Dr. Alessandra Arcuri

Alessandra Arcuri is Associate Professor at the Department of International and European Law, Erasmus School of Law. Her research focuses on the global governance of risks and the intersection of international economic law and risk regulation. She has published extensively in the field of risk law, international economic law and law and economics. Arcuri has conducted research in several international institutions: Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI), Florence (project on the regulation of organic products); Global Fellow at NYU Law School (project on the precautionary principle); Marie Curie Fellow at Hamburg University (project on the role of Coase’s theory in environmental law); EUR Fellowship at Erasmus University (project on multi-level risk regulation and the WTO). Arcuri is a member of the Research Programme ‘Rethinking the Rule of Law in an Era of Globalisation, Privatisation, and Multiculturalisation’. Besides teaching regularly at the Erasmus School of Law (International Economic Law, Public International Law, Economics of Public Law), Dr. Arcuri has taught courses in several universities, including at the EUI, Florence, the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, Lund University, Sweden, the African Universities in Lomè, Togo, the Luiss Guido Carli University, Rome, and the University of Siena.

Dr. Arcuri holds a law degree from La Sapienza University, Rome (cum laude), an LL.M. from Utrecht University (Honourable mention) and a Ph.D. from the Erasmus School of Law (Governing the risks of ultra-hazardous activities: challenges for contemporary legal systems).