in Europa nonostante tutto. Ed: M. Ferrera with P. Marchetti i A. Calabrò, A. Martinelli, A. Padoa Schioppa, La nave di Teseo, Milano, 2019  
Matsaganis M. (2019). The transformations of welfare in Greece. In: Welfare and the Great recession: a comparative study ( edited by s. Olaffson, M. Daly, O. Kangas, J. Paime). Oxford: Oxfrod University Press.
M. Ferrera, Social policy in the European Union: state of play 2018, pp. 17-33
Sabato S. and Corti F. (2018). "The times they are a-changin'?' The European pillar of social rights from debates to reality check" in  book: Social Policy in the European Union: state of the play 2018, Publisher: European Trade Union Institute and European Social Observatory, pp.51 - 70 This chapter is available at the following link:'The_times_they_are_a-changin''_The_European_pillar_of_social_rights_from_debates_to_reality_check
Miglio, A. (2018). Differentiated integration and the principle of loyalty. European Constitutional Law Review,14(3), 475-498. doi:10.1017/S1574019618000275 This book chapter can be read using the following attachment

Southern Europe

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Matsaganis M., Southern Europe. In: Income, wealth, consumption, wellbeing and inequality developments- The volume on Europe (edited by G. Fisher, R. strauss). Oxford: Oxford University Press (fortcoming)
Pansardi P., A "more political" leadership for the President of the Commission? A mixed Methods language-based analysis, in J. Hien and C. Joerges (eds), Responses of European Economic cultures to Europes's Crisis Politics: The Example of German-Italian Discrepancies. European University Institute: Florence, 2018, pp 201-213
Miglio, A. (2018). Solidarity in EU Asylum and Migration Law: A Crisis Management Tool or a Structural Principle? In E. Kuzelewska, A. Weatherburn, & D. Kloza (Eds.), Irregular Migration as a Challenge for Democracy (pp. 23-50). Intersentia. doi:10.1017/9781780687025.004 SUMMARY In recent years, the European Union (EU) has arguably been experiencing the deepest crisis in its history. The most acute phase of the economic and sovereign debt crisis had just been overcome, when a new crisis, driven by the increased fiow of migrants and asylum seekers from the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean coasts, exposed the weaknesses of the European asylum system and led to an unprecedented level of confrontation between the Member States. The two crises are not only interconnected, but also share some common features and raise similar concerns. The crisis of sovereign debt and the ensuing threat to the common currency have revealed the deep fiaws existing in the architecture of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and led to mounting dissatisfaction with EU policies among European citizens. In some Member States, the EU is viewed as responsible for detested austerity, shrinking budgets and ultimately the demise of the welfare state, whilst in others financial solidarity is fiercely contested as an unacceptable challenge to the principle of democracy. Looking at the migration crisis and its perception in public opinion offers an equally depressing picture. The crisis has exposed a failure in the governance of migration and generated a widespread sense of insecurity, prompting calls for border closure and repatriation of powers. The EU ' s intervention has been perceived as ineffective in the control of the external borders and in aiding the Member States in the allocation and reception of asylum seekers. Both the sovereign debt crisis and the migration crisis can be explained as the product of a ‘perfect storm’, a combination of external events, incorrect behaviours and ill-designed legal rules. The reason why they are so concerning, however, is that they also question some of the foundational values that are supposed to be shared within the Union, solidarity in the first place. Against this background, the present chapter aims to assess the role of the principle of solidarity in the context of EU migration and asylum policies. At the outset, by briefiy sketching the evolution of references to solidarity in the EU Treaties, it shows that solidarity has emerged as a legal principle capable of imposing obligations (section 2). This book chapter can be read at the following link:  
Ferrera M., Verso l'unione sociale europea:un'agenda per un'ue più coesa e sociale, in Europa Nonostante tutto, 28/03/2019, La nave di teseo, 
Ferrera M., Le politiche per il lavoro e l’occupazione: i connotati dell’Europa sociale,  in Europa. Un'utopia in costruzione, 01/01/2018, Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 

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