Yesterday, in the heart of the Luiss Campus on Viale Romania, I had the honor of participating in the presentation of Francesco Maria Spanò’s latest work, “Smart Working Between the Freedom of the Ancients and that of the Moderns”. This event offered an extraordinary platform to discuss the facets and implications of smart working in our time.

Spanò’s book delves deeply into the dynamics of smart working, exploring how this work mode has evolved and how it influences our concept of work freedom. Through incisive analysis, Spanò draws a parallel between ideas of freedom in the ancient world and modern interpretations, especially in light of the recent challenges posed by the pandemic.

Discussing this with the curator:

Paola Severino, President of the Luiss School of Law
Raffaele Fabozzi, Professor of Labor Law, Luiss Guido Carli University
Stefano Feltri, Journalist and Editor of Appunti
Luca Giustiniano, Deputy Rector for Organization and Faculty, Luiss Guido Carli University
Roberto Pessi, Professor Emeritus of Labor Law, Luiss Guido Carli University
Alessandra Ricci, CEO, Sace S.p.A.