Stefano Moroni is Professor in Planning at Milan Polytechnic (Department of Architecture and Urban Studies). He teaches "Land use ethics and the law" and "Planning Theories". He is a member of the editorial board of "Planning Theory". He works on planning theory and on ethical and legal issues. Recent publications: (with G. Brunetta), Contractual Communities in the Self-Organizing City: Freedom, Cooperation, Subsidiarity, Springer, 2013; (with C. Basta), Ethics, Design and Planning of the Built Environment, Springer, 2014; (with D. Andersson), Cities and Private Planning: Property Rights, Entrepreneurship and Transaction Costs, Edward Elgar, 2014; (with D. Weberman), Space and Pluralism. Can Contemporary Cities Be Places of Tolerance? CEU, 2016.