I am a Visiting Ph.D Fellow at the Department of Politics and Public Administration, currently doing a Ph.D at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (Switzerland).
In my dissertation I study policy diversity of interest groups taking part in the EU policy-making process. My research includes three main methods: text analysis, network analysis and agent based modelling. Generally, I am interested in energy and climate change governance, and the role of interest groups in the European policy-making process.
I have a Master in International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs from the Ruffilli School of Diplomacy (University of Bologna).
For more details, please have a look at my CV.
Valentina Baiamonte and Chiara Redaelli (2017). Small Islands Developing States and Climate Change: An Overview of Legal and Diplomatic Strategies, Journal of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University.
Valentina Baiamonte, "Donne venete per l'ambiente" [Women and the Environment], Ecoistituto del Veneto, December 2013, ISBN8895829123.