New paradigms for State liability: how global crisis have changed the traditional approaches to State liability

The evolution of State liability has shown a trend towards the recognition of advanced forms of public actors’ liability vis-à-vis citizens. Global crises as well as the disruptive use of technologies in public decision making have, however, impacted liability regimes of public authorities in various ways, often by restricting the scope and extent of liability. The paper aims to offer a comparative overview of the changes that liability regimes have underwent as a consequence of the climate crisis, the global health crisis and use of AI in public decision making.