Carolina V. Zuccotti’s research currently focuses on the social and spatial integration of migrants and their children in destination societies, as well as on the role of ethnic concentration on different objective and subjective outcomes. Before joining the MPC, she was a Research Fellow for a project on youth unemployment at the University of Brighton.
She holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences (European University Institute) and has participated in several research projects at various institutions in Argentina and Europe, including the University of Buenos Aires, the Free University of Amsterdam and the London School of Economics and Political Science.
- Social inequality and stratification
- Migration and ethnicity
- Urban studies
- Quantitative methods
LanguagesSpanish, Italian, English
The challenges in asylum and migration policy require a comprehensive approach with broad support by all EU member states. In our assessment report we propose a strategy based on the concept of ‘flexible solidarity’.
How does ethnicity, gender and parental household’s employment status affect young people’s educational and labor market outcomes? This article compares youth probabilities of becoming NEET (not in employment, education or training) in the UK.
The paper compares the social mobility and status attainment of first and second-generation Turks in nine Western European countries with those of Western European natives and with those of Turks in Turkey.