On December 17th, I have been invited to give a speech at the Workshop on “Qualitative Research under Covid-19”. The seminar is part of the RC52 Webinar Series that are organized by RC52 for keeping lively its community during these hard months of pandemics.
During the seminar, I presented a focus on how to build rapport in at-distance interviews and what are the challenges that you have to cope with when interviewing online. Slides available upon request!
At the next IPPA Conference organized by the International Public Policy Association, I will coordinate a session with Raquel Gallego (IGOP/Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) inviting contributions that explore the link between social innovation and empowerment. Continua llegint
In occasion of the cycle of events on Work organized by the Foundation Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, you can access for free and for a limited period the ebook I wrote with my colleague and friend Valeria Insaurato. The ebook is entitled “Più uguali ma non troppo. I problemi irrisolti del lavoro femminile tra fragilità territoriali e squilibri di genere“. Continua llegint
The journalist Alberto Magnani has interviewed me on Youth conditions in Italy and why Italy is not a favorable context for the young. In this interview, I stress the role of work demand in Italy and the need for investment in order to reduce the digital divide.
Here you find the article on the Sole24ore.
UAB Divulga is the newsletter that disseminates among the general public the scientific knowledge produced by the researcher affiliated to the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. They invited me to present my latest article on the Journal of Professions & Organization “Fragmented fields: professionalisms and work settings in Italian management consultancy“. Continua llegint
It is with great pleasure that I announce a Special Issue on the Italian Journal of Sociology of Education, of which I am guest editor with Martina Visentin, Orazio Giancola, and Alan France. The call is entitled “Mastering youth transitions: Italy as a case for the contemporary complexities” and it aims at focusing on Italy as an emblematic case for analyzing the transitions towards adulthood.
Next Friday, September 4th 12-14, Margarita Leon and I will chair the Espanet Ph.D. Seminar Stream 26 “Social Investment and inequality: exploring redistributive dilemmas”. The seminar is open to the public and we kindly invite you to participate via Teams following this link.
The program is the following:
- Jacob Didia Jensen, Dept. of Sociology and Social Work, Aalborg University – “Social policy and the common good – How the white middle class in Northern and Southern U.S. judge who is worthy of government support”
- Janna Goijaerts, Public Health and Primary Care, Leiden University Medical Centre, Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University – “Conceptualizing Health in the Social Investment Paradigm”
- Oda Nordheim, Dept. of Sociology and Political Science, NTNU Trondheim – “Social Protection and its Impact on Health: How types of social spending affect self-reported health in OECD-countries”
Next Monday, June 8th I am going to participate in the online seminar organized by AIS (Italian Association of Sociology) coordinated by Martina Visentin. In this seminar, I am presenting the results of the study I conducted on the impact of Social Investment policies on Italian youth, published in the volume from Routledge “Italian Youth in International Context: Belonging, Constraints and Opportunities”.
The seminar is in Italian and will take place on zoom.
“See” you there!
The Sole24ore, which is the most important economic journal in Italy, asked me for a comment on the widespread phenomenon of the bogus self-employment among young professionals. This is quite a long-term problem suffered by Italian labour markets and which I have already discussed in my researches about knowledge work in Italy.
If you want to read the article by Alberto Magnani (in Italian) you can access it here. Enjoy!
In January 2020, I have participated in the 2020 SISEC conference in Turin presenting the last paper from my MSCA project VINE. The paper is entitled “Dualization and Involuntary Part-Time across six countries in Europe. What matters in the explanation of households’ economic security”. Continua llegint