PhD students admitted in 2019 - 35th Cycle

Stephanie Arnold

Stephanie Arnold

Thesis title: Geopolitics of ICT for Development: How African States balance external and domestic forces to upgrade digital development at home


Elisabetta Boglich Perasti

Elisabetta Boglich Perasti

Thesis title: The impact of European Policies on scientific research: the case of Italian Public Universities

Giorgia Borgnino

Giorgia Borgnino

Thesis title: The extent to which macro-economic conditions affect the party-policy linkage

Claudia Colombarolli

Claudia Colombarolli

Thesis title: In-work poverty: when the context makes the difference. An analysis of the influence of living costs on poverty and social exclusion perceptions of Italian in-work poor

Cecilia Ducci

Cecilia Ducci

Thesis title: Legitimizing genocide? Genocide in the 21st century and the contestation of the anti-genocide norm

Alice Fubini

Alice Fubini

Thesis title: Grassroots initiatives to counter corruption in Italy and Spain. The role of informative practices through digital media in increasing transparency.

Ekaterina Gorshkova

Ekaterina Gorshkova

Thesis title: The implications of the emergence of the regime complex for the EU climate diplomacy: challenge or opportunity?

Alice Lacchei

Alice Lacchei

Thesis title: Asylum adjudications in lower courts: an insight into the daily work of Italian and French judges.

Nicola Palma

Nicola Palma

Thesis title: International Migration and Political Stability Under A Rational Choice Perspectiv

Silvia Porretta

Silvia Porretta

Thesis title: Local policies for the development of the 'so-called' Cultural and Creative Industries. Results, impacts and perspectives in the European context

Aidar Zinnatullin

Aidar Zinnatullin

Thesis title: The Holy war and (armchair) warriors: how do political discussions on the Internet affect protest activity in authoritarian regimes?