Gemma Scalise is Max Weber fellow at the European University Institute and research fellow at the Department of Political and Social Science of the University of Florence. She holds a PhD in Sociology and a Master of the Arts in Political Science from the University of Florence. Her research interests focus on EU policies on labour market and social inclusion and their impact on the national and regional levels of regulation. In 2014-2016 she has co-coordinated with Luigi Burroni the European project “Active Inclusion and Industrial relations from a multi-level governance perspective (Airmulp)” funded by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. Thanks to this comparative research experience, in 2015-2016 she conducted three empirical case studies in Spain, France and Sweden. In 2015 she was a visiting scholar at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Her latest publications include: 2017, Quando gli attori contano. Agency, eredità storiche e istituzioni nei modelli di capitalismo, in Stato e Mercato, n. 109, co-author: Luigi Burroni; 2016, Europeanisation and inequalities. Reconstructing social citizenship from below, in Società Mutamento Politica, vol. 7, n. 13, co-author: Laura Leonardi; 2015, The narrative construction of the European identity. Meanings of Europe “from below”, in European Societies, vol. 17, issue 4; 2014, Re-embedding European Social Citizenship through Cosmopolitanism, in Partecipazione e conflitto, vol. 8, n. 3, co-author: Laura Leonardi.

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