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Paola Bruni

Paola Bruni (IT)

EU Public Management


Field of specialisation

Project Cycle Management; EU project monitoring and evaluation; Public administration policies; European Neighbourhood Policy; Instruments for Pre-Accession Assistance; EU macro-regional strategies

Professional experience

Paola Bruni is a researcher at EIPA. She is currently involved in the implementation of seminars and technical assistance services for several Italian Institutions such as the Department of European Affairs of the Council of Ministers and the National Institute for Microfinance. She is also supporting the EIPA team in charge for the management and implementation of the EU Commission framework contract ‘Lot 2’, which concerns the provision of consultancy services to support learning and development of staff employed by the European Union institutions, bodies and agencies. In the last years, she contributed to the implementation of tailored study visits, consultancy & research activities, as well as trainings at EIPA.

Paola was involved in the design, development and implementation of a comparative research analyses for the Dutch Ministry of Interior on the topic of pay system of top level managers all over Europe in the public and semipublic sector.

She has a second level Master degree from the School of Government at LUISS University of Rome (IT), specializing in International Public Affairs. She also holds two Bachelor degrees, one in European Studies from the La Sapienza University of Rome, and one in International Relations from the University of Political Science in Perugia. In 2008, she completed a traineeship at the Regional Office for Europe in Marche (IT), dealing with the management of European projects and funds.


Based in Maastricht
+ 31 43 32 96 266



Commissioned studies / reports

Bruni, P. (2017), The Regulation of Executive Pay in the Public and Semi-Public Sector across the European Union, EIPA 2017/1, 94 pp. The study has been conducted upon the request of the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations by the European Institute of Public Administration of Maastricht.