Federica Marconi is a researcher in the IAI Multilateralism and Global Governance program, her activities are focused on International Political Economy, Technological Transformation, Finance and Development. She has previously worked as an attorney and delivered lectures on various academic courses. She has held a position as a guest researcher in the Working Group on Public Administration at the University of Konstanz and she has been a visiting researcher at Ludwig-Maximilians Universität in Munich and Fordham University in New York. Federica is currently completing her doctoral studies at the University of Roma Tor Vergata with a dissertation that analyses the role of the State in the economy in times of crisis, with a particular focus on the foreign direct investments screening mechanisms. She holds a five-year Degree in Law from the same University and a Post-Graduate Master in Administrative Law from Luiss University.
Her publications include:
- “L’intervento pubblico nell’economia e il mutevole ruolo dello Stato: il nuovo golden power tra competizione geopolitica e valutazioni economico-strategiche”, in Federalismi.it, n. 20 (2021), p. 39-62
- “Aiuti di Stato nell’emergenza pandemica: il caso delle compagnie aeree tra circostanze eccezionali e grave turbamento dell’economia”, in Eurojus, n. 2/2022, p. 147-165
- “Tutela costituzionale dell’ambiente e obiettivi di sostenibilità nel framework europeo: il ruolo delle Corti verso la transizione verde”, in AmbienteDiritto, a. 22, n. 3/2022