In Barcelona, November 23rd/November 25th the University of Barcelona is going to host the Seminario Internacional de la Red GENCPOLIS y las IV Jornadas de Recerca Feminista del Instituto Interuniversitario de Estudios de Mujeres y Género (IIEDG) “Género, Ciudadanía y Políticas”. During this event, I’m going to present preliminary results of my project VINE, funded by the MSCA Action of European Commission. (more…)
Is Social Innovation able to challenge gender inequalities? The article I published for the Journal of Social Entrepreneurship tries to give a first preliminary answer to the question. The article is entitled “Does Social Innovation Reduce the Economic Marginalization of Women? Insights from the Case of Italian Solidarity Purchasing Groups”. (more…)
The 29^ SASE Annual Meeting “What’s next: Disruptive/Collaborative economy or business as usual?” was held at Universitè Claude Bernard – Lyon 1 (June, 29 – July, 1). During the conference, I presented my paper “A job on one’s own. Economic insecurity and women’s labour market activity in six European Countries” in the network C “Gender, Work and Family”. (more…)
The science popularization portal InGenere has published a contribution of mine entitled “Per essere single bisogna vivere in Danimarca” (to be single, you have to live in Denmark). This article reprises the main results of the paper published in European Societies with C. Ranci and K. Kasearu, based on the primary data collected on women (25-64 years old) living in 11 European Cities during the EU Funded project FLOWS.
What are the determinants of women’s economic insecurity? Are they changing across different cities in Europe? These are the two main questions behind the article published in European Societies and authored with C. Ranci and K. Kasearu “Women at risk: the impact of labour-market participation, education and household structure on the economic vulnerability of women through Europe“. (more…)