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  • Paola Arrigoni (University of Turin)
  • Fulvio Attinà  (University of Catania)
  • Salvatore Francesco Pio Barillà  (Edinburgh University)
  • Paolo Bellucci (University of Siena)
  • Ghita Bordieri (University of Genoa)
  • Fabio Bordignon (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)
  • Enrico Borghetto (University of Florence)
  • Marcello Carammia (University of Catania)
  • Pietro Casari (Scuola Normale Superiore)
  • Sabrina Cavatorto (University of Siena)
  • Rossella Ciccia (Queen’s University Belfast)
  • Marina Cino Pagliarello (University College London)
  • Marcello Ciola (Université de Paris Est Créteil Val de Marne)
  • Francesco Colombo (European University Institute)
  • Nicolò Conti (Unitelma Sapienza University of Rome)
  • Tiziana Corda (University of Milan)
  • Stefano Costalli (University of Florence)
  • Fabrizio Coticchia (University of Genoa)
  • Benedetta Cotta (Ca’ Foscari University Venezia)
  • Luigi Curini (University of Milan)
  • Alessia Damonte (University of Milan)
  • Andrea De Angelis (University of Lucerne)
  • Lorenzo De Sio (LUISS Guido Carli – Rome)
  • Laura De Vito (University of the West of England, Bristol)
  • Silvia Decadri (University of Milan)
  • Livio Di Lonardo (Bocconi University)
  • Federico Maria Ferrara (University of Geneva)
  • Fabio Franchino (University of Milan)
  • Robert Franzese (University of Michigan)
  • Federica Genovese (University of Essex)
  • Marco Giuliani (University of Milan)
  • Edoardo Guaschino (University of Lausanne)
  • Mattia Guidi (University of Siena)
  • Pierangelo Isernia (University of Siena)
  • Kevin Koehler (Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies)
  • Irene Lizzola (Other institution)
  • Giorgio Malet (European University Institute)
  • Laura Mastroianni (University of Bologna)
  • Erica Melloni (Politecnico di Milano)
  • Vincenzo Memoli (University of Catania)
  • Manuela Moschella (Scuola Normale Superiore)
  • Rosa Mule (University of Bologna)
  • Tiziana Munzone
  • Fedra Negri (Milano Bicocca University)
  • Andrea Novellis (University of Milan)
  • Francesco Olmastroni (University of Siena)
  • Gulce Ozdemir
  • Giovanni Pagano (University of Milan)
  • Angelo Vito Panaro (University of Milan)
  • Pamela Pansardi (University of Pavia)
  • Andrea Pedrazzani (University of Milan)
  • Alessandro Pellegata (University of Milan)
  • Luca Pinto (University of Bologna)
  • Umberto Platini (Bocconi University)
  • Carolina Plescia (University of Wien)
  • Andrea Pritoni (University of Turin)
  • Dario Quattromani (Roma Tre University)
  • Andrea Ruggeri (University of Oxford)
  • Federico Russo (University of Salento)
  • Michele Sapignoli (University of Bologna)
  • Alessio Scopelliti (University of Bristol)
  • Michele Scotto Di Vettimo (University of Exeter)
  • Barbara Sena (Unitelma Sapienza University of Rome)
  • Mattia Sguazzini (University of Genoa)
  • Federico Trastulli (University of Verona)
  • Federico Vegetti
  • Cristiano Vezzoni (University of Milan)
  • Davide Vittori (LUISS Guido Carli – Rome)
  • Zamira Xhaferri (Maastricht University)
  • Mattia Zulianello (University of Trieste)


Alessia Damonte
 University of Milan

I am a political scientist at the University of Milan, Dept. of Social and Political Sciences. 
At Unimi, I teach courses on policy design evaluation, contribute to developing the new “Computational Models and Designs Hub,” and sit on the Open Science University Commission.
I have been among the founding members of the SISP Standing Groups on “Research Methods for Political Science” and “Political Science and Public Policy,” and actively involved in the ECPR Standing Group on “Regulation and Governance.”
My research interest lies in the quality of procedures for public policy design as an amenable cause of individual rights’ content and political systems’ performance. My commitment to a pluralist methodology follows from a quest for adequate strategies to yield sound causal knowledge of such institutional scaffolding. My current agenda focuses on “Rules as Data” and measurement issues.

Federica Genovese
University of Essex

I am a political scientist at the Department of Government at the University of Essex.
I have a PhD from the University of Konstanz and degrees from Johns Hopkins SAIS and University of Toronto. I have previously held a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford. In 2022-23 I am an academic visitor at Nuffield College, University of Oxford.
My work focuses on international and comparative political economy, with particular attention to climate policy, economic interdependence, international redistribution and the politics of crises.
Among other projects, in 2023-27 I lead the new Varieties of Climate Vulnerabilities project, funded by a Research Leadership Award from the Leverhulme Trust.