Curriculum (eng)

Surname: Chimenti Name: Anna

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

1886: Graduated in law at the Faculty of Law “of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”;

1987: Was granted a fellowship from the University of Florence, Faculty of Political Science, “Cesare Alfieri”;

1993: Obtained a PhD in Constitutional and Public Law at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Full Professor of Public Law, University of Foggia, Italy
Registered Barrister – Rome, Italy

1994: University researcher in Constitutional Rights at the Faculty of Law at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”;

2001: Associated University Professor, Institution of Public Rights.
Head of the Courses of Public Rights and the Legislation of Cultural Property at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Studies at Foggia;

2002: Member of the board of students of the Master in Management of the Local Tourism Systems organized by the Chair of Business Economics at the University of Foggia;

Member of the PhD Board in charge of the fundamental rights at the Faculty of Law of the University of Teramo.
Member of the PhD Board in Economic Law at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Foggia.

2003: Member of the Commission of the Ministry of Justice to draft a law proposal to implement in Italy the EU Framework decision 2002/584/JHA of 13 June 2002 on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between Member States;

2003 – 2004: Legal Consultant of the President of RAI (Italian Radio and Television Public Corporation).

2004: Extraordinary Professor of “Constitutional Rights”. Head of the Courses of Institutions of Public Rights and of the European Union Rights at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Studies in Foggia;
Teaching Fellow at the University of Strasbourg III – Robert Schuman (Strasbourg – France);

2005: Visiting Scholar at Princeton University, New Jersey, US – Department of Politics;

Visiting Scholar at Georgetown University, Washington D.C.;

2005-07: Appointed for the relationships with Italian Parliament, by the Dean of the University of Foggia;
Appointed, by decree on 2 October 2007 of the Ministry of Communications, Member of the High Council of Communications (Consiglio Superiore delle Comunicazioni).

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Collaborated with Economic and Social Cohesion Laboratory headed Prof. Robert Leonardi at the European Institute – London School of Economics;

2009: Member of the Public Investment Assessment Group (Nucleo di Valutazione e verifica degli investimenti pubblici) of the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers;

2009-10: Resident Research Fellow of the Economic and Social Cohesion Laboratory (Esoclab) of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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2009-12: Worked at the Presidency of the Italian Council of Ministers (DIPE – Departement for planning and coordination of political economy)

2010: ANVUR, was appointed Member of the Panel of Experts on Assessment of University-based Research (GEV), VQR;

2010-2011: Appointed by the Education, Research & University Minister, by Decree on 22 October 2010, to work as a consultant in the Ministry of Education, Research and University on the analysis and the study of European models of academic excellence and the related legal comparison with the Italian system.

2013: Appointed, by the Letta Government, member of the Commission charged for institutional reforms (D.P.C.M. 11 June 2013).

MAIN PUBLICATIONS

1999: “Storia dei Referendum”, Bari Laterza 1993. “Storia dei Referendum”, (second edition) Bari–Rome – “Pocket Book of Essays – Laterza”;

2000: “Informazione e Televisione. La libertà vigilata”, Bari-Rome;

2003: “La teoria gradualistica del diritto, confronto con le idee e le istituzioni del diritto positivo francese”, (translation and presentation of the work) Milan, Giuffrè;

2003: “Il Papa in Parlamento”, in “Giovanni Paolo II, Le vie della giustizia”, by A. Loiodice e M. Vari, Rome, Bardi;

2004: “L’influenza di Jellinek e Laband sul “Positivisme Juridique” by Raymond Carrè de Malberg” in “Quaderni costituzionali”, fasc. n. 1, Bologna, Il Mulino;

2006: “Commento all’art. 59 Cost.” in “Commentario alla Costituzione”, by A. Celotto – M. Olivetti, Turin, UTET;

2006: “Commento all’art. 48 Cost.” in Dizionario di diritto pubblico, diretto da Sabino Cassese, Milan, Giuffrè;

2006: “La libertà vigilata e l’Autorità per le garanzie nelle comunicazioni” in F. Rimoli – G. Salerno (a cura di), Conoscenza e potere: le illusioni della trasparenza, Rome;

2007: “L’ordinamento radiotelevisivo italiano”, Rome, Giappichelli;

2009: A. Chimenti – R. Leonardi – R. Nanetti (a cura di), La Costituzione italiana sessant’anni dopo. Evoluzione e valutazioni d’impatto, Roma (Scuola Superiore della Pubblica Amministrazione), 11 ss.

2009: Contributo dal titolo I referendum a sessant’anni dalla Costituzione, in A. Chimenti – R. Leonardi – R. Nanetti (a cura di), La Costituzione italiana sessant’anni dopo. Evoluzione e valutazioni d’impatto, Roma (Scuola Superiore della Pubblica Amministrazione), 329 ss.

2010: Contributo dal titolo Il Referendum nell’era del maggioritario e della “democrazia immediata”, in Scritti in onore di Luigi Arcidiacono, Torino (Giappichelli);

JOURNALISTIC ACTIVITIES

11 Oct 1994: Enrolled in the Professional Journalists –Roster under No. 070870;

1987-1992: Collaborated with the Editorial Staff of the Fininvest Group.

Carried out journalistic activities in the Political Editorial Team in the Fininvest Group “Parliament IN” & “Italia Domanda”;

1995-1996: Worked as a writer in the Editorial Team of the Programme Linea Tre with Lucia Annunziata;

1999-2000: Columnist of the Italian magazine “Espresso”;

2001-2003: Columnist of the Italian magazine “Panorama” on information and television broadcasting;

2005-2006: Worked in the Editorial Board of MATRIX with Enrico Mentana;

Currently, columnist of the Italian newspaper “Il Riformista”, writing articles about Italian Constitutional Reform.