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Mihai Palimariciuc
Policy Analyst

Mihai Palimariciuc joined the European Policy Centre in February 2019 and works as a policy analyst within the Social Europe and Well-being Programme. His work revolves around EU social policies, the future of work, and social protection systems. During his time with the EPC, Mihai researched the impact of digitalisation on the labour market, upskilling and reskilling, access to social protection, and policy responses for atypical and platform work. He also wrote on the affordable housing market as well as public service performance, employment, and working conditions.

Prior to joining the EPC, Mihai worked in the management consulting business, where he evaluated European social policy. During his internship with Ramboll Management Consulting, he worked on employment, migration, and digital policy.

He holds a master’s degree in European and Comparative Social Policy from the London School of Economics and a bachelor’s degree in Political Sciences from Alexandru Ioan Cuza University.



The future of work, Affordable and decent housing solutions

Areas of expertise

Future of work, resilient social protection, public services, affordable housing, European social policy, Central and Eastern European welfare states

Current positions

Policy Analyst


BSc in Political Sciences, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iași, Romania

MSc in European and Comparative Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, London, United Kingdom


Romanian, English, Spanish



Well-performing public services for a fair and resilient European society
By Simona Guagliardo , Mihai Palimariciuc - 10/02/2021
Minimum wage and the EU: Happily ever after?
By Claire Dhéret , Mihai Palimariciuc - 29/05/2020
Future of work / ISSUE PAPER
The future of work: Towards a progressive agenda for all
By Claire Dhéret , Simona Guagliardo , Mihai Palimariciuc - 09/12/2019


Future of work / PANEL DISCUSSION
Future of Work
Mihai Palimariciuc presented the results of Future Of Work publication during a panel with EESC's Section for Employment, Social Affairs and Citizenship (SOC)

28 January 2020 - Brussels,
European Economic and Social Committee

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