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Antonio Aloisi

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Antonio Aloisi

POSITION

Assistant Professor, IE Law School

AREA

Comparative Private and Business Law

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Antonio Aloisi is Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow and Assistant Professor of European and Comparative Labour Law at IE Law School. Prior to joining IE University, he was a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI), Florence. He holds a doctorate in business and social law (2018) from Bocconi University, Milan, where he also taught at the School of Law and in the second-cycle degree course in Law of Internet Technology.

His research focuses on the impact of digital technologies on labour regulation and social institutions. Funded by the EU H2020 Research Program, the aim of his current two-year “Boss Ex Machina” project is to map practices of algorithmic decision-making and untangle the technological transformation of managerial prerogatives in workplaces driven by machines, artificial intelligence and platforms.

Antonio was a visiting researcher at the Saint Louis University and worked on a long-term policy framework for school reform at the Italian Ministry of Education. He has been involved in various projects on non-standard forms of employment, platform work, and collective rights, commissioned by international institutions and research centres. He has authored several articles, book chapters and op-eds, and his research has been cited by policy documents.

Experience

  • Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, IE University – Madrid, Spain, 2020 – present
  • Assistant Professor of European and Comparative Labour Law, IE University – Madrid, Spain, 2019 – present
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in the Law Department, European University Institute – Florence, Italy, 2018 – 2019
  • Teaching Fellow, Bocconi University – Milan, Italy, 2017 – 2019
  • Visiting Researcher, Saint Louis University, Law School – St. Louis, MO, USA, 2016
  • Member of the Cabinet Office, Ministry of Education, Universities and Research – Rome, Italy, 2014 – 2016
  • Trainee, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP – Milano, 2013 – 2014

Education

  • Ph.D. in Business and Social Law, Bocconi University – Milan, Italy, 2018
  • Combined Bachelor and Master of Science in Law, Bocconi University – Milan, Italy, 2013

Selected publications

  • Potocka-Sionek, N. & Aloisi, A. (2021), “‘Festina Lente’: the ILO and EU agendas on the digital transformation of work”, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, vol. 37, n. 1, pp. 35-64
  • Aloisi, A. (2020), “’Time Is Running Out’. The Yodel order and its implications for platform work in the EU”, Italian Labour Law e-Journal, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 67-87
  • Aloisi, A. & De Stefano, V. (2020), “Regulation and the future of work. The employment relationship as an ‘innovation facilitator’”, International Labour Review, Vol. 159, No. 1, pp. 47-69
  • Aloisi, A. & Gramano, E. (2019), “Artificial intelligence is watching you at work. Digital surveillance, employee monitoring and regulatory issues in the EU context”, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 95-121
  • De Stefano, V. & Aloisi, A. (2019), “Fundamental labour rights, platform work and human rights protection of non-standard workers”, in Bellace, J. R. & Ter Haar, B. (Eds.), Labour, Business and Human Rights Law, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 359-379
  • De Stefano, V. and Aloisi, A. (2018), “European legal framework for digital labour platform”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union
  • Cherry, M.A. & Aloisi, A. (2017), “‘Dependent contractors’ in the gig economy – a comparative approach”, American University Law Review, Vol. 66, No. 3, pp. 635-689
  • Aloisi, A. (2016), “Commoditized workers. Case study research on labor law issues arising from a set of ‘on-demand/gig economy’ platforms”, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 653-690

Publications


European legal framework for digital labour platform

Published by: Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Publications Office of the European Union

Workers without workplaces and unions without unity. Non-standard forms of employment and collective rights

Published by: Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations, Employment Relations in the 21st Century: Challenges for Theory and Research in a Changing World of Work, Kluwer Law International
Editors: Pulignano, V. & Hendrickx, F.