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Per l'assegnazione di tesi di Laurea si vedano le "Note"
For Master's Degree thesis see section "Note"
Nato a Firenze il 12 febbraio 1968. Dopo gli studi elementari e medi inferiori frequenta il Liceo Scientifico "L. Da Vinci" di Firenze conseguendo la maturità con il massimo dei voti. Si laurea in Economia presso l'Università degli Studi di Firenze con il massimo dei voti e l'auspicio di pubblicazione e lavora nella direzione finanziaria di una "banca locale". Vince una borsa di studio per la frequenza del Seminario di Studi e ricerche parlamentari S. Tosi decidendo di interrompere l'esperienza di lavoro in banca. Risulta vincitore di due borse di studio per la frequenza dell'VIII edizione del Corso AIFI per investitori istituzionali nel capitale di rischio e per la partecipazione ad un Corso di preparazione all'esame di CFA presso l'Università Cattolica di Milano organizzato in collaborazione con Indiana University. Nel 1999 risulta vincitore di una Borsa di studio per l'ammissione al Dottorato di ricerca di Diritto pubblico dell'economia presso l'Università di Roma "La Sapienza". Nel 2000 è visiting scholar presso l'Institute of Advanced Legal Studies di Londra. Nel 2002 consegue il Dottorato di ricerca di Diritto pubblico dell'economia con una tesi di dottorato su "Il controllo del mercato mobiliare". Ottiene successivamente due assegni di ricerca post-dottorato, l'uno presso la Seconda Università di Napoli e l'altro presso l'Università degli Studi di Firenze per poi risultare vincitore, nel gennaio 2005, di una valutazione comparativa per l'entrata in ruolo dal 1° marzo 2005 come Ricercatore di Istituzioni di diritto pubblico presso l'Università degli Studi di Firenze. Dal 1° marzo 2008 al 31 ottobre 2012 è Ricercatore confermato di Istituzioni di diritto pubblico presso la stessa Università. Dal 1° novembre 2012 al 31 ottobre 2015 è Ricercatore confermato di Diritto dell'economia. Il 18 dicembre 2013 gli viene conferita l'abilitazione scientifica nazionale alle funzioni di professore universitario di seconda fascia per il settore concorsuale 12/E3 - Diritto dell'economia e dei mercati finanziari e agroalimentari. Il 1° novembre 2015, a seguito di procedura valutativa, prende servizio come professore associato di Diritto dell'economia presso il Dipartimento di Scienze per l'Economia e l'Impresa dell'Università degli Studi di Firenze. Per gli incarichi didattici ricoperti sinora è stato Professore aggregato di Diritto pubblico e Professore aggregato di Diritto dei mercati finanziari (Financial Services and Markets Law). Attualmente è Professore di Financial Service and Markets Law (6 cfu) per il Corso di Laurea magistrale in Finance and Risk Management e Professore di Law and Economics (6 cfu) per il Corso di Laurea magistrale in Economics and Development. Dopo aver fatto parte (sino all'a.a. 2011/2012) del Collegio dei Docenti del Dottorato di ricerca di Diritto pubblico dell'economia presso l'Università di Roma "La Sapienza", dall'a.a. 2012/2013 fino all'a.a. 2017/2018 è stato membro del Collegio dei docenti del Dottorato di ricerca di Diritto pubblico, comparato e internazionale presso la stessa Università. Inoltre, è membro del Comitato di redazione della rivista "Rassegna di diritto pubblico europeo" e del Comitato scientifico della "Scuola di Scienze aziendali" di Firenze. Ha ricoperto vari incarichi istituzionali all'interno sia della Facoltà di Economia sia del Dipartimento di Diritto dell'economia dell'Università degli Studi di Firenze. È stato membro del Consiglio della Scuola di Economia e Management (gennaio 2013-febbraio 2016); della Giunta del Dipartimento di Scienze per l'economia e l'impresa (gennaio 2013-novembre 2016), e del Comitato tecnico amministrativo dell'Università di Firenze (marzo 2013 - febbraio 2017). Attualmente è membro della Commissione di indirizzo e autovalutazione del Dipartimento di Scienze per l'economia e per l'impresa dell'Università di Firenze. È Autore di numerosi saggi su vari temi del diritto dell'economia e del diritto pubblico e di una monografia edita nel 2012 per i tipi della Cedam (nella Collana del già Dipartimento di Diritto dell'economia dell'Università degli Studi di Firenze) su "La vigilanza tra regolamentazione e controllo. Contributo allo studio della regolazione del mercato mobiliare". Nel 2017 diviene co-direttore della Collana di Studi di diritto e regolazione dell'economia per l'Editore Giappichelli. È co-curatore del primo volume della Collana dedicato a "La dualità istituzionale del risparmio popolare". Nel periodo settembre-dicembre 2018 è stato visiting scholar presso la School of Law della University of Edinburgh e il Blockchain Technology Laboratory della School of Informatics presso la medesima Università. Da novembre 2016 è membro dell'Associazione dei docenti di diritto dell'economia (ADDE).
Lo studio degli istituti giuridici che connotano il rapporto tra diritto e mercato e che denotano le trasformazioni in fieri del fenomeno giuridico anche per effetto della tecnologia DLT e blockchain. In particolare, gli interessi scientifici vertono sulla regolazione indipendente, con riguardo, nello specifico, al ruolo delle autorità di controllo del mercato finanziario, e, in generale, a tutti quegli aspetti che sono attinenti la 'costituzione economica' ed il rapporto tra pubblico e privato.
Temi per la tesi di Laurea
To be updated
(updated October 2019)
Associate ProfessorofEconomicLaw,Department of Economics and Management, University of Florence,since 2015November 1st;
Office: building D6 room 3.53a – Via delle Pandette, 9 - 50127 FIRENZE, ITALY
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BABEL (Blockchains and Artificial intelligence for Business, Economics and Law) Scientific Coordinator;
Scientific Coordinator for the Framework Convention between CONSOB (Italian Regulatory Capital Market Authority) and University of Florence;
ELI (European Law Institute) Individual Member;
ADDE (Association between Economic Law Professors) Member;
ISLE (Italian Society for Law and Economics) Member;
AISES (International Academy for Social and Economic Development) Member;
National Council Member Italia4Blockchain;
Education and Qualifications
PhD in Public Economic Law, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, in 2002 for “The Public Control of The Italian Capital Market.Institutional Profiles”. PhD thesis supervisors' Professor P. F. Lotito (University of Florence). The other members of the thesis jury were Professor R. Pini (University of Bologna) and Professor R. Miccù (University of Rome “La Sapienza”).
MSc in Economics with honours at the University of Florence, Italy, in 1996 defending a thesis on 'Bank Bonds as a “Medium of Funding” ' under the supervision of Professor Aldo Bompani and Professor Sergio Ortino.
Research Fellow at the Department of Economic Law at the University of Florence (2003-04);
Research Fellow at the Department of Economic Law of the Second University of Naples (now University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”) (2002-03);
CFA exam training course attendance at the Milan Cattolica University in cooperation with Indiana University, Spring 1999;
AIFI Course (VIII edition) for venture capital and private equity training, Fall 1998;
Parliamentary Research and Studies Seminar “Silvano Tosi” attendance from January to June 1998. The Seminar is annually organized by the Italian Parliament in cooperation with the University of Florence.
University of Florence
Department of Economics and Management, Associate Professor of Economic Law (from 2015);
Department of Economics and Management, Senior Lecturer of Economic Law (2011-15);
Department of Economic Law, Senior Lecturer of Public Law (2008-11);
Department of Economic Law, Lecturer of Public Law (2005-08).
Teaching (in English)
Professor in Economic Law for MSc in Economics and Development at the School of Economics and Management of the University of Florence (2019-20; 2018-19; 2017-18);
Professor in Financial Services and Markets Law for the MSc in Finance and Risk Management at the School of Economics and Management, University of Florence (2016-17; 2015-16; 2014-15; 2013-14; 2012-13);
Professor in European Banking and Capital Market Lab at the School of Economics and Management, University of Florence (2017-18);
Professor in Law and Economics for MSc in Economics and Development at the School of Economics and Management of the University of Florence (2016-17; 2015-16).
Teaching (in Italian)¾ Professor in Banking and Capital Market Law for the MSc in Accounting and Chartered Service at the School of Economics and Management (2019-20; 2018-19; 2017-18);¾ Professor forthe Advance Course in Law and Economics of Sport promoted by the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence (2014-15; 2013-14);¾ Professor for the Advance Course in Law and Economics of Sport promoted by the Department of Economic Law of the University of Florence (2012-13; 2007-8; 2006-7);¾ Professor of Financial Markets Law at the School of Economics of the University of Florence (2011-12; 2010-11; 2009-10; 2008-9; 2007-8);¾ Professor of Public Law for the School of Economics of the University of Florence – Pistoia branch (2011-12; 2010-11; 2009-10; 2008-9; 2007-8; 2006-7; 2005-6; 2004-5);
Professor for the Course on Price-sensitive information, Rome, Luiss University, on 2011, October 27-28 with a lecture on The constitutional principles about savings and investments;
Professor in Banking, Insurance and Financial Law at the School of Economics of the University of Florence (2008-09);¾ Tutor of Public Law for the Bachelor in Economics and Business Management (online learning) promoted by Nettuno Consortium (2007-08; 2006-07; 2005-06);¾ Professor of Public Economic Law (mod. II) at the School of Economics at the University of Florence (1999-2000).PhD Board Membership
Member of the PhD School Board in Comparative International and Public Law at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (2018; 2017; 2016; 2015; 2014; 2013; 2012);
Member of the PhD School Board in Public Economic Law at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (2011; 2010; 2009).
Supervision and Mentoring Research Fellow
Scientific Coordinator for a Research Fellow on “The Exercise of Disciplinary Power in the Sports Field Between Law and Economics" at the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence (2015-17).
Edinburgh Law School (internal sponsor prof. E. Avgouleas) for a research project on crypto assets legal nature and governance for which I joined to the Blockchain Technology Laboratory at the School of Informatics (headed by prof. A. Kiayias) (2018, September, 10 - December, 10);
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (School of Advanced Study, University of London) (2000, July-November).
Workshops and Working Groups
I supervised with Professor A. Bucelli (University of Florence) an interdisciplinary Research Working Group on the “Protection of Retail Investors” (composed by economists and legal and business scholars) and on 2016 October, 27 I organized a day Seminar on “The Institutional Duality of People Savings” under the patronage of the Department of Economics and Management and the School of Economics and Management of the University of Florence (2016).
Member of a Research Working Group on the Intervention of The Public Power on The Economic Sector coordinated by Professor M. Cafagno (University of Insubria) and Professor F. Manganaro (Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria) inside a national project headed by Professor L. Ferrara (University of Florence) with D. Sorace (University of Florence) for the celebration of 150 years since the introduction of the Italian administrative unification (2014-15).
Member of a Research Working Group on Listed Companies and Capital Market in Italy for research on The Regulation of the Capital Market of Brasil and Italy: An International Comparative Analysis headed by Professor Gustavo Visentini, Bruno Visentini Foundation, Luiss Ceradi, 2013, April.
Member of a Research Working Group (coordinated by Professors V. Atripaldi, R. Miccù e P.F. Lotito) at the Department of Economics and Law of the University of Rome “La Sapienza” on Governments and Economy (13th Legislature) for the study and analysis of the public policies of the Italian Governments Prodi I, D’Alema I, D’Alema II e Amato II with the commitment to write a report on the monetary and exchange-rate policy and a Report on the policy for the tourism sector (2009-2010).
Research Project Membership
Member of a Research Project of Relevant National Interest (PRIN) awarded by the Italian Government. The issue of the PRIN under the supervision of the national scientific coordinator Professor C. Rossano (University of Rome “La Sapienza”) was “The public discipline in evolution: public policies and institutional changes between Italian and European legal systems” and, specifically, that of the local Research Group was “Report about Italian monetary policy in the 13th, 14th and 15th Legislature. An institutional analysis of the effects of the monetary power change in Italy between reorganization of political and monetary institutions and “constraints” given by public finance policies” (2007-2010).
Editorships and Board Memberships
Co-editor (with Professor F. M. D’Ettore, University of Florence), Collana di Studi di diritto e regolazione dell' economia (Law and Economic Regulation Studies Series) from 2016, December to today.
Editorial Board Member, Review of European Public Law from 2002 to 2018.
Peer Review Activities
Referee for the following review: Diritto del mercato assicurativo e finanziario (Law of Insurance and Financial Market) (ESI Publisher)
Award of € 10,000 from Ente Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze (with G. Vettori, F.M. D’Ettore, A. Gorgoni) for the period 2017-2018 for the project Relationship between bank and customer after the DLgs n. 72/2016 (implementation of the Dir. 2014/17/EU on credit agreements for consumers relating to residential immovable property).
PublicationsWorking papers (in English)¾ F. Zatti, Entangled in Cryptoassets’ Legal Nature and Governance: Searching for Clear Boundaries or Working for their Removal? In https://ssrn.com/abstract=3335793;
Bucelli-F. Zatti, The Culture of Enterprise in the Market Economy: an Italian Reception of the Encyclical Caritas in Veritate.
Books (in Italian)
F.M. D’Ettore, A. Bucelli, F. Zatti (eds.), The Institutional Duality of People Savings, in Collana di Studi di diritto e regolazione dell 'economia (Law and Economic Regulation Studies Series) headed by F.M. D’Ettore and F. Zatti, G. Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 2017;
F. Zatti, Supervision between Regulation and Control. A Contribution to Capital Market Regulation Studies, Cedam, Padova, 2012, I-XIV, pp. 1-167, ISBN 978-88-13-33231-0.
Journal Special Issues (in Italian)
Specialissueof the Review of European Public LawonEurope and Central Banks (edited by O. Roselli) with an essay on The Role of Bank of Italy between ESCB, ECB and National Political Institutions, ESI, Napoli, 2004, pp. 171-212ISBN:8849507992.
Articles in Refereed Journals (in Italian)
Blockchain and Law: Much Ado About Nothing?, in Professionalità, 6, 2019, pp. 6-8;
Reflections about principles and aims of the Italian Capital Market Regulation, in Ricerche giuridiche (Legal Researches), 3, 2014, pp. 237-260, ISSN: 2281-6100;
Sports Legal System and State Between' Autonomy' and 'Jurisdiction'. From The 'Law of Private' to The 'Sectorized Legal Systems': Towards The 'Lex Sportiva’? In Rassegna di diritto ed economia dello sport (Review of Sports Economics and Law), 2-3. 2007, pp. 316-345, ISSN:1970-5611;
Searching For An Institutional Profile of the Social Business Between 'Social Market Economy' and 'Third Sector', in Non-profit (No Profit), 3, 2006, pp. 543-565, ISSN:1122-9322.
Chapters in books (in Italian)
The Favor to the Equity Investment in the National' Big Productive Complexes' Between Lost Perspective of Economic Democracy and Needs of Italian Financial Market Development, in F.M. D’Ettore, A. Bucelli, F. Zatti (eds.), The Institutional Duality of People Savings, in Collana di Studi di diritto e regolazione dell 'economia (Law and Economic Regulation Studies Series) headed by F.M. D’Ettore and F. Zatti, G. Giappichelli Editore, Torino, forthcoming 2017;
The ECB Control on the National Economies inM. Cafagno and F. Manganaro (eds), Vol. V The Public Intervention in The Economy, FUP, 2016, pp. 487-508, ISBN:978-88-6453-441-1;
Reflections on art. 41 Italian Constitution: the Freedom of Private Economic Enterprise between Constitutional Reform Projects, Social Utiliy, Deregulation and Competition Principle, in Studies in Honor of Claudio Rossano, Jovene, Napoli, 2013, pp. 2235-2251, ISBN: 9788824322201;
The Constitutional Dimension of the Protection of Savings. From the Protection of Savings Back to The Protection of Savers/Investors?, in Studies in Honor of Vincenzo Atripaldi, Jovene, Napoli, 2010, pp. 1469-1491, ISBN:8824319491;
The Role of The Auditing Committee in The Public Controlled Companies Between Civil Law and Public Law, R. Alessi, N. Abriani, U. Morera, The Auditing Committee. New rules, Giuffré, Milano, 2007, pp. 593-628, ISBN:8814134170;
The Monetary and Foreign Exchange Policy: The 'Induced' Acceptance of The Maastricht Treaty Requirements in V. Atripaldi, G. Garofalo, C. Gnesutta, P.F. Lotito, R. Miccù (eds), Governments And Economics. The Discontinous Transition Between Financial Rehabilitation Policies And European Integration in The Italian Parliament Twelfth Legislature, Cedam, Padova, 2006, ISBN:8813261942.
Articles in Journals (in Italian)
Rights and Social Cohesion Between Economic Governance and Financial Sovereignty. From the Italian 1948 Constitution to the 'Fiscal Compact’ Treaty, in Persona e Mercato (Person and Market), 2015, pp. 19-23, ISSN:2239-8570;
With Andrea Bucelli, The Culture of Enterprise in the Market Economy: an Italian Reception of the Encyclical Caritas in Veritate, in Persona e Mercato (Person and Market), 2012, pp. 282-292, ISSN:2239-8570;
The Problem of The Accountability in The Market Independent' Regulators Networks’,in Persona e Mercato (Person and Market), 2012, pp. 275-281, ISSN:2239-8570;
The Problem of The Accountability in The Market Independent' Regulators Networks’,in ApertaContrada, 2012, pp. 1-12, ISSN:2039-8018;
An Opportunity for the Jurists to Think About the Future of Economic Law, Diritto e Cultura (Law and Culture), vol. 1-2, 2005, pp. 305-314, ISSN:1824-4572;
Review of V. Atripaldi, G. Garofalo, C. Gnesutta, P.F. Lotito (Eds), Governments and Economics, Cedam, Padova, 1998, in Diritto e Cultura (Law and Culture), vol. 1-2, 1999, pp. 251-253, ISSN:1824-4572;
Bonds as Medium of Funding for the Banks, in Studi e Note di Economia (Studies and Notes of Economics), vol. 3, 1998, pp. 49-81, ISSN:1590-0401.
Working Papers (in Italian)
The General Principles Regarding the Listed Issuers for a project on a Treatise on the Legal Discipline of the Listed Companies;
The Inside Information and the Communications to the Public and to Consob: the art. 181 of the Consolidated Italian Financial Law for a Commentary Project on the Italian TUIF;
The Monetary and Foreign Exchange Policy at the Passage of Sovereignty Transfer: the Effects on the Political and Financial-Economic Address Deriving from the Unresolved Institutional Transition;
Politics for the Productive Sectors: the Tourism Sector.
Others (in English)
On the Legal Nature of Cryptoassets: Waiting for Godot?, Blog post on Machine Lawyering edited by prof. D. Donald, CUHK and CFRED.
2019, October 12th, Digital Fair Play: The Game of Rules, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa;
2019, October 9th, Paper presentation: 'Entangled in Cryptoassets’ Legal Nature and Governance: Searching for Clear Boundaries or Working for their Removal?', Finance, Innovation & Regul. Working Group, European University Institute, Florence;
2019, October 1st, Blockchains021, Social Sciences Campus, University of Florence;
2019, March 19th, For a new culture of the financial system, Florence;
2017, May: introduction to a lecture of Pietro Faraguna, Post-Doc Luiss University, on The OMT/Gauweiler Saga and the Right to the Last Word. Should Monetary Policy be under Judicial Review?, University of Florence, Florence;
2017, April: a lecture on The Configurations of The Financial Sovereignty in The Management of the Banking Crisis (in Italy) for Searching Europe. After the Banking And Financial Crisis, an international conference organized by CGIL Fisac Toscana and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung;
2016, October: lecture in a day seminar on The institutional Duality of People Savings, Department of Economics and Management, University of Florence, Florence;
2015, June: a lecture on The ECB Control on the National Economic Systems in a day seminar for Researches on 150 Years of the Laws of Administrative Unification in Italy. The Public Intervention in the Economic Sector organized by the Department of Economics, University of Roma Tre, Rome;
2014, April: lecture held in a Seminar on Rights and Social Cohesion. After The 'Fiscal Compact’ and The Reformed art. 81 of the Italian Constitution organized by the Department of Law and the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence with the Scuola Superiore Normale;
2012, May: lecture for The Market Regulation organized by the Course of Business and Contracts Law, School of Political Science, University of Florence, Florence;
2010, April: lecture held for the Seminar on Abusive Clauses in the Consumer Contracts and the Role of Control of the Chambers of Commerce for the reporting of a research organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Florence under the patronage of the School of Economics of the University of Florence;
2007, April: Market Operators and Legal Education for the PRIN (Research Project of National Interest) 2004 Research final Seminar on the Social Dimension of The Legal Phenomenon. History, Work, Economics, Mobility and Education, coordinated by Professor O. Roselli, Public Law Department, University of Florence.
MemberoftheResearch Center for the Real Estate Studies on Rentals and Condominium at the University of Florence from 2010 to 2012.
BA and MSc Thesis Supervision
Law and Economics of Bitcoin, MSc of Finance and Risk Management, School of Economics and Management, University of Florence;
The Role of the ECB after the ECJ judgement on 'Peter Gauweiler and Others v Deutscher Bundestag’ (C-62/14), MSc of Finance and Risk Management, School of Economics and Management, University of Florence;
The Reform of the Insurance Market Supervision in Italy, MSc of Economics Science, School of Economics and Management, University of Florence;
From State to European Regulation of Venture Capital Funds: the 'European Passport EUVECA', MSc of Business Governance and Management, School of Economics and Management, University of Florence;
The Pioneering Regulation of Crowdfunding in Italy Between National Needs of Economic Development and Proposals of European Regulation, MSc of Business Administration and Auditing, School of Economics and Management, University of Florence;
Financial Markets and Rating Agencies. Old and New Profiles of Intervention Between Self-Regulation and Public Law Profiles, MSc of Economics Science, School of Economics and Management, University of Florence;
The European Regulation of OTC credit derivatives, MSc of Business Governance and Management, School of Economics, University of Florence;
Ends of Capital Market Supervision Between Market Efficiency and Investor Protection, MSc of Business Governance and Management, School of Economics, University of Florence;
The Role of Nation States in the Management of Banking Crisis, MSc of Economics and Law for Business, School of Economics, University of Florence;
The UK Experience of the Financial Markets Single Regulator: An Institutional Analysis Aimed to the Study of the Financial Market Supervision Reform, MSc of Economics Science, School of Economics, University of Florence;
European Legal System and Private Equity: to the Pursuit of the European Financial System Stability, MSc of Business Governance and Management, School of Economics, University of Florence;
The Parliamentary Debate on the Law Decree on 'Urgent Provisions to Guarantee the Banking System Stability and the Credit Funding to Business and Consumers After the International Financial Markets Crisis': What is Going On When A Year is Passed From the Issuance, BA in Economics, School of Economics, University of Florence;
Sovereign Funds As Nation State Tool for the Intervention in the Global Economy, BA in Economics, School of Economics, University of Florence;
Independent Authorities and Financial Markets in Italy. Institutional Profiles, BA in Business Administration, School of Economics, University of Florence;
Constitutional Constraints of 'Tax Federalism': Application Problems and Future Prospects, BA in Economics, School of Economics, University of Florence;
The Effect of the British Parliamentarism in the Reform Proposal of the Second Part of the Italian Constitution, BA in Economics, School of Economics, University of Florence;
The Control of the Banking System Between Bank of Italy and ECB, Institutional Profiles, BA in Economics, School of Economics, University of Florence.
Member of the Self-Assessment and Address Commission of the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence from 2016, December on;
Member of the University of Florence Social Sciences Library Committee from 2011 on;
Member of the Administrative Committee of the University of Florence from 2013, March 1st to 2017, February 28th;
Member of the Council of the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence from 2013 to 2016;
Member of the Council of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Florence from 2009 to 2012.
Competent in English, speaking and reading.
The study of legal institutions that connote the relationship between law and the market and denotes the transformations in progress of the legal phenomenon also due to the DLT and blockchain. In particular, the scientific interests relate to regulatory authorities, namely with regard to the role of financial markets, and, in general, to all those aspects relevant for 'economic constitution' and the relationship between public and private sectors.
Issues for Degree Thesis