About me

I hold a PhD in Sociology and Social Research at University of Trento (Italy) and a MA in Applied Social Sciences at the Catholic University of Milan (Italy) with a specialization in methodology of social sciences. Since June 2017, I am Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at the Institute of Government and Public Policies (IGOP) of the Universitat Autònoma Barcelona, studying gender and social vulnerability in an intersectional perspective (see VINE project). At IGOP, I am also part of the research team of PROMISE (2016-2019). I have previously worked in EU Funded project FLOWS (2011-2014), WILCO (2011-2014) and CrESSI (2015/2016). In 2015, I was research fellow at the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation, in project Spazio Lavoro. My main interests of research are focused on labour transformation in the post-industrial society, and in particular: marginalised groups in labour markets (women and young); social innovation; emerging professions.

I am Secretary and Treasurer of the ISA RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups and Social Media Manager in the editorial staff of the Italian Society of Economic Sociology (SISEC).

Outside academia, I have so many interests and activities that it would be unfair to cite just a few of them. But you can always write an email to me and I will be happy to chat a little bit with you in front of a good coffee.


I support the #openscience movement. My publications are available for free consultation and download on the Digital Document Deposit offered by Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Book reviews in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Books

Chapters in books

Editorship

Working Papers

Science popularisation