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Paolo Ruspini (PhD, Milan) is Senior researcher at the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the University of Lugano (USI) since February 2008. He has also been Associate Fellow at the Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations (CRER) of the University of Warwick for the last ten years. A political scientist, he has been researching issues of international and European migration and integration since 1997 with a comparative approach and by drawing on policy and qualitative analyses. The geographical focus of his research spans from Western to Central and South-Eastern Europe and covers also the post-Soviet migration space with emphasis on the dynamics and multimodal character of migration flows in a changing policy context. He has been working in many collaborative projects at national and European level and he is active in research networks regarding international migration and social cohesion like the IMISCOE as well as being advisor for national and international organizations (e.g. the Council of Europe, the European Commission, ICMPD).
In the year 2001, Ruspini received a Marie Curie post-doctoral fellowship for his project “Living on the Edge: Irregular Migrants in Europe” (2001-2002) and he also received a German Marshall Fund and other smaller grants for holding the position of principal investigator at CRER for the research project in collaboration with the Centre of Migration Research of Warsaw University, “In Search for a New Europe: Contrasting Migratory Experiences” (2001-2005). Paolo Ruspini was visiting scholar at the Mershon Center for Education, Ohio State University (1998) and worked for the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (1995-1996). He combines research activities with routine lectures in a number of universities and international institutions. Besides a significant number of papers which he contributed to international conferences, he is also the author of various publications on migration.
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