Civic Education Programme.
Dr. Marina Cino Pagliarello
Dr. Marina Cino Pagliarello is an ESRC Post-Doctoral Fellow in the European Institute at LSE where she also earned her Ph.D with a thesis on “Constructing the Europe of Knowledge? The role of ideas in the transformations of European education policy (1975-2010)”. Her research interests include European political economy, the role of ideas in public policy, Europeanisation, and the politics of education. She is specifically interested in understanding the role of political and economic actors in shaping public policies and the mechanisms through which ideas play a role in the emergence of new problem definitions and in restructuring actors’ interests.
Marina is a graduate in History from the University of Pisa (1999) and she holds a Master in Economics of Arts and Culture from SDA Bocconi School of Management (2000) and a Master Research in European Studies from the European Institute, LSE (2012). She is an experienced policy researcher, with a track record in delivery of international and comparative public policy projects and in expanding strategic relationships with academic institutions, policy-makers and consultancies. Prior to joining LSE, Marina has worked for the National Research Institute of the Italian Ministry of Labour as policy expert for comparative analysis of European education policies and as civil servant for the Italian Ministry of Education.