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Faculty

Faculty

Carlo Bastasin
Carlo Bastasin LUISS University

Carlo Bastasin

LUISS University

Carlo Bastasin
Carlo Bastasin is a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC, and is currently associated with Brookings’ departments of Foreign Policy and of Global Economy. He is also a Senior Fellow at the School of European Political Economy (SEP) at LUISS University in Rome, where he is a Professor for European Economic Governance. Bastasin is an editorialist for the Italian daily “Il Sole-24 Ore”. He is the author of “Saving Europe”, a book on the European crisis published in 2012 by Brookings Institution Press. Before joining Brookings, he was an economist at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington. He has published extensively on European issues with a special focus on Germany and on Italy.
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Carlo Bastasin is a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC,...
Christian Blasberg
Christian Blasberg LUISS University

Christian Blasberg

LUISS University

Christian Blasberg
Christian Blasberg holds a PhD in Modern and Contemporary History and Political Sciences at Heidelberg University. He is lecturer for European Contemporary History, European Political Systems and German-European Relations at LUISS Guido Carli University Rome. Furthermore he has been visiting professor at Université de Montréal and teaching at Heidelberg University. His research interests focus on the History of Political Movements in Europe, in particular in Italy and France, as well as German Political History in the 20th Century. Since 2008 he is the academic coordinator of the Master in European Studies at LUISS School of Government, later on also of the Master in International Public Affairs and, in cooperation with Sheffield University, the Master in European and Global Affairs. Dr. Blasberg participated in international conferences, i.a. in England, Germany and Italy, and has published articles in various languages. He participated as an expert in an Italian TV documentation on German reunification.
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Christian Blasberg holds a PhD in Modern and Contemporary History and Political Sciences ...
Daniele Gallo
Daniele Gallo LUISS University

Daniele Gallo

LUISS University

Daniele Gallo
Daniele Gallo, qualified as Associate Professor of International Law and EU Law, is a Senior Lecturer at Luiss University – Law Department. He holds a degree in Law and a Ph.D. from Sapienza University. He has been Professor invitado at Universidad de La Habana, Professeur invité at Université Capitole I de Toulouse, Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Global Governance Studies (Leuven), European Union Fulbright Schuman Scholar at Fordham Law School (New York), DAAD Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Public International Law and Comparative Law (Heidelberg), and Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute (Florence). Prof. Gallo is member of several journals’ editorial boards, co-editor of a book, author of a monograph as well as of more than 50 contributions on International and EU Law published in various edited books and journals. Attorney-at-Law, he has pleaded before the European Court of Human Rights, the UNIDROIT Administrative Tribunal and the ILO Administrative Tribunal.
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Daniele Gallo, qualified as Associate Professor of International Law and EU Law, ...
Marcello Messori
Marcello Messori LUISS University

Marcello Messori

LUISS University

Marcello Messori
Marcello Messori (Biella 1950) is professor of Economics at the Department of Political Science, LUISS University (Rome) and Director of the Luiss School of European Political Economy. In the current a.y. he teaches European Economics (second degree). He taught Macroeconomics and International Economics. He also taught at the Department of Economics, University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’ from mid Nineties to the a.y. 2011-‘12. He is the President of the Italian Railways company. He published more than one hundred and fifty works in Italian, English, French, and German. In the past, his main fields of research were: the monetary and banking theory, the macroeconomic theory, the history of economic analysis and the empirical study of the Italian economic system. In the last fifteen years, his scientific activity has focused on four main areas: the evolution of the Italian banking system with specific reference to its allocation of the property rights, the new Keynesian models based on asymmetric information and on financial constraints, the Italian sector of institutional investors, and the economic governance of the European Union. During the same period, Marcello Messori has been the coordinator of national and international research groups and has been involved in various institutional activities. In particular, he has been the chairman of an institution for the development of the Italian market of pension funds (MeFoP, and president of the Italian association of asset management (Assogestioni).
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Marcello Messori (Biella 1950) is professor of Economics at the Department of Political Science,...
Enzo Moavero Milanesi
Enzo Moavero Milanesi LUISS University

Enzo Moavero Milanesi

LUISS University

Enzo Moavero Milanesi
Enzo Moavero Milanesi holds a Degree in Law at the University La Sapienza, Rome (Italy), Master in EU Law at the College of Europe Bruges (Belgium). Lawyer, specialized in EU Law, Antitrust Law, Commercial and Industrial Law. He is currently Director of the School of Law of the LUISS University in Rome, and professor of EU Law at the same university. Between 2011 and 2014, he was member of two Italian Governments as Minister for European Affairs. From 2006 until 2011, he was President of Chamber and Judge at the General Court of the European Union (EU Court of Justice). He worked in the European Commission in Brussels (Belgium), where he was, inter alia: 2006, Director General of the Bureau of the European Policy Advisors (BEPA); 2002/2005, Deputy Secretary General of the European Commission; 2000/2002, Director of ‘Antitrust Services’; 1995/2000, Head of the staff (‘cabinet’) of the Commissioner in charge of ‘Single Market’, Financial Services, Taxation and of Competition Policy; 1990/1992 Head of the staff of the Vice President responsible for Telecommunication, Information Technologies and Research Policy. In 2014, he was Special Advisor to the Commissioner in charge of EU Internal Market and Financial services. Since 2015, he is Special Advisor to the First Vice President on the Rule of Law and ‘Better Regulation’. Between 1993 and 1995, he served in Rome, as adviser to the Italian Prime Minister, for Community/EU matters and for the privatization of State-owned companies. He practiced law in an international law firm in Rome, from 1979 to 1983; becoming Attorney, after the Italian State exam. He is the author of several scientific publications; notably of three books (on: EU Merger Control rules; EU Competition Law; EU Law and Policies). He is also member of the editorial board of several Law Reviews.
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Enzo Moavero Milanesi holds a Degree in Law at the University La Sapienza, Rome (Italy),...
Joël Monéger
Joël Monéger Paris-Dauphine University

Joël Monéger

Paris-Dauphine University

Joel Monéger
Joël Monéger is Dean and Professor emeritus at the Law School of Paris-Dauphine. He holds a Jean Monnet chair ad personam. He created a bilingual Master of EU and International Business in Paris-Dauphine which is today one of the leading Master focused on such a subject in Paris. Since 1993, he is visiting professor in American Universities (Virginia Law School, St Louis University, LSU, Tulane, Loyola in NO), in Poland (Wroclaw), Romania …. He is the author of the chapters on EU Competition law in "The Law of the EU", published under the direction of Pr. Alain A. Levasseur and co-director of the "Jurisclasseur Droit comparé", published by LexisNexis. Former Vice-President of the Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA) and of the "Société de législation comparée" in Paris, he is an active member of the International Comparative Law Association.
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Joël Monéger is Dean and Professor emeritus at the Law School of Paris-Dauphine...
Stéphanie Monjon
Stéphanie Monjon Paris-Dauphine University

Stéphanie Monjon

Paris-Dauphine University

Stéphanie Monjon
Stéphanie Monjon is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University Paris Dauphine and research fellow at CEPII (Centre d’Etudes Prospectives et d’Informations Internationales), a public research centre specialised in international economics. She was previously senior economist at the French Environmental Agency (ADEME), in charge of the economic issues related to climate change. She holds a PhD from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her primary areas of interest are industrial competitiveness and climate policy, carbon markets and socially responsible investment.
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Stéphanie Monjon is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University Paris Dauphine...
Marta Moretti
Marta Moretti LUISS University

Marta Moretti

LUISS University

Marta Moretti
Marta Moretti is a Teaching and Research Fellow at the Law Department of Luiss University, where she also teaches, as Adjunct Professor, the course on The EU Legal Order, in the frame of the LLM on Law and Government of the EU. She holds a law degree (cum laude) and a PHD from Sapienza University. She taught in a number of Master’s program on several areas of EU law. She wrote extensively in the field of EU institutional and substantive law. She is an attorney specialized in international trade, international private law, antitrust, State aid and energy law, and, in this capacity, has provided assistance to numerous companies over the years.
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Marta Moretti is a Teaching and Research Fellow at the Law Department of Luiss University,...
Giovanni Orsina
Giovanni Orsina LUISS University

Giovanni Orsina

LUISS University

Giovanni Orsina
Giovanni Orsina is professor for Contemporary History at LUISS Guido Carli University Rome and Deputy Director of the LUISS School of Government. There he also directs the Master in European Studies, the first and most successful international Master program of that kind in Italy His main areas of interest are the Comparative History of European Political Systems, the History of Political Parties in Europe and History of Journalism. He has been researcher at St.Anthony's College in Oxford, visiting professor at the Institut d'Études Politiques in Paris and the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, as well as professor at Bologna University and University Roma Tre, and not least Scientific Director of Luigi Einaudi Foundation. Prof. Orsina frequently intervenes in TV and the international press as an expert on questions concerning Italian and European political affairs. Many of his publications are translated into English, French, German and other languages
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Giovanni Orsina is professor for Contemporary History at LUISS Guido Carli University Rome ...
Coralie Raffenne
Coralie Raffenne Paris-Dauphine University

Coralie Raffenne

Paris-Dauphine University

Carlo Bastasin
Coralie Raffenne is a lecturer at the Law Institute of Paris Dauphine. She holds a Ph.D in law from the University of Warwick (UK) and a LLM in European law from the University of Kent (UK) as well as a French law degree. She has taught at Trinity College Dublin, the University Panthéon-Assas and the University of Orléans where she directed several courses on European Law and culture. She has recently published on the topics of the European Citizens’ Initiative and on tax heavens.
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Coralie Raffenne is a lecturer at the Law Institute of Paris Dauphine. ...

Gianni Toniolo

LUISS University

Gianni Toniolo
Gianni Toniolo is a Senior Fellow at the LUISS School of European Political Economy, Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (London), Research Professor Emeritus of economics and History, Duke University. He has was Professor of Economics at the Universities of Roma Tor Vergata and Ca’Foscari (Venice). He taught at the universities of Connecticut, California at Berkeley, and Hitotsubashi (Tokyo), and was a visiting fellow at St. Antony’s College and All Souls College, Oxford. His research interests focus on European economic growth since 1800, and on the history of money, finance and central banking. His books in English include: The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy sine Unification, Oxford UP 2013, The World Economy Between the Wars, Oxford University Press 2008 (with C. H. Feinstein e P. Temin), The Global Economy in the 1990s. A long-run perspective, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2006 (with Paul Rhode), Central bank cooperation at the Bank for International Settlements, Cambridge University Press 2005, Economic Growth in Europe Since 1945, Cambridge University Press, 1996 (with N. Crafts).
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Gianni Toniolo
Gianni Toniolo LUISS University

Gianni Toniolo

LUISS University

Gianni Toniolo
Gianni Toniolo is a Senior Fellow at the LUISS School of European Political Economy, Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (London), Research Professor Emeritus of economics and History, Duke University. He has was Professor of Economics at the Universities of Roma Tor Vergata and Ca’Foscari (Venice). He taught at the universities of Connecticut, California at Berkeley, and Hitotsubashi (Tokyo), and was a visiting fellow at St. Antony’s College and All Souls College, Oxford. His research interests focus on European economic growth since 1800, and on the history of money, finance and central banking. His books in English include: The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy sine Unification, Oxford UP 2013, The World Economy Between the Wars, Oxford University Press 2008 (with C. H. Feinstein e P. Temin), The Global Economy in the 1990s. A long-run perspective, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2006 (with Paul Rhode), Central bank cooperation at the Bank for International Settlements, Cambridge University Press 2005, Economic Growth in Europe Since 1945, Cambridge University Press, 1996 (with N. Crafts).
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Gianni Toniolo is a Senior Fellow at the LUISS School of European Political Economy,...
Gian Luigi Tosato
Gian Luigi Tosato LUISS University

Gian Luigi Tosato

LUISS University

Gian Luigi Tosato
Lecturer since 1968, full professor of international law since 1976, he is currently Professor of European law at the “Luiss” University in Rome. In 2011, he has been awarded the title of Professor Emeritus of the “Sapienza” University. Professor Tosato is a member of the Steering Comittee of the Italian Institute of International Affairs (IAI), the Scientific Comittee of the Italian Arbitration Association (AIA), the Executive Committee of the journals “Rivista italiana delle Scienze Giuridiche” and “Studi dell’integrazione europea”. He is amongst the founders of “Europeos”, an association of scholars aiming to contribute to the progress of the European integration. Prof. Tosato is author and editor of numerous publications of public and private international law and European law. His more recent publications include books on International Economic Law (1992), International Trade Law (1996), Economic and Monetary Union (1999, 2007), European Competition Law (2004, 2006, 2014). He is co-editor, with Stefano Micossi, of the volume “The European Union in the 21st century. Perspectives from the Lisbon Treaty” (CEPS, 2009).
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Lecturer since 1968, full professor of international law since 1976, he is currently Professor of European law ...
Sergio Fabbrini
Sergio Fabbrini LUISS University

Sergio Fabbrini

LUISS University

Sergio Fabbrini
Sergio Fabbrini is Director of the Luiss School of Government and Professor of Political Science and International Relations at LUISS Guido Carli, where he holds a Jean Monnet Chair in European Institutions and Politics. He co-founded and then directed the School of International Studies at the University of Trento from 2006 to 2009.Since 1996, he is Recurrent Professor of Comparative Politics at the Department of Political Science and Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California at Berkeley. In 2004 he succeeded Giovanni Sartori as Editor of “Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica” that he directed until 2009. In 2006 he was the first Italian scholar awarded the Amalfi European Prize for the Social Sciences, and in 2009 he won the Filippo Burzio Prize for the Political Sciences. In 2011, he was the winner of the Capalbio Prize for Europe. He was Jemolo Fellow at the Nuffield College, Oxford University and Jean Monnet Chair Professor at the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence. He was Fulbright Professor at Department of Government and Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He lectured and taught in many countries of Europe, North and South America and Asia and he is a referee for several international academic journals. He directed several international and Italian research groups.
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Sergio Fabbrini is Director of the Luiss School of Government and Professor of Political Science and International Relations at LUISS Guido Carli, ...