Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi

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Lucia Quaglia

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Professor of Political Science at the University of Bologna (DPhil Sussex, MA Sussex). She was awarded research grants and fellowships from the European Research Council, British Academy, Hanse-Wissenschafts Kolleg, University of Bremen, Fonds National de la Recherche du Luxembourg,  Max Planck Institute in Cologne, Scuola Normale Superiore  and European University Institute.
She has published 7 books, 5 of which with Oxford University Press. Her most recent books are: (2020) The Politics of Regime Complexity in International Derivatives Regulation, Oxford University Press; (2020) The UK and Multi-level Financial Regulation: From Post-crisis to Brexit, Oxford University Press (with S. James); (2016) The Political Economy of Banking Union, Oxford University Press (with D. Howarth).
She has guest co-edited 4 special issues of academic journals: (2019) ‘Brexit and the Future of British Capitalism’, New Political Economy (with S. Lavery, and C. Dannreuther); (2018) ‘The Politics and Economics of Brexit’, Journal of European Public Policy (with S. Bulmer); (2015) ‘The ‘Euroarea’s Sovereign Debt Crisis’, Review of International Political Economy (with D. Howarth); (2009), ‘The Global Financial Crisis: European Perspective and Lessons’, Journal of Common Market Studies (with D. Hodson)