Seminars - Doctoral School of Social Sciences
The Doctoral School of Social Science is keen to announce its interdisciplinary Seminar Series, bringing together renown international speakers from various branches of the Social Sciences.
The Seminars take place each third Thursday of the month, from 2 to 4 pm. They are organized by the School’s Director together with the academic directors of the single PhD programmes and aim to stimulate interesting scientific discussions as well as to create an occasion to get together among colleagues (junior and less junior) and exchange ideas also more informally, according to the spirit of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences.
Each senior Speaker is assigned to junior Discussants from different disciplines and ample room is provided for an open floor discussion.
Here the programme for the current academic year:

2 PM, Aula Kessler, Department of Sociology and Social Research, via Verdi 26

DATE

TITLE

SPEAKER

DISCUSSANTS

Thursday, 18 October 2018

Directionality in Collaborative Innovation: Governing Inter-Firm Relationships in the Supply Chain of Complex Products

Anna Moretti

Ca' Foscari University of Venice

Gabriele Mari - PhD student, Sociology and Social Research

Piero Ronzani - PhD student, Economics and Management

Thursday, 13 December 2018

Parental occupation and children’s school outcomes in math

Gianna Claudia Giannelli

University of Florence

Sergiu Burlacu - PhD student, Development Economics and Local Systems

Emanuele Fedeli - PhD student, Sociology and Social Research

Thursday, 17 January 2019

Conviviality as a tool for entrepreneurial communities and market as network

Simone Guercini

University of Florence

Lucia Pederiva - PhD student, Economics and Management

Saverio Minardi - PhD student, Sociology and Social Research

Thursday, 21 February 2019

Decomposing educational inequalities: educational transitions across Finnish cohorts born between 1960 and 1985

Juho Harkonen, EUI

Mattia Borsati - PhD student, Economics and Management

Ilaria Pietropoli - PhD student, Sociology and Social Research

Thursday, 21 March 2019 Refugees' Self-selection into Europe: Who migrates Where?

Panu Poutvaara

University of Munich

Clementina Crocè - PhD student, Delos

Aurora Perego - PhD student, Sociology and Social Research

Thursday, 28 March 2019 Risk of technological unemployment and support for redistributive policies

Stefano Sacchi

National Institute for the Analysis of Public Policies, INAPP (Rome)

 

Simone Virdia - University of Trento

Stefano Benincasa - PhD student, Economics and Management

Thursday, 18 April 2019 An American solution to an Irish problem: a consideration of the material conditions that shape the architecture of union organizing

John Geary

UCD, Dublin

Saverio Minardi - PhD student, Sociology and Social Research

Klaudijo Klaser - PhD student, Economics and Management

Thursday, 16 May 2019 Why Do “Scientific” Entrepreneurs (Successfully) Take More Time to Act? Evidence from a Field Experiment

Arnaldo Camuffo

Bocconi University

Lucas Sage - PhD student, Sociology and Social Research

Valeria Fanghella - PhD student, Economics and Management

Thursday, 20 June 2019 Globalization, Gender, and the Family

Hale Utar

Bielefeld University

Sergiu Burlacu - PhD student, Development Economics and Local Systems
       

Tentative programme - academic year 2019/20

DATE TITLE SPEAKER DISCUSSANTS
Thursday, 17 October   Frank Kalter  - Mannheim University (Sociology and Social Research)  
Thursday, 21 November   Delos  
Thursday, 19 December   Management  
Thursday, 23 January   Andreas Flache - University of Groningen (Sociology and Social Research)  
Thursday, 20 February   Economics  
Thursday, 19 March   Jan Van Bavel - KU Leuven (Sociology and Social Research)  
Thursday, 16 April   Economics  
Thursday, 21 May   Sociology and Social Research  
Thursday, 16 June   Management  

 

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