In the new issue of CAMBIO. Rivista sulle trasformazioni sociali, an open access Italian journal published by University of Florence, I review a wonderful book from Sebastien Stenger “Au cœr des cabinets d’audit et de conseil. De la distinction à la soumision“, published for PUF in 2017. (more…)
Whenever I present a paper in an international conference, I always struggling with communicating successfully the peculiarity of the Italian professionalism in the right way. But, at the end all my struggle can be resumed in a single (very simple) difference: the small dimensions of the Italian professional enterprises. This is the topic and the main argument of the paper which I just published with R. Cucca in the Canadian Review of Sociology: what are the organisational implication of freelance professionalism? what is its impact on the welfare of professionals? The article is entitled “Small Is Beautiful? Emerging Organizational Strategies among Italian Professionals” and it can be accessed in read-only version at this link.
I’m very happy to announce that since April 2018 I have been welcomed to the Editorial Board of Interdisciplinary Political Studies, an open access project which has been promoted by University of Salento, in collaboration with University of Siena, University of Naples “L’Orientale” and Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies. (more…)
In the Italian journal Meridiana, I published a new article taken from the EU Funded Project CRESSI entitled “La dimensione territoriale dell’innovazione sociale. Il caso dei gruppi di acquisto solidale“. The article studies the impact of the geographical context on the activities of the Solidarity Purchasing Groups, which I already defined as one of the most interesting cases of social innovation in alternative food networks in Italy. (more…)
I’m very happy to announce that my article “Are Solidarity Purchasing Groups a Social Innovation? A study inspired by Social Forces” has been published by PACO, in the issue 3 of 2017. This study stems from the EU Funded Project CrESSI (2014-2018) and it aims at studying social innovations cases in their capacity to tackle economic marginalisation of beneficiaries. And the answer is yes, they are. (more…)