Expert on business law relating to digital technologies.
Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2022.
Worked for the Office of the Italian Ministry of Education, where he worked on a long-term policy framework for school reform in Italy.
His paper ‘Hierarchies without firms’ was awarded the Giorgio Rota Best Paper Award in 2020.
Antonio’s research focuses on the impact of digital innovation on labour regulation and social institutions. His Boss Ex Machina project aims to map new practices of algorithmic decision-making and assess the adequacy of existing legal frameworks for enabling sustainable data-driven workplaces. It is funded by the EU Horizon2020 programme.
Marie Curie fellow and assistant professor of Labour Law at IE Law School, Madrid. Previously, postdoctoral fellow at the European University Institute, Florence. PhD in Business and Social Law from Bocconi University, Milan.
Your Boss Is an Algorithm. Artificial Intelligence, Platform Work and Labour (with Valerio De Stefano, 2022). Using examples from across the EU, the UK and the US, the book provides a compass to navigate the era of radical advancements such as the gig-economy, algorithmic management and digital surveillance.
“Aloisi is making sense of algorithmic decision-making, and its impact on workplaces, for all of us.”
Stuart Crainer & Des Dearlove, Thinkers50