Carlo Barone

Professeur des universités
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contact : carlo.barone(at)sciencespo.fr
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Carlo Barone est membre du LIEPP où il co-dirige l'axe de recherches « Politiques éducatives ».

PUBLICATIONS - RESEAUX SOCIAUX
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Thèmes de recherche - Research Interests

- Social inequalities in education: the role of family background, gender and ethnicity.
- Labor market returns to education and the role of education for social mobility in dynamic and comparative perspective
- Experiments in educational research, educational policies and policy impact evaluation
- The validation of educational and occupational classifications for comparative social stratification research

Dernières publications - Latest Publication

ARTICLES - PAPERS

  • 2020 (with E. Ferragina (ccord.), E. Helmeid, S. Pauly, E. Recchi, M. Safi, N. Sauger, J. Schradie), "In the eye of the hurricane. French society a month into the lockdown", Coping with Covid-19, Social distancing, cohesion and inequality in 2020 France, Policy brief n° 2, 4 May.
    [French version] « Dans l'oeil du cyclone. La société française après un mois de confinement », Faire face au Covid-19. Distanciation sociale, cohésion et inégalité dans la France de 2020, Policy brief n° 2, 4 mai.
  • 2020 (with Giulia Assirelli), "Gender segregation in higher education: an empirical test and seven explanations", Higher Education, vol. 79, n° 1, p. 55-78, first online 3 september 2019. Springer link
  • 2019, "Cambiare, a piccoli passi, l’università italiana. Per salvarla", Quaderni di Sociologia, n° 79, p. 159-164.
  • 2019, "Towards an Education-based Meritocracy?: Why Modernisation and Social Reproduction theories cannot explain trends in educational inequalities: outline of an alternative explanation", ISA eSymposium, vol. 9, n° 1, march.
  • 2019 (with Giulia Assirelli and Ettore Recchi), “'You Better Move On'. Determinants and Labor Market Outcomes of Graduate Migration from Italy”, International Migration Review, vol. 53, n° 1, p. 4-25, first published 5 April 2018. SAGE Journals link 
  • 2019 (with Antonio Schizzerotto, Giulia Assirelli & Giovanni Abbiati), "Nudging gender desegregation: a field experiment on the causal effect of information barriers on gender inequalities in higher education", European Societies, vol. 21, n° 3, p. 356-377, first published 4 march 2018. Taylor & Francis Online
  • 2018 (with Moris Triventi and Giulia Assirelli), "Explaining Social Inequalities in Access to University: A Test of Rational Choice Mechanisms in Italy", European Sociological Review, vol. 34, n° 5, p. 554-569. Oxford Academic link
  • 2018 (with Lucia Ruggera), "Educational equalization stalled? Trends in inequality of educational opportunity between 1930 and 1980 across 26 European nations", European Societies, vol. 20, n° 1, p. 1-25, published online 31 March 2017. Taylor & Francis Online
  • 2018 (with Giovanni Abbiati, Gianluca Argentin and Antonio Schizzerotto), "Information barriers and social stratification in higher education: evidence from a field experiment", The British Journal of Sociology, vol. 69, n° 4, p. 1248-1270, first published, 29 november 2017. Wiley Online Library
  • 2018 (with Giulia Assirelli, Giovanni Abbiati, Gianluca Argentin, Deborah De Luca), "Social origins, relative risk aversion and track choice", Acta Sociologica, vol. 61, n° 4, p. 441-459, first published 8 October 2017. SAGE Journals link
  • 2018 (with Lucia Ruggera), "Educational equalization stalled? Trends in inequality of educational opportunity between 1930 and 1980 across 26 European nations", European Societies, vol. 20, n° 1, p. 1-25, early view, 7 march. Taylor & Francis Online
  • 2017 (with Gianluca Argentin and Gianna Barbieri), "Origini sociali, consiglio orientativo e iscrizione al liceo: un'analisi basata sui dati dell'Anagrafe Studenti", Politiche Sociali, n° 1/2017, p. 53-74. Rivisteweb link
  • 2017, « École et mobilité sociale : un rapport ambigu », Diversité, n° 187, p. 70-75.
  • 2017 (with Lucia Ruggera), "Social closure, micro-class immobility and the intergenerational reproduction of the upper class: a comparative study", British Journal of Sociology, vol. 68, n° 2, p. 194-214. Wiley Online Library
  • 2017 (with Antonio Schizzerotto, Giovanni Abbiati and Gianluca Argentin), "Information Barriers, Social Inequality, and Plans for Higher Education: Evidence from a Field Experiment", European Sociological Review, vol. 33, n° 1, p. 84-96. Oxford Academic link
  • 2017 (with Giovanni Abbiati), "Is university education worth the investment? The expectations of upper secondary school seniors and the role of family background", Rationality and Society, vol. 29, n° 2, p. 113-159, early view, 15 december 2016. SAGE Journals link
  • 2016 (with Gianluca Argentin), "School Reform. Innovation and the Rhetorix of Change",  Italian Politics. vol. 31, Berghahn, p. 135-154. Berghahn Journals link
  • 2016 (with Moris Triventi, Nazareno Panichella, Fabrizio Bernardi, Gabriele Ballarino) "Education as a positional good. Implications for social inequalities in educational attainment in Italy", Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, vol. 43, p. 39-52, available online 18 April 2015. Sciences Direct Link

CHAPITRES D'OUVRAGES - CHAPTERS

  • 2020 (with Raffaele Guetto), "Education and Social Fluidity in Contemporary Italy: An Analysis of Cohort Trends", In: Richard Breen and Walter Müller (ed.), Education and Intergenerational Social Mobility in Europe and the United States, Standford University Press, p. 196-223.
  • 2016 (with Gabriele Ballarino and Nazareno Panichella), "Social background and education in occupational attainment in Italy" In: Fabrizio Bernardi and Gabriele Ballarino (ed.), Education, Occupation and Social Origin: A comparative Analysis of the Transmission of Socio-Economic Inequalities, p. 82-93.

WORKING PAPERS

Projets de recherche en cours

•  OASIS - Ouverture, Adaptation, Sensibilisation, Innovation et Liens sociaux (Mairie de Paris, LIEPP, CAUE, La Ligue de l'enseignement, Météo France, LIED, sur fonds FEDER)
•  Favoriser les compétences langagières des enfants des milieux défavorisés : une évaluation expérimentale d'un dispositif d’accompagnement à la lecture parentale. (LIEPP) [English version]
•  Social origins and tracking in French upper secondary schools: a longitudinal, experimental study.
•  Recherche / évaluation sur les jardins d'enfants de la Ville de Paris (Paris Habitat), coordinateur, avec Marco Oberti. Voir le rapport final.
•  NORFACE (ERA-NET / ANR) - Inequality across the life course - Life Course Dynamics of Educational Tracking (LIFETRACK - dir. Steffen Schindler, University of Bamberg).

Directions de thèses - PhD Students

Marta Facchini

Comités de rédaction - Editorial Boards

Editor of Research in Social Stratification and Mobility

Regular reviewer for European Sociological Review, Sociology of Education, Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia.

Article mis à jour le 20-07-2020
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