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SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO
3 issues per year , ISSN 0392-5048 , ISSNe 1972-554X
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Sociologia del Lavoro is Italy's main review dealing with work and employment from a sociological perspective. It has a specific focus on interdisciplinarity and social change. Founded in 1978, it is published quarterly under the supervision of a qualified board of directors. It has stable collaboration agreements with Sociologie du Travail and Sociologia del Trabajo and relies on a network of foreign academic correspondents. It also publishes articles by contributors and international scholars.
The review publishes, and has been publishing for more than a decade, special issues containing the official records of the conferences, congresses and scientific seminars held by the "Economics, Labour and Organization" section of the "Italian Sociological Association" (ELO-AIS). Thus Sociologia del lavoro is mainly aimed at the sociological community interested in economics, labour and organization. It also seeks to provide a forum for open, wide-ranging and pluralistic debate between scholars, experts, social forces and cultural institutions. Each issue is structured in the same way: most articles develop a single theme which is introduced by the editors, while the final part is reserved for essays and critical notes on different subjects. The review guarantees the scientific quality of each issue thanks to a process of peer review, with each article submitted to two referees for review.

General Editor: Michele La Rosa (michele.larosa@unibo.it). Associate Editor: Enrica Morlicchio (enmorlic@unina.it) Vice -Editors: Vando Borghi (vando.borghi@unibo.it), Roberto Rizza (roberto.rizza@unibo.it), Laura Zanfrini (laura.zanfrini@unicatt.it). International scientific board: Aris Accornero, Tindara Addabbo, Leonardo Altieri, Giuseppe Bonazzi, Federico Butera, Carlo Carboni, Vanni Codeluppi, Domenico De Masi, Donata Gottardi, Michele La Rosa, Everardo Minardi, Enzo Mingione, Massimo Paci, Angelo Pichierri, Barbara Poggio, Enrico Pugliese, Emilio Reyneri, Adriana Signorelli, Mino Vianello, Luciano Visentini, Paolo Zurla.
Mateo Alaluf (Belgio), Juan Josè Castillo (Spagna), Pierre Desmarez (Belgio), Pierre Dubois (Francia), Claude Durand (Francia), Bryn Jones (Gran Bretagna), Jean-Louis Laville (Francia), Christian Marazzi (Svizzera), Pierre Rolle (Francia), Veronika Tacke (Germania), Bengt Starrin (Svezia), Vil Savbanovic Bakirov (Ucraina), Anna Inga Hilsen (Norvegia).

Editorial Secretary: Giorgio Gosetti, coordinatore (giorgio.gosetti@univr.it); Barbara Barabaschi (barbara.barabaschi@unicatt.it); Federico Chicchi (federico.chicchi@unibo.it); Barbara Giullari (barbara.giullari@unibo.it); Francesco Pirone (fpirone@unina.it)

The magazine provides two referees chosen among the members of the management and editorial staff or among foreign correspondents. One of the referees can be, on the recommendation of the aforementioned members, chosen among other Italian and foreign sociologist experts. Since the magazine is a monograph, the supervision of the entire volume may, from time to time, be delegated to the two referees chosen, in addition to the articles supervision. The evaluations will be forwarded to the authors in case of refusal to publish too.

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Issue 144/2016 
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Michele La Rosa, Enrica Morlicchio, Serge Paugam, Introduzione. Quanto conta oggi l’occupazione
Anthony Barnes Atkinson, Tackling inequality
Ruth Milkman, Class Inequalities Among Women
Janine Berg, The regulation of labour, inclusive labour markets and inequality
Guimaraes Nadya Araujo, Serge Paugam, Work and Employment Precariousness: a transnational concept?
Francesco Laruffa, Hannah Schilling, Work and Inequality Revisited: A Global Socio-Historical Perspective and its Political Implications
Sandro Staiano, Diseguaglianze e politiche dell’eguaglianza: profili teorici e istituzionali (Equality policies and inequality: theoretical and institutional aspects)
Orazio Giancola, Luca Salmieri, Disuguaglianze nel mercato del lavoro e transizione alla vita adulta. Una comparazione europea (Inequalities in the labor market and transition to adulthood. Italy in a crossnational analyses)
Corina Coval, Giorgio Cutuli, Dinamiche e persistenza della povertà in Italia: un’analisi sui working poor tra il 2002 e il 2012 (The dynamics and persistence of poverty in Italy: an analysis of the working poor between 2002 and 2012)
Davide Bubbico, Le disuguaglianze di accesso alla protezione sociale nel mondo del lavoro: innovazioni e persistenze nel sistema di welfare italiano (Inequality access to social protection in the labor market: innovations and continuities in the Italian welfare system)
Veronica Pastori, Famiglie diseguali? Analisi delle condizioni occupazionali tra coniugi e conviventi (Inequal families? Analysis of occupational condiction into the couples)
Lisa Dorigatti, Anna Mori, L’impatto delle scelte datoriali sulle condizioni di lavoro e sulle diseguaglianze: disintegrazione verticale, esternalizzazioni e appalti (The impact of employer’s choices on working conditions and inequalities: vertical disintegration, outsourcing and subcontracting)
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Issue 143/2016 
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Clementina Casula, Bruno Cattero, Introduzione. La regolazione sociale dell’economia nel capitalismo mediterraneo (Introduction. The social regulation of the economy in Mediterranean capitalism)
Marino Regini, Capitalismo mediterraneo: la strada stretta fra economie forti dell’Eurozona ed economie deregolate (Mediterranean capitalism: a narrow path between the core Eurozone economies and the deregulated ones)
Davide Donatiello, Francesco Ramella, I Sistemi di Innovazione Nazionale del Sud Europa (The National Innovation Systems of Southern Europe)
Raffaele Grotti, Stefani Scherer, La disuguaglianza economica tra contesti: il ruolo di famiglia, stato e mercato (Economic inequality in context: the role of the family, state and market)
Maurizio Ambrosini, La regolazione dell’immigrazione in Italia e nell’Europa meridionale: tra sovranità nazionale, mercato e diritti umani (Regulating immigration in Southern Europe: between national sovereignty, market and human rights)
Rosangela Lodigiani, Alla base del welfare. Mutualismo e solidarietà nel settore della long term care (At the foundation of welfare system. Mutualism and solidarity in the long term care policies)
Filippo Barbera, Ewald Engelen, Angelo Salento, Karel Williams, Varieties of the foundational: the case of Italy (Varieties of the foundational: the case of Italy)
Antonello Podda, Meccanismi di costruzione e valutazione del capitale sociale attraverso la Social Network Analysis. Il ruolo dei Gruppi di Azione Locale (GAL) (Social Network Analysis for construction and evaluation mechanisms of social capital. The role of Local Action Groups (LAG))
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Issue 142/2016 
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Filippo Barbera, Joselle Dagnes, Angelo Salento, Se questo è un lavoro. Meccanismi estrattivi e pratiche di resistenza nell’economia fondamentale (If this is a job. Extraction mechanisms and practices of resistance in the foundational economy)
Dario Minervini, Strategie pubbliche e aziendalizzazione dei servizi di gestione dei rifiuti urbani (Public strategies facing corporatization of waste management)
Carlotta Benvegnù, Netturbini nell’era delle privatizzazioni. Ristrutturazioni del settore della raccolta dei rifiuti a Parigi (Garbage collectors in the age of privatizations. The restructuring of the waste management sector in Paris)
Sandro Busso, Silvia Lanunziata, Il valore del lavoro sociale. Meccanismi estrattivi e rappresentazioni del non profit (The value of social work. Extractive dynamics and images of the non profit sector)
Sabrina Spagnuolo, Serenella Stasi, La crisi del settore sanitario: la voice degli infermieri. Come uscire da una situazione critica? (The crisis in the health sector: the voice of nurses. How to get out of a critical situation?)
Davide Arcidiacono, Il tempo nell’economia fondamentale tra sharing economy e personal branding: il caso del Time Banking on line (Time in the foundational economy between sharing economy and personal branding: the case of Time Banking online)
Marianna Filandri, L’accesso al bene casa: instabilità lavorativa e disagio abitativo in Italia (Access to the house: job instability and housing deprivation in Italy)
Giulia Maria Cavaletto, L’esperienza dei Jardins de Cocagne: re-inventare il lavoro e creare valore per le comunità locali (The Jardins de Cocagne experience: re-inventing work and creating social value for local communities)
Luca Storti, Marta de la Cuesta, Cristina Ruza y Paz-Curbera, Imprenditorialità sociale e foundational economy: percorsi e intersezioni (Social entrepreneurship and foundational economy: path and overlapping)
Fabio Mostaccio, L’economia solidale come autodifesa della società. L’esperienza di Rosarno (Solidarity Economy like Self-defense Society. The Rosarno Experience)
Claudio Tognonato, Le imprese recuperate: aperte per fallimento (Worker-recovered companies (WRCS): open for failure)
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Issue 141/2016 Capacità e transizioni giovanili scuola-lavoro. Approcci e prospettive. Lavinia Bifulco e Carlotta Mozzana (a cura di)
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Lavinia Bifulco, Carlotta Mozzana, Introduzione: oltre l’employability. Approcci e prospettive per le transizioni giovanili scuola-lavoro (Introduction: beyond employability. Approaches and perspectives for schoolto- work transitions)
Francesco Laruffa, The capability approach as a critical yardstick for the employability paradigm
Jean-Michel Bonvin, Emilie Rosenstein, From inclusiveness to selectivity: paradoxical outcomes of youth transition policies in Switzerland
Jensen Niels Rosendal, Kjeldsen Christian Christrup, Capability-appropriate or capability-friendly policies: does it really matter? A perspective on the Basic Vocational Education and Training (EGU) in Denmark
Aurora López-Fogués, Alejandra Boni Aristizábal, The Informational Basis of VET in Spain - too many reforms from a too narrow perspective
Margherita Bussi, The référentiel of employability policies: a cognitive approach
Barbara Giullari, Potenzialità e criticità di un’esperienza locale di creazione e utilizzo di strumenti di analisi delle traiettorie scolastiche e delle transizioni al lavoro alla luce del capability approach (Potential and critical issues in a local experience of making knowledge on trajectories of transitions to school and work in the light of the capability approach)
Sara Corradini, Giustina Orientale Caputo, New tools of labour policies and old social risks: Youth Guarantee and unemployment tackling in Italy
Rosangela Lodigiani, Mariagrazia Santagati, Quel che resta della socializzazione lavorativa. Una riflessione sulle politiche per l’occupazione giovanile in Italia (The remains of the work socialization. Reflections on Italian policies for youth employment)
Stefania Capecchi, Amalia Caputo, Exploring work-related learning in Campania region and in Naples. Policies to support youth transitions from education to work
Francesca Colella, Individualizzazione, precarietà lavorativa e identità di carriera: la transizione università-lavoro dei giovani e i limiti dell’employability (Individualization, job insecurity and identity: about the university-to-work transition of young people and the limits of employability)
Gabriele Blasutig, Fattori di conversione e promozione dell’agency per i giovani laureati. La prospettiva dei datori di lavoro e le indicazioni per le politiche (Conversion factors and promotion of agency for young graduates. The employers’ perspective and some suggestions for policies)
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