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Tommaso Grossi
Policy Analyst
Tommaso Grossi is a Policy Analyst in the Social Europe and Well-Being Programme at the European Policy Centre. Before joining the EPC, he worked at Fondazione Brodolini researching the impact of digital economy on European labour markets and industrial relations. He contributed to evaluations and impact assessments on topics such as social protection, labour rights, and inequality.

His research interests include: the digital economy, economic governance and international politics, the welfare state, and the impact of inequality and austerity measures on political processes. His articles on these topics have been featured in several Italian newspapers and media outlets.

He holds a MSc in Inequalities from the London School of Economics, an MA in International Politics from SOAS University, and a BA from the University of Rome in European history, cultures and politics

PROGRAMME

Social Europe and Well-Being

PROJECTs

Areas of expertise

Labour rights, inequality, the digital economy,  economic governance,  international politics,  social protection and the welfare state

Current positions

Policy Analyst

Education

BA from the University of Rome in European cultures and Politics. 
MSc in Inequalities from the London School of Economics, an MA in International Politics from SOAS University

Languages

Italian, English, and French

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Publications

Social EU / EXTERNAL PUBLICATION
The Social Pillar and the future of the EU Social Agenda
By Laura Rayner , Tommaso Grossi , Danielle Brady , Xheimina Dervishi - 12/02/2024
Social Protection / DISCUSSION PAPER
Regulating platform work: How will this impact migrant workers?
By Tommaso Grossi , Andreina De Leo - 22/05/2023
Social EU / DISCUSSION PAPER
The European Pillar of Social Rights: Five years on
By Laura Rayner , Tommaso Grossi , Danielle Brady , Victoria Pedjasaar - 20/12/2022
Social EU / JUBILEE THINK PIECE
Europe’s power is built upon its social contract
By Laura Rayner , Tommaso Grossi - 28/11/2022
Italy / OP-ED
Italy’s technocratic anomaly
By Francesco De Angelis , Tommaso Grossi - 25/07/2022


Contributions

Economic governance / DISCUSSION PAPER
Revised EU economic governance: Are the European Commission’s proposals socially just and environmentally sustainable?
Tommaso Grossi, Laura Rayner and Alessandro Liscai published a paper with SOLIDAR on the need to revise the EU's economic governance for a more just and environmentally sustainable Union. 

Read the paper here.

Revised EU economic governance: Are the European Commission’s proposals socially just and environmentally sustainable?
02 November 2023 - ,
SOLIDAR
Italy / INTERVIEW
Italy’s far-right Premier Meloni defies fears of harming democracy and clashing with the EU
Tommaso Grossi was interviewed by the Associated Press on Meloni's government in Italy and her role in the EU. 

Read the article here.

Italy’s far-right Premier Meloni defies fears of harming democracy and clashing with the EU
18 October 2023 - ,
Associated Press
Italy / ARTICLE
Can Elly Schlein Pull Italy to the Left?
Tommaso Grossi wrote an article with Niccolò Barca on the leader of Italy's Democratic Party (PD), Elly Schlein, her political agenda, and prospects for success in Italian politics. 

The article was published by The Nation and is available here.

Can Elly Schlein Pull Italy to the Left?
17 April 2023 - ,
The Nation



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