Agnieszka Jabłonowska is a legal researcher exploring the intersection of law and technology. Prior to the Max Weber Fellowship, Agnieszka carried out doctoral research on consumer protection in the platform economy at the University of Lodz, funded by the National Science Centre in Poland. She holds a master’s degree from the same university (with a year at Humboldt University of Berlin) and an LL.M. degree from the EUI.

Agnieszka has gained considerable experience as an investigator in international research projects: ‘Artificial intelligence systems and consumer law & policy’ (EUI) and ‘Model rules on online platforms’ (European Law Institute). She has also broadened her knowledge and competences as a trainee and visiting researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, the European Commission, the Tilburg Institute for Private Law, the European Legal Studies Institute at Osnabrück University and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law. She completed specialised programmes on German law and on communications and media law, organized by the University of Münster and the Florence School of Regulation. For her achievements Agnieszka was awarded scholarships from the Foundation for Polish Science and Kosciuszko Foundation. She is an author of academic publications in recognized journals and edited volumes.

During her fellowship Agnieszka plans to explore legal pathways for the governance of hybrid infosphere in collaboration with Professor Giovanni Sartor, focusing on the use of artificial intelligence in online commerce.

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