Before joining CEPS, Mattia Di Salvo completed a B.Sc. in Economics and Finance at Bocconi University in Milan and a M.Sc. in Economics and Business – International Economics at Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam. During his master, he had the opportunity to analyse the dynamics behind international business and competition, economic growth, poverty and inequality. Among his research interests there are International Trade, Economic Development and Growth, and Regulation and Competition. His main focus within the MEDAM project is the EU migration and asylum policy.
- EU migration policy
- International economics
- Applied econometrics
- International trade and development
- Regulatory impact assessment
- Field experiment
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’.