Maurizio Carbone is Professor of International Relations & Development and Jean Monnet Professor of EU External Policies in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow. He has previously taught at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Duke University, and has held visiting research positions at the University of Cambridge, University of Cologne, Sciences Po Paris, European University Institute, University of Canterbury in New Zealand, and Université Libre de Bruxelles.
Professor Carbone has published on the external relations of the European Union, foreign aid, the politics of international development, as well as European and Italian politics in numerous peer reviewed journals such as Journal of International Development, Third World Quarterly, International Relations, Journal of European Integration, and West European Politics. Among his recent books are: The European Union and International Development: The Politics of Foreign Aid (Routledge, 2007), Policy Coherence and EU Development Policy (ed., Routledge, 2009), The European Union in Africa: Incoherent Policies, Asymmetrical Partnership, Declining Relevance? (ed., Manchester University Press, 2013), The Trade-Development Nexus in the European Union: Differentiation, coherence and norms (ed. with Jan Orbie, Routledge, 2014).
Professor Carbone is the founding editor of Contemporary Italian Politics, a peer-reviewed journal published by Taylor & Francis (Routledge).