Economic and Social Regulation of Labour

A.Y. 2019/2020
Lesson for
9
Max ECTS
60
Overall hours
SSD
SPS/09
Language
English

Course structure and Syllabus

Active edition
Yes
Responsible
SPS/09 - ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF WORK AND ORGANIZATIONS - University credits: 9
Lessons: 60 hours
ATTENDING STUDENTS
Syllabus
The first section of the course (40 hours) will be taught by Lisa Dorigatti. Topics will include:
1. The theory and context of employment relations
2. The actors in employment relations
3. Interactions and outcomes in employment relations
4. Globalization and the regulation of the employment relations
5. Employment relations institutions and inequality
6. Digitalization and employment relations

The second section of the course (20 hours) will be taught by Lorenzo Bordogna. Topics will include:
1. Labour market institutions and economic performance
2. The regulation of labour from a Keynesian to a monetarist macro-economic regime: the case of the European Monetary Union and the EU enlargement
3. The economic crisis of 2008 and its implications for the regulation of labour in the EU (with special reference to austerity policies and employment relations in the public services)
4. Regulating labour at company and workplace level: policy options and their implications
NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS
Syllabus
The first section of the course (40 hours) will be taught by Lisa Dorigatti. Topics will include:
1. The theory and context of employment relations
2. The actors in employment relations
3. Interactions and outcomes in employment relations
4. Globalization and the regulation of the employment relations
5. Employment relations institutions and inequality
6. Digitalization and employment relations

The second section of the course (20 hours) will be taught by Lorenzo Bordogna. Topics will include:
1. Labour market institutions and economic performance
2. The regulation of labour from a Keynesian to a monetarist macro-economic regime: the case of the European Monetary Union and the EU enlargement
3. The economic crisis of 2008 and its implications for the regulation of labour in the EU (with special reference to austerity policies and employment relations in the public services)
4. Regulating labour at company and workplace level: policy options and their implications
Lesson period
Second trimester
Lesson period
Second trimester
Assessment methods
Esame
Assessment result
voto verbalizzato in trentesimi
Professor(s)
Reception:
Monday 2 September 15.30-17.30
Dipartimento di Scienze Sociali e Politiche side Conservatorio second floor room 9