Qualità della ricerca, equilibri di genere e riforma degli statuti: riportare le università italiane nelle classifiche internazionali. Una proposta
Privilegi incorporati e afasie sociologiche
Discussion on Michèle Lamont's "How Professors Think"
Debate on "State Transformation or Regime Shift? Addressing Some Confusions in the Theory and Sociology of the State", by Alan Scott and Paul du Gay
Understanding Social Science Blog
The 2010 Global Peace Index
Eleventh International Workshop Trust in Agent Societies
To be held at the Autonomous Agents & Multi-Agent Systems Conference (AAMAS 2008)
May 12 and 13 (One and Half Day), 2008. Estoril, Portugal
The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers who can contribute to a better understanding of trust and reputation in agent societies. Most agent models assume secure and reliable communication to exist between agents. However, this ideal situation is seldom met in reality.
Workshop submissions deadline: January 25, 2008 Workshop paper acceptance notifications: February 25, 2008 Camera ready copies: March 7, 2008
Rino Falcone - email@example.com tel. +39 06 44595253 fax +39 06 44595243 ISTC-CNR Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology Via San Martino della Battaglia, 44 00185 Roma - ITALY
48th Congress of the European Regional Science Association
27 – 31 August 2008
The 2008 ERSA Congress will be jointly hosted by the Department of Civic Design at the University of Liverpool and the British and Irish Section of the Regional Science Association International.
Chosen as European Capital of Culture for 2008, Liverpool has
been the focus for numerous regeneration initiatives. The City has
changed dramatically in the last decade and is emerging as one of
the UK's leading centres for learning, culture, entertainment,
sport and endeavour. The Congress will provide an excellent
opportunity to see, and reflect on, the substantial progress that
has been made.
The overarching theme for the Congress will be Culture, Cohesion and Competitiveness – Regional Perspectives. This encapsulates a number of different aspects that are topical and relevant not only for Liverpool but also across the whole of Europe.
Third Winter School on Inequality and Social Welfare Theory (IT3)
Organized by: International Ph.D in Economics and Finance Department of Economics, University of Verona CHILD (Center for Household, Income, Labour and Demographic Economics) CRISS (Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerca sullo Stato Sociale) January 8-11, 2008, Alba di Canazei (Dolomites), Italy
The aim of the School is to provide junior and senior researchers with the opportunity to discuss issues concerning: Segregation and Polarization Measurement, Ethnic Diversity and Inequality, Identity and Social Integration, Fiscal Federalism, Secessions, Taxation and Social Cohesion.
GROUNDED THEORY E DIBATTITO METODOLOGICO IN ITALIA: esperienze di ricerca sociale a confronto
CAGLIARI, 11 DICEMBRE 2007, ORE 16.00 AULA MAGNA DELLA FACOLTA' DI SCIENZE POLITICHE Intervengono: SUSAN LEIGH STAR, Santa Clara University, Visiting professor presso l'Università di Cagliari Attila Bruni, Universtà di Trento Mario Cardano, Università di Torino Giampietro Gobo, Università di Milano - Statale Federico Neresini, Università di Padova Massimiliano Tarozzi, Università di Trento Coordina: Alessandro Mongili, Università di Cagliari
CAGLIARI, 11 DICEMBRE 2007, ORE 16.00
AULA MAGNA DELLA FACOLTA' DI SCIENZE POLITICHE
SUSAN LEIGH STAR, Santa Clara University, Visiting professor presso l'Università di Cagliari
Attila Bruni, Universtà di Trento
Mario Cardano, Università di Torino
Giampietro Gobo, Università di Milano - Statale
Federico Neresini, Università di Padova
Massimiliano Tarozzi, Università di Trento
Coordina: Alessandro Mongili, Università di Cagliari
Nuffield is an internationally oriented graduate college of the University of Oxford specialising in the social sciences. It is one of the leading centres of sociology in Europe with a special expertise in the development and empirical testing of middle-range theories.
Each year Nuffield College admits up to eight graduate students who are pursuing a degree in Sociology and related disciplines (social policy, social and economic history, epidemiology, and social statistics). The small size and specialised nature of the College enable students to work closely with each other and with the Fellows of the College in a stimulating and research‑orientated environment. All students receive an office in College, and many also reside in College.
As part of its commitment to promote excellence in social science research, the Nuffield Sociology Group offers up to two Doctoral Studentships tenable from October 2008.