Giulio Marini is a researcher on CGHE’s local higher education engagement research programme and global higher education engagement research programme.
Giulio’s research looks at governance of higher education, and careers and working conditions in academia.
He has previously worked at Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa (Italy), CIPES, Porto (Portugal), The National Research Council (Italy) and Sapienza University (Italy), where he got his PhD in Methodology for Social Sciences.
He also was visiting PhD student at Carlos III, Madrid (Spain) and LSE (London) and Post Doc visiting at Autonoma University of Madrid (Spain).
- Are EU university academics leaving the UK because of Brexit?
- International co-authorships and the role of the European Union as a funder: an Eastern European perspective
- The gender promotion gap in Italy
- Universities under transformation in Europe: reflections on institutional autonomy and international comparisons
- Determining PhD holders’ salaries in social sciences and humanities: ‘impact’ counts
CGHE research projects
- The future higher education workforce in locally and globally engaged HEIs
- Pathways to personal and public good: understanding access to, student experiences of, and outcomes from South African undergraduate higher education
Select recent publications
- New promotions patterns in Italian universities: less seniority and more productivity? Data from ASN
Higher Education, 2016
- Is new public management redefining professional boundaries and changing power relations within higher education institutions?
European Journal of Higher Education Area, 2016
- How does collegiality survive in managerially-led universities? Evidence from a European survey
European Journal of Higher Education, 2015
- Italy’s new requirements for academic careers: the new habilitation and its worthiness
Ceris Working Papers, nº3-2014 ISSN (online): 2036-8216
- European universities as complete organizations? Understanding identity, hierarchy and rationality in public organizations
Public Management Review, 2014