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Giampiero Giacomello

Associate Professor

Department of Political and Social Sciences

Academic discipline: SPS/04 Political Science


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Publications prior to 2004

  • “Perché i conflitti sono dimenticati?” in Caritas Italiana (a cura di Paolo Beccegato, e Walter Nanni), I Conflitti Dimenticati, Milano: Feltrinelli (2003).
  • “Europe Whole and Undivided? Prospects for Cooperation with Balkan Europe”, in Stefano Bianchini e R. Craig Nation (eds) The Yugoslav Conflict and Its Implications for International Relations, Ravenna: Longo Editore, (1998) 175—194.
  • (with Jonathan Cooper) “Italy”, in C. Brewster et al. (eds), The European Human Resources Management Guide, London: Academic Press, (1991).
  • (2003) (with Lucio Picci) “My Scale or Your Meter? Evaluating Methods to Measure the Internet”, Information Economics and Policy, 15: 363—383.
  • (2003) “The Political ‘Complications’ of Digital Information Networks: A Reply to The Politics of Bandwidth”, Review of International Studies, 29(1): 139—143.
  • (with Fernando Mendez) (2001) “Cuius Regio, Eius Religio, Omnium Spatium? State Sovereignty in the Age of the Internet”, Special Issue: The Internet and the Changing Face of International Relations and Security, Information and Security 7: 15-27 < >.
  • (2000) “Who is Big Brother? National Government and the Regulation of the Internet”, International Journal of Communication Law and Policy, 5 (Summer) < >.

  • (with Martin Dahl) (2000) “Simulating Europe. A Role Play Simulation of the EU Council of Ministers”, EUI Working Paper SPS n. 2000/1, June, European University Institute, Firenze.
  • (1999) “Taming the Net? The Issue of Government Control on the Internet”, Swiss Political Science Review, 5(2): 116—122.
  • (1995) "The Alliance That Has Come of Age", Peace Research, 26(4).
  • (with Enrico Magnani) (1993) “Italy's Peace-Keeping Operations: A Brief Historical Outline”, Peace Research, 25(4).
  • (with Enrico Magnani) (1993) “The Orphans of the Cold War”, Peace Research, 25(1).