Eloisa Del Pino

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
Instituto de Politicas y Bienes

Albasanz 26, Madrid
Spain
E-28037
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In recent years, my research interests are connected with the political determinants of Welfare State Reform and welfare policies in different countries. I am involved in several research projects: "Welfare Attitudes in a Changing Europe" (Spanish team, European Science Foundation); "The Implementation of the Welfare State through the Municipalities"; "The Case of the Law on the Promotion of Personal Autonomy and Care for the Dependents Persons," led by J. M. Rodriguez de Santiago (UAM); "Mechanisms for Local Participation in Comparative Perspective: Causes and Consequences" led by J. Font (CSIC); "Welfare State Reforms: Stakeholders and Citizen Support", "New Social Risk and Welfare Policy Trajectories," led by prof. Moreno; and "Urban Social Exclusion," led by prof. Subirats (UAB). She was the main researcher of the Project "Social Exclusion in the region of Madrid" (CM 2007) and of the Project "Institutional Strengthening and reform of Central Administrations in Central America" (2005-2006), financed by AECI (Spanish Agency for Development Cooperation). She has also been involved in research to identify European and Latin American good practices of social cohesion in different policy sectors --health, education, employment, justice and taxation (EUROsociAL, EuropeAid).

Citation:
Del Pino, Eloisa, and I. Calzada. 2008. "Perceived Efficacy and Citizens Attitudes toward Welfare State Reform." International Review of Administrative Sciences 74 (4):555-574.
Citation:
Del Pino, Eloisa, and J. A. Ramos. 2009. "Proceso Politico y Reformas de la Proteccion por Desempleo en Espania 1984-2008." In Reformas de las Politicas de Bienestar en, eds. Espania, L. Moreno, L. Madrid: Siglo XXI, p. 137-170.
Citation:
Del Pino, Eloisa, and I. Calzada. 2011. "Are Spaniards Different? European Convergence and Regional Divergence in the Evalutation of Welfare State." In The Spanish Welfare State in the European Context, eds. A. M. Guillon and M. Leon. London: Ashagate.

Substantive Focus:
Governance
Social Policy SECONDARY
Comparative Public Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation
Policy Analysis and Evaluation
Public Opinion SECONDARY

Keywords

SOCIAL POLICY