LUISS Guido Carli

School of Government

Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali (LUISS) is Italy’s primary academic institution in the areas of political science, law, policy studies, economics and finance. LUISS School of Government is a graduate school training high-level public and private officials to handle complex policy and decision-making processes. LUISS brings a unique set of advanced research skills in the area of the evolving nature of EU institutions and the relevant institutional frameworks. 


Sergio Fabbrini

Professor of Political Science and International Relations

Head of WP5 Future of Europe reforms

About

Sergio Fabbrini is Professor, Jean Monnet Chair and Director of the LUISS Political Science Department. He was the founding Director of LUISS School of Government (2010-18). He is a leading scholar in the field of comparative politics, and his analysis of the EU and the US in a comparative framework has had a significant impact, particularly through his model on ‘compound democracies’. His research has also contributed to an unprecedented model for understanding political leadership in contemporary governmental systems. His publications include Europe’s Future: Decoupling and Reforming (Cambridge University Press 2019), Which European Union? Europe After the Euro Crisis (Cambridge University Press 2015) and Compound Democracies: Why the United States and Europe Are Becoming Similar (Oxford University Press, 2010).


Mark Thatcher

Professor of Comparative and International Politics

About

Mark Thatcher is a professor at the LUISS Political Science Department and School of Government. Previously, he was Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Thatcher is a leading scholar in the field of comparative regulation and public policy in Europe. A key element of his research concerns the effects of different forms of internationalisation on national institutions and policy-making. Thatcher’s publications include Beyond Varieties of Capitalism: Conflict, Contradictions and Complementarities in the European Economy (co-ed. With B. Hancké and M. Rhodes) (Oxford University Press, 2007) and ‘Regulation After Delegation: Independent Regulatory Agencies in Europe’ (Journal of European Public Policy, 2011).


Maria Giulia Amadio Viceré

Teaching Professor of Political Science

About

Amadio Viceré is a Teaching Professor of Political Science and a Research Fellow at the LUISS Political Science Department. Her main areas of research are European integration; EU institutions and institutional change; and foreign and security policy, both at the EU and at the national level. She has published the monograph The High Representative and EU Foreign Policy Integration. A Comparative study of Kosovo and Ukraine (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018) and her work has appeared in peer reviewed journals such as Conflict, Security Development Journal, Italian Political Science Review, Journal of European Integration and The International Spectator.

Twitter: @mariagiuliaama


Tiziano Zgaga

PhD Candidate in Political Science

About

Zgaga is a PhD candidate at the LUISS Political Science Department. His research interests include comparative federalism, more specifically comparative fiscal federalism with a focus on the European Union (EU). In his doctoral dissertation he compares fiscal policy of the EU with fiscal policy of two established federations: Germany and the United States. Zgaga’s has authored 'A European Minister of Economy and Finance: Assessing the Commission’s Proposal and Comparing the Positions of Germany and Italy' (in C. Joerges and J. Hien (eds),  Responses of European Economic Cultures to Europe’s Crisis Politics: The Example of German-Italian Discrepancies, European University Institute, 2018).

Twitter: @TizianoZgaga


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