Giacomo Tagiuri is a legal scholar specializing in EU law, regulation, and economic law more broadly. His research interests also include legal and social theory and socio-legal studies. Giacomo’s work explores the impact of transnational law, and chiefly EU law, on local markets. He is particularly interested in how economic regulation shapes the everyday experiences of citizens and ultimately their identities. At NYU, Giacomo will advance a new research project addressing cultural anxieties around economic transformations that are often ascribed to EU integration and digitization.
Giacomo obtained his PhD in Legal Studies from Bocconi University in Milan. Before joining the NYU Emile Noël program he was a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute (2019/2020) in Florence as well as a postdoctoral fellow at the Safra Center for Ethics at Tel Aviv University (2018/2019) within the project Markets, Ethics and the Law. Giacomo was also at NYU before: in 2016/2017, as a visiting doctoral researcher. He holds a law degree (combined bachelor’s and master’s) from the University of Bologna and a master’s in European studies and international economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). His work has been presented at numerous conferences and published in both European and American law journals. Giacomo has teaching experience in the areas of EU law and comparative public law at the bachelor level.