Fabio Di Cristina (1985) is Ph.D. in Law and Economics of the University of Siena, Department of Economic Law, visiting student at the European University Institute – Law Department (second term, 2012) and invited visiting student of the Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht of Heidelberg.
He got his B.A. magna cum laude in Political Science at the University of Palermo (2008). He has got M.sc. magna cum laude in Public Administration at the University of Rome La Sapienza (2010). He was Ordinary Student of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, Academic Class of Social Sciences (2004-2005).
He is teaching assistant of Institutions of Public Law at the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Palermo where he got teaching assignments in Administrative Law and Public Economic Law (a.y. 2011-2012). He is currently supporting the Chair of Administrative Law. He is part of the teaching staff of the International Master Degree in Global Regulation of Markets (University of Rome La Sapienzaand Pontificia Università Lateranense) and of the Master Degree in Advanced Administrative Law (University of Roma Tre).
In 2011, he was declared eligible to hold the office of Assistant of the Gev – Expert Groups on Assessment (Area 12 – Legal Studies) appointed by the Anvur – National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes.
He has been Fellow of the Institute for Research on Public Administration founded by Professor Sabino Cassese since 2011. He got a specialization scholarship in Administrative Science (2009-2010) at the Institutes. He also won a scholarship at the University of Rome La Sapienza (2008). He has been member of the Observatory on the Outsourcing in Public Administrations since 2009.
He took part in several research projects (for the Italian National School of Government, for the Institute for Research on Public Administration, for Lottomatica) and editorial projects (the editing the fourth edition of the book Istituzioni di diritto amministrativo, the editing of the third edition of the Global Administrative Law Casebook: Cases, Materials, Issues, partnership with the Institute for International Law and Justice – IILJ of the New York University School of Law, the updating of the second edition of the International Encyclopaedia of Laws).
He is member of the Editorial Board of the Italian legal journals Concorrenza e Mercato and Munus. Rivista giuridica dei servizi pubblici.He collaborates with the legal journals Rivista trimestrale di diritto pubblico and Giornale di diritto amministrativo.
He spent some study periods abroad (Oxford, Dublin, Paris, Tunis) a specializing period at the Postgraduate School of Economics and International Relations of the University of the Sacred Heart in Milan in 2007 and a specialization period at the University of Trento (2011). He has been collaborating with the Italian Environmental Fund in 2006 and he is member of the International Association for Political Science Students (from 2007, in section Alumni from 2010).