I am delighted to announce my new article on social innovation in agricolture and food, written with Antonello Podda and Toa Giroletti entitled “Solidarity Purchasing Groups in Italy : a critical assessment of their effects on the marginalization of their suppliers“. The article has been published in the International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food, in a special issue coordinated by Allison Loconto and Yuna Chiffoleau entitled “SOCIAL INNOVATION IN AGRICULTURE AND FOOD: OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES?“. (more…)
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…)
Thanks to the collaboration with the project PROMISE, I have analyzed secondary data on Eurobarometer and ESS to investigate the opinion of Young on effect of crisis and politics in Spain. The report is freely available for download in PROMISE website. (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…)