CV

EDUCATION

BOCCONI UNIVERSITY, ITALY [2014-ongoing]

  • PhD in Public Policy and Administration.
  • Details: full Scholarship holder. Expected completion: May 2019.
  • Prizes: PhD Prize for Public Policy and Administration, 2014/2015.
  • Committee: Anthony Bertelli, Paola Profeta, Tommaso Nannicini.
  • Thesis: “Three Essays on Agency and Accountability in Politics and Governance”.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, USA [2016-2017]

  • Associate of the Department of Economics, visiting period for the academic year 2016-2017.
  • Prizes: 9-month Fulbright-Schuman Award scholarship, 2016-2017.
  • Under the supervision of Professor Claudia Goldin.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (UCL), UK [2011-2012]

  • MA in European Studies: Modern European Studies.
  • Grade: Distinction.

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, UK (BALLIOL COLLEGE) [2007-2011]

  • BA, MA Oxon. Hons. in Modern Languages (French & Italian).
  • Grade: First Class (Honours).
  • Prizes: Higgs Exhibition (2008) and Higgs Scholarship for Excellence in Modern Languages (2011).

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

JOURNAL OF PUBLIC POLICY [2018-ongoing]

  • Editorial Assistant
  • Journal of Public Policy, Cambridge University Press:

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-public-policy

BOCCONI UNIVERSITY, ITALY [2015-ongoing]

All positions held at the Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management, Università Bocconi.

  • Research Assistance for Professors Mele & Cappellaro. Analysis of the UN’s “Delivering as One” reform.
  • Teaching Assistance for Professors Mele & Torbica. Course: “Public Management” (BSc).
  • Guest lecturer: International Organisations and International Governance: the European Commission.
  • Teaching Assistance for Professors Gatta & Cappellaro. Course: “Policies for Arts and Culture” (BSc).
  • Teaching Assistance for Professor Profeta. Course: “Diversity Management and Policy” (BSc).
  • Teaching Assistance for Professor Cucciniello. Course: “Economia e Management delle Amministrazioni Pubbliche” (BSc). Taught in Italian (ENG: The Economics and Management of Public Administration).

WORKING PAPERS

  • Public-Private Partnerships, Distributive Politics, and Infrastructure Development, Eleanor Florence Woodhouse.
  • Do Electoral Rules Matter for Female Representation? with Paola Profeta (under review).
  • Electoral Accountability, Public Administrator Behaviour and Democratic Legitimacy, Eleanor Florence Woodhouse.
  • The Political Cost of Public-Private Partnerships: Theory and Evidence from Colombian Infrastructure Development with Anthony Bertelli and Camila Angulo (under review).
  • Corruption, Democracy and Infrastructure Agreements with Anthony Bertelli and Valentina Mele (under review).
  • EU Accession and Public-Private Partnerships with Anthony Bertelli and Alfonso Maselli.

CONFERENCES

Papers presented at:

  • Public Management Research Conference, June 2017, American University in Washington DC. Paper: Corruption, Democracy, and Infrastructure Agreements.
  • Frontiers in Public Administration and Policy Implementation, May 2017, NYU. Paper: Corruption, Democracy, Infrastructure Agreements.
  • Bocconi Workshop on Political Economy, March 2018, Milano. Paper: Do Electoral Rules Matter for Female Representation?
  • European Public Choice Association, April 2018, Rome. Paper: Do Electoral Rules Matter for Female Representation?
  • Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), April 2018, Chicago. Paper: Public-Private Partnerships, Distributive Politics, and Infrastructure Development.
  • Transatlantic Dialogue (TAD), June 2018, Bucharest. Paper: Public-Private Partnerships, Distributive Politics, and Infrastructure Development.
  • American Political Science Association (APSA), August 2018, Boston, Paper: Electoral Accountability, Public Administrator Behaviour & Democratic Legitimacy.
  • Italian Political Science Society (SISP), September 2018, Turin. Paper: Do Electoral Rules Matter for Female Representation?
  • Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), April 2019, Chicago. Papers: Electoral Accountability, Public Administrator Behaviour and Democratic Legitimacy, The Political Cost of Public-Private Partnerships: Theory and Evidence from Colombian Infrastructure Development and Infrastructure Partnerships in an Expanding European Union.

Papers accepted at:

  • Public Management Research Conference, June 2019, Chapel Hill University in Chapel Hill. Papers: Electoral Accountability, Public Administrator Behaviour and Democratic Legitimacy and Infrastructure Partnerships in an Expanding European Union.
  • European Political Science Association (EPSA), June 2019, Belfast. Papers: Electoral Accountability, Public Administrator Behaviour and Democratic Legitimacy and Public-Private Partnerships, Distributive Politics, and Infrastructure Development.
  • EGEN Europe, July 2019, Stockholm. Paper: Do Electoral Rules Matter for Female Representation?
  • American Political Science Association (APSA), August 2019, Washington, Papers: Electoral Accountability, Public Administrator Behaviour and Democratic Legitimacy, Public-Private Partnerships, Distributive Politics, and Infrastructure Development and Do Electoral Rules Matter for Female Representation?

SERVICE

Referee: Public Administration Review, Governance.

Member: APSA, MPSA.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EUROPEAN COMMISSION, BRUSSELS [October 2012 – August 2014]

Role: Policy Officer in the Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC): Unit E1 Culture Policy and Intercultural Dialogue.

Dossiers: 1. Culture in External Relations (‘Preparatory Action’ on the role of culture in EU external relations); 2. EU-Korea Protocol on Cultural Cooperation; 3. Communication on Cultural Heritage 2020; 4. Open Method of Coordination Group on Intercultural Dialogue; 5. Negotiation of the Structural Funds 2014-2020; 6. President Barroso’s New Narrative for Europe; 7. Culture Forum 2013.

Policy areas: (primary) culture in external relations, culture in urban development, cultural heritage, intercultural dialogue, and audience development; (secondary) the cultural and creative industries, culture in the digital age, social inclusion, education and the integration of minorities.

LANGUAGES

English: native.

Italian: full professional proficiency (C2 in all areas).

French: full professional proficiency (C2 in all areas).

Spanish: limited professional proficiency (B1-B2).

 

Full CV available here:

CV_Eleanor Florence Woodhouse