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Ilaria Madama


Ilaria Madama

Ilaria Madama, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Political Science at the Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan (Italy). Her main research areas are EU social governance and comparative social policy. Among her recent publications: European Political Economy of Welfare and Labour (2023, forthcoming, with C. De La Porte, in M. Moschella, L. Quaglia, A. Spendzharova (eds.) European political economy. Theoretical Approaches, Issue Areas, and Policy Challenges. Oxford, Oxford University Press); What if? Using counterfactuals to evaluate the effects of structural labour market reforms: evidence from the Italian Jobs Act (2022, with M. Giuliani, in Policy Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01442872.2022.2039385) ; Researching Social Europe on the Move (2022, with C. De La Porte, in M. Yerkes, K. Nelson and R. Nieuwenhuis (eds.), Social Policy in Changing European Societies Research Agendas for the 21st Century Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 136-153; Fighting poverty and Social Exclusion in the EU (Routledge, 2018, co-edited with M. Jessoula); Innovating long-term care policy in Italy from the bottom (with F. Maino, and F. Razetti in Journal of Regional Research, 2019,); The right(s) and minimum income in hard times: Southern and Eastern Europe compared (with M. Natili, M. Jessoula and M. Matsaganis, in European Societies, 2019,).

In AspirE, as part of the Team of the University of Milan, she is involved in research activities carried under WP2, addressing mobility policies at the EU level and MS levels that concern Third Country Nationals (TCNs) such as Southeast and East Asians, dealing with labour migration, tourism, family reunification, student migration.

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