Dr Goran Dominioni
Assistant Professor, School of Law and Government
Goran Dominioni is Assistant Professor in Law at the DCU School of Law and Government. Goran holds an LLM from Yale Law School and a PhD from Erasmus University Rotterdam, Bologna University, and Hamburg University (European Doctorate in Law and Economics). His primary research interests are Climate Change Law and Policy, Tort Law, and Behavioral Law & Economics. Goran is currently the PI of the World Bank-funded project on carbon pricing in international maritime transport and border carbon adjustments.
Goran has held visiting research positions at Cornell Law School, Copenhagen University, UC Louvain. Goran has consulted for various units of the World Bank (headquarter, Washington DC). Goran's research has appeared in international peer-reviewed journals, American law reviews, and policy outlets. He is also the author of Biased Trials: Insights from Behavioral Law and Economics (Springer/Gabler, 2020), and was a member of the team that wrote the World Bank flagship report State and Trends of Carbon Pricing 2019. His work on fiscal policy for climate change has been awarded prizes from various institutions, including the MIT Climate CoLab and the World Bank. He often presents his work at policy workshops in Europe and the US. Goran welcomes enquiries of prospective PhD students wishing to research climate change law.