Cristina Dallara is Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in Political Science at the University of Bologna. She held a PhD in Political Science at the University of Florence. She was Jean Monnet post-doc fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute of Fiesole. She has been involved with several international research projects on the role of the EU and other international organizations dealing with judicial politics. Teaching experiences: from 2008 to 2015, Lecturer in “Organizational Theory and Behaviour” (Boston College - study abroad program in Parma, Italy); 2014, Lecturer in Global Governance (Venice International University, Venice);2010, Lecturer in “Judicial Organization and behaviour” (Faculty of Political Science, University of Bologna, Forlì); Since 2015 lecturer in "Organizational Theory", "Public administration and public policies" (Faculty of Political Science, University of Bologna). Main research interests: Public administration and public polices, Organizational theory and behaviour, International Judicial Networks and Global Governance, Judicial and Anti-Corruption Policies.