALEMANNO | 6/15/11, 10:15 PM CET | Updated 4/12/14, 9:31 PM CET

Behavioural insights in the Commission

The European Commission supports the study and application of behavioural insights for policymaking.
By EUROPEAN VOICE STAFF| 6/13/12, 8:19 PM CET | Updated 4/9/14, 7:10 AM

EU bashing and olive oil

A tale of Euroscepticism, political opportunism and a European Commission ‘own goal’.
By ALBERTO ALEMANNO 5/29/13, 10:41 PM CET | Updated 2014-04-13

A taste of policy

A university in Paris hopes that an EU policy and regulatory affairs clinic will give students a big advantage.
By IAN MUNDELL | 4/17/13, 8:30 PM CET | Updated 4/13/14, 1:00 AM CET

Nudging Europe

Why the European Commission should include behavioural insights in the design of regulatory proposals.
By ALBERTO ALEMANNO | 5/15/12, 10:16 PM CET | Updated 4/12/14, 11:13 PM CET

Review of EU food alerts to follow E. coli confusion

EU has to ‘learn lessons’ from botched handling of E. coli outbreak. By SIMON TAYLOR | 6/8/11, 10:20 PM CET | Updated 5/19/14, 4:09 PM CET