The University of Milan will host the third edition of its Doctoral Seminar in Public, International and European Law from 19 to 21 March 2020.
The Seminar tackles ‘Digitalization and Mobility: How Technology Affects Flows of People, Services and Goods’ and it will be structured in four panels, focusing on the following subjects:
- Digitalization and international law: How the use of digital technologies impact international relations, international trade and cross-border transactions.
- Tax and digitalisation: The reconfiguration of value chain and the impact on direct and indirect taxation.
- Digitalization and people’s mobility: Protecting fundamental rights.
- Urban mobility and public services: How new technologies can impact urban mobility and the provision of public services.
The call for papers is open to PhD students or to those who have completed their PhD in the three years prior to the deadline for submission. To participate, candidates must submit their CV and an abstract of their paper in English (max 800 words) by 15 December 2019 via email to: email@example.com. The abstract must be in .docx format and indicate the author’s name, the title of the paper, and the panel to which it would belong amongst the four mentioned above. The CV must be sent in PDF format.
The deadline for the submission of the final papers is the end of February 2020.
Only original and unpublished papers may be submitted. All the selected papers will be published either in a scientific Law Review or in a book collecting the Seminar’s proceedings.
More information is available at: Call4Papers_3rdPhd_Seminar_UNIMI