Sergio Fabbrini

He is Director of the LUISS School of Government and Professor of Political Science and International Relations at LUISS Guido Carli. He co-founded the International Studies School at the University of Trento and was its Director from 2006 to 2009. He is Recurrent Professor of Comparative Politics at the Department of Political Science and the Institute of Governmental Studies of the University of California in Berkeley. In 2006 he was the first Italian scholar to be awarded the Amalfi European Prize for the Social Sciences. He has spoken at conferences and lectured in many countries in Europe, North and South America and Asia. He is a columnist for the "Sole 24 Ore" newspaper, and he has published hundreds of articles and essays, together with several books, including Sdoppiamento. Una prospettiva nuova per l’Europa, Laterza (2017); Addomesticare il Principe. Perché i leader contano e come controllarli, Marsilio (2011); Politica comparata. Introduzione alle democrazie contemporanee, Laterza (2008).


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Europe after the french elections: institutions, the ruling class and political movements

introduced by Eric Jozsef Are the European ruling class up to dealing with the political crisis affecting the old...