SDIC | Workshop on "Job insecurity in labour markets, poverty and inequality Measurement and theoretical approaches"
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25 marzo 2019 – Workshop: Job insecurity in labour markets, poverty and inequality

25 marzo 2019 – Workshop: Job insecurity in labour markets, poverty and inequality

The School of Development Innovation and Change invited you to take part

 

 

 

in the workshop on

 

Job insecurity in labour markets, poverty and inequality

Measurement and theoretical approaches

 

 

Monday 25th March 2019

Department of Legal Studies

Seminar Room, Viale Quirico Filopanti n. 9, 40126 Bologna

 

 

9:00                    Welcome address

Marina Timoteo (University of Bologna and AlmaLaurea)

 

 

9:15                    Introduction

Gilberto Antonelli (University of Bologna) and Boike Rehbein (Humboldt University)

 

 

9:30                    Comparing inequalities in a sociological perspective

Boike Rehbein (Humboldt University)

10:00                Inequality measures: Data sources and problems for cross-country analysis

Pinuccia Calia (University of Bologna)

 

 

10:30                Evaluating poverty and inequality sub-regional disparities through small area models in a statistical perspective

Maria Rosaria Ferrante (University of Bologna)

 

 

11:00                Innovation and inequality in an economic perspective. A Schumpeterian look at the skill premium

Luca Cattani, Giovanni Guidetti, Riccardo Leoncini (University of Bologna)

 

 

11:30                Inequality and immigrant selection

Mariele Macaluso (University of Bologna)

 

 

12:00                Inequality of opportunity in a dynamic framework suggested by the law perspective

Giuseppe Pignataro (University of Bologna )

 

 

12:30                Working and Yet Poor

Ester Villa (tbc)

 

 

13:00                Conclusion

 

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