Cecilia Corsi

Visiting Fellow
Cecilia Corsi is Visiting Fellow at the MPC and Full Professor in Public Law in the Department of Legal Studies of the University of Florence. She graduated in Administrative Law (1986, University of Florence) and got a PhD in Public law in 1993. Later she became a researcher and then an Associate Professor in Public Law at the Political Sciences Faculty of the University of Florence. She directed the ā€œCesare Alfieriā€ School of Political Sciences (2013-2016). She participated in several research projects financed by the Italian University Ministry. She led two projects financed by the Tuscany Region on the themes of participatory democracy. She a member of the research program financed by the European Commission: ā€œMultilevel Governance of Mass Migration in Europe and Beyondā€ (RESPOND). She is editor-in-chief of the Journal ā€œDiritto, Immigrazione e Cittadinanzaā€ and Member of the Editorial Board and Responsible of the section ā€œLocal sourcesā€ for the Journal ā€œOsservatorio sulle fontiā€. She is the author of three monographs and a number of academic articles in several subjects of administrative and constitutional law. Her research interests include immigration law, local government, executive agencies, deliberative and participatory democracy.

Research topics: Immigration law, local government, immigrant integration, Citizenship laws.
Geographic areas: Europe.