Although appointed unexpectedly, Mario Draghi is much more than just a stop-gap, technocratic Prime Minister. Sergio Fabbrini argues that Draghi's vision for Europe could make Italy one of the key voices in the European debate
Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Intesa Sanpaolo Chair on European Governance and Dean of the Political Science Department at LUISS Guido Carli in Rome
Sergio was the Pierre Keller Visiting Professor at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government 2019-2020.
He won the 2017 Spinelli Prize, the 2011 Capalbio Prize for Europe, the 2009 Filippo Burzio Prize for the Political Sciences and the 2006 Amalfi European Prize for the Social Sciences.
He was member of the Steering Committee of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Standing Group on European Union.
He has published twenty books, two co-authored books and twenty edited or co-edited books or journal special issues, and several hundred scientific articles and essays in seven languages in the most important peer-reviewed international journals, in the fields of Comparative politics, European Union institutions and politics, US politics and political theory.