Mariangela Benedetti

Mariangela Benedetti (Ph.D. University of Rome “La Sapienza” in Administrative Law) is adjunct professor of Administrative and Public Law at “La Tuscia” University (Dipartimento economia e impresa).
She is member of the “Administrative burdens measurement team” within the Office for administrative simplification of the Department of Public Administration. She gives lectures on the Master program in «Administrative Law and Administrative Science» at the University of Rome “Roma Tre”.
From 2009 to 2010 she was research fellow in Administrative Law and she won a four months merit-based scholarship to conduct research studies within the Houser Global Law School Program of New York University. In 2007 she obtained the “Diploma of the Academy of European Public Law” making a dissertation on “Necessary test on the General Agreement of Trade in Services”.
Since 2009 she has been member of the “Observatory of regulatory impact analysis” leaded by prof. Giulio Vesperini and prof. Alessandro Natalini; in this field her publications deal with the Regulatory oversight bodies  and the RIA conducted by the Italian financial regulatory authority (Consob). She is currently contributing to the “Quarterly magazine of Public Law”, the European Review of Public Law and the Journal of Administrative Law, working on the “Rassegna dei provvedimenti ministeriali”.