Author Archives: Mabel

Brecha salarial de Género en las Universidades Públicas Españolas: Informe final

The Ministry of Universities, ANECA and CRUE Igualdad have carried out the report Gender Pay Gap in Spanish public universities in the framework of a collaboration agreement.

The report reveals a 10.9% salary gap between men and women in the public university system, aggravated in the salary complements, which show a much larger gap of 16.9%. Continue reading

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Direct participation practices and psychosocial risks at work. Empirical characterisation of a controversial relationship (2023)

In both the sociology of work and the public health, there continues to be considerable controversy about the effects of direct participation practices on working conditions. A limited amount of research has addressed this relationship from the perspective of psychosocial

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Tribute to Fausto Miguélez

Tribute to Fausto Miguélez Lobo, professor of sociology and founder and director of QUIT until his retirement, which took place on 26 May 2023 in the Assembly Hall of the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology of the UAB. The

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Caregiving in inequality, a comparative analysis of the distribution of unpaid care work in Mexico and Argentina from a gender and legal perspective.

Speaker: Camila Buffarini Institution: Universidad Autònoma de México Her research aims to analyse the convergences and divergences in the current distribution of unpaid care work in Mexico and Argentina, in order to bring together the conceptualisation of the human right

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Illustration of the construction of a multidimensional index with the Urban Vulnerability index

Speaker: Irene Cruz Institution: IERMB The analysis techniques used in the construction of urban vulnerability indices are dominated by dimension reduction strategies, among which principal component analysis (PCA) stands out. Apart from its virtues, such as simplicity and interpretability, PCA

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Evaluation of the “VilaVeïna” Program

VilaVeïna is a pioneering municipal initiative to address care in small territorial units, in which specialized professional teams, people receiving care and citizens are part of a community network and co-responsible for the collective welfare. It is a project aimed

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Christel Keller

Team / Research support technician Christel Keller

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Adapting to the new times? The emergence of innovative practices in collective bargaining

Speaker: Óscar Molina Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball Presentation of a research report for Eurofound analyzing recent developments and emerging practices in relation to collective bargaining processes and outcomes, mainly

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Que teletrabajen ellos. Aprendizajes de pandemia más allá de las obviedades

“Que teletrabajen ellos” (Let men do teleworking) is a study on behaviour within households during the first months of confinement due to the covid-19 pandemic, carried out by Sara Moreno and Vicent Borràs. Continue reading

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Changes in domestic and care work: from gender specialization to dragging tasks?

The objective of the research is to deepen the analysis of the trends of change in the distribution of domestic and care work from a gender perspective. Specifically, the following research question is formulated: What factors facilitate the egalitarian distribution

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