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open seminars 4T 2017

Seminaris previstos Curs 2017-2018

Tots els seminaris són en obert sense inscripció prèvia.

Al finalitzar les sessions a Urrutia continuarem amb la Ruta de Tapes “Pinxu-Panxo” de Nou Barris de 19 a 22h.
A la ruta “Pinxu-Panxo” es pot gaudir de les especialitats de diversos establiments de Nou Barris en format de tapa i acompanyades de beguda per un preu de 2,25 eur.


Descarrega’t els IGOP Open Seminars (oct17-des17)
Informació subjecta a canvis (Darrera actualització: 13 novembre 2017)


23/10/17, 13h-14:30h
Jose Celso (PhD en estada)
Brasil en la Encrucijada – de la Constitución-Ciudadana de 1988 al Golpe de Estado de 2016 – reflexiones para el siglo XXI
Campus Bellaterra, MRA.

Jose Cardoso Seminar IGOPJose Celso Cardoso es economista por la Facultad de Economia, Administración y Contabilidad de la Universidad de São Paulo (FEA/USP), con una maestría en Teoría Económica y doctorado en Desarrollo (con especialización en Economía Social y del Trabajo), ambos por el Instituto de Economía de la Universidad Estadual de Campinas (Economía, (IE / UNICAMP). Desde 1996 es técnico de Planificación e Investigación del Ipea, siendo coordinador del área de Trabajo & Renda y del Boletín de Políticas Sociales: acompañamiento y análisis, director adjunto de Estudios y Políticas Sociales (Disoc / Ipea), director de Estudios y Políticas el Estado de las Instituciones y la Democracia (Diest / Ipea) y director de Planificación, Monitoreo y Evaluación del PPA 2012-2015, en la Secretaría de Planificación e Inversiones Estratégicas (SPI) del Ministerio de Planificación, Presupuesto y Gestión (MPOG). Ha producido estudios, investigaciones aplicadas y asesoramiento gubernamental directo en temas del Trabajo y Protección Social, además de Estado, Instituciones y Planificación Estratégica Gubernamental. También en estas áreas ha sido profesor en cursos en Ipea, ENAP, ESAF, TCU, entre otros.


30/10/17, 9:30h-11:00h
Wiljan Hendriks (doctorand en estada). Discussant: Lara Maestripieri
Public sector reform and its impact on the professional identity of teachers
Campus Bellaterra, MRA, 2a planta, Sala IERMB (seminari en anglès)

Hendrikx open seminar IGOPWiljan Hendrikx (1989) is a PhD researcher at the Tilburg School of Governance, Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Previously, he studied Public Administration and Organizational Science (MSc, 2010-2012), where he graduated on a thesis about the professional identity of Dutch general practitioners. Subsequently, he was visiting fellow at the Good Project, Harvard Graduate School of Education for three months, after which he started his PhD thesis “Professional identity of GPs & teachers in a context of welfare state public policy reform” and became a public administration lecturer at Tilburg University. His main research interests cover professionalism and public management regimes. Aiming to defend his thesis in the second half of 2018, he will work as a lecturer and researcher at Tias School for Business and Society, the Netherlands, as of January 2018.

Lara Maestripieri holds a PhD in Sociology and Social Research. She is Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at the Institute of Government and Public Policies (IGOP) of the Universitat Autònoma Barcelona, studying gender and social vulnerability in an intersectional perspective with the MSCA funded project VINE (grant agreement No 747433). She has previously worked in EU Funded project FLOWS (2011-2014), WILCO (2011-2014) and CRESSI (2015-2016). In 2015, she has been fellow at the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation. Main interests of research are focused on labour transformation in the post-industrial society, and in particular: marginalised groups on the labour markets (women and young); social innovation; emerging professions.


16/11/17, 17:30h-19:00h
Ugo Rossi (Geógrafo del Politécnico de Turin)
Creative, smart, startup, platform urbanism: exploring the variegated urbanisation of technology-based capitalist economies
Escola de l’IGOP (Pg. Urrutia, 17 Barcelona)
Seminari obert + Ruta “Pinxu-Panxo”

Ugo RossiHis work is concerned with the politics of urban and regional development, drawing on critical theory (particularly the so-called Radical Italian thought, from Agamben to Hardt, Negri, Virno) and political economy (particularly its cultural-Marxist and post-structuralist variants).

His new book titled Cities in Global Capitalism (Polity, Cambridge) came out in early 2017. In the book he offers an account of the contradictions and potentialities of today’s biopolitical urbanism at the global level. Between late 2017 and early 2018 a new book he has co-edited with Theresa Enright (University of Toronto) titled The Urban Political: Ambivalent Spaces of Late Neoliberalism will come out. In this book they explore the ambivalences in the political condition of the neoliberal city in terms of both emancipatory possibilities and existing governmentalities.

His current empirical research is concerned with different forms of technology-based urban economies, from smart-city projects to start-up economies. His research aims to critique the individualised idea of happiness associated with today’s technology-based urbanism.


20 /11/17, 13h-14:30h
Ismael Blanco, Yuni Salazar, Iolanda Bianchi
Límits i oportunitats del canvi radical: l’experiència de Barcelona en Comú en el govern municipal
Campus Bellaterra, MRA

Open Seminar IGOP


5/12/17, 13h-14h
Lara Maestripieri + Antonio Firinu (IGOP + Università di Cagliari). Discussant: Oscar Molina (sociology, UAB)
The Jobs (F)act: marginalisation processes and flexicurity in Italy
Campus Bellaterra, MRA (seminari en anglès)

Open Seminar Firinu MaestripieriAntonio Firinu is post-doc at University of Cagliari, currently working on the project Iscola on inequalities in education. In 2012, he accomplished a Ph.D. in Labour Studies at the Graduate School of Social, Economic and Political Sciences (GSSEPS) – University of Milan with a thesis entitled “Undeclared flexibility: Irregularities in nonstandard contracts in Italy”. He previously worked on the project “An individual perspective to Flexicurity” at Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS) and he is part of the editorial staff of SISEC – Italian Society for Economic Sociology. Main research interests are economic sociology, labour markets and political economy, with previous publication on informal regulation of labour in journals as “Sociologia del Lavoro”.

Lara Maestripieri holds a PhD in Sociology and Social Research. She is Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at the Institute of Government and Public Policies (IGOP) of the Universitat Autònoma Barcelona, studying gender and social vulnerability in an intersectional perspective with the MSCA funded project VINE (grant agreement No 747433). She has previously worked in EU Funded project FLOWS (2011-2014), WILCO (2011-2014) and CRESSI (2015-2016). In 2015, she has been fellow at the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation. Main interests of research are focused on labour transformation in the post-industrial society, and in particular: marginalised groups on the labour markets (women and young); social innovation; emerging professions.

Oscar Molina (Oscar.molina@uab.es) is associate professor at the Sociology Department of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and member of the Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball (QUIT) and the Institute for Labour Studies (IET-UAB). He holds a degree in Economics from Pompeu Fabra University and a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute, Florence, Italy. In 2005-07 he was IRCHSS Research Fellow at the Industrial Relations and Human Resources Group, University College Dublin and then junior ICREA researcher in the Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana I el Treball (QUIT-UAB). His research interests include comparative industrial relations, comparative political economy, labour market, corporatism and varieties of capitalism.


11/12/17, 13h-14:30h
Ernesto Morales + equip Escola IGOP
Projectes recerca Escola IGOP. Una proposta de marc d’anàlisi per a l’acció comunitària institucional i una proposta de recerca inspirada en la IAP
Campus Bellaterra, MRA

Ernesto Morales EPSU Openseminars


14/12/17, 17:30h-19:00h
Vítor Peiteado (Doctorand en estada)
Institucionalización de la movilización social después del 15-M: De la PAH y la lucha por el derecho a la vivienda, al nuevo municipalismo y lucha por el derecho a la ciudad.
Escola de l’IGOP (Pg. Urrutia, 17 Barcelona)
Seminari obert + Ruta “Pinxu-Panxo”

Vitor Peiteado Open Seminar IGOPVítor Peiteado Fernández es estudiante de doctorado en las universidades de Malmö (Suecia) y Roskilde (Dinamarca) en un doble programa asociado a la plataforma de investigación sobre vivienda CRUSH. Vítor obtuvo el título de Master en Gestión Urbana Sostenible por la Universidad de Malmö en 2014, y con anterioridad se licenció en Ciencias Políticas en la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. Su interés investigador se centra en temas de vivienda y en movimiento sociales urbanos. Así, su proyecto de doctorado investiga la politización por parte de los movimientos sociales de base de temas de vivienda, la redefinición del derecho a la vivienda y su importancia en la lucha por el derecho a la ciudad.

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