Raffaele Marchetti

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Raffaele Marchetti (13 December 1975) is an Italian political scientist and editorialist.

Biography[edit]

He is assistant professor (national qualification as associate professor) at LUISS Guido Carli of Rome, where he teaches International Relations in the Department of Political Sciences and in the School of Government. In LUISS he also holds a Jean Monnet Module on European Union’s Engagement with Civil Society (2012-2015) and coordinates the preparatory course for the diplomatic concours.[1] He acts also as external evaluator for a number of public institutions and private companies at the national and international level on issues of civil society, peacebuilding, and governance

In 2015 he is visiting professor at MGIMO (LUISS International Chair).[2] He regularly writes for the World Public Forum.[3]

His research interests are about global politics, global governance, transnational civil society, democracy,[4] and political risk.

He has produced one of the first MOOCs on IR: From International Relations to Global Politics for Iversity.

He is currently completing a monography on The Other Side of Global Politics: Goals, Strategies, and Impact of Civil Society Mobilizations [4] and is working on a longer term project entitled Constructing Global Legitimacy. The Competition for World Order.

After having read Philosophy at the Sapienza University of Rome, he took a PhD in Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Later he had two post-docs as Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute and as assegnista at LUISS Guido Carli.[4]

He was scientific coordinator of the project SHUR. Human Rights in Conflicts: The Role of Civil Society funded by the European Commission within the 6thFP.[4] He was visiting professor at China Foreign Affairs University-Beijing, Sciences Po-Paris, Strathmore University-Nairobi, Université de Geneve, and Waseda-Tokyo. He was fellow at the Italian National Research Council, research fellow within the Network of Excellence GARNET. Global Governance, Regionalisation & Regulation: The Role of the EU and in the project DEMOS. Democracy in Europe and the Mobilization of Society both funded by the European Commission, and contractor for the European Union Institute for Security Studies-EUISS of Paris and the Istituto San Pio V of Rome.[1]

He taught at the London School of Economics, American University of Rome, John Cabot University, Universitè de Genève and University of Naples Orientale.[1]

He carried out research at the University of Exeter, University of Nottingham, and University di Urbino.[1]

In 2005 he won the Lawrence S. Finkelstein Award from the International Studies Association-ISA, Section on International Organization.[1]

In 2010 he was rapporteur for the European Commission (DG Research) on Civil Society and Global Governance.[5] He is involved in the LUISS PhD programmes: the PhD in Political Theory and Political Science, and the Joint Doctorate Programme Globalization, Europe, and Multilateralism-GEM.

Major works[edit]

Monographs

  • 2013. La politica della globalizzazione, Milan: Mondadori
  • 2010. Manuale di politica internazionale, Milan: Egea-Università Bocconi Editore-UBE (co-authors: F.Mazzei and F.Petito)
  • 2010. Democrazia globale: Principi, istituzioni e lotte per la nuova inclusione politica, Milan: Vita & Pensiero
  • 2008. Global Democracy: For and Against. Ethical Theory, Institutional Design, and Social Struggles, London-New York: Routledge (2009, pb edition).

Edited Books

Key articles and book chapters

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e World Public Forum"Raffaele Marchetti, Professor of International Relations, LUISS University, Italy", 29 November 2012
  2. ^ http://docenti.luiss.it/rmarchetti/ Raffaele Marchetti at LUISS
  3. ^ http://wpfdc.org/blog/our-columnists/raffaele-marchetti Raffaele Marchetti at World Public Forum
  4. ^ a b c d Vasconcelos, Álvaro Global Governance. Building on the Civil Society Agenda. Paris: The European Union Institute for Security Studies-EUISS, 2011; pg. 91.
  5. ^ http://ec.europa.eu/research/social-sciences/pdf/events-127-synthesis-report%20_en.pdf

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