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The research aims to identify appropriate techniques to rationalize and apply the law with a view towards managing the process of liberalization and modernization of the country, also through the regulatory impact analysis (RIA) and, in particular, the cost-benefit analysis (CBA) to consider the existing rules (with a particular focus on the most recent reforms in corporate and financial law) and eliminate those wholly or partially ineffective.
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The Committee will make its comparative evaluation of the candidates based on qualifications, publications and interview.
For the purposes of that procedure the following amongst others will be considered as qualifications:
research doctorate degree;
the research project submitted;
the carrying out of documented research activity with public and private parties through contracts, scholarships or assignments in Italy or abroad;
any other documentation and/or certification deemed useful for ascertaining that the candidate's scientific and professional curriculum is suitable for conducting research activity.
The Judging Committee will award up to 60 points for the qualifications, publications and documented research activities and up to 40 points for the interview, which includes not just a presentation of the research project but also a discussion of the scientific works submitted, for a final score of up to 100 points.
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