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Paris Club: The future of Europe through French eyes

Date limite d'inscription :
Jeudi 24 Octobre 2019 - 00H00

Tarif :
JPY 6000 for members of Paris Club and the French Chamber
JPY 7000 for non-members
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The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry is glad to announce the 7th edition of the “Salon du Paris Club” event. At this occasion, Paris Club will have the pleasure to welcome Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor in EU Law and Policy at HEC Paris, who advises not only international organizations such as the European Parliament and the European Commission, but also various NGOs around the world as an expert on European and global affairs.

Amid the Brexit issue and a new European Commission led by Ursula von der Leyen, first female European Commissioner, Professor Alemanno, who writes regularly for Le Monde, Bloomberg, Handelsblatt and other international magazines, will discuss the future of Europe. It will be also a precious opportunity to exchange views directly at the networking dinner.

 

About the speaker

Alberto Alemanno is Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law and Policy, Head of Business Law & Taxation Dept. at HEC Paris.

Alberto Alemanno is a young global leader at the world economic forum, Ashoka fellow and also the founder of the Good Lobby, a civic start up democratizing access to policymakers in Europe and beyond.

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 in many university around the world including Tokyo University. 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.

 

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