Economic sociology and labour studies

Dottorati
Doctoral programme (PhD)
A.Y. 2021/2022
Study area
Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
Doctoral programme (PhD)
3
Years
Dipartimento di Scienze sociali e politiche - Via Conservatorio, 7 - Milano
English
PhD Coordinator
The PhD in Economic Sociology and Labour Studies aims to produce students with a high level of expertise in different disciplines, essential for the study and regulation of economic and labour phenomena. Training has a strong interdisciplinary approach, in which the central role of economic sociology is supplemented with aspects of labour law, with economic-statistical and organizational-corporate disciplines, as well as with behavioural sciences.
These inter- and multi-disciplinary skills are necessary to be able to take an innovative approach when dealing with the role of social and institutional factors in the analysis and regulation of economic and labour phenomena in a complex and rapidly changing society.
In addition to imparting theoretical and substantive knowledge about the topics dealt with in the PhD, the training programme aims to provide strong methodological and empirical research skills, both quantitative and qualitative, in order to keep abreast of the recent progress being made in international social and economic science, including non-standard sociological analysis techniques such as computer experiments and simulations (agent-based modelling).
Tutte le classi di laurea magistrale - All classes of master's degree
Dipartimento di Scienze sociali e politiche - Via Conservatorio, 7 - Milano
Title Professor(s)
Education and socio-economic inequalities
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
E. Pavolini
S. Bertolini
L. Storti
Geographic mobility and migration
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
R. Impicciator
E. Pavolini
Higher education, vocational training and economic development
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
F. Ramella
M. Rostan
M. Vaira
S. Bertolini
R. Di Monaco
L. Storti
Social policies, families and inequality
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
E. Pavolini
M. Migliavacca
S Bertolini
T. Nazio
L. Storti
Organizations and innovation in the digital society
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
A. Lazzazzara
A. Benozzo
F. Ramella
A. Gherardini
Experiments, quasi-experiments and agent-based simulations
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
Marco Castellani
N. Casnici
D. Barrera
A. Gherardini
European policies, employment relations and regulation of labour
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
E. Pavolini
Labour Law and socio-economic change
Requirements: Basic training in labour law
Social networks and micro-interaction
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
Marco Castellani
N. Casnici
D. Barrera
Careers and the life course
Requirements: Basic training in socio-economic theory and skills in statistical analysis
S. Bertolini
T. Nazio
E. Pavolini
R. Impicciatore

Enrollment

Places available: 6

Call for applications

Please refer to the call for admission test dates and contents, and how to register.

Application for admission: from 28/05/2021 to 28/06/2021

Application for matriculation: from 26/07/2021 to 05/08/2021

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