Tiziana Caponio , PhD, is Research Fellow at CCA and since 2015 she is Associate Professor of Political Science at the Department of Cultures, Politics and Society (CPS) of the University of Turin, where she has been teaching ‘Dynamics and policies of migration’. She is also Research Fellow at FIERI and Marie Curie Fellow at MPC/EUI (until August 2020). She is co-chair of the Standing Committee on ‘Migration Politics and Governance’ (MiGPOG) of the IMISCOE Research Network. Her research focus on migration policy and policymaking, with a specific attention to the local dimension and multilevel governance dynamics, on which she has published extensively.
– Tiziana Caponio (2021), Making Sense of the Multilevel Governance of Migration. City Networks facing global mobility challenges, Palgrave McMillan, Basingstoke, forthcoming. – Tiziana Caponio and Anthony Clément (2021) Making sense of trajectories of participation in European City Networks on migration. Insights from the cases of Turin (Italy) and Saint-Etienne (France), Local Government Studies, doi: 10.1080/03003930.2021.1885378
– T. Caponio (2019), ‘City networks and the multilevel governance of migration: towards a research agenda, in The Routledge Handbook of the Governance of Migration and Diversity in Cities’, T. Caponio, P. Scholten and R. Zapata-Barrero (eds), Abington: Routledge
– T. Caponio (2018), ‘Immigrant integration beyond national policies? Italian cities’ participation in European city networks’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44(11-12), pp. 2053-2069, online first August 2017.
– T. Caponio, M. Jones-Correa (eds.) (2018), ‘Theorising Migration Policy in Multilevel States: The Multilevel Governance Perspective’, Special Issue, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44(11-12), pp. 1995-2010, published online August 2017.