Department of International Economics, Government and Business

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Professor MSO

Kontor: POR/24.B-1.78
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Caroline de la Porte

I am Professor MSO at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business, Copenhagen Business School. I have previously worked at Roskilde University (2013-2015) and at the University of Southern Denmark (2007-2013). My research on European social policy covers regulatory initiatives in the realm of family policy and flexible work as well as soft law initiatives in social investment. I have also studied the fiscal dimension of EU policy, including the EU’s Next Generation EU fund. In recent years, my work has also focused on the Nordic welfare model, especially in the field of family policy. Currently, I lead a WP on Fair Working conditions in the Horizon-funded project EU social citizehship project, and I am the principal investigator for CBS in the Nordforsk-financed research project “Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World” (ReNEW). I teach and supervise on a wide range of topics related to European Union politics, policy and law, as well as comparative public policy, but also other issues, such as education policy and climate change. Methodologically, I specialize in in-depth qualitative analyses.

Curriculum Vitae
Sociale medier
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Publikationer sorteret efter:
Zhen Jie Im; Caroline de la Porte; Elke Heins; Andrea Prontera; Dorota Szelewa / A Green but Also Just Transition? : Variations in Social and Industrial Policy Responses to Industrial Decarbonisation in EU Member States.
I: Global Social Policy, 27.4.2024
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Brigitte Pircher; Caroline de la Porte; Dorota Szelewa / Actors, Costs and Values : The Implementation of the Work-Life Balance Directive.
I: West European Politics, Vol. 47, Nr. 3, 3.2024, s. 543-568
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Caroline de la Porte; Ilaria Madama / Welfare and Labour
I: European Political Economy: Theoretical Approaches and Policy Issues. . red. /Manuela Moschella; Lucia Quaglia; Aneta Spendzharova. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2024, s. 157-176 (New European Union Series)
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Caroline de la Porte; Zhen Jie Im; Brigitte Pircher; Nuria Ramos Martin; Dorota Szelewa / An Examination of ‘Instrumental Resources’ in Earmarked Parental Leave : The Case of the Work–life Balance Directive.
I: Journal of European Social Policy, Vol. 33, Nr. 5, 12.2023, s. 525-539
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Bea Cantillon; Caroline de la Porte; Sümeyra Akarçeşme / Background Paper ‘Social Inclusion and the Implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights’ : Academic Support for the Belgian EU Presidency 2024.
2023, 32 s.
Caroline de la Porte; Mads Dagnis Jensen; Jon Kvist / Going Nordic : Can the Nordic Model Tackle Grand Challenges and Be a Beacon to Follow?.
I: Regulation & Governance, Vol. 17, Nr. 3, 7.2023, s. 595-607
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Nuria Ramos; Jesús R. Mercader Uguina; Ana Belén Muñoz Ruiz; Amanda Moreno Solana; Guillermo García González; Lourdes Sánchez Galindo; Francisco Vallejo; Gabriela Grizzo; Alberto Arufe Varela; Caroline de la Porte; Zhen Jie Im; Brigitte Pircher; Dorota Szelewa / Health and Safety at Work : Achievements, Shortcomings, and Policy Options.
Brussel : EuSocialCit 2023, 154 s. (EuSocialCit Working Paper, Nr. July 2023)
Working paper > peer review
Caroline de la Porte; Bruno Palier / La politica de iniciativas en inversión social de la Union Europea
I: La sonrisa de Europa: El Estado de bienestar en el proceso de integración europea. . red. /Salvador Cayuela Sánchez; Paula Aranzazu Ruiz Rodríguez. Madrid : Marcial Pons 2023, s. 133-166
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Caroline de la Porte; Trine P. Larsen; Åsa Lundqvist / Still a Poster Child for Social Investment? : Changing Regulatory Dynamics of Early Childhood Education and Care in Denmark and Sweden.
I: Regulation & Governance, Vol. 17, Nr. 3, 7.2023, s. 628-643
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Caroline de la Porte; Zhen Jie Im; Brigitte Pircher; Dorota Szelewa / The EU's Work-life Balance Directive : Institutional Change of Father-specific Leave across Member States.
I: Social Policy & Administration, Vol. 57, Nr. 4, 7.2023, s. 549-563
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2018 - Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS) - Research-based policy analysis
2019 - No outside activities to report
2020 - NORFACE - 
Chair of evaluation panel
2020 - Swedish Research Council - Mid-term evaluation of success in the international recruitment of international researchers
2021 - IDA - Module on European Social Policy
2022 - Leeuwendaal - Teaching Module for Executive training for civil servants from the Netherlands
2023 - University of Antwerp - Contribution to report on the European Pillar of Social Rights, Spring 2023