Areas of Expertise
Committee of the RegionsCouncil of Ministers (Council of the EU)European Central BankEuropean CommissionEuropean CouncilEuropean ParliamentEconomic and Monetary policy (and EMU)Euro / EurozoneEuropean Citizenship and IdentityImplementation of EU LawLegislative ProceduresDivision of competencesEU - the basics; or How Does the EU Work?Europe of the RegionsLegitimacy of the EU
Country of residence
Online Academic Profile
Diane Fromage has written several blogposts on topics related to EMU, national parliaments, fiscal councils and accountability in a democratic system.
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- Spanish (native)
- Italian (functional working profeciency)
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Diane Fromage has been Assistant Professor in EU Law since September 2015. She was previously a Max Weber Postdoctoral fellow in Law at the European University Institute of Florence, Italy. She obtained her PhD in November 2013 from the Universities of Pavia (Italy) and Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain). Her research focuses on National and Regional parliaments in the European Union and, more generally, on any topic related to parliaments in the EU, such as interparliamentary cooperation. She recently started looking at independent fiscal institutions too. She has also a specific interest for institutional matters in the EU and in a comparative constitutional perspective.