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  • Maria Cristina Antonucci (CNR of Rome)
  • Fabio Bistoncini (University of Milan)
  • Alberto Bitonti (University of Lugano)
  • Antonio Campati (University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
  • Mattia Casula (University of Bologna)
  • Marina Cino Pagliarello (University College London)
  • Michele Crepaz (Queen’s University Belfast)
  • Marco Di Giulio (University of Genoa)
  • Chiara Fiorelli (University of Bologna)
  • Vincenzo Gaglianese (University of Calabria)
  • Luca Germano (Roma Tre University)
  • Stefano Intropido (University of Glasgow)
  • Andrea Lippi (University of Florence)
  • Renata Lizzi (University of Bologna)
  • Claudia Mariotti (Roma Tre University)
  • Marco Mazzoni (Perugia University)
  • Andrea Mignone (University of Genova)
  • Giuseppe Montalbano (Superior School Normale)
  • Stefania Panebianco (University of Catania)
  • Fiorenzo Polito (Scuola Normale Superiore)
  • Laura Polverari (University of Padua)
  • Daniel Pommier (University of Rome Sapienza)
  • Andrea Pritoni (University of Turin)
  • Federico Toth (University of Bologna)
  • Alessia Vatta (University of Trieste)


Alberto Bitonti
Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano

Alberto Bitonti is Lecturer of Political and Public Communication and Post-doc Research Fellow at Università della Svizzera Italiana (Switzerland), Professor of Politics at IES Abroad Rome, Lecturer of Lobbying & Advocacy at Università di Urbino and Adjunct Professor of Methodology of Social Sciences at LUISS Guido Carli University (Italy).
He has been a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Political Science at Yale University (New Haven, CT), at the Governance Lab (New York University – Northeastern University, USA), at the School of Public Affairs at the American University (Washington DC), at the Newberry Library of Chicago (IL), and made research and taught in various universities and research institutes in Europe, earning his Ph.D. (Università di Roma Tre, 2011) by developing research on the philosophy of lobbying and the concept of Public Interest.
His research is grounded in political philosophy, political science, and communication studies, with a specific research interest in lobbying, public affairs, and political innovation.

Renata Lizzi
Università di Bologna

Renata Lizzi is Associate Professor at Department of Political and Social Sciences – University of Bologna. Main fields of research are: public policies, policy making, interests groups with reference to agri-food, food and waste, renewable energy and environment policy sectors. Teaching activities concern: EU institutions and policies, European governance and policy making, and the governance of global climate change.