Research Fellow, University of Brighton, UK PhD in Political Science, University of Geneva MA, Department of Political Science University of Bologna BA, Translating and Interpreting, University of Venice Margherita's recent research interests have touched upon active labour market policies at the European and local level. She has carried out various research projects on youth employment, educational and training systems, transition systems between school and the labour market in Europe and at the national level from a qualitative and quantitative perspective. Her research interests also include local welfare policies and their implementation processes from a theoretical and empirical approach. Recent works deal in particular with active labour market policies with a focus on young people (youth guarantee) in a comparative perspective and trade unions’ involvement in (active) labour market policies. She is currently working in the Horizon2020 project NEGOTIATE on early-job insecurity in Europe (https://blogg.hioa.no/negotiate/).
Areas of activity
School-to-work transitions, education and skills policies, labour market developments