Eleonora Poli

Position: 
Researcher
Expertise: 
Balkans
EU external relations
European Union

Eleonora Poli is a researcher at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), where she is working on research projects dealing with the EU economic policies, the political and institutional implications of the Eurozone crisis and the European role in regional conflicts resolution. Eleonora holds a PhD in International Political Economy from the Department of International Politics at City University London. She has been a doctoral researcher at the City Political Economy Research Centre (CityPerc) and she has also worked as researcher at IDS Thomson Reuters in London. Her main research interests lie in the area of international political economy, competition policy, economic and financial crises, globalisation and European governance.

Is European solidarity in a coma? A view from Italy

Eleonora Poli
in Sophia Russack (ed.), EU crisis response in tackling Covid-19. Views from the Member States, EPIN Report, 20 April 2020, p. 11
In: Other papers/articles

An EU-wide referendum: Potential threat or tool of empowerment?

Eleonora Poli
in Steven Blockmans, Sophia Russack (eds), Deliberative Democracy in the EU. Countering Populism with Participation and Debate, Brussels, CEPS / London, Rowman & Littlefield International, 2020, p. 269-280
In: Other papers/articles

Italian politics: The great escape

Eleonora Poli
in László Andor, Ania Skrzypek, Hedwig Giusto (eds), Progressive Yearbook 2020, Brussels, Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), 2020, p. 129-136
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Tavola rotonda italo-olandese Van Wittel/Vanvitelli

Eleonora Poli, Lara Laviola
Rome, IAI, December 2019, 10 p.
In: Documenti IAI

Central European Initiative Dialogue Forum

Eleonora Poli, Lara Laviola, Laura Sacher
Rome, IAI, November 2019, 10 p.
In: Documenti IAI

Does Italian bicameralism double the chance of influencing EU decision-making?

Eleonora Poli
in Steven Blockmans and Sophia Russack (eds), Representative Democracy in the EU. Recovering Legitimacy, Brussels, CEPS / London, Rowman & Littlefield International, 2019, p. 199-214
In: Other papers/articles

Engaged but Disempowered: Italians Experience Direct Democracy

Eleonora Poli
in Steven Blockmans and Sophia Russack (eds), Direct Democracy in the EU. The Myth of a Citizens’ Union, Brussels, CEPS / London, Rowman & Littlefield International, 2018, p. 279-295
In: Other papers/articles

The Future of EU Prosperity: Addressing the Modernization Challenge

Eleonora Poli
Berlin, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, October 2018, 18 p. (Mercator European Dialogue Briefing Notes)
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L'Italia al bivio. Rapporto sulla politica estera italiana, Edizione 2018

Ettore Greco,
Rome, Nuova Cultura, July 2018, 186 p.
In: Quaderni IAI