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ACLE Post-Doctoral researcher

Current ACLE Post-Doctoral researcher Amit Zac

Dr. Amit Zac is a post-doctoral researcher at ETH Zurich, Center for Law and Economics, and our Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics. He received a bachelor’s degree in law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an LL.M. in Law and Economics  at Erasmus University Rotterdam. He also worked as a public attorney in the Israeli Competition Authority and the Supreme Court. Amit Zac describes himself as "passionate about empirical legal studies and integrating law research within the wider social sciences." His research interests include economic inequality, competition law and policy and constitution law. 

Current ACT and ACLE joint Post-Doctoral researcher Antonio Davola

Dr. Antonio Davola, LLM, is a joint post-doctoral Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellow at the Amsterdam Centre for Transformative Private Law (ACT) and ACLE, and he is Adjunct Professor at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome. His main areas of interest involve financial markets regulation, competition law, consumer protection and the governance of new technologies in the European framework.

His Marie Curie project “Fair Personalisation” investigates how the use of online personalised and tailored offers affects individual propensity to consume, in order to ultimately redefine the normative thresholds and conditions under which targeted commercial practices may be deemed unfair or manipulative under EU law, laying the foundations for framing a harmonized regulation. The project’s overall aim is to rethink the interplay between regulators, enterprises and consumers, to enhance consumer protection in the digital society.