Leonardo Baccini is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at McGill University. He earned his M.A. in Economics from the University of Florence, M.A. in International Relations from the University of Bologna, and Ph.D. in Political Science from Trinity College Dublin.
Professor Baccini researches international political economy and comparative political economy with a focus on trade, development, and international organizations.
Baccini, Leonardo, Laura Sudulich, and Matthew Wall. “Internet Effects in Times of Political Crisis Online Newsgathering and Attitudes toward the European Union.” Public Opinion Quarterly 80.2 (2016): 411-436.
Baccini, Leonardo, and Johannes Urpelainen. “International Institutions and Domestic Politics: Can Preferential Trading Agreements Help Leaders Promote Economic Reform?.” The Journal of Politics 76.01 (2014): 195-214.
Baccini, Leonardo, and Soo Yeon Kim. “Preventing Protectionism: International Institutions and Trade Policy.” The Review of International Organizations 7.4 (2012): 369-398.