Privacy and the City: Toward Progressive Urban Cosmopolitanism

in: Cities in Federal Constitutional Theory edited by Erika Arban

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Federalism in 2030

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Italy as a Testbed for an Urban Data Trust in Europe

with Laura Papasodaro

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The role and potential of civil society and human rights organizations through third party interventions before the European Courts: (with Sergio Carrera) in Judicial Activism at the European Court of Justice: Causes, Responses and Solutions, 2012.

M Dawson et al. (eds.)

Three Levels of Dialogue in Precedent Formation at the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights, in Human Rights Law in Europe: The influence, overlaps and contradictions of the European Union and the European Convention of Human Rights, 2013.

K Dzehtsiarou et al. (eds)

Spill-Overs in Selecting Europe’s Judges: Will the Criterion of Gender Equality Make it to Luxembourg? in Selecting Europe’s Judges. A Critical Appraisal, 2015.

M. Bobek

Privacy Federalism in the US and the EU: The Role of State Institutions, in Surveillance, Privacy and Trans-Atlantic Relations, 2016.

D. Cole, F. Fabbrini, S. Schulhofer (eds),

Data Privacy Rights and Citizenship: Notes on Federalism All the Way Up, in Citizenship and Federalism in Europe: The Role of Rights, 2017.

D. Kochenov (ed.)

What Went Wrong with Opinion 2/13 on EU Accession to the European Convention of Human Rights: The Hidden Promise of Mutual Trust, in Judicial Power: How Courts Affect Political Transformations, 2019

with Timothy Roes, Ch. Landfried (ed.)