SGUEO Gianluca, PhD

  • Position :
  • Adjunct Professor

  • Department :
  • Communications
  • E-mail :
  • gisgueo@yahoo.it
  • Office hours :
  • Thursdays, 16,30 - 17:30 in the VeCo Faculty Space (Please schedule an appointment or please feel free to email to schedule an appointment at another time).
  • Nationality :
  • Italian
  • Languages :
  • English, Italian, French
  • Education :
  • PhD in Public Law – University of Salento (Italy), New York University (US), SciencesPo (France) (2010)

     

    LLM European Public Law – Academy of European Public Law (2009)

     

    JD Sciences of Public Administration – University of Viterbo (2006)

     

    JD 
Law -  Università di Roma “La Sapienza” (2004)

  • Teaching :
  • Vesalius College: Present

    • Global Advocacy

     

    New York University – Florence: Present

    • Media, Activism & Democracy

     

    Gallen University (Executive Master of European and International Business Law): Present

    • Lobbying & Public Affairs

     

    Sole24Ore Business School (Master Lobbying & Public Affairs): Present

    • Advocacy and Communication
  • Research area(s) :
    • Democracy
    • Civil Society Activism
    • Advocacy and Lobbying
    • Globalization
    • Supranational Politics
  • Selected Publications :
  • Beyond Networks. Interlocutory coalitions, the European and the global legal orders, Springer, 2016

     

    Italian Experiences on Digital Participation. Legal Issues and Challenges, in Christopher G. Reddick, Leonidas G. Anthopoulos (eds.), Information and Communication Technologies in Public Administration: Innovations from Developed Countries, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015

     

    Transparency of lobbying at EU level, European Parliamentary Research Service, October 2015

     

    Financial accountability of Civil Society Organisations: improving cooperation with EU institutions, European Parliamentary Research Service, May 2015

     

    Digital Participation: The Case of the Italian “Dialogue With Citizens”, in M. Akrivopoulou, N. Garipidis (eds.), Human Rights and The Impact of ICT in the Public Sphere. Participation, Democracy, and Political Autonomy, IGI Press, 2014

     

    Accountability in Transnational Governance: The Case of Forestry, in Cassese et al (eds.) Global Administrative Law: The Casebook (III ed.), IRPA-IILJ: Rome-New York, 2012

     

    Centralization, in Compendium of Basic United Nation Terminology in Governance and Public Administration, United Nations Economic and Social Council – Committee on Experts on Public Administration: New York, 2009

     

    Decentralization, Integration and Transposition: Three Models of Participation in the Global Legal Order, in Indian Yearbook of International Law, I, 2010

     

    Proactive Strategies in the Global Legality Review, in Rivista trimestrale di diritto pubblico, I, 2010    

  • Honours & Awards :
    • 2015 - Global Faculty Fund, New York University – amount granted: 5,000$

     

    • 2014 Visiting Research Fellowship, Amsterdam Centre of International Law – duration: 4 months

     

    • 2012 Post Doc Scholarship, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia / Lisbon, Portugal – duration: 36 months / amount granted: 54,000 €

     

    • 2009 Research Scholarship (Enseignant Chercheur Invité), Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris / Paris, France – duration: 8 months / amount granted: 4,000 €

     

    • 2008 Research Scholarship (Visiting Research Scholar), New York University School of Law / The Hauser Global Law Program / New York, United States – duration: 12 months / amount granted: 8,000 $

     

    • 2007 PhD Scholarship, University of Salento – duration: 36 months / amount granted: 36,000 €
    • 2006 Research Award, Foundation “Giovanna Ajello” – prize for best paper on “Privacy and Administrative Law” – prize: 2,000€