The IT Revolution and its Impact on State, Constitutionalism and Public Law (Hardcover)
What is the future of constitutionalism, state and law in the new technological age?
This edited collection explores the different aspects of the impact of information and technology revolution on state, constitutionalism and public law. Leading European scholars in the fields of constitutional, administrative, financial and EU law provide answers to fascinating conceptual questions including:
- What are the challenges of information and technological revolution to sovereignty?
- How will information and technology revolution impact democracy and the public sphere?
- What are the disruptive effects of social media platforms on democratic will-formation processes and how can we regulate the democratic process in the digital age?
- What are the main challenges to courts and administrations in the algorithmic society?
- What is the impact of artificial intelligence on administrative law and social and health services?
- What is the impact of information and technology revolution on data protection, privacy and human rights.
About the Author
Martin Belov is Professor in Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Sofia 'St. Kliment Ohridski', Bulgaria and Adjunct Professor at University Roma Tre, Italy.