Dr. Emanuela Struffolino

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David Ausserhofer

Kontakt

emanuela.struffolino [at] wzb.eu
Reichpietschufer 50
D-10785 Berlin
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David Ausserhofer
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin der Forschungsgruppe

Forschungsthemen

Geschlecht und Familie | Arbeit und Arbeitsmarkt | Methoden der Sozialforschung | Sozialstaat und soziale Ungleichheit
Family formation | Life course sociology | Demography | Gender inequalities in education and labour market participation | Poverty dynamics

Lebenslauf

Visit my webpage for additional information on publications and ongoing research.

Oxford-Berlin Research Partnership 2019-2020  “Understanding Family Demographic Processes and In-Work Poverty in Europe”, with Johannes Giesecke (Humboldt University of Berlin), Christiaan Monden and Zachary Van Winkle (Oxford University and Nuffield College).

10/2015 – present Research fellow at the research unit "Demography and Inequality" at the WZB - Berlin Social Science Center

10/2015 – present Associate researcher at Humboldt University Berlin, Institute for Social Sciences - chair of Microsociology

03/2014 – 09/2015 Research fellow at “NCCR LIVES - overcoming vulnerability: life course perspective”, University of Lausanne

2014 PhD in Sociology at the University of Milan Bicocca, Graduate School in Comparative and International Studies in Social Sciences (SCISS)

2013 Visiting scholar at the WZB, Research Unit “Demography and Inequality”

2009 M.A. in Sociology, University of Turin

2006 Erasmus Program, University of Girona


2006 B.A. in Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Turin


Ausgewählte Publikationen

Raab M., Struffolino E., (2019) The heterogeneity of partnership trajectories to childlessness in Germany, European Journal of Population - online first.

Filandri M, Struffolino E. (2018), Individual and household in-work poverty in Europe: understanding the role of labor market characteristics, European Societies, Published online: 29 Oct 2018. 

Van Winkle Z., Struffolino E. (2018), When Working Isn’t Enough: Family Demographic Process and In-Work Poverty across the Life Course in the United States, Demographic Research, Vol.39(12), pp. 365–380.

Borgna C., Struffolino E. (2018) Unpacking configurational dynamics: Sequence analysis and qualitative comparative analysis as a mixed-method design, in Studer M. and Ritschard G. (Eds.), Advances in Sequence Analysis and Related Methods for Life Course Studies, Springer, Cham.

Studer M., Struffolino E., Fasang A. (2018) Estimating the Relationship between Time-Varying Covariates and Trajectories: The Sequence Analysis Multistate Model Procedure, Sociological Methodology, volume 48

Struffolino E., Mortelmans D. (2017) Lone mothers in Belgium: labour force attachment and risk factors,  in Bernardi L. and Mortelmans D. (Eds.) Lone Parenthood in the Life Course, Life course research and social policies series, Springer.

Milewski N., Struffolino E., Bernardi L. (2017) Migrant status and lone motherhood – Risk factors of female labour force participation in Switzerland, in Bernardi L. and Mortelmans D. (Eds.) Lone Parenthood in the Life Course, Life course research and social policies series, Springer.

Borgna C., Struffolino E. (2017) Pushed or pulled? Girls and boys facing early school leaving risk in Italy, Social Science Research,Volume 61, 2017, pp. 298–313.

Struffolino E., Bernardi L. (2017)  Vulnerabilität alleinerziehender Mütter in der Schweiz aus einer Lebensverlaufsperspektive, ZSE Zeitschrift für Soziologie der Erziehung und Sozialisation (2) pp. 123 - 141, doi 10.3262/ZSE1702123

Struffolino E., Bernardi L. (2017),  Vulnerability of Lone Mothers over the Life Course in Switzerland. LIVES Working Paper 2017/60, doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2017.60

Struffolino E., Bernardi L., Voorpostel M. (2016) Self-reported Health among Lone Mothers in Switzerland:Do Employment and Education Matter? Population-E, 71 (2) pp. 187-214. DOI: 10.3917/pope.1602.0187 . Winner of the Population Young Author Prize 2016.

Struffolino E., Zaccaria D. (2016), Early retirement in Italy in a life-course perspective: Do preferences matter?  LIVES Working Paper 2016/50, doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2016.50

Struffolino E., Studer M., Fasang E.A. (2016), Gender, Education, and Family Life Courses in East and West Germany: Insights from New Sequence Analysis Techniques, Advances in Life Course Research 29 (2016) 66–79.

Struffolino E., Bernardi L., Voorpostel M. (2015), Lone Motherhood and Self-reported Health in Switzerland: Does Paid Work Matter? LIVES Working Paper 2015/44, http://dx.doi.org/10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2015.44 ISSN 2296-1658

Borgna, C. and Struffolino, E. (2014), Early school Leaving Dynamics in Italy. The Heterogeneity of Gender Effects. ISFOL Research Paper 20. Roma: Istituto per lo Sviluppo della Formazione Professionale dei Lavoratori, Roma (ISFOL).

Filandri M. and Struffolino E. (2013), Working poor: lavoratori con basso salario o occupati che vivono in famiglie povere? Un'analisi del fenomeno in Italia prima e dopo la crisi [Working Poor: Low-paid or Workers in Poor Households? Evidence Before and After the Crisis], Sociologia del Lavoro, 131:2013, doi:10.3280/SL2013-131012.

Raitano M. and Struffolino E. (2013), Traiettorie lavorative e salariali a inizio carriera in Italia: un'analisi longitudinale [Early Career Patterns and Wages in Italy: a Longitudinal Analysis], in "Stato e mercato" 3/2013, pp. 389-422, doi: 10.1425/75011

Italia: un'analisi longitudinale [Early Career Patterns and Wages in Italy: a Longitudinal Analysis], in "Stato e mercato" 3/2013, pp. 389-422, doi: 10.1425/75011

Projekte

Devillanova C., Raitano M., Struffolino E., Longitudinal employment trajectories and self-reported health in midlife: new evidence from Italy.

Struffolino E., Bernardi L., Transition to lone parenthood and employment trajectories in Switzerland: a mixed method approach.

Dissemination

2018 - Struffolino E. and Van Winkle Z., Lavoratrici ma povere [Women who work but are poor], inGenere - Dati, Politiche, Questioni di Genere 6/12/2018.

2018 - Larenza O. and Struffolino E., Perchè il ddl Pillon non è una buona idea [Why the Pillon Law proposal on mantainance after separation is not a good idea], inGenere - Dati, Politiche, Questioni di Genere 11/10/2018.

2017 - Borgna C. and Struffolino E.,Schule und das Push’n Pull Vorzeitiger Schulabgang unter Mädchen und Jungen in Italien,  in "Digital Wie Arbeit, Leben, Forschung sich und uns verändern" WZB-Mitteilungen Nr. 155.

2016 - Struffolino E., Mehrfach benachteiligt. Wie Bildung, Job und Einkommen die Gesundheit alleinerziehender Mütter in der Schweiz prägen,  in "Familie 2016. Arbeit, Gesundheit und Partnerschaft im Kontext." WZB-Mitteilungen Nr. 153.

2016 – Struffolino E. and Bernardi L., Demos. Family, migration. Demographic information No. 1 June 2016, Neuchâtel: FSO.

2016 – Filandri M. and Struffolino E., Proprietà della casa e riproduzione delle disuguaglianze nella Legge di Stabilità per il 2016 [Household tenure and reproducion of inequalities in the Stability Law for 2016], Menabó n.38 - Etica & economia.

2015 - Struffolino E. and Bernardi L., Vulnerability and Lone Parenthood in Switzerland - Verletzbare Elternschaft: Gefährdungen einer Lebensform, Meeting at University of Zürich

2015 - Struffolino E. and Borgna C., L'abbandono scolastico in Italia: genere, risorse familiari e mercato del lavoro, [Early school living in Italy: gender, family resources, and labour market opportunities], Menabó n.16 - Etica & economia.

2015 – Struffolino E. and Filandri M., Accumulare povertà? Note sull report dell'ISTAT 'La povertà in Italia 2014', [Cumulating poverty ? Notes on the ISTAT’s report « Poverty in Italy 2014 »], Menabó n. 27 - Etica & economia.

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Kontakt

emanuela.struffolino [at] wzb.eu
Reichpietschufer 50
D-10785 Berlin
Raum
B 005

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