Elisabetta was a visiting fellow at the EU Centre in September 2012. She presented a seminar titled “Is cross-border governance emerging at the border between Italy-Slovenia?”.
Dr Elisabetta Nadalutti is an Erasmus Mundus postdoctoral researcher in European and Asia-Pacific studies at ANU Centre for European Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra. She holds a PhD and a MA (Hons) degree from the University of Bath and BA (Hons) degree from the University of Udine (Italy).
Her research interests are focused primarily on issues of governance, citizenship and identity in cross-border areas. She has conducted research on the impact of the European integration process in relation to civil-society mobilisation and identity construction. She has presented at numerous international conferences and has published academic articles in a range of social and interdisciplinary journals.
During her time with the EU Centre, Elisabetta presented a seminar titled “Is cross-border governance emerging at the border between Italy-Slovenia?”. At this presentation, Elisabetta analysed the implications of cross-border activities on patterns of integration and governance in cross-border regions following the implementation of EU cross-border cooperation programs and Regulation 1082/2006 (i.e. European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation).
She focused on cross-border governance between Italy and Slovenia and investigated the impact on the governance of the border by emerging and strengthening regional factors.
Is Cross-Border Governance Emerging over the Border between Italy and Slovenia (as published in the Journal of Contemporary European Studies Vol. 20, No. 2, 181–97), August 2012