Federico Danilo Filetti

PhD Candidate - Doctorant en sociologie
  • Federico Danilo Filetti (CRIS)Federico Danilo Filetti (CRIS)

federico.filetti(at)sciencespo.fr

Sujet de thèse - Dissertation Title

Labour market protection and family policy in high-income countries: continuity and change (1990-2020)

Abstract / Résumé

Directeur de thèse : Emanuele Ferragina (Sciences Po - CRIS)

Financement : bourse doctorale du LIEPP

PUBLICATIONS

  • 2022 (with Emanuele Ferragina), "Labour market protection across space and time: A revised typology and a taxonomy of countries’ trajectories of change", Journal of European Social Policy, First Published 11 January. Paper available online on Sage Journals
  • 2021 (with Emanuele Ferragina), "Eppur si muove: labourmarket protection varieties and trajectories of change across 21 high-income countries and three decades", LIEPP Working Paper n° 119, May 2021. Available online

Communications - Presentations

  • 2021, "Next Generation Labour", European Feltrinelli Camp 2021 (Workshop), Milan, 12th/13th November.
  • 2021, “Human / Machine. What kind of Europe for employment and rights?”, Workshop Ok Europe, Fondazione Feltrinelli, Paris, 4th November.
  • 2021, “Eppur si muove: labour market protection varieties and trajectories of change across 21 high-income countries and three decades”, ESPAnet Conference, 31st August.
  • 2021, “Eppur si muove: labour market protection varieties and trajectories of change across 21 high-income countries and three decades”, Graduate Network Conference, Sciences Po, Paris, 25th February.
  • 2021 (with Emanuele Ferragina), "Eppur si muove : labour market protection varieties andtrajectories of change across 21 high-income countriesand three decades", 9ème Congrès de l'Association Française de Sociologie, Changer !, RT6 - Politiques sociales, protection sociale et solidarités, session "Caractériser et théoriser le changement dans et par les politiques sociales",Wednesday 7th July.
  • 2020, "The Political Economy of Labour Market Liberalization in high-income countries: Can We Still Talk About Varieties?", OSC Scientific Seminar, 6th November.
Article mis à jour le 29-08-2022
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