Gabriel Echeverria

Research project, combining a social systems theoretical approach and empirical research methodologies.
Gabriel Echeverría is a political scientist with a BA in International Relations from the University of Bologna and a PhD in International Migration and Social Integration from the Complutense University of Madrid, where he currently works as a post-doctoral researcher. He has worked as post-doctoral researcher at the University of Trento (ERC-Project Homing) and at the Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales in Madrid. He has collaborated with the European University Institute and has been adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins University in Bologna. His doctoral research project, combining a social systems theoretical approach and empirical research methodologies, has inquired into the experience of irregular migrants in different countries. The results were published in 2020 by IMISCOE/Springer, in the open access book “Towards a systemic theory of irregular migration. Explaining Ecuadorian Irregular Migration in Amsterdam and Madrid”. Other topics of interest and publications have been citizenship, the political participation of migrants and the differential inclusion/exclusion of migrants in hosting societies.

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