Furiosi Emanuela
Graduate Researcher
Struttura di afferenza: CLASSE STS


Emanuela Furiosi,

after graduating in law from the University of Milan, received her PhD in Law and Humanities, administrative law curriculum, from the University of Insubria, defending her thesis entitled "The reputation of public administration as a common good: definitions, declinations and protection."

Administrative lawyer in the Forum of Milan, she has been a lecturer in "Public Procurement", Administrative Law in the teaching of "Economics and Business Organization" and "Transparency and Anti-Corruption" at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Milan. 
He participated as an expert in administrative law in the PROTEGO Project (Procedural Tools for Effective Governance) at the University of Exeter (UK).

Her scholarly production, which has found a place in prestigious journals and publications in administrative law, has focused on the issues of administrative transparency and the reputation of public administration.

She is a member of the Coordinating Committee of CERIDAP - Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Public Administration Law - and is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of the same name. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of the "Rivista Italiana di Diritto Pubblico Comunitario."

Always curious about new digital avenues, after participating in an accelerator course in Amsterdam, in 2014 she co-founded bookabook, an independent publishing house that puts the reader at the center of a new model of sustainable publishing, thanks to crowdfunding.

She is a Research Fellow at IUSS Graduate School of Higher Education in the Next Generation UPP project, aimed at improving the efficiency of justice.