Marie Curie PhD Fellow in International Relations
Date of Birth:
October 1st, 1992
2016 - Ongoing
Marie Curie Phd Fellow
UHH - LUISS
PhD in Political Science and International Relations.
Research on: Globalisation, Civil Society and Transnational Networks
Master's Degree in Global Studies.
Thesis in International Public Policies.
China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU)
Master's Degree in International Relations.
Thesis in Theories of International Relations.
ROMA TRE University
Bachelor's Degree in International Relations.
Thesis in Statistical Models.
Union of International Associations (UIA)
Visiting Researcher in charge of working and adjusting the UIA data for the sake of research.
Teaching Assistant for two courses: International Relations (English 120 students) and Relazioni Internazionali (Italian 80 students).
EU Delegation to China and Mongolia
Trainee in the ECFIN section. Writing reports, minutes and attending events on economic and financial issues under the EU-China framework.
Valeriani, M. (2019 Forthcoming)
“Global Complexity, Civil Society and Networks”. In G. Christou & J. Hasselbalch (Eds.), Global Networks and European Actors: Navigating andManaging Complexity (1st ed.). Routledge
Microsoft ExCel - Advanced
Microsoft Word - Proficient
Power Point - Proficient
R - Advanced
English - Proficient
French - Intermidiate
I have dedicated my PhD to the study of the Nonprofit sector with a focus on Italian NGOs and on transnational and national networks. I have focused on internal and external constraints, trying to understand how these actors behave on the international stage.
Social Network Analysis
Studying networks I have developed good skills and knowledge when it comes to SNA and its modelling. I use R and I have a good knoledge of the igraph, statnet and visNetwork.
I have studied and researched IR during all my university years. In my PhD I have tried to understand NGOs international behaviour looking at their internal management. I also have some teaching experience in IR.