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Bernardo Rangoni

Bernardo Rangoni_foto

European University Institute (Italy)

Cátedra Telefónica visiting research fellow

Biography

Bernardo Rangoni joined the European University Institute (EUI) as a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow in Law in 2017, right after having earned his PhD in Political Science from the London School of Economics (LSE).

His research has appeared (or is currently under review) in the Journal of European Public Policy, Regulation & Governance, European Law Journal, and Oxford University Press.

A key element concerns the perceived move from traditional hierarchical 'command and control' to new modes of 'experimentalist governance', involving (i) more inclusive, (ii) recursive rule-making and revision (iii) informed by the comparison (iv) of different decentralized implementation experiences. He is currently analyzing the relationship between experimentalist institutional architectures, actual decision-making processes, and outcomes on substantives policies and preferences across electricity, gas, telecoms, finance, and pharmaceuticals.

Background and education

  • (2017) PhD Political Science, LSE

Awards

  • 2018-19LUISS Guido Carli Contratto di Ricerca
  • 2018-19Technical University of Munic (TUM) School of Governance Visiting Post-Doc Fellowship in Global Transformations (declined)
  • 2018. Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) Visiting Reseach Fellowship  
  • 2015Yale Law School Visiting Researcher
  • 2011-16London School of Economics (LSE) Research Studentship

Professional memberships & affiliations

  • European Consortium for Political Research
  • Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics

Research

Research interests

  • Regulation
  • Governance
  • Comparative public policy

Selected publications

  • Rangoni, Bernardo.2017.Architecture and policy-making: comparing experimentalist and hierarchical governance in EU energy regulationJournal of European Public Policy,DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2017.1385644Link