The DIRPOLIS Institute (Institute of Law, Politics and Development) is a research center devoted to interdisciplinary studies in the fields of law, economics and political sciences. Its core mission is to conduct innovative research by adopting a multidisciplinary approach to offer a comprehensive and multi-faceted representation of legal, social, economic and political phenomena. The Institute strives to provide scientifically sound and action-oriented bases to effective decision-making processes, at both private and public levels.
The Institute offers graduate and post-graduate courses built upon theoretical and applied research. It also organizes advanced-level training events aimed at professionals wishing to acquire new skills and knowledge in their respective fields of work.
The Institute offers consultancy services for a wide range of international, national and regional entities. It actively disseminates the results of its research by organizing conferences, seminars, workshops and training courses, both in Italy and abroad.
Focusing on how changes to trading arrangements and regulatory agreements could impact on food producers and consumers, Ferraris presented his dissertation during the Coronavirus outbreak on March 16, 2020
Former Sant’Anna School law student Andrea Vignini, 27 years old from Siena, is one of three Italian students to be accepted to the Harvard Law School
A tweet allows knowledge to be shared despite the lock-down restrictions. The Sant’Anna University Library has made its service available for students and researchers of the Mosul University where the Islamic State (ISIS) burned books, manuscripts, and archives. To help students continue to benefit from books and materials on scientific research, the Sant’Anna library has offered access to electronic resources and online services
Events and seminars
PSPP judgment: the perspective of Inter-legality
he webinar, organized by the Center for Interlegality Research (CIR), analyzes, in the perspective of interlegality, the recent judgment of the German Federal Constitutional Court on the legitimacy of the public sector purchase programme (PSPP) of the European Central Bank.