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MATHILDE ANQUETIL

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ROBERTO BARATTA

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BENEDETTA BARBISAN

Benedetta Barbisan has been an Assistant Professor at the University of Macerata since 2009. She had many articles and essays published in several languages on various topics, from the forms of government to bioethics, and has also authored a book on the Marbury v. Madison case and the US origins of the judicial review («Birth of a Myth», 2008). In 2001, she was awarded the CNR Scholarhip for Young Researchers.
Her chair sponsors and organizes the «Alberico Gentili Lectures», an annual lectureship in law in the broadest sense, whose keynote speakers are distinguished intellectuals, academics, and judges who deliver customarily three unprecedented lectures. The AGLectures are subsequently published in a dedicated series by il Mulino.
She spent long periods researching and teaching at Boston College Law School (with Charles H. Baron), Harvard Law School (with Laurence H. Tribe), and Yale Law School (with Guido Calabresi and Robert A. Burt). She has taught at the University of Oviedo (Spain), at the Central Michigan University (USA) and at IUC in Turin. She is currently working on a book on the «right to die» entitled «Therpandrus' Obsession. Privacy, Dignity, and the "Right to Die" in the Era of Universal Human Rights» to be published in the United States.

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RONALD CAR

Born in Pula (Croatia), Ronald Car has been an Assistant Professor at the University of Macerata since 2010. During his studies, which dealt mainly with the German constitutional history and focussed, in particular, on the period between the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire and the establishment of the Third Reich, he spent long periods of research at the University of Lüneburg and at the State Archive and Library in Berlin. In this field, he has been working on a project about the theoretical construction of the Nazi state. His current main interest is particularly concentrated on the history of the institutions of Eastern European countries during the transition from the socialist experience to democracy since 1989.

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UOLDELUL CHELATI DIRAR

Uoldelul Chelati Dirar was born in Asmara (Eritrea), but arrived in Italy when he was in secondary school. In 1998, after having earned a PhD in African History at the University of Cagliari, he went back to Eritrea, where he has taught until 2003 in the Department of History of the University of Asmara. He has also been chair of the same Department from 1998 to 2002. In 2003, he went back to Italy and is currently an Associate Professor of African History at the University of Macerata. For the period 2010 - 2013, he has been appointed Director of the Centre for International Relations of the University of Macerata. He has been appointed for the period 2013-2016 as Delegate of the Rector for International Relations, Internationalisation of Teaching Activities and Mobility.
Historian by training, he has dealt mainly with the history of the Horn of Africa, particularly Eritrea, during colonial times. His research interests focus on the processes of elites formation and on the development of nationalisms in the Horn of Africa.

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FABIO CLEMENTI

Fabio Clementi holds a degree in Political Sciences (2002) and a Ph.D. in Economics (2006). He is currently Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Macerata. From 2006 to 2010 he worked as Research Fellow in the Economics Department of the Polytechnic University of Marche (Ancona). He has visited the Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering (Department of Applied Mathematics) of the Australian National University in 2005 and 2006-2007. From 2007 to 2009 he taught at the Faculty of Law of the University of Teramo. His main research interests focus on the size distribution of income, wealth and firms, the business cycle analysis and the empirical validation of agent-based economic models with real-world data. He has published several papers in peer-reviewed international journals and book chapters on topics related to its scientific and research activity, and serves as referee for various international journals. He has also been involved in a number of national and international research projects in the field of agent-based computational economics. He presented communications in many international meetings, also as an invited speaker, and contributed as a member of the scientific and/or organizing committee of some international conferences. Most recently, he has acted as a consultant for the World Bank on matters related to income distribution, poverty and inequality.

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ELISABETTA CROCI ANGELINI

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ALBERTO FEBBRAJO

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VIVIANA GABALLO

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BENEDETTA GIOVANOLA

Benedetta Giovanola (Ph.D) is Associate Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Macerata, where she teaches Globalisation and Theories of Justice; Economic Ethics; Media Ethics.
She is Deputy for international relations of the Department of Political Science, Communication, and International Relations and Coordinator of the Research Unit “Inclusive, innovative, and secure societies” at the University of Macerata.
She is member of the executive board of the SIFM - Italian Association for Moral Philosophy.
Her research interests include: economic ethics, development and globalisation; public ethics and theories of justice (social justice and global justice); media and communication ethics; business ethics and corporate social responsibility.
On the latter topic she also coordinated (as principal investigator) the project DESIGN-MTS – DEfining Social responsibility Interventions for a Grounded Networking in Machine Tools Sector, funded by the European Commission. Currently she is responsible of the ethical issues of the project CHETCH – China and Europe taking care of Healthcare solutions, funded by the European Commission (PEOPLE MARIE CURIE ACTIONS – IRSES).
She has held visiting positions at several institutions especially in the EU and in China, among which: UIBE-University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China; Katholieke University Leuven, Belgium; Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

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ANDREA GRAMILLANO

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FEDERICA MONTI

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MARTA MORONI

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ANTONELLA PASCALI

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EMMANUELE PAVOLINI

Emmanuele Pavolini is Associate Professor in Economic Sociology and Social Policy since 2006 at the University of Macerata (Italy). Between 2000 and 2006 he was Lecturer in Economic Sociology and Social Policy at the Department of Social Studies, Faculty of Economics, Marche Polytechnic University. He received in 1995 his BA. in Economics (Ancona University) with a dissertation on the role of immigrants in the Italian Labour Market and then in 2000 his Ph.D. in Economic Sociology (Brescia University) with a Thesis on the Development of new forms of “Welfare Mix” in the Italian Welfare State. As an economic sociologist he has focused his research interests in two fields. The main one is comparative welfare state studies. He has extensively published in Italian and English on: the Italian welfare state in comparative perspective; Southern European welfare states; specific social policies (family policies, elderly care / LTC, child care, social care and health care and, more recently, education); in inequalities in the access to welfare state provision; occupational welfare; welfare mix and third sector organizations. A second field of research is related to the functioning of the labour market, economic development and enterprises’ behaviours. He has published on: the changing roles of professionals, especially self-employed ones; networks among enterprises and strategies for competitiveness in the Italian case; the role of migrants in the labour market. He is a Member of the board of ESPAnet (European Social Policy Network). He is a National Expert for Italy of the European Commission Expert Network ESPN (European Social Policy Network). He is also member of various Italian Social Sciences Journals: Stato e Mercato, RIPP, Meridiana, Cambio and Politiche Sociali. He speaks fluently English and has an intermediate knowledge of Spanish and a basic one of German.

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ANDREA PRONTERA

Andrea Prontera is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Macerata, where he also teaches International Relations and Politics of Global Economy. He graduated from «L. Bocconi» University in Milan in Economics and Social Sciences, and he discussed his PhD in Political Science at the University of Florence. His research interests are International Relations, EU Studies, Comparative Public Policy, Energy Policy and Global Energy Governace. Among his publications, his articles appeared in «Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica», «Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche», «Stato e Mercato», «Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis», and «World Political Science Review». His last book is «Politiche pubbliche comparate. Metodi, teorie, ricerche», Il Mulino, Bologna, 2012 (co-authored with Luca Lanzalaco).

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LAURA SALVADEGO

Laura Salvadego, Law Graduate (University of Ferrara, 2007), PhD in International Law (University of Padua, 2012), member of the Italian Bar (2010), former intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, is a Researcher of International Law at the Department of Political Science, Communication and International Relations of the University of Macerata. Member of the Italian Society of International Law (SIDI) and of the European Society of International Law (ESIL). Visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg, 2010), at the New York University School of Law - Centre for Research in Crime and Justice (New York, 2013), at the Queen Mary University of London - School of Law (London, 2015) and at the University "Lucian Blaga" of Sibiu - Department of Law (Sibiu, 2017).
Her current research interests focus on International Human Rights Law, European Migration Law and International Criminal Law.


 

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MARGHERITA SCOPPOLA

Margherita Scoppola is an Associate Professor at the University of Macerata. She has an MSc in Agricultural Economics from the University of Reading (UK) and a PhD in Agricultural Economics and Policy from the University of Modena (Italy). Her main fields of research deal with different international agricultural trade and trade policy issues and the relationship between trade, trade policy and foreign direct investment. She is the author of several articles published on peer-reviewed international journals. She has also been a consultant regarding her fields of study of the European Parliament and other institutions and agencies both national and international.

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ELISA SCOTTI

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ERNESTO TAVOLETTI

Ernesto Tavoletti is Associate Professor of Economics and Management of Enterprises, International Marketing and Public Management at the University of Macerata. He received a degree in Economics and Commerce cum laude at the University of Bologna in 1997 and PhD in Economics and Management of Enterprises and Local Systems at the University of Firenze in 2004. He has been a board member of the PhD in Management at the University of Rome Tor Vergata from 2011 to 2013. He is a member of the European Academy of Management and the Academy of International Business. He has served in the Council of Directors of the Master in Relations with Eastern Countries from 2004 to 2011, as Co-director from 2009 and as Director in 2011. From 2011 he has been coordinating the Master’s Degree in International Economic and Trade Relations. From 2014 he serves in the Council of Directors of the Master in Innovation in Public Management. His research interests focus on international business, innovation management and higher education management.

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ANNA ILARIA TRAPÈ

Assistant Professor of Agricultural Law (IUS/03)
Teachings: Agricultural Law International and Local Development Policies and Global Issues
Managing editor of the journal Agriculture, Institutions, Markets, published by Franco Angeli
Member of the Laboratorio "Ghino Valenti" on Agricultural Policies
Member of AIDA (Association of Italian Agricultural Law)
Research interest: Food Safety - Food Security; Food Quality (geographic indications, traditional products, etc…); Rural Development Policies; Territory

Teachings: Agricultural Law International and Local Development Policies and Global IssuesManaging editor of the journal Agriculture, Institutions, Markets, published by Franco AngeliMember of the Laboratorio "Ghino Valenti" on Agricultural PoliciesMember of AIDA (Association of Italian Agricultural Law)

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DANIELA VERZARO

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