Faculty and Staff

Economic Sociology and Labour Studies

Faculty and Staff

Director

Prof. Gabriele Ballarino
Deparment of Social and Political Sciences
Università degli Studi di Milano
Via Conservatorio 7, 20122 Milano
Phone: 02 50321161
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Vice Director

Prof. Cinzia Meraviglia
Department of Social and Political Sciences
Università degli Studi di Milano
Via Conservatorio 7, 20122 Milano
Phone: 02 50321228
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Faculty

University of Milan
Lorenzo Bordogna , full professor, Economic Sociology
Gabriele Ballarino, full professor, Economic Sociology
Alessandro Boscati, full professor, Labour Law
Luca Solari, full professor, Human Resources Management
Renata Semenza, associate professor, Economic Sociology
Roberto Pedersini, associate professor, Economic Sociology
Massimo Pallini, full professor, Labour Law
Olivia Bonardi, associate professor, Labour Law
Cinzia Meraviglia, associate professor, Sociology
Sabrina Colombo, assistant professor, Economic Sociology
Stefano Neri, associate professor, Economic Sociology
Silvia Gilardi, assistant professor, Psychology of Work
Marco Guerci, associate professor, Human Resources Management
Matteo Turri, associate professor, Business Management
Nazareno Panichella, assistant professor, Economic Sociology
Marco Biasi, assistant professor, Labour Law
Alessandra Sartori, assistant professor, Labour Law

University of Brescia

Flaminio Squazzoni, associate professor, Economic Sociology
Marco Castellani, asociate professor, Economic Sociology

University of Eastern Piedmont

Paolo Perulli, full professor, Economic Sociology

University of Turin

Francesco Ramella, full professor, Economic Sociology
Sonia Bertolini, associate professor, Economic Sociology
Luca Storti, assistant professor, Economic Sociology
Roberto Di Monaco, assistant professor, Economic Sociology
Tiziana Nazio, assistant professor, Sociology

University of Pavia

Michele Rostan, associate professor, Economic Sociology
Massimiliano Vaira, assistant professor, Economic Sociology

University of Bologna

Roberto Impicciatore, associate professor, Demography

Emeritus professors

Gian Primo Cella, University of Milan, Economic Sociology
Ida Regalia, University of Milan, Economic Sociology
Marino Regini, University of Milan, Economic Sociology
Emilio Reyneri, University of Milan-Bicocca, Economic Sociology

 

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