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Organization and law - a recursive relationship?

Conceptual considerations and their application to the energy transition: a German-Italian comparison

Event info

  • today from 13/07/2023 to 16/07/2023
  • place Phygital
  • lock_outlineBy invitation
  • Coordination

    Prof. Giancarlo Corsi, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia;
    Prof. Dr. Margrit Seckelmann, Leibniz-Universität Hannover

The seminar aims at discussing the recursive relationship between law and organizations (state, businesses or associations) from a legal and sociological perspective. The thesis is that organizations significantly influence the application and further development of the law both through lobbying activities and through decision-making processes and initiatives of various kinds. Recursive relationships can be observed empirically, especially in the context of important change processes such as energy transition. By comparing Germany and Italy, we intend to highlight the cultural aspects and national specificities of the phenomenon.