The city as a commons. The city as an institution for collective action

The city as a commons. The city as an institution for collective action

On 14th May 2015, , Prof. Sheila Foster and Prof. Christian Iaione will present their co-authored paper “The city as a commons”.

The presentation will take place in Rome, at La Sapienza University, at the School of Economics and Law in Via Del Castro Laurenziano 9, 2nd Floor, at 4:00 pm.

 

The paper will be presented by the authors. Prof. Sheila Foster is Albert A. Walsh Professor of Real Estate, Land Use & Property Law and Co-Faculty Director of the Fordham Urban Law Center. Prof. Foster is the author of numerous publications on land use, environmental law, and antidiscrimination law. Prof. Christian Iaione is associate professor of Public law at Guglielmo Marconi University and visiting professor of governance of the commons at LUISS Guido Carli where he coordinates the LabGov – LABoratory for the GOVernance of Commons (www.labgov.it). He has published several articles in the field of public and administrative law and, in particular, land use, public goods and the commons, public services and public contracts, urban law and local government. The paper will be commented by three distinguished discussants: Prof. Raffaele Bifulco (full professor of Constitutional law at LUISS Guido Carli,; David Bollier leading thinkers and activist of the commons (and Giovanni Vetritto (Department for Regional Affairs). The coordinator of the workshop, Prof. Paola Chirulli, full Prof. of Administrative law at La Sapienza University of Rome, will draw the conclusions.

 

Giovedì 14 maggio, presso la Facoltà di Economia della Sapienza di Roma si svolgerà la presentazione del paper di cui sono co-autori il Prof. Christian Iaione e la Prof. Sheila Foster.

La presentazione si svolgerà presso la facoltà di Economia dell’Università La Sapienza, in Via del Castro Laurenziano 9 nell’Aula del Dipartimento di Economia e diritto, secondo piano, alle ore 16:00.

Il paper sarà presentato dagli autori e saranno presenti in qualità di Discussants: il prof. Raffaele Bifulco, ordinario di Diritto costituzionale all’Università LUISS Guido Carli, David Bollier, esperto di commons a livello internazionale (www.bollier.org) e Giovanni Vetritto, del Dipartimento per gli Affari Regionali della Presidenza del Consiglio. Le conclusioni saranno affidate alla prof. Paola Chirulli, ordinario di Diritto amministrativo pressoLa Sapienza di Roma, che coordinerà l’incontro.

The city as a commons