CFP: Constitutional Challenges in the Algorithmic Society – Florence, Italy

The IACL Research Group on “Algorithmic State, Society and Market – Constitutional Dimensions” invites paper submissions for it’s inaugural conference on “Constitutional Challenges in the Algorithmic Society” organized by European University Institute, Bocconi University and University of Florence. The conference will be held May-9-11, 2019 in Florence, Italy.

Potential Topics Include:

Human Rights in the Algorithmic Society

Algorithms and Democracy

Regulation and Policy in the Algorithmic Society

The responsibilities of private actors

This inaugural conference is open to scholars (including Ph.D. candidates and early career researchers) in the fields of law, economics and political sciences. Interested scholars are invited to submit an abstract (in English, no longer than 800 words) along with their CV by February 15, 2018. Applicants should indicate their name, e-mail address and affiliation in the abstract file.

Applicants should submit their applications to the following address: The abstract file shall be submitted in .doc, .docx format, named “Surname_Name”,and the subject line of the e-mail shall be composed as follows: “Submission – Surname_ Name”.

More information, including the full call, is available on the website.

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Library Technology Specialist, West Virginia University College of Law