Nicoletta Rangone

Full professor of Administrative Law, Jean Monnet Chair in EU Approach to Better Regulation (2019-; Jean Monnet Module 2016-2019).
She has been associated professor at the Politecnico of Milan, qualified lawyer, Doctoral fellow at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and she holds a PhD in Public Law (University of Bologna).
She worked for national and international institution on better regulation: the OECD, the World Bank, the Italian Competition Authority, the Italian Authority for Energy, the Corruption Prevention Authority, the Ministry for Public Administration, the Presidency of the Council of Ministries, the Ministry for Justice, the National School of Administration, the Formez PA.
She is member of the Scientific Committee of the Osservatorio AIR and of the Center for Research and International Relations of the LUMSA University. She is co-editor of the peer-reviewed journal “Studi parlamentari e di politica costituzionale” and of the “Rassegna trimestrale Osservatorio AIR”.
Her research interests are in simplification policies, effective law and regulation, cognitive-based regulation, corruption prevention, big data and public administrations, competition advocacy, public utilities regulation.


Matteo Rizzolli


Matteo Rizzolli is associate professor of Economic Policy at LUMSA University of Rome.
He holds a Ph.D. in Law and Economics (University of Siena).
He obtained the national habilitation as full professor in Economic Policy.
He coordinates the European Master of Law and Economics at LUMSA and he is the treasurer of the Italian Society of Law and Economics.
He co-edits the International Review of Economics; he is member of the Board of the Economy of Francesco and auditor
of the Forum delle Associazioni Familiari and member of the academic board of the LUMSA Ph.D. program in Civil Economy.
His research interests concern primarily law & economics, behavioral public policy and regulation, experimental economics, family economics and family policies.

Marco Costanzi

Marco Costanzi graduated with honors in Psychology in 2001 at the Sapienza University of Rome, where he obtained his Ph.D in Neurophysiology in 2005.
He is enrolled in the Register of Psychologists of the Lazio region since 2008.
He is currently associate professor at the Department of Human Sciences, LUMSA University of Rome and Director of the Bachelor’s degree program in Science and techniques of psychology.
Since 2002, he has performed studies at the Institute of Neuroscience and the Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology of the CNR, on the neurobiological mechanisms of learning and memory processes in physiological and pathological conditions.
He is founding member of the research unit CeReBRO (Center for Research on Behaviour Relationship and Organization).


Maria Bianca Armiento

Maria Bianca Armiento (PhD, University of Pisa) is research fellow in “Administrative Law” and lecturer in “Public economic law” at Lumsa University.
She is a member of the staff of the Jean Monnet Chair “Eu Approach to Better Regulation” and collaborates with the Italian RIA Observatory.
Her research interests focus on the relationship between public law and new technologies (especially with regard to “administrative algorithmic decisions”, predictive policing, facial recognition surveillance and apps), better regulation, public utilities regulation, and competition law/antitrust.


Raffaella Mecangeli