Recherches doctorales et post-doctorales

Louvain-La-Neuve

Jean-Baptiste Farcy

Jean-Baptiste Farcy

I graduated from law school at the Université catholique de Louvain in 2014. Then I completed a LLM in international economic law at the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London) before joining the Odysseus Network. In 2016, I started a PhD on economic migration under the supervision of Sylvie Sarolea. In my research, I’m looking at the added value of EU law and policy in the regulation of labour migration.

Francesco Gatta

Research interests cover the legal and operational measures adopted by the EU in response to the so-called refugee crisis, with a specific focus on the principle of solidarity in migration-related matters and its practical implementation. In this framework, peculiar attention has been devoted to the topic of legal avenues to access international protection in EU.  

- EU asylum & migration policy;

- Migration & solidarity;

- Legal avenues to access international protection in the EU.