Articles by Angie Gago

11 2021

Bailed-out governments did not lose policy-making discretion during the Eurozone crisis

Angie Gago
Catherine Moury, Stella Ladi, Daniel Cardoso and Angie Gago argue that bailed-out governments during the Eurozone crisis exercised more leverage than assumed. Despite international market pressure and creditors’ conditionality, bailed-out governments were able to advocate, resist, shape or roll back some of the policies demanded by the EU’s Troika
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03 2021

Why has the European Court of Justice shifted toward a more restrictive position on access to welfare in member states?

Angie Gago
From 2014, ECJ decisions on welfare access have departed significantly from previous case law. Angie Gago and Francesco Maiani analyse two Court dialogues, one with the EU legislator, the other with national authorities
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Angie Gago
Senior FNS Researcher, University of Lausanne

Angie is a Fellow of NCCR → On The Move, the National Center of Competence in Research – The Migration-Mobility Nexus.

Her research interests are European politics, welfare state reform and multi-level governance.

Angie's current work studies the relationship between EU free movement and national welfare states.

Her research has been published in the Journal of European Integration and Irish Political Studies, among others.

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