Andrea C. Bianculli
Master's in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP) Co-coordinator
Andrea C. Bianculli is Assistant Professor at the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) since November 2017. Her research crosses sociology, politics and international relations, and is substantively concerned with three different but strongly interwoven areas: trade, regulation and development, with a regional focus on Latin America.
Previously, she held a Juan de la Cierva-Incorporación Fellowship at IBEI and a Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Research College 'The Transformative Power of Europe', Freie Universität Berlin. She was also a researcher at the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales/FLACSO-Argentina.
Andrea has a PhD in Political and Social Sciences (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) and holds a Master's Degree in International Relations (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales/FLACSO-Argentina).
Her book ‘Negotiating Trade Liberalization in Argentina and Chile. When Policy creates Politics’ (Routledge 2017) builds on her PhD dissertation, which received a Special Mention of the Juan Linz Prize 2010-2011 for the Best Doctoral Dissertation in Political Science granted by the Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales.
She is currently leading a research project on 'Regional Social Regulation in Latin America: A New Agenda for Development? Prospects and Challenges' (SociAL-Reg), funded by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness (CSO2015-66411-P).
Background and education
- (2010) PhD in Political and Social Sciences (Summa Cum Laude), Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
- (2006) Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA), Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF).
- (2004) M.A. in International Relations, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO-Argentina).
- (1993) B.A. (Licenciatura) in Sociology (Degree Awarded with Honours), Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Professional memberships & affiliations
- Regionalism and regional governance
- Comparative and International Political Economy of Development
- Trade Politics
- Regulatory governance
- Latin America
- Rethinking the fundamentals of regions and interregionalism: The European Union and Latin America through the lenses of regional regulatory governance (Reg-EULAC) (Coordinator | Researcher)
- Global Governance and the European Union: Future Trends and Scenarios (GLOBE) (Researcher)
- 2021.Regionalismo e integración regional en América Latina. El Mercosur: ¿un «nuevo» espacio para la regulación social?.Fundación Carolina,Documento de Trabajo N.º 42Link
- 2021.Institutional overlap and access to medicines in MERCOSUR and UNASUR (2008–2018). Cooperation before the collapse?.Global Public Health,Link
- 2020.Linguistic Claims and Political Conflicts. Spanish Labyrinths in the European Context.Routledge.Link
- 2020.The IPE of global social policy governance.In:
Ernesto Vivares (editor).The Routledge Handbook to Global Political Economy. Conversations and Inquiries.Routledge.Link
- 2020.Politicization and Regional Integration in Latin America: Implications for EU–MERCOSUR Negotiations?.Politics and Governance,Volume 8, Issue 1:254–265Link
- 2020.Spain and Latin America: from a special relation to detachment?.In:
Diego Muro and Ignacio Lago (editors).The Oxford Handbook of Spanish Politics.Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198826934.013.43.Link
- 2018.From free market to social policies? Mapping regulatory cooperation in education and health in MERCOSUR.Global Social Policy,Link
- 2018.Linguistic Policies and Citizens’ Claims in a Multinational State: The Case of Spain.In: Cheneval, Francis and Mónica Ferrín (Ed.).Citizenship in Segmented Societies Lessons for the EU.Cheltenham:Edward Elgar Publishing.Link
- 2018.Agency proliferation and the globalization of the regulatory state: Introducing a data set on the institutional features of regulatory agencies.Regulation & Governance,doi:10.1111/rego.12189Link
- 2017.Negotiating Trade Liberalization in Argentina and Chile: When Policy Creates Politics.New York:Routledge, Series Routledge Studies in Latin American Politics.Link