William J. Magnuson is an associate professor at Texas A&M Law School, where he teaches corporate law. Previously, he taught law at Harvard University. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Bloomberg. He lives in Austin, Texas. Prof. Magnuson discussed his recent two books with Prof. Zatti, Department of Economics and Management, and Prof. Longo, Department of Law. In “Blockchain Democracy”, Prof. Magnuson provides a breathtaking tour of the world of blockchain and bitcoin, aiming to comprehend how technology is changing our democracy and how democracy is changing our technology. In “For Profit”, Prof. Magnuson proposes a synthesis of how corporate innovation has shaped society, from ancient Rome to Silicon Valley. Recent events in the crypto space show us how it became part of our lives. FTX, recently, and now Genesis are steps of a transformation of the industry or are they the emergence of what it is? Join us and follow BABEL if you wish to keep posted on other events!
On October 14th, the PhD School of Department of Law is organizing a seminar in cooperation with BABEL. Dr La Fata is a speaker. Topic: 'Digital Assets and the Transfer of Wealth'.
On June 10th at 11:30 am CEST at the Aula Camino of Villa Ruspoli in Florence, and online, to discuss the recent provisions adopted by the Spanish and Italian authorities while MiCAR is awaited for 2023. Meanwhile, Member States must find solutions to fulfil the aims of capital, banking, and money market regulation. The approach is not uniform: the strategy differs. BABEL, a research unit of the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence, organized a seminar to compare the regulations that Spain and Italy have recently adopted.