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SOUSA , Luís Manuel Macedo Pinto de

NAME: Luís Manuel Macedo Pinto
SURNAME: DE SOUSA
BIRTH DATE: 10 May 1973
NATIONALITY: Portuguese (born in Mozambique)
I.D. Nº: 10 12 96 33

TERM ADDRESS: CIES - Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia
Edifício ISCTE
Av. das Forças Armadas
1649-026 Lisboa
Portugal
Tel: (00 351) 21 790 32 94
Fax: (00 351) 21 794 00 74
E-mail: luis.sousa@iscte.pt


EDUCATION:
• 2002, Ph.D. in Social and Political Sciences of the European University Institute (Florence - Italy) awarded on 12 July 2002, following public defence of a thesis entitled Corruption: Assessing Ethical Standards in Political Life through Control Policies. The thesis was written under the supervision of Prof. Yves Mény and defended before an international Examining Board composed as follows: Prof. Philippe Schmitter (European University Institute, Chairman), Prof. Yves Mény (European University Institute, Supervisor), Prof. Donatella della Porta (Università degli Studi di Firenze), Prof. Manuel Villaverde Cabral (ICS, Univ. of Lisbon);
• 1995-1996, M.Phil. International Relations, Centre for International Studies, University of Cambridge, England. The dissertation presented was entitled: The Institutionalisation of the CPLP: political and strategic/diplomatic developments in the Lusophony;
• 1991-1995, MA (Honours) in Political Studies, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. The degree dissertation was entitled: Quo Vadis Europa? - A Critical Analysis of Post-1945 European Integration.


SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS AND PRIZES:
• 2004, award by the President of the Portuguese Republic during the 30th Anniversary Official Celebrations of the 25 April 1974 Revolution;
• 2003, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Prize “Programa Estímulo à Investigação”;
• 2002-(postponed), post-doctoral research grant awarded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia;
• 1999-2002, doctoral research grant awarded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia;
• 1998-1999, third year grant awarded by the European University Institute as part of the doctoral programme in social and political sciences;
• 1996-1998, grant awarded by the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the doctoral programme in social and political sciences at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy;
• 1995-1996, grant awarded by the Cambridge European Trust;
• 1991-1995, grant awarded by the Scottish Office Educational Department for the completion of an undergraduate degree at the University of Aberdeen.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND ACADEMIC CAREER:
• from September 2004 until January 2005, ARC Research Associate, Political Science Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra;
• Assistant Professor at the Master of Political Science, ISCTE, 2004;
• Guest speaker at the Master of African Studies, ISCTE, 16 March 2004;
• since 1 October 2002, auxiliary research at the CIES - Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia, ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal;
• from 1 October 1998 to 30 June 2002, research assistant to Prof. Yves Mény, President of the European University Institute, Florence, Italy;
• from 15 June to 31 August 1998, external collaborator to the project on Populism directed by Prof. Yves Mény, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies – EUI;
• 1993-6, chancellery and administrative assistance provided to the Cônsul-Geral Honorário da República de Moçambique no Porto e Zona Norte de Portugal, mainly in the areas of trade/investment promotion and cultural/scientific relations;
• 1991-93, summer part-time assistant to a law firm in Oporto (Escritório de Advogados do Porto).


PUBLICATIONS, WORKING AND CONFERENCE PAPERS:
2005 - (Guest-speaker) ‘Velhas práticas, novas exigências: algumas considerações sobre a corrupção e seu controlo no sector privado’ paper presented at XII Conferência Nacional do IPAI, Auditoria Interna e Responsabilidade Social, Lisbon, 23 November (forthcoming);
- ‘Institutional responses to corruption: some general considerations about the role of Anti-Corruption Agencies (ACAs)’ paper presented at the First Global International Studies Conference to be held in Istanbul at Bilgi University, 24 – 27 August 2005;
- ‘A Universidade Europeia e o debate sobre a Constituição: entrevistas com Yves Mény, Philippe Schmitter e Bruno de Witte’, Relações Internacionais, No. 7, September: 97-120;
- ‘TI in search of a constituency: the franchising of the global anti-corruption movement’ Policy & Governance Discussion Papers, APSEG, The Australian National University, available online:
http://apseg.anu.edu.au/degrees/pogo/discussion_papers/PDP05-14.pdf;
- ‘Challenges to political financing regulation: sound external monitoring/enforcement and sensible internal party accountability’ Policy & Governance Discussion Papers, APSEG, The Australian National University, available online:
http://apseg.anu.edu.au/degrees/pogo/discussion_papers/PDP05-12.pdf;
- ‘Challenges to political financing regulation: sound external monitoring/enforcement and sensible internal party accountability’ paper presented at the international conference Corruption Control in Political Life and the Quality of Democracy: A Comparative Perspective Europe – Latin America, organized by Luís de Sousa and Andrés Malamud under the ELARP - Europe and Latin America research Program (http://home.iscte.pt/~ansmd/ELARP.htm), CIES/ISCTE, Lisbon, 19-20 May;
- ‘Inovar a Democracia em Portugal’ in G. Cardoso (ed.) Inovar Portugal. 20 ideias para 2020, Lisboa: Campo das Letras;
- ‘Reacções da opinião pública à corrupção e descontentamento com a democracia’ in J.M.L. Viegas, A.C. Pinto and S. Faria (eds.) Democracia: novos desafios e novos horizontes. Oeiras: Celta, 277-302;
2004 - ‘The regulation of conflicts of interest in parliament: the case of the Portuguese Assembleia da República’ Policy & Governance Discussion Papers, APSEG, The Australian National University, available online:
http://apseg.anu.edu.au/degrees/pogo/discussion_papers/PDP04-9.pdf;
- ‘Country Reports on Political Corruption and Party Financing- Portugal’, Transparency International, Berlin: 8 December 2004, electronic resource, http://admin.corisweb.org/files/PORTUGAL11102525287.DOC
- ‘Defining corruption’ seminar presented at the Corruption and Anti-Corruption Course, organized by The Australian National University (APSEG) and the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), Canberra, 2 November 2004 (also member of the Course Evaluation Board);
- (co-authored with Andrés Malamud) ‘Regional Parliaments in Europe and Latin America: Between Empowerment and Irrelevance’, paper presented at the Fifth Pan-European Conference of the Standing Group on International Relations (SGIR), (ECPR), The Hague, Netherlands, September 9-11, 2004. A revised version was presented at the XXV Latin American Studies Association Congress (LASA2004), Las Vegas, Nevada, October 7-9, 2004.
- ‘25 de Abril: 30 anos depois’ in 25 de Abril – Os desafios para Portugal nos próximos 30 anos, (Comissão das Comemorações dos 30 anos do 25 de Abril, Presidência do Conselho de Ministros), Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional;
- ‘Enforcing standards of financial propriety to political parties: the case of Portugal’, paper presented at the workshop Tackling corruption in politics: Enforcement of campaign finance regulations organised by TI-France and the Council of Europe, Paris, 27-28 May 2004;
- ‘Ethics inside party organisations’ paper presented at the Second Meeting of the Portuguese Political Science Association, Lisbon, 19-20 Janeiro 2004;
- ‘The regulation of political financing in Portugal: a political and historical analysis’, West European Politics, January, 27(1), 124-145;
2003 - (in collaboration with Gustavo Cardoso) Country Report on e-Democracy in Portugal as part of an European project entitled “Evaluation of the Use of New Technologies in Order to Facilitate Democracy in Europe: E-democratizing the Parliaments and Parties in Europe”, directed by Trechsel A., R. Kies, F. Mendez, and P. Schmitter (2003), STOA (Scientific and Technological Option Assessment), European Parliament, Directorate-General for Research;
- ‘Public opinion reactions to corruption and dissatisfaction with democracy in Europe’, paper prepared for the international conference “Democracy: New Challenges, New Horizons” organised by José M. L. Viegas (ISCTE), António Costa Pinto (ICS/UL and ISCTE) and Sérgio Faria (CIES/ISCTE), under the auspices of UNICS – ISCTE, Lisbon, 8-9 May;
2002 - ‘Hard responses to corruption: Penal standards and the repression of corruption in Britain, France and Portugal’, Crime, Law and Social Change, October, 38(3), 267-294;
2001 - ‘Corrupção, ética de governo e eleitores: Algumas reflexões sobre o impacto da corrupção e impropriedade, como ‘voting issue’, durante a queda das maiorias Social-Democrata e Conservadora em Portugal (1995) e no Reino Unido (1997)’ in APCP/Braga da Cruz (eds.) A Reforma do Estado em Portugal – Problemas e Perspectivas [Actas do I Encontro Nacional de Ciência Política], Lisboa, Bizâncio;
- ‘O financiamento da política em Portugal: da regra à ética’, Boletim da Fundação Transparência Internacional – Portugal, No. 0, 29-33;
- ‘Regulating conflicts of interest in parliament by placing legal constraints on MPs the cases of Britain, France and Portugal’, paper prepared for the ECPR workshop on “Corruption, Scandal and the Contestation of Governance in Europe”, 6-11 April 2001, Grenoble, France;
- ‘Corruption and Parties in Portugal’, West European Politics, 24(1), January, 157-180.
2000 - (in collaboration with Yves Mény) ‘Corruption Political/Public Aspects’ in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, New York, Pergamon/Elsevier.
1999 - ‘Corruption, Elections & Voters - An assessment on the impact of corruption as a voting issue in Britain and Portugal during the downfall of the Social-democrat and Conservative majorities’, paper prepared for the First Meeting of The Portuguese Political Science Association, Lisbon, Gulbenkian, 9-10 December;
- (in collaboration with Yves Mény) ‘Corruption’ in Association d’Economie Financière (eds.), Rapport Moral sur l’Argent dans le Monde 1999, Paris: Montchrestien, 137-144;
- ‘Corruption and Parties in Portugal’, EUI Working Paper, RSC No. 99/29;
- ‘Corruption and Parties in Portugal’, paper prepared for the conference on “Political Parties and Corruption” organised by Donatella della Porta (Università degli Studi di Firenze) and Arnold J. Heidenheimer (Washington University) with the collaboration of the Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute, Florence, 18-20 March.
1998 - ‘Corruption Control in Britain, France, Spain and Portugal’ in ECPR News, 9, 3, 24-26;
- ‘Corrupção e o seu controlo em democracias em transição: o caso de Moçambique’, paper prepared for the international conference “Ética e Transparência” organised by the Federation for Portuguese Culture with the collaboration of Transparency International, Porto, 22-25 April.
1995 - ‘As Nações Unidas para a Paz e Desenvolvimento: Uma Sinopse da Acção Internacional da O.N.U. Pós-1945’, paper prepared for the competition “Paz e Desenvolvimento - Prémio Boutros Boutros-Ghali” organised by the U.N. Information Centre in Portugal as part of the commemorations for the 50th Anniversary of the UN.

EDITING:
2001 - Contribution to the editing of the book entitled Democracies and the Populist Challenge by Yves Mény and Yves Surel (eds.), London: Palgrave/MacMillan 2002;
2000 - Contribution to the editing of the book Par le Peuple, pour le peuple - Le populisme et les démocraties by Yves Mény and Yves Surel, Paris: éditions Fayard 2000;
1999 - Contribution to the editing of the book Progressive governance for the XXI century Conference proceedings, Florence, 20th and 21st November 1999 by the European University Institute and New York University School of Law, Florence: European University Institute 1999;
- Contribution to the editing of the RSC Self-Assessment Report 1993-1999, Robert Schuman Centre - European University Institute, Doc. IUE 45/99 (CR2) - April 1999.

RESEARCH PROJECTS:
2005 - Director of the research project Corruption and Ethics in Democracy: the case of Portugal funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (Portuguese grant award body) under the POCTI;
2004 - O(s) Povo(s), o Parlamento e a Constituição: O Futuro da Representação Democrática na Nova Construção Política da União Europeia funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation under the “Programa Estímulo à Investigação”;
2003 - (together with Andrés Malamud) coordinator of the Europe and Latin America Research Program (ELARP).

ORGANIZATION OF CONFERENCES:
2005 - Director of the international conference Corruption Control in Political Life and the Quality of Democracy: A Comparative Perspective Europe – Latin America, organized by Luís de Sousa and Andrés Malamud under the ELARP - Europe and Latin America research Program (http://home.iscte.pt/~ansmd/ELARP.htm), ISCTE, Lisbon, 19-20 May;
- Coordinator of the international seminar Dinâmicas Políticas, Corrupção na Justiça e Financiamento Político em Moçambique, organized by Luís de Sousa (CIES/ELARP), ISCTE, 18 May.

MEMBERSHIP IN EDITORIAL, ACADEMIC AND ADVISORY BOARDS:
2002 - Member of the Advisory and Scientific Committees of CIES - Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia, ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal;
- Referee and member of the Editorial Board of Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, CIES - Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia, ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal;
1995 - Member of the General Council, University of Aberdeen.

CONSULTING:
2006 - (forthcoming) Lead social scientist for the Project “Presidenciais 2006” about campaign expenditure monitoring in presidential elections, commissioned by the Political Financing Agency (Entidade das Contas e Financiamentos Políticos) of the Portuguese Constitutional Court;
2005 - Expert adviser for the Country Report on Mozambique as part of the project entitled Integrity in Reconstruction Corruption, Effectiveness and Sustainability in Post-War Countries directed by Fredrik Galtung and Martin Tisné, under the auspices of TIRI (www.tiri.org);
- Lead social scientist for the Project “Autárquicas 2005” about campaign expenditure monitoring in local elections, commissioned by the Political Financing Agency (Entidade das Contas e Financiamentos Políticos) of the Portuguese Constitutional Court;
2003 - Lead social scientist for Global Access in Portugal. Global Access is a new project of the Center for Public Integrity (Washington, DC) designed to track anticorruption and governance trends worldwide and to produce annually updated country reports and scores for the Public Integrity Index – an annual scorecard of national anticorruption environments (http://www.publicintegrity.org/ga/country.aspx?cc=pt);
- Country Report on Party Financing Regulation in Portugal as part of a study on Political Corruption and Party Financing in Western Europe directed and edited by Arnauld Miguet (LSE) under the auspices of Transparency International – UK.

VARIOUS:
• Guest participant at the workshop A Sociedade em Rede e a Economia do Conhecimento: Portugal numa perspectiva Global organised by Manuel Castells and Gustavo Cardoso and promoted by His Excellency the President of the Portuguese Republic, Mr Jorge Sampaio, Lisbon, CCB 5-6 March 2005;
• Participation as an interviewee for the Portuguese case at the European Survey of Expert Rankings of Parties and Policy Dimensions carried out by Michael Laver and Kenneth Benoit from the Department of Political Science, Trinity College, University of Dublin;
• Principal applicant of a Question Module Design Team proposal on Ethics in Changing Democracies presented to the Round II of the European Social Value Survey;
• Rapporteur of the WG on ‘Governance, democracy and new policy responses’, Lisbon Meeting FP6 Priority 7, organised by PRELO – Portuguese Research Liaison Office and the EUA – European University Association, Lisbon 17-18 February 2003;
• Organisation of the First Visit of the President of the European University Institute to Portugal to promote the academic and scientific activities of the EUI and RSCAS in various Portuguese universities;
• Opinion articles and contributions to the Portuguese newspaper Público, Diário de Notícias, Jornal de Notícias, Diário Económico and Notícias Magazine;
• Participation at the international conference “Corruption in Contemporary Politics”, 14-16 November 1996, University of Salford, Manchester - United Kingdom.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
• Corruption control and ethics reform;
• Political system reform;
• Comparative politics and public policies;
• Democracy and e-democracy;
• European governance;
• Corporate governance;
• Regionalisation and interregional cooperation;
• Theories and policies of (regional) integration.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:
• Languages: Fluent English, advanced Italian and good reading knowledge of French and Spanish.
• Computer know-how: Good working knowledge on administrative (MSOffice) and internet programs. Mac and PC user.

OTHER ACTIVITIES/INTERESTS:
• (Independent) Member of the Assembleia Municipal (Local council assembly) of Mirandela, Portugal;
• Member of the Portuguese Political Science Association;
• Member of The Friends of Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge;
• Travelling, art and cultural exchanges;
• Knowledge of music (amateur);
• Sports: football (founding member of the EUI Football Team), basketball, cricket and table tennis.

REFEREE: Prof. Yves Mény
President of the European University Institute
Via dei Roccettini, 9
50016 San Domenico di Fiesole
Florence - Italy
Tel: +39 055 46 85 235/310/311
Fax: +39 055 46 85 312
E-mail: yves.meny@iue.it

Lisbon, 27 December 2005

Por Armando Mansilha

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