Federica Cacciatore (Gallipoli, 1980), PhD in Political Science at the University of Florence, is currently employed as a researcher at the Consortium for the development of methodologies and innovations in public administration (MIPA Consortium), in Rome, where she works as research consultant for the Department for Law and Legislative Affairs at the Presidency of Council of Ministers, in issues regarding regulatory quality in Italian Regions.
She has been teaching assistant in Political Science, Administrative Science and Public Policy Analysis at the University of Macerata.
Her main research interests concern public administration and public policy analysis and evaluation, focusing on regional institutions and regulatory policies.
She is member of the Observatory for the Regulatory Impact Analysis (www.osservatorioair.it), where she coordinates the regional section.
She is also member of the Italian Political Science Association (SISP, Società Italiana di Scienza Politica, www.sisp.it).