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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 November 2021

Hans-W. Micklitz
European University Institute, Florence
Oreste Pollicino
Bocconi University
Amnon Reichman
University of California, Berkeley
Andrea Simoncini
University of Florence
Giovanni Sartor
European University Institute, Florence
Giovanni De Gregorio
University of Oxford


Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021
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  • First published 2022

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  • Names: Micklitz, Hans-W., editor. | Pollicino, Oreste, editor. | Reichman, Amnon, 1967– editor. | Simoncini, Andrea (Law professor), editor. | Sartor, Giovanni, editor. | De Gregorio, Giovanni, editor.

  • Title: Constitutional challenges in the algorithmic society / edited by Hans Wolfgang Micklitz, European University Institute, Florence; Oreste Pollicino, Bocconi University; Amnon Reichman, University of California, Berkeley; Andrea Simoncini, University of Florence; Giovanni Sartor, European University Institute, Florence; Giovanni De Gregorio, Bocconi University.

  • Description: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, ny : Cambridge University Press, 2022.

  • Identifiers: lccn 2021017246 (print) | lccn 2021017247 (ebook) | isbn 9781108843126 (hardback) | isbn 9781108823890 (paperback) | isbn 9781108914857 (ebook)

  • Subjects: lcsh: Constitutional law – Decision making. | Artificial intelligence – Law and legislation. | Legislation. | Judicial process. | Algorithms – Social aspects.

  • Classification: lcc k3165 .c5869 2022 (print) | lcc k3165 (ebook) | ddc 342–dc23

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  • isbn 978-1-108-84312-6 Hardback

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