Jasmine Lorenzini is Ph.D. candidate in political science at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. She works on the political participation of long-term unemployed youth. More specifically she is interested in the consequences of labor market exclusion for the social and the political inclusion of youth.
From 8/2012 till 1/2013 she was guest of the Research Unit "Skill Formation and Labor Markets".
For more information see:
Lorenzini Jasmine and Marco Giugni (2012): Employment Status, Social Capital, and Political Participation: A Comparison of Unemployed and Employed Youth in Geneva. In: Swiss Political Science Review. (forthcoming).
Giugni Marco and Jasmine Lorenzini (2012): Employment Status and Political Participation: Does Exclusion Influence the Protest Behavior of the Young Unemployed? In: Andreosso-O’Callaghan Bernadette and Frédéric Royall (ed.): Economic and Political Change in Asia and Europe: Social Movement Analyses. Springer. (forthcoming)
Lorenzini Jasmine and Marco Giugni (2012): Youth Coping with Unemployment: The Role of Social Support. In: Revue Suisse de Travail Social.