Pilar Carrasquer Oto

Team / Management staff
Pilar Carrasquer Oto

Senior lecturer

Diploma in Social Sciences by the Institute of Social Sciences of Barcelona (ICESB) and Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology by the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology of the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Teacher of Sociology in the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology, of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, she is the current director of the Institute for Labour Studies at UAB.

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Departament de Sociologia
Campus UAB- Edifici B
08193 Cerdanyola del Vallès (Barcelona)
Spain

+34 93 581 2432
Pilar.Carrasquer@uab.es
Curriculum Vitae
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Areas of specialization

As a researcher her studies are focused on the labour situation of women in Spain: sociolaboral profile of unemployment in Spain, 1994; Situation of working women in the Spanish financial sector, 1995; The involvement of work sharing on employment and everyday life, 2001; A research about the “double female presence”: a bet for bring into line working and family life, 2002; The time of work in the collective bargaining and its social effects, 2004.

Selected bibliography

Martín Artiles, A., Lope Peña, A., Carrasquer, P., & Molina, Óscar. (2019). Aprendizaje basado en el trabajo: trayectorias laborales discontinuas. Cuadernos De Relaciones Laborales, 37(1), 203-229. https://doi.org/10.5209/CRLA.63826.

Martín Artiles, Antonio; Molina, Óscar y Carrasquer, Pilar (2016). ¿Ruptura del compromiso igualitario para sostener el Estado de bienestar en Europa. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 154:45-64. http://dx.doi.org/10.5477/cis/reis.154.45

Leonardi L., Martín Artiles A., Molina Óscar, Calenda D. y Carrasquer Oto P. (2012). ¿Es exportable la flexiguridad? Un estudio comparado de Italia y España. Cuadernos de Relaciones Laborales29(2), 417-443. https://doi.org/10.5209/rev_CRLA.2011.v29.n2.38022

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