Articles by Edoardo Bressanelli

03 2021

The European Commission is no longer technocratic – it takes public opinion seriously

Edoardo Bressanelli
Often labelled technocratic and expertise-driven, the Commission’s ‘unelected bureaucrats’ in fact take public opinion seriously. When facing crises, the Commission uses agenda-priorities to respond to citizens’ cues, write Christel Koop, Christine Reh and Edoardo Bressanelli
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Edoardo Bressanelli
‘Montalcini’ Assistant Professor in Political Science at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa

Edoardo holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute in Florence.

Before returning to Italy, Edoardo has been a Senior Lecturer at King's College London, where he remains affiliated as a Senior Visiting Research Fellow.

His research concentrates mainly on EU institutions and decision-making, political parties and legislatures.

Edoardo has published in peer-reviewed journals such as Comparative Political Studies, the European Journal of Political Research, the Journal of European Public Policy, among others.

He won the Linz-Rokkan Prize in Political Sociology and has been a consultant for the European Parliament on several projects, most recently on institutions and foreign interferences.

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