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Leonardo Morlino

Leonardo Morlino
Titolare di Insegnamento

Aree di ricerca: Civil Society, Comparative politics, Democracy and democratization, Developing Countries, Elections and Political Parties, Global Governance, International affairs, International Law, Migration and Refugees, Third and non-profit sector, United Nations

Curriculum

Education
1978/79; Visiting fellow, Dept. of Political Science, Yale University, New Haven, Ct, USA.
1976 - Summer School in Quantitative Analysis, Dept. of Political Science, Essex University, Colchester, UK.
1972;First Summer School in Comparative Politics, directed by professor Stein Rokkan, at Zentral Archiv, Koln, Germany.
1970/71 -Advanced Courses in political science and sociology, organized by the Cini Foundation (Venice) and the Centro di Studi Economico e Sociali, CESES (Milan).
1970-Graduation in Political Sciences, University of Naples, with summa cum laude;dissertation on “The Liberal Right during the Giolittean Era”.
Academic Honors and Awards
2010- Honorary doctorate (doctor honoris causa), University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
2010 - “Profesor Honorario” of the Universidad Nacional de la Matanza, Buenos Aires (Argentina).
2010 - Award for academic achievement  and contribution to the development of political; science, Sociedad Argentina de Analisis Politico, Buenos Aires (Argentina).
2010 - “Huespes de Honor” of the city of Buenos Aires (Argentina).
2010/11;Monte de Paschi Fellowship, St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University, UK.
2009 - Jemolo fellowship, Nuffield College, Oxford University, UK.
2007; Jemolo fellowship, Nuffield College, Oxford University, UK.
2004 - Jean Monnet Chair in European Studies, European Union  Commission.
2004 - ‘Basilicata Award’ to Democrazie e Democratizzazioni (2003) for best book in Contemporary Politics.
2003 - ‘Arco’ Award for accomplishment in profession.
1998 - Jemolo fellowship, Nuffield College, Oxford University, UK.
1995 - Ministry of Education fellowship at the Hoover Institution, Stanford, Ca, USA.
1989/90 -NATO fellowship at the Center for European Studies, Stanford University, Stanford,   Ca, USA.
1978/79 - Ford fellowship at the Dept. of Political Science, Yale  University, New Haven, Ct,    USA.
1976 - ECPR fellowship, Summer School in Quantitative Analysis, Colchester, UK.
1972 - European Consortium for Political Research fellowship, Summer School in Comparative Politics (Koln,  Germany).
1970/71 - Centro di Politica Comparata fellowship, Florence.
1969/70 - CESES fellowship, Milan.
Teaching Activities
2009 - Visiting Professor at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris (France).
2007 - Visiting Professor, Centro de Estudios Politicos y Constitucionales, Madrid (Spain)
2006/10 - Professor of Political Science at Istituto di Scienze Umane, Florence, Italy
2005/10 - Director of the  Doctoral Program in Political Science at Istituto di Scienze Umane, Florence, Italy
2004/07 - Jean Monnet Chair in European Studies at the University of Florence, by appointment of  European Union Commission
2002/03 - Bechtel Visiting Professor, Stanford University, Stanford, Ca, USA.
1999/ - Visiting Professor, Stanford University Overseas Study Program, Florence.
1998/00 - Co-director of the European Summer School in Comparative Politics.
1996/04 - Director of the Italian Doctoral Program in Political Science.
1996/00  - Visiting Professor, New York University in  Florence.
1995/96; - Visiting Professor at the Juan March Institute, Madrid (Spain).
1993/95  - Visiting Professor at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques,  Paris (France).
1986/06 Full Professor of Political Science, University of  Florence.
1983/87 - Deputy Director of the Italian Doctoral Program in  Political Science.
1983 - Lecturer at the Summer School in Comparative Politics, European University Institute, Florence.
1981/86 - Visiting Professor of Political Science, California University  in Florence.
1978/86 - Associate Professor (with tenure) of Political Science,  University of Florence.
1975/78 - Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Florence.
1973/75 - Assistant Professor (with tenure) of Political Science, University of Florence.
1972/73  - Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Florence.
1971/72  - Assistant Professor of Dottrina dello Stato, University  of Florence
Research Activities
2009/11- director of the international research group on Assessing the quality of democracy in East Asia.
2008 - director of the international research group on Assessing the quality of democracy in in European Large democracies
2008 - director of the international research group on Assessing the quality of democracy in Latin America.
2007/9 - co-director of the international research group on Inter-institutional accountability in Eastern Europe;
2007/9 - director of the research group on Qualità della democrazia e diritti sociali in Toscana;
2007/8 - member of the research group on The state of democracy in Trentino;
2003/07 - director of the international research group on Democratization through Region Building. The European Experience, Center on Development, Democracy, and Rule of Law, Stanford University;
2003/06 - director of the international research group on Europeanization and Representation: The Peripheral Europe;
2003/05 - co-director of the international research group on The Quality of Democracy. A Comparative Approach, Center on Development, Democracy, and Rule of Law, Stanford University;
2002/06 - director of the Observatory on parties and party changes in Italy, University of Florence;
1999/01- director of the Research Group on Rights and the Quality of Democracy in Italy,   financed by IDEA, Stockholm (Sweden);
1999/05 - director of the international research group on The Europeanization of Southern Europe: National and Local Actors;
1998/06 - director of the research group on The Transformation of Italian parties:  organization, identities, strategies;
1996/98 - member of the international research group on Centers and Peripheries in Southern Europe;
1995/96 - director of the research group on Crises and Protest in Southern Europe;
1993/94  - Member of the research group on Industrial Policies and European Integration of Largest Democracies;
1993/94  - member of the international research group on Mediterranean Regions and European Integration;
1989/97 - director of the research group on Party organization and Political Change in Italy;
1987/89 - director of the research group on History and Developments of Political Science in Italy (1945-89);
1986/88 - member of the international research group on Modern Europe After Fascism;
1984/86 - member of the international research group on The Political Culture of Southern Europe: A Four Nation Survey;
1984/90 - director of the research group on Interests and Regime Consolidation in Italy;
1982/84 - director of the research group on Democratic Consolidations in Southern Europe;
1976/81 - individual research on Democratic Crises in Europe during the 1930s: Italy, Germany, and Spain;
1975/76 - individual research on Development, Modernization and Regime Change. A Conceptual Analysis;
1971/75 - individual research on The Empirical Conditions of Political Stability in Western Europe After World War Two;
Other Professional Activities
2011- Director, Executive Programs, School of Government, LUISS ‘G.Carli’, Rome.
2011 - member of International Board of Consulting Editors, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier.
2011- member of the Editorial Board of Academic Alternatives (Bucarest, Romania)
2011- member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Community of Democracies (AAB/CD)
2011 - member of the Editorial Board of the International Political Science Review (IPSR).
2011 - member of the Scientific Committee of the Associazione Italiana per gli Studi sulla Qualità della Vita (Italian Association for Studying the Quality of Life)
2010 - member of the Steering Committee, ECPR Standing Group on democratic innovation
2010 - member of the Editorial Board of Swiss Political Science Review
2010- member of the Editorial Board of Regions & Cohesion.
2010- member of the Editorial Board of Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research.
2010 - member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Democracy.
2009- member of the Editorial Board of Revista Regiones.
2009- member of the Editorial Board of  The Annual Review of Political and Military Sociology.
2009/12 - President, International Political Science Association (IPSA).
2008- founder and co-chair of the Società per lo Studio per la Diffusione della Democrazia (Society for Studying the Diffusion of Democracy – SSDD)
2008- nomination as a candidate in 2009 election for the President of International Political Science Association (IPSA), to be held in Santiago (Chile), July 2009.
2008- President,  Academic Council of Eunomia Foundation, Florence, Italy.
2008- member of Scientific Council of Consortium on Comparative Research on Regional Integration and Social Cohesion (RISC), Luxembourg.
2008- member of the Editorial Board of Bulletin of Italian Politics.
2008- member of the Editorial Board of Sistema. Revista de Ciencias Sociales.
2008- member of the Editorial Board of Portuguese Journal of Social Science.
2007/10 - member of SH2 Panel, Starting Grant of European Research Council, Research Directorate General, European Commission, Bruxelles.
2007- member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Comparative Sociology.
2007- member of the Editorial Advisory Board of International Political Anthropology.
2007- member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Revista de Ciencia Política (Chile).
2006 - member of Scientific Committee of Research Unit on European Governance (URGE), Collegio Carlo Alberto Foundation (Turin, Italy).
2006/09  - First Vice-president, International Political Science Association (IPSA).
2005 - member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Parliamentary Affairs.
2005 - member of the Editorial Board of Democracy and Security.
2004 - member of the Editorial Board of  Pole Sud.
2003/06 - deputy Rector, University of Florence, Italy
2003/06 - director of European Center of Excellency at University of Florence
2003/09 - member of the Executive Committee, International Political Science Association (IPSA).
2001/02 - member of the Committee for the governance of the University of Florence
2000- member of the Editorial Board of Central European Political Science Review
1998/ 01 - president of the Italian Association of Political Science (SISP)
1999 - director of the Research Center On Southern Europe (CIRES), University of Florence.
1998 - chairman of the Committee for the change of the Statute of the University of  Florence
1995 - member of the Editorial Board of South European Society and Politics.
1992/95 - dean of the Facoltà di Scienze Politiche “C.Alfieri”, Firenze.
1992- member of the Editorial Board of Teoria Politica
1992/02 - director of the Center for the European Documentation
1988/91 - member of the Executive Committee, International Political Science Association (IPSA).
1987/95 - member of the Subcommittee on Southern Europe, Social Science Research  Council, USA.
1986/91 - co-editor, Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica.
1986 - member of the Editorial Board, Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica.
1985/91 - member of the Executive Committee, Italian Society of Political Science (SISP).
1981- member of the Editorial Committee in Political Science, Il Mulino Publishing House.
1979/81 - member of the Executive Committee, Italian Society of Political Science (SISP).
1977/86 - chief Managing Editor, Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica.

 

 

 

Pubblicazioni

E’ autore, co-autore o curatore di 30 volumi e di circa 200 articoli o capitoli di libri in inglese, francese, spagnolo, portighese, tedesco, ungherese, giapponese, mongolo. Tra i suoi volumi si segnalano:  Introduzione alla ricerca comparata, Bologna, Il Mulino (2005) (traduzioni spagnola e francese 2010); Democrazie e democratizzazioni, Bologna,  Il Mulino, 2003 (traduzione spagnola 2005 e 2009); Democracy Between Consolidation and Crisis. Parties, Groups, and Citizens in Southern Europe, Oxford, Oxford University Press 1998 (traduzione italiana 2008); Como cambian los regimenes politicos, Madrid, CEC, 1985; Dalla democrazia all’autoritarismo. Il caso spagnolo in prospettiva comparata, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1981. Tra i volumi più recenti di cui è co-autore o curatore vi sono:  Democratization and the European Union. Comparing Central and Eastern European post-communist countries, London, Routledge (2010); Rule of Law and Democracy, Boston, Brill (2010); International Actors, Democratization and the Rule of Law: Anchoring Democracy?, London, Routledge, 2008 (paperback 2009); Party Change in Southern Europe, London, Routledge, 2007; Partiti e caso italiano, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006; Europeizzazione e rappresentanza territoriale. Il caso italiano, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006;  Assessing the Quality of Democracy. Theory and Empirical Analysis, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005; and Fondamenti di Scienza politica, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2004.

 

Changes for democracy è il suo ultimo volume di prossima pubblicazione con Oxford University Press, oltre ad essere uno dei direttori della prima International Encyclopedia of Political Science, 8 volls, Sage Publications, 2011.