Antonio Aloisi is full-time professor of European and Comparative Labour Law at IE Law School, IE University, Madrid. He is also a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, having been awarded a Horizon 2020 research grant by the European Commission for his “Boss Ex Machina” project. Prior to joining IEU, Antonio was a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI), Florence. He holds a Ph.D. from Bocconi University, Milan (2018), where he was a Lecturer at the School of Law and the LLM of Internet Technology. Previously, he was a visiting researcher at the Saint Louis University School of Law. After graduating in Law from Bocconi University (2013), Antonio worked on a long-term policy framework for school reform in Italy at the Ministry of Education.
Antonio’s interests span employment law and industrial relations. His research mainly focuses on the impact of advanced digital technologies on labour regulation and social institutions. In particular, he studies non-standard forms of employment, automation, artificial intelligence and algorithms, and new organisational arrangements and practices of collective action. He has been involved in several research projects, some of which were developed in consortium with or commissioned by international institutions or research centres (the Joint Research Centre and the Directorate-General for Employment of the European Commission, the Eurofound and the OECD). He has authored and co-authored a number of articles, book chapters and op-eds in international peer-reviewed journals, books and blogs.