18 January 2019

Robotisation, europeanisation and minimum income

By Luis Moreno Fernandez

This contribution focuses on the impact that robotisation is already having on labour markets worldwide and its implications for EU welfare concerning unemployment protection/insurance, and the eventual implementation of minimum income schemes.

Policy focus
17 January 2019

Mass Vs Elites #1: the mission of the EU

By Alessandro Pellegata and Francesco Visconti

Ensuring fiscal stability or social protection. What should the top priority for the EU be?

Survey data
14 January 2019

The European Pillar of Social Rights: ten arguments for prioritising principle 14 on minimum incomes

By Bea Cantillon

The ethical program of the Union should be guided by the principle that everyone is entitled to an adequate minimum income. The time has come to proclaim that a European compact on minimum incomes is not only possible and, desirable, but actually necessary.

Special Issue
European Social Union: a public forum debate
European Social Union: a public forum debate

European Social Union: a public forum debate

A set of articles authored by high-level academic figures deals with the establishment of the European Social Union (ESU) from a policy and normative perspective. The aim of this issue is to let the debate on the potentialities of ESU emerge during the run-up to the next European elections of May 2019.

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Analyses
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Special Podcast
Special Podcast

Special Podcast | The REScEU élite survey

In this podcast episode, Alessandro Pellegata (University of Milan) discusses some of the preliminary results of the REScEU élite survey.

The podcast was produced by the Brussels-based audio and podcast agency, Bulle Media.

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Infographic series
Infographic series

Mass Vs Elites: the REScEU survey

This infographic series presents the main results obtained from an elite survey conducted in the framework of the ERC funded REScEU project. The aim of the survey was to understand MPs' attitudes towards policies and initiatives aimed at strengthening the social dimension of the EU and understand their views about the nature of the multifaceted European crisis.

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MEPs on Twitter : tracking politics online in the run-up to the 2019 European elections

In the run-up to the 2019 European elections, EuVisions kicked off a special project centred around the current members of the EU Parliament. Out of a total number of 750 MEPs, we are tracking the online activity of 666 deputies on Twitter, through their profiles. Currently, we are collecting all the tweets sent by MEPs, as well as, the reactions to the former, in terms of retweets and replies.

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