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I am a lecturer in public policy in the Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations. I received my PhD from the University of Pittsburgh (2006). Before I joined Macquarie in July 2017, I taught in the United States, Ireland, the United Kingdom and Malaysia.
I have published on the politics of administrative reform in Italy and Europe, on fiscal federalism and on the political economy of banking.
I am currently working on these projects:
- Austerity and public administration reform in Europe (with Fabrizio di Mascio, Alessandro Natalini and Edoardo Ongaro). Two articles are currently under review
- The politics of the liberalization of professions in Southern Europe. For the past three years I have done fieldwork in Greece and an article (with Natalia Papamakariou) is currently under review.
At Macquarie I have taught the following units in the Master of Politics and Public Policy:
POIR900 Policy Design and Practice
POL 822 Studying Public Policy
POIR823 Public Management and Governance
POL 802 Comparative Public Policy
POL 833 Intergovernmental Relations
My most recent articles are:
(2018) “A more German Italy? Competition and the development of relationship lending” Review of International Political Economy Early view at https://doi.org/10.1080/09692290.2018.1480514
(2017) (with Alessandro Natalini and Fabrizio Di Mascio) “The Implementation of Administrative Burden Reduction Policy: Mechanisms and contexts in the study of Europeanization” Comparative European Politics 15 (2): 264–285
(2017) (with Davide Galli, Fabrizio Di Mascio Alessandro Natalini, and Edoardo Ongaro) “Learning-shaping Crises in Italy: A Longitudinal Comparison of Public Personnel Reforms, 1992-2014” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 19 (2): 119-138
(2016) (with Mark Hallerberg) “Economic Development, Clientelism and Political Budget Cycles: Evidence from Health Policy in Italy” Journal of European Public Policy 23 (6): 833-850
(2013) (with Alessandro Natalini and Fabrizio Di Mascio) “The Ghost of Crises Past: The Legacy of the Past and the Current Fiscal Crisis” Public Administration 91(1): 17-31.
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