0 Emanuele Errichiello
 Emanuele Errichiello

Emanuele Errichiello

Guest Teacher in European Political Economy

European Institute

Office Hours
Fridays 11am - 12noon (at CBG.6.14)
Connect with me

English, French, Italian, Spanish
Key Expertise
ENP, EU foreign & trade policy, political & economic sociology, IR theory

About me

Emanuele is a Guest Teacher in European Political Economy in the European Institute, LSE. He was born and raised in Italy before moving to the UK to pursue his university degrees. He holds a master’s degree in European Public Policy from LSE, completed in December 2020.

Prior to commencing his doctoral research, Emanuele worked on multiple institutional projects in Rome, Italy, focusing specifically on the Next Generation EU, on the CoFoE, and on EU programmes implementation in Italy.

He is currently a non-resident Research Fellow at the Centro Studi Internazionali – an independent think-tank in Italy – where he works on EU affairs and coordinates the research group on the EU. He also publishes articles, blog opinions and reports for a variety of Italian and European think-tanks, research centers and magazines – Treccani’s Magazine “Agenda” and Pandora Rivista among others. In 2019, he was editor-in-chief of the Global Europe Centre’s Special Issue “Europe in the World”, funded by COMPASS and the GCRF, through a partnership project between the University of Kent and the University of Cambridge.

Emanuele Errichiello has participated in numerous European and international policy and economic fora, speaking on topics broadly related to EU’s economic and external affairs. He is often being invited by European media for interviews and expert opinions. Since 2020, he has worked on a number of institutional policy projects, in particular in the Department for European Policies of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Italy.

Expertise Details

Emanuele’s research focuses on the ENP; specifically on the EU’s political and economic relations with its Southern neighbourhood. He is also interested in IR theories; and in political and economic sociology.