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Introduzione Buchanan (1965) sosteneva che il problema principale dei sistemi sanitari nazionali fosse che la domanda è fatta da scelte individuali e l'offerta è una scelta collettiva. Dal lato della domanda, l'individuo spinge la sua...
Let us help them in their own homes – for the so-called "migrants emergency" – and Brains on the run for the youths mobility, they are misleading Italian rhetoric to talk about international mobility. Their deconstruction can help us to ask questions about the new dynamics of the public sphere.
Aspettative decrescenti Più di tante statistiche, il numero di partecipanti a due recenti concorsi è indicativo della condizione occupazionale di molti giovani laureati italiani. Un concorso per assistenti giudiziari, la cui preselezione si è...
The paper focuses on some dysfunctions of the evaluation centralised systems in the Italian institutions of education and research. We argue that in these evaluation systems there are two unrecognized (latent) functions. Firstly, the evaluation devices seem to have been conceived to support Higher Education and School that suffer a serious crisis of social legitimacy. Secondly, they seem to consolidate and increase the hierarchical organization inside these institutions.
This article analyses the hotspot model as an emblematic case for the gap between the ownership and the effectiveness of the rights of migrants. Pressure for a more and more pervasive border control is dangerously suppressing fundamental rights and principles.
In Italy, during the period 2007-2016, the incidence of absolute poverty increased from 3% to 7.9% of the population. At the same time, inequality, measured by the share of individuals at risk of poverty, notably increased. The diffusion of precarious employment contributed to these trends.
Common sense economic policies of almost all the European govern¬ments has been crossed by important reforms of the labor market towards higher levels of deregulation, redefinition of the welfare system and decline or stagnation in real wages. Is there a direct or indirect correlation between these policies and soaring forms of indebtedness of private households?