Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci is professor of Law and professor of Economics (by courtesy) at the University of Amsterdam. He is the director of the Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics, a fellow of the Tinbergen Institute, a co-editor of the International Review of Law & Economics, and a board member of the American Law & Economics Association and of the Italian Society of Law & Economics.
He has received several prizes and grants, including the VIDI grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (2007-2012) and the ALEA prize for the most outstanding paper published in the American Law & Economics Review in 2014.
Professor Dari-Mattiacci has published numerous articles on the law and economics of torts, property, litigation and lawmaking in various journals including the University of Chicago Law Review, the Journal of Legal Studies, the Journal of Law, Economics & Organization, the Journal of Law & Economics, and the Journal of Economic History. His recent scholarship focuses on law, economics and history and examines the evolution of legal institutions from ancient Rome to modern times.
His current research projects include the theory and historical emergence of business organisations, the network structure of codes and constitutions, the economics of shareholder lawsuits, standard form and relational contracts and carrots versus sticks.