Cristina Fasone

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Note biografiche

Cristina Fasone is Assistant Professor of Comparative Public Law, Department of Political Science, LUISS Guido Carli, where she is also academic coordinator of Summer Program on ‘Parliamentary Democracy in Europe‘ (Jean Monnet Module 2013-2015 and 2017-2019), at LUISS School of Government e LUISS academic coordinator responsible for the admission procedures within the ‘Erasmus + Joint Master on “Parliamentary procedures and legislative drafting“, co-organised by LUISS Guido Carli, Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London.


In 2016 she was awarded by the European Commission a co-financing for a Jean Monnet Module on Parliamentary accountability and technical expertise: budgetary powers, information and communication technologies and elections (PATEU) (2017-2019).

In 2018 (February) she was Visiting Professor, La Faculty, at Complutense University, Madrid, within the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in “Parliamentary procedures and legislative drafting”

In 2016 (May) she held an International Chair at Uppsala University, Faculty of Law, within the academic exchange program between Luiss and Uppsala University.

At the European University Institute (EUI), she was Max Weber Post-doctoral Fellow in Law coordinator of the research project on ‘Constitutional Change Through Euro-Crisis Law‘, in the academic years 2013/2014 and 2014/2015. At the EUI she has also been Visiting Fellow at the Law Department and member of the EUI Law Research Team within the Horizon 2020 Project on “A Dynamic Economic and Monetary Union (ADEMU)“.

Since 1 May 2018 she has been member of the Luiss Rersearch Team of the Horizon2020 Project RECONNECT – “Reconciling Europe with its Citizens Through Democracy and Rule of Law”

From 2013 to 2015 she was a member of the Affiliates Advisory Group of the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law

In the a.y. 2013/2014 she was adjunct professor at the Department of communication and social research, La Sapienza University of Rome, where she taught a course on ‘Models of federalism and multilevel constitutionalism‘.

She holds a PhD in Comparative Public Law (2012), from the University of Siena, and from 2012 to 2013 she was Post-doctoral fellow in Public Law, at the Luiss Department of Political Science.

In 2011 she was Visiting Researcher at the Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C. (USA).

Nel 2013 she was Visiting Scholar at the Victoria University of Wellington (NZ).

In May 2014 she gave lectures on national parliaments in the EU and on the principle of subsidiarity at the Humboldt University of Berlin, within the teaching exchange organized by the European University Institute with a network of European Universities.

She authored a book on ‘Parliamentary Committee Systems and Forms of Government’ (Padova, Cedam 2012, pp. 694) and several publications in Italian and in English on parliaments in the European Union, on the effects of the financial crisis on national constitutional systems and on the European Union, and on the ‘dialogue’ among Courts and among legislators.