All the documentation generated by the researches is available for consultation in the Library of Social Sciences and or/ the General Library of the Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona, as well as in the QUIT office.

For our research centre dissemination of research findings goes beyond formal publication in journals or books, thus research dissemination is not fully complete until the findings have been made widely available by using other formats such as non-refereed publications, web pages, digital repositories and other social media.

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Seminars and conferences

  • 2023
    • 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 following speakers took part in the event: – Olga Serradell, Dean of the Faculty of CCPP and Sociology of the UAB – Antonio Martín, Emeritus Professor of the Department of Sociology of the UAB – Joan Botella, Emeritus Professor of the Department of Sociology of the UAB – Clara Llorens, Professor of the Department of Sociology of the UAB – Carlos Prieto, Emeritus Professor of the Department of Sociology of the UCM – Albert Recio, Honorary Professor of the Department of Economics of the UAB – Sònia Parella, Director of the Department of Sociology of the UAB.Date: 26 May 2023Organised by QUIT.ProgramThe Social Sciences Library has also joined in this tribute with an on-site exhibition in the display cases on floor 0 and with a virtual exhibition that you can consult on the following website https://mirades.uab.cat/exposicions/biblioteques/faustomiguelez
  • 2022
  • 2021
  • 2020
    • Webinar «Teleworking, labour rights and the right to disconnect»

      The seminar aims to explore the normalization of telework in our society as a result of the pandemic, from a multidisciplinary perspective. The regulatory changes agreed between the administrations, unions and employers and their implications for practical purposes will also be addressed.


      Date: 11 de November 2020

      Organized by the Col·legi de Professionals de la Ciència Política i de la Sociologia de Catalunya, the Observatori per la Democràcia (ODEM) and the Associació Catalana de Professionals.

  • 2019
    • Seminar “Collecting waste and informal work”

      This seminar aims  to valuing the work of informal waste pickers in the Catalan recycling sector, to know how it is being studied from the University, to discuss how these situations have been managed in the Southern countries and what lessons can be learnt.


      Fecha: 4 de junio de 2019

      Organized by the Minor en Desenvolupament Sostenible i Ciutadania Global, the Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball – QUIT,  the Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambiental – ICTA and the Institut de Govern i Polítiques Públiques – IGOP

Past events

QUIT seminars

  • QUIT seminars
    • 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 to care and comprehensive care systems. The analysis is based on a critical theoretical framework, called the gender critique of law, incorporates the tools provided by the human rights approach, the gender perspective and intersectionality, and seeks to demonstrate that the lack of recognition, redistribution and reduction of women’s unpaid care work violates the human rights to care, equality and autonomy of girls and women.

      Date: 09/05/2023

    • 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 has certain limitations that must be borne in mind. On the one hand, PCA, like factor analysis (FA), treats all variables together, under the assumption that they are all related to the underlying dimensions, so that they do not allow for an organised analysis along dimensions. This makes comparability between annuities very difficult, due to the fact that there is no certainty that the information contained in the first factor of the analysis of one annuity corresponds to that of the following annuity. To overcome these limitations, structural equation models are proposed in the literature, which make it possible to configure a much more stable factor structure by controlling the various dimensions that group together the indicators involved in the analysis, making them comparable over time. The session will illustrate the methodology followed to construct the Urban Vulnerability Index following this procedure, and the main results obtained will be presented.

      Date: 25/04/2023

    • 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 in the private sector.

      The report covers collective bargaining systems in ten EU Member States and analyzes the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent economic and social crisis on the dynamics of collective bargaining and collective agreements. It also examines the practices and innovations that have emerged in response to structural factors such as technological change, decarbonization and climate-neutral policies, and the aging workforce. It also assesses the ability of collective bargaining systems to adapt to structural changes in work, production and the labor market, as well as medium-term trends.

      See the research report here.

      Date: 21/03/2023

    • Beyond misclassification: algorithmic management as challenge to the Standard Employment Relationship

      Speaker: Tiago Vieira

      Institution: European University Institute

      The by and large unregulated presence of algorithmic governance techniques in couriers’ labor process short-circuits what would otherwise be a standard employment relationship, thus undermining the regulatory efforts of the Spanish Government. To a large extent, this stems from the surveillance possibilities offered by algorithmic management, leveraged by human managers in ways that compromise the normative underpinnings of the employment relationship through systematic breach of workers’ privacy, inducement of hazardous behaviors, diminishment of workers’ autonomy and constraints to right to information.

      Date: 28/02/2023

    • The processes of social mobility in comparative perspective between Chile and Spain

      Speaker: Cristian Segura-Carrillo

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      The objective of the seminar is to present the analysis of social inequality from the perspective of social mobility, comparing Spain and Chile, countries that share a late industrialization process, even though they represent different contexts in terms of level of development and social model.
      In this sense, following the research tradition on social stratification and mobility of the ISA Research Committee 28, a quantitative design is proposed using secondary information sources, with national bases for Chile and Spain. An analysis by cohorts and by sex is carried out. Social class is considered as the analytical axis from the perspective of EGP (Erikson, Golthorpe and Portocarrero, 1979, 1993) and the adjustments proposed by Ganzeboom and Treiman (1996) that support international comparison, using a categorization of 6 classes. Absolute mobility is analyzed by observing the social structure in both countries, as well as relative mobility to study equality of opportunity using log-linear models. As a result, differences by gender and cohort are observed. However, even though the weight of social origin has diminished, it continues to be present in intergenerational class movements. In particular, in the Chilean case, this association is much stronger for both sexes; in the Spanish case, men tend to have a stronger social origin-destination association, but women considerably diminish this association. In both countries, the effect of educational expansion is key to social mobility.

      Date: 24/01/2023

    • When Woman is no longer spelled with M for Mother. A study of professional women who choose not to become mothers

      Speaker: Tania Corsetti

      Institution: Universidad Nacional de Rosario (UNR)

      The existence of women who decide not to be mothers in a labor context where the conflict between reproductive work – as a result of the exercise of maternity – and productive work acquire an intensity as never before in the history of capitalism, led to the construction of a research, whose problematic refers to the incidence of professional development and work in the decision not to exercise maternity, and its relationship with the identity processes that working women construct.

      Date: 21/11/2022

    • Spanish workers in the Netherlands: an x-ray of the exploitation system in the distribution and logistics sector

      Speaker: Sander Junte

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      The precariousness and lack of opportunities that characterize the Spanish labor market have led many Spaniards in recent years to choose to move to other countries, including the Netherlands. Contrary to expectations, they land in a system of harsh working and living conditions.
      The seminar will present the main results of a research project that aimed to learn about this system and the experiences of a colony of Spanish workers in it.

      Date: 25/10/2022

    • Racism, Place, and Space: White Sanctuaries, U.S. Museums, and Maintaining the Status Quo

      Speaker: David G. Embrick

      Institution: University of Connecticut

      The Art Institute of Chicago – a nationally recognized museum – as a white sanctuary, i.e., a white institutional space within a racialized social system that serves to reassure whites of their dominant position in society. The purpose of this paper is to highlight how museums create and mantain white spaces within the greater context of being an institution for the general public.

      Date: 14/06/2022

    • Sexual and gender-based harassment in the workplace: a qualitative approach.

      Speakers: Sara Moreno & Vicent Borràs

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      The main objective of the study is to carry out a qualitative approach to sexual and gender-based harassment in order to understand the perceptions, experiences and socially shared imaginaries that are part of the phenomenon in the workplace. Specifically, the aim is to analyze the sociocultural background that acts as a context and support for the existence and persistence of sexual and gender-based harassment beyond its quantification. In this sense, the specific objectives are to identify, describe and explain the social factors that make the phenomenon possible, as well as the elements of change and continuity that have occurred in recent years. Finally, the results obtained allow us to point out some recommendations on lines of action, as well as a set of suggestions for the design of a possible survey on male violence in the workplace.

      Date: 24/05/2022

    • The effect of occupational training on employment

      Speaker: Álvaro Fernández Junquera

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      This study, financed by the Employment Service of Catalonia, deals with one of the active labor market policies implemented by the public employment services in Spain, namely occupational training. These actions, aimed primarily at the group of unemployed people, consist of the offer of training courses framed in the labor system. This paper evaluates the causal effect of participation in occupational training courses on the probability of finding employment, based on data from the “Survey of Educational-Training Transition and Labor Market Insertion” and the “Survey of Labor Market Insertion of University Graduates”, both published by the INE in 2019.

      Date: 26/04/2022

    • Active employment policies as an indirect source of social capital among young people with precarious insertion trajectories.

      Speakers: Joan Miquel Verd & Joan Rodríguez Soler

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      The insertion of young people in the labour market is a constant in the European policy and research agendas. The recent economic and health crises have only increased the concern about the labour insertion of this group. Active employment policies have been one of the instruments used to improve the employment situation of young people. However, the orientation of these policies has been called into question due to the limited effectiveness that they have often shown. The longitudinal perspective adopted in the article makes it possible to deepen the understanding of the role that active employment policies may have in the unstable employment trajectories of young people. The results highlight a limited capacity of these policies in order to modify youth labour market trajectories and the low perception that this young people have of them as corrective or improvement instruments of their trajectories.

      Date: 22/02/2022

    • The more you search the less you find: low qualified job seekers and online job search

      Speakers: Guillaume Dumont

      Institution: Centre de Recherche OCE de Emlyon Business School

      Drawing on in-depth interviews with unemployed workers, this article explores how low qualified job seekers experience the online job search process. By taking the digitalization of the access to labor markets as a starting point, we uncover three main activities – crafting, applying, reviewing – central to the online job search process and analyze their performance by job seekers. We show that their use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for employment purpose sparks strong tensions and dilemmas shaping how they experience job search, ultimately preventing them from using ICTs to secure work but also increasing their vulnerability on the labor market.

      Date: 24/11/2021

    • Dual vet and school-to work transition of young people: the social actors perspective

      Speakers: Daniel Barrientos

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Dual Vocational Education and Training arises in Spain
      within the European policies about employment and
      training for young people. However, the lack of an indepth legislation, the high level of unemployment and the
      poor resources, caused by the economic crisis, or the low
      role played by the Administration, has led to a limited
      model. Every Autonomous Community, productive sector, high school or company, has implemented their owns
      solutions for each limitation, developing different models
      in Spain. This situation does not allow us to conclude that
      Dual VET improves the school-to-work transition only by
      itself, but rather there are some conditions that must be
      fulfilled in its implementation to achieve the positive
      effects aimed. This article studies the perspectives of social
      actors who design and implement the model to analyse
      the development and possibilities of the Dual VET

      Date: 20/10/2021

    • Drivers of Youth Labour Market Integration Across European Regions

      Speakers: Rosario Scandurra

      Institution: researcher Juan de la Cierva of the Department of Sociology of UAB

      Territorial disparities and youth labour markets have been often considered as separated themes, due to challenges in data availability. Comparative regional or sub-regional research on youth labour market integration (YLMI) have been therefore scarce. In this article, we address this gap by presenting a composite measure of YLMI that covers a wide range of indicators and sheds light on the EU territorial divide of young peoples’ opportunities at regional level. In order to build the YLMI index, we use benefit-of-the doubtweighting, a seminal methodology on composite indicators (CI) that combines sequence with conditional weights based on the range of each sub-indicator. To proof the usefulness of YLMI, we analyze the evolution of regional YLMI in the EU before and after the economic crisis; and the trends of homogenization or differentiation across EU territories. Furthermore, we investigate to what extent employment conditions, skills supply and technological resources explain cross-regional variations in YLMI.

      Date: 29/06/2021

    • Estimating poverty in times of uncertainty: a method for tracking the social-economic effects of the covid19 pandemic

      Speaker:  Irene Cruz

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      The objectives were threefold. First, a new microdata simulation method is presented for steel nowcasting of disposable income at the individual, family level and as equivalent income. The procedure is based on data from the ECV / EU-SILC, EPA / LFS. Individual and family income are recalculated taking into account the main redistributive policies established by the State. Secondly, the Results of the estimates of the impact of the current crisis on poverty and inequality by the Metropolitan Area of ​​Barcelona are presented, using the key indicators to evaluate inequality, Estimated from the simulation, such as the At-risk-of-poverty rates, the Gini index or the QIR. The method also allows generating and evaluating the counterfactual scenario where public protection policies (ERTE and IMV) would not be put into practice. Lastly, the value of the analysis procedure for workflows is also argued, as implemented in the targets (Landau, 2021) and tarchetypes (Landau, 2021) packages of R (R Core Team, 2021).

      Date: 28/04/2021

    • Analysis of the gender regimes of political organizations: a comparison according to the degree of institutionalization

      Speaker:  Núria Alcaraz

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      The objective of this research is to know the effects of the degree of institutionalization of political organizations on the gender relations established in them. The analysis of gender relations in political participation has focused mainly on the lack of interest of women in politics and on how their social position hinders their participation in the public space. However, focusing on the analysis of political organizations, and on how they produce and reproduce gender norms and practices, allows us to go further and understand how gender relations take place in the everyday life of organizations by shaping their gender regimes. Most of the studies have dealt separately with political parties and social movements. The main question of this research lies in questioning whether the degree of institutionalization of political organizations has an effect on the configuration of their gender regimes and their capacity to transform themselves into more equitable organizations. For this, a qualitative strategy is characterized by the time structure generated, the horizontal and vertical segregation of tasks and agencies, and the resistance to change of three representative case studies of the different degrees of institutionalization. At the same time, the intersectional perspective is incorporated to explain how gender regimes have differentiated effects based on the social position of women.

      Date: 24/03/2021

    • Bargaining in Networks. A Comparative Analysis of Coordination in Collective Bargaining

      Speaker:  Òscar Molina

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      The analysis of collective bargaining coordination has attracted the attention of scholars and policy-makers since the early 1990s, but has witnessed a renaissance more recently in the context of generalised de-centralization and the new constraints imposed by the EMU. Originally, ‘coordination’ was presented as a dimension of collective bargaining that was considered an alternative to ‘centralization’, as it focused on processes rather than structures. However, the reality was that all coordination indexes and scores (CITE data sources) have tended to reflect structural characteristics of collective bargaining, and have provided very little insights on the processes and relational aspects underpinning coordination. The objective of the NETWIR project is to provide an alternative assessment of how coordination takes places in different collective bargaining systems and sectors. To do this, the project will adopt a behavioural and relational view, based on the methodological and analytical tools of Social Network Analysis (SNA)

      Date: 24/02/2021

    • Changes in the times, changes in jobs: The masculinization of domestic work and the feminization of care work

      Speakers: Vicent Borràs & Sara Moreno

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

      Presentation of the results of an investigation that aimed to analyze the changes in the uses of time, based on the comparative analysis of the two editions of the Time Employment Survey 2020/03 – 2009/10. The main results show that there has been a generational change in dedications to domestic work and care work, both on the part of women and men; There has not been a division of work, but changes in dedications to certain tasks.

      Date: 26/05/2021

    • Digitalization in the Retail Sector: a comparative case study between Italy and Spain Industrial Relations’

      Speaker:  Arianna Marcolin

      Institution: Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa)

      In this moment of profound changes of all the aspects of society, also the retail sector has been altered by technological innovations, which have been identified as the spread of omni-channel strategies, the introduction of touch-screen totem and implementation of tablets and bracelets for workers. These changes should improve shopping experience for consumers but, at the same time, have consequences on employment conditions, influencing employers’ association and trade unions actions and finally shaping collective agreements content. In particular, regarding trade unions strategies, this research aims to identify three different categories of reactions: neglect, reject and accommodate, in order to provide a categorization useful for analysing trade unions actions  also in other sectors.

      Therefore, based on the actor-centred neo institutionalism theoretical framework, within the analytical perspective of Varieties of Capitalism and sector-based approach, this research aims to address a hole in the literature, comparing the Italian and Spanish retail sector technological innovations in relation to alterations of employment conditions, social actors strategies and collective agreements content.

      Slide presentation available

      Date: 11/02/2020

    • Evaluating social impact: the role of entrepreneurial moral intentions in impact investing

      Speaker:  Guillaume Dumont

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

      How can financial investors evaluate the promise to create social value made by the start-ups in which they want to invest? Multiple market tools help actors to evaluate and forecast economic action but evaluating social value raises numerous challenges outlining the intimate intertwining of morals and markets. This is particularly at stake when early stage start-ups and entrepreneurs lack track record, when social value holds different understanding, and when economic goals jeopardize moral action.

      Date: 30/05/2019

    • Working Poverty among Labor Market Outsiders. A Risk-based Approach to Cross-national Variation

      Speaker:  Dani Marinova

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament de Ciència Política i Dret Públic

      Date: 30/04/2019

    • Los poderes sindicales en contexto de (post)austeridad: retos sectoriales en Portugal

      Speaker:  Hermes Costa

      Institution: Universidad de Coimbra

      Date: 26/04/2019

    • La reinserción laboral de los deportados y retornados en Guadalajara y Tijuana: ¿empleos sostenibles o empleos precarios?

      Speaker:  Alfredo Hualde

      Institution: Colegio de la Frontera Norte (México)

      Date: 14/03/2019

    • Visiones del “descontrol”: problematizaciones y perspectiva sobre la cuestión de la inseguridad, la política social y el trabajo en la Argentina actual

      Speaker:  Tatiana Jack

      Institution: Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Buenos Aires

      Date: 19/02/2019

    • Smart’ industrial relations in the making? Insights from the analysis of union responses to digitalisation in Italy and Spain

      Speaker:  Stefano Gasparri

      Institution: Warwick Business School

      Date: 16/05/2018

    • El cuidado como componente del bienestar social: desafios teóricos y de investigación

      Speaker: Karina Batthyány

      Institution: Universidad de la República (Uruguay)

      Date: 10/05/2018

    • Abordar l’organització del Treball i la salut a partir de les enquestes de riscos psicosocials

      Speakers: Salvador Montcada & Clara Llorens

      Institution: Instituto Sindical de Trabajo, Ambiente y Salud (ISTAS)

      Date: 02/05/2018

    • Formación profesional dual en Alemania y España: orígenes y retos actuales

      Speaker: Anika Jansen

      Institution: German Economic Institute

      Date: 21/02/2018

    • Els indicadors de qualitat de vida com a mesura de la responsabilitat social de les empreses

      Speaker: Montserrat Llobet

      Institution: IGOP (UAB)

      Consultora de Responsabilitat Social i Qualitat de Vida en Oqualitat – ORGANITZACIONS I QUALITAT DE VIDA

      Date: 07/02/2018

    • Desigualdad persistente en jóvenes del Uruguay (1990-2013). Análisis de la intensidad, calendario y secuencia de eventos de transición

      Speaker: Verónica Filardo

      Institution:  Facultad de Ciencias Sociales- Universidad de la República

      Date: 11/12/2017

    • Movilidad social intergeneracional en Montevideo 1996-2010

      Speaker: Marcelo Boado

      Institution: Universidad de la República (Udelar), Uruguay

      Date: 15/02/2017

    • El capital social y las estrategias metodológicas para su operacionalización

      Speaker: Rafael Rey

      Institution: Universidad de la República (Udelar), Uruguay

      Date: 15/02/2017

    • “Sponsored freelancers”: How labor outsourcing challenges the entrepreneurial behavior of freelancers and supports the rise of multi-layered labor?

      Speaker: Guillaume Dumont

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 14/12/2016

    • Trabajo, Cuidados, Tiempo Libre, Relaciones de Género y Ordenamiento Social: del Ámbito Institucional al del Mundo de la Vida. Planteamiento Teórico – Metodológico y Plan Expositivo

      Speaker: Carlos Prieto

      Institution: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

      Date: 13/10/2016

    • Welfare Capitalist Regimes and Actor Based Research – Agency Spaces for Young Unemployed in Spain and Germany

      Speaker: Christoph Gille

      Institution: Universität Duisburg-Essen

      Date: 05/10/2016

    • ¿Una calle sin salida? Perspectivas de la democracia brasileña

      Speaker: Francisco Amorim

      Institution: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), de Porto Alegre (Brasil)

      Date: 13/06/2016

    • La construcción analítica de las trayectorias laborales desde los métodos cualitativos: desafíos para la pensar una agenda de investigación comparativa entre Europa y América Latina

      Speaker: Leticia Muñiz

      Institution: Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación (FaHCE) de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP)

      Date: 20/04/2016

    • Negociación Colectiva en el sector de las Agencias de Empleo Temporal

      Speaker: Marcello Pedaci

      Institution: Università degli Studi di Teramo

      Date: 20/04/2016

    • Desigualdades en la articulación de empleo y vida familiar en España

      Speaker: Núria Sánchez Mira

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 10/02/2016

    • The Social Economy and worker co-operatives in the cultural industries, Catalonia

      Speaker: Emma Lees

      Institution: University of Sydney

      Date: 16/12/2015

    • Els processos de recerca laboral juvenil: l’ús del Process Tracing com a mètode d’anàlisi qualitativa

      Speaker: Mattia Vacchiano

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 30/09/2015

    • El trabajo doméstico no tiene quién le quiera y el de cuidados solo a veces

      Speaker: Pilar Carrasquer & Teresa Torns

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 06/05/2015

    • La emergencia de una ruta migratoria alterna. Inmigración e inserción laboral de hondureños en Barcelona, España

      Speaker: Carolina Rivera

      Institution: CIESAS (Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social) México

      Date: 13/04/2015

    • Els treballadors autònoms. Anàlisi a partir de l’explotació de la II Enquesta Catalana de Condicions de Treball

      Speaker: Joan Rodríguez Soler

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 09/02/2015

    • Statistical matching: introducción a la fusión de bases de datos

      Speaker: Diego Fleitas

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 01/12/2014

    • La afiliación sindical de la población inmigrante El caso de CCOO de Cataluña

      Speaker: Pere Jódar & Antonio Martín

      Institution: Universitat Pompeu Fabra – Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

      Date: 30/06/2014

    • Malalts crònics i mercat laboral: la feina, la baixa i les seves problemàtiques

      Speaker: Lina Masana

      Institution: Universidad Rovira i Virgili

      Date: 16/06/2014

    • ¿Aporta algo al conocimiento de la dinámica laboral el análisis de las ofertas de empleo en internet? El caso de Infojobs

      Speaker: Rosa Marrero

      Institution: Universidad de La Laguna

      Date: 12/05/2014

    • Transicions i trajectòries laborals en temps de crisis i austeritat (2007-2011). Una primera identificació de la població espanyola de 20 a 60 anys afectada per canvis en el mercat de treball

      Speaker: Martí López

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 28/04/2014

    • Labor organization and employment relations in Italian call centers during the crisis

      Speaker: Vincenzo Fortunato

      Institution: Universidad de Calabria

      Date: 31/03/2014

    • Diferències i desigualtats (Enquesta a la Joventut de Catalunya (2012)

      Speaker: Sara Moreno

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 03/03/2014

    • Salut i joves (Enquesta a la Joventut de Catalunya (2012)

      Speaker: Josep Espluga

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

      Date: 03/02/2014

    • El impacto de la crisis en las trayectorias laborales de las personas jóvenes residentes en Cataluña. (Enquesta a la Joventut de Catalunya (2012))

      Speaker: Mireia Bolibar, Joan Miquel Verd & Oriol Barranco

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 13/01/2014

    • ¿Cómo investigar los procesos de trabajo artístico?

      Speaker: Dafne Muntanyola

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 02/12/2013

    • The Quebec’s socio-politic context

      Speaker: Axel Vandenberg

      Institution: McGill University, Montreal

      Date: 06/05/2013

    • Estudi d’anàlisi sobre el treball no remunerat a Catalunya

      Speaker: Sara Moreno & Vicent Borràs

      Institution: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball

      Date: 15/04/2013

    • Agency” as a Red Herring in Social Theory

      Speaker: Axel Vandenberg

      Institution: McGill University, Montreal

      Date: 04/03/2013