At the next Salon du Paris Club, we will have the pleasure to welcome Alberto Alemanno, the Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law and Policy at HEC Paris who advises not only international organizations such as the European Parliament, the European Commission, but also various NGOs around the world as an expert on European and global affairs.
Amid an issue of Brexit, a new European Commission led by the first female European Commissioner, what will happen to Europe in the future? We will hear from Professor Alemanno, who is active internationally, writing regularly for Le Monde, Bloomberg, Handelsblatt and other professional magazines. It will be also a precious opportunity to exchange views directly at the networking dinner
|Date||Monday, October 28, 2019 19:00-21:00|
|Venue||Gun Ship – Hotel New Otani Garden Court 4F
4-1, Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Tel:03-3221-4314
|Schedule||19 :00-20 :00 Conference & QA
20 :00-21 :00 Networking dinner
|Participation fee||6000 yens for members / 7000 yens for non-members|
|Organizer||Groupe Économique Franco-Japonais (Paris Club)|
|To participate||please register on the site of Paris Club before October 24|
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.
Alberto Alemanno is Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law and Policy, Head of Business Law & Taxation Dept. at HEC Paris. Due to his commitment to bridge the gap between academic research and policy action, he is the founder of the Good Lobby, a civic start up democratizing access to policymakers in Europe and beyond.
He is a young global leader at the world economic forum and Ashoka fellow. His latest book is “Lobbying for Change”, a new theory of participatory democracy and how to guide to find to build your own lobby.
His research and teaching activities focus on EU Law, International Economic Law, WTO law, Risk Regulation as well as Regulatory Reform. He has taught at Georgetown University, Amsterdam University, St. Gallen University, Bocconi University, Tokyo University, Moscow State University, Fribourg University, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa, Macau Law School, Liège Law School, and the European University Institute. Originally from Italy, he holds LLM degrees from the College of Europe and Harvard Law School and a Ph.D. in International Law & Economics from Bocconi University. www.albertoalemanno.eu