WORKING PAPERS
The final scientific Report of REScEU is available for the download.
Ferrera, M. e A. Pellegata. “Can Economic and Social Europe Be Reconciled? Mass-Elite Differences in Attitudes toward Integration and Solidarity”
F. Costamagna, The Revision of The Posted Workers Directive as a Meaningful Way to curb Regulatory Competition in the Social domain?, STALS Research Paper
F. Costamagna, The Revision of The Posted Workers Directive as a Meaningful Way to curb Regulatory Competition in the Social domain?, STALS Research Paper
A. Miglio, Reverse Qualified Majority Vote in Post-Crisi EU economic governance: a circumvention of institutional balance?, Working Paper RescEU
Vesan, P., Corti F. & Sabato, S, Analyzing the Social Dimension of the european Semester: a Neo-Weberian Account, REScEU WP (Will be submitted to JCMS)
Madama I., 2019. Enhancing the Visibility of Social Europe: a Practical Agenda for " The Last Mile", in Debating European Citizenship, edited by R. Baubock, springer Verlag, 2019. ISBN 9783319899053, pp 261-266
Madama, I. and Jessoula, M. Accommodating EU's influence vs Protecting National Sovereignty. The Fight against Poverty in Italy and Germany at the time of "Europe 2020", in Hien J. and Jorges, c. (eds), Responses of European Economic Cultures to Europe's Crisis Politics: The Example of German-Italian discrepancies, e-Book of the Robert Schumann Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute
Visconti F., Attitudes towards EU and solidarity REScEU Working Paper Series (ISSN 2531-9159), Department of Social and Political Sciences, Università degli Studi di Milano, October 2018
Visconti F, A dimensional analysis of the four conflicts using REcEU 2016 mass survey attitudinal data, REScEU Working Paper Series (ISSN 2531-9159), Department of Social and Political Sciences, Università degli Studi di Milano, May 2018

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