Alberto Alemanno is the Jean Monnet Professor in European Union Law & Policy at HEC in Paris and visiting professor at the College of Europe in Bruges. He was named the Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2015.
Alberto Alemanno is known for his innovation in academic and civic engagement through his not-for-profit group, The Good Lobby, which seeks to improve corporate political accountability and sustainability while improving the advocacy capacity of civil society.
His areas of research interest include risk regulation, public health, consumer rights, and European Law. He has written numerous scientific articles and several text books and has worked extensively with policymakers and advocacy groups.
He obtained his LL.M. from Harvard Law School and the College of Europe as well as a PhD in international economic law from Bocconi University in Milan, Italy.
“The Borrell Doctrine”, A Conversation with The HRVP
Read this interview in French, Spanish or Italian on Le Grand Continent. Your most recent speeches, given to EU ambassadors and also in Bruges, struck a chord. The speech in Brussels was pleasantly surprising in its frankness. The one in Bruges stirred up some controversy, especially the metaphor of the “garden and the Jungle”. Can you … Continuedlire l'article
Citizen Power Europe
On the same weekend in December 2021, two simultaneous events spoke radically differently on the conundrum of our age. Both were engineered by ‘the West’, one by Biden’s United States, the other by the European Union (the ‘EU’). Both were framed as ‘kicking off’ a process of democratic renewal at home and abroad, a response … Continuedlire l'article
European Strategic Autonomy in 2020
In the heat of 2020, in order to take stock and set the course, we asked some twenty world figures to answer the question: is the Union becoming more strategically autonomous?lire l'article
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On June 3rd, the GEG Weekly Seminar will discuss the European Parliament as an evolving institution, based on an interview with David Sassoli.