Research Institute on Population and Social Policies

Marco Cellini

IRPPS fellow. You carry out research on democratization processes, the measurement of democracy, inequality and poverty, global governance and European politics.

Roma

mcellini@luiss.it

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Marco Cellini holds a PhD in Political Science at the Free International University of Social Studies (LUISS) Guido Carli in Rome.

He carries out research on democratization processes, the measurement of democracy, inequality and poverty, global governance and European policies.

He is a research fellow at the Research Institute on Population and Social Policies of the National Research Council (IRPPS-CNR, Rome), where he carries out research on European policies in the field of asylum, on global governance and on the relationship between forms of government and economic inequality.

Main publications

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (2018). 'Populism as a New Revolt of the Masses. What Implications for Democratic Politics? '. In Pellegrino G. (ed.) Legitimacy, Democracy and Disagreement. Essay in Honor of Sebastiano Maffettone. pp. 125-137. Rome: LUISS University Press.

• Cellini, M. (2018). 'Addressing the refugee crisis by European citizenship'. In Archibugi, D., and Benli, AE (Eds.). Claiming Citizenship Rights in Europe: Emerging Challenges and Political Agents. pp. 29-46. London: Routledge.

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (2017). The Internal and External Levers to Achieve Global Democracy. Global Politics, 8 (S6), 65–77. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/1758-5899.12490.

• Cellini, M. (2017). Filling the Gap of the Dublin System: A Soft Cosmopolitan Approach. Journal of Contemporary European Research. 13 (1), 944-962. Available at: http://www.jcer.net/index.php/jcer/article/view/745/610.

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (2017). 'Democracy and Global Governance: The Internal and the external Levers'. In Anna Triandafyllidou (ed.). Global Governance from Regional Perspectives: A Critical View., pp. 70-99. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (2017). Las Palancas para Lograr la Democracia Global. Papeles de Relaciones Ecosociales y Cambio Global, (138), 81-106.

• Archibugi, D., Bavastrelli, M., and Cellini, M. (2017). “Does Discussion Lead to Opinion Change? An Experiment in Deliberative Democracy ”. Working Papers in Management Birkbeck, Department of Management, WP14. Available at: http://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/22145/.

• Cellini, M. (2016). “The European Refugees Crisis: How to Address it”. Rome: National Research Council - Research Institute on Population and Social Policies, (IRPPS Working papers 95/2016). Available at: http://irppsepub.altervista.org/ojs/index.php/wp/article/view/95.

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (2015). Democracy and Global Governance: The Internal and External Levers. SSRN Working Paper Series. Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2550766

• Cellini, M. (2015). "Democracy and Income Inequality: An Empirical Analysis". Rome: National Research Council - Research Institute on Population and Social Policies, (IRPPS Working papers 72/2015). Available at http://irppsepub.altervista.org/ojs/index.php/wp/article/view/72.

• Cellini, M. (2015). "The Right to Non – Discrimination on the Ground of Sexual Orientation: An Analysis of the EU Law and the Jurisprudence of European Court of Justice". Rome: National Research Council - Research Institute on Population and Social Policies, (IRPPS Working Papers n. 81/2015). Available at: http://irppsepub.altervista.org/ojs/index.php/wp/article/view/82.

OTHER WRITINGS

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (5 April 2019). International Organizations and the Promotion of Democracy. Democracy Without Borders [online]. Available at: https://www.democracywithoutborders.org/7187/international-organizations-and-the-promotion-of-democracy/.

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (10 April 2018). How Dangerous is Populism for Democracy? 21stCentury Global Dynamics [online]. Available at: https://www.21global.ucsb.edu/global-e/april-2018/how-dangerous-populism-democracy.

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (30 March 2017). Populism: Epidemic to Understand. Alternative Scenarios, New Answers. Reset [online]. Available at: https://www.reset.it/reset-doc/populismo-europa-america.

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (24 March 2017). What Causes the Populist Infection? How can it be Cured? opendemocracy [online]. Available at: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/can-europe-make-it/what-causes-populist-infection-how-can-it-be-cure/

• Archibugi, D., and Cellini, M. (9 February 2017). A Cure for the Populist Infection? A bigger Dose of Democracy. 21st Century Global Dynamics [online]. Available at: https://www.21global.ucsb.edu/global-e/february-2017/cure-populist-infection-bigger-dose-democracy.