Andrea Averardi is a “Senior” Assistant Professor of Administrative Law and he teaches Global Law and Cultural Heritage and Law. He is qualified as Associate Professor of Administrative Law (Italian National Scientific Habilitation/2016, with unanimity vote).
He graduated cum laude in Administrative Law from the University of Roma Tre and he holds a joint Ph.D. in Institutions, Administration and Regional Policy from the University of Pavia, the University of Milan, the Catholic University of Milan, the Polytechnic of Milan and Eupolis – the Higher Institute for Research, Statistics and Education of Lombardia. He has been a Post-Doctoral Researcher at The Law School of the University of Roma Tre.
He has been visiting researcher at Columbia Law School in New York and visiting fellow at City, University of London, School of Law, in London.
He is the author of a book on the role of the State in developing and implementing industrial policies (Potere pubblico e politiche industriali, Napoli, Jovene, 2018) and the editor of a book on the transformation of the interest representation model in Italy (“La rappresentanza degli interessi organizzati. L’Italia corporativa oggi”, Napoli, Editoriale Scientifica, 2019). His publications include also essays and articles on, inter alia, the field of law and economics, cultural heritage and law, environmental protection, European administrative law and sport law.
He collaborates with the Giornale di Diritto Amministrativo and with the Rivista Trimestrale di Diritto Pubblico. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Giustizia, Rivista della Scuola Forense Vittorio Emanuale Orlando of Rome and of the Board of Editors of the Rivista di diritto sportivo of the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI).
He is an Expert of the Technical and Scientific Committee of the Italian Ministry of the Economy and Finance.
He has been qualified as a lawyer in Rome (special register for academics).
He is a Fellow of the Institute for research on public administration (IRPA), of the Italian Association of European Law Scholars (AISDUE) and a Member of the International Society of Public Law (ICON’s) and of The Academic Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES).