The AIDA Europe Scientific Committee invites the submission of academic papers for the 9th AIDA Europe Conference to be held in Zurich, Switzerland on September 17-18, 2020. The theme of the conference is The Governance of Insurance Undertakings between Corporate Law and Insurance Regulation.
This conference will bring legal scholars and practitioners together, so as to explore and discuss the legal and regulatory issues on the governance of insurance undertakings emerging from the interplay between corporate law and insurance regulation, hence the topic of the call.
Invited speakers will present papers to the conference which will provide insights into the legal developments affecting the topics included in the thematic of the call. The goal is to provide information on emerging changes affecting insurance undertakings as emerging from the interplay between corporate law and insurance regulation, and, in doing so, to also provide a forum for debating and developing the law and policy in this legal field.
SELECTED PAPERS will be published in a book edited by Prof. Pierpaolo Marano, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy and Dr. Kyriaki Noussia, University of Exeter, UK. The book will be included in the AIDA Europe Research Series on Insurance Law and Regulation and will be published from Springer. The AIDA Europe Scientific Committee invites all academics and practitioners to submit their abstracts or prospective papers for potential selection for the book.
AIDA SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE AWARD FOR YOUNG AUTHORS: The AIDA Europe Scientific Committee
invites students and young academics/practitioners who are no more than 35 years old, to submit their
abstracts of prospective papers for potential selection for the book and the award. Up to three papers
from any area of the thematic of the call will be selected for award and presentation and their authors
will be waived the costs of conference fees and will be awarded the costs of economy class flights plus
those of 2 nights of accommodation.
Read the full call including submission procedures and potential topic areas, here. Abstracts are due March 31, 2020.