Sergio Fabbrini is Director of the Luiss School of Government and Professor of Political Science and International Relations at LUISS Guido Carli. Prior to coming at LUISS, he was at the University of Trento where he directed the School of International Studies from 2006 to 2009. Since 2011, he also holds a Jean Monnet Chair supported by the European Commission.
In 2004 he succeeded Giovanni Sartori as Editor of Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica that he he directed until 2009. In 2006 he was the first Italian scholar awarded of the Amalfi European Prize for the Social Sciences, and in 2009 he won the Filippo Burzio Prize for the Political Sciences. In 2011, he was the winner of the “Capalbio – Europe” Prize for the book “Addomesticare il Prìncipe” (“Taming the Prince”) published by Marsilio. He is Recurrent Visiting Professor of Comparative and International Politics at the Department of Political Science and Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California at Berkeley. He was Jemolo Fellow at the Nuffield College, Oxford University, in the Spring Semester 2006. He was Jean Monnet Chair Professor at the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, in the Fall Semester 2001 and Visiting Professor in the Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence, in the Spring Semester 2004. He was Fulbright Professor at Harvard University in 1987-1988. He lectured in many countries and he is a referee for several international academic journals. He published fifteen books, two co-authored book and twelve edited or co-edited books, and two hundred articles and essays in seven languages in comparative and European government and politics, American government and politics, international relations and foreign policy, Italian politics and political theory.
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