Dr. Giulia Tattarini
Giulia Tattarini was a scholarship holder of the program "Good Work": Approaches to Shaping Tomorrow's World of Work sponsored by the WZB and the Hans Böckler Foundation. Her PhD project "A job is good, but a good job is healthier" focuses on the health consequences of employment precariousness in Germany. She previously studied "Sociology and Social research"at the University of Trento. She graduated with her thesis titled "Health consequences of job loss in Europe. Does the family make the difference?".
Scheuring, Sonja/Voßemer, Jonas/Baranowska-Rataj, Anna/Tattarini, Giulia (2021): "Does Fixed-Term Employment Have Spillover Effects on the Well-Being of Partners? A Panel Data Analysis for East and West Germany.". In: Journal of Happiness Studies, advance access, 19.01.2021, online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10902-020-00353-2.
Tattarini, Giulia (2020): Gender roles and selection mechanisms across contexts: A comparative analysis of the relationship between unemployment, self-perceived health, and gender. DIAL Working Paper Series 20/2020
[Dynamics of Inequality Across the Lifecourse]. Retrieved from https://dynamicsofinequality.org/publication/gender-roles-and-selection-mechanisms-across-contexts-a-comparative-analysis-of-the-relationship-between-unemployment-self-perceived-health-and-gender/
Tattarini G, Grotti R, Scherer S. The buffering role of the family in the relationship between job loss and self-perceived health: Longitudinal results from Europe, 2004-2011. May 2018, Health & Place 52:55-61