Lavoro e diritti

Lavoro e diritti

Some indicators of performance of the Italian civil justice system are presented and discussed. Data for 2016, show how in the Southern courts the length of proceedings is notably higher than in the North, because of the backlog that weighs on courts. A performance indicator (clearance rate), however, does not show a divide between North and South. Furthermore, courts performance is neither related to shortages in judges organigramme, nor to litigation rates.

The aim of this work is to investigate the phenomenon of social exclusion in Rome, by means of data and maps for 155 districts. Socially excluded people are prevented from full participation in society, notably in outer districts and in the eastern sector of the city.

According to a widely held view in the South of Italy labor costs are "too high" in relation to productivity. We look at Value-added and Unit labour costs to find that this thesis has not strong empirical evidence.

“It is from the champions of impossible rather than the slaves of the possible that evolution draws it’s creative force” (Barbara Wootton) In Italia negli ultimi trent’anni per il precariato è stata scelta una “politica...

This work focuses on evaluating the efficiency of twenty-five of the biggest public universities in Italy through the use of Data Envelopment Analysis. The performance examined data from 2006 to 2013, and was evaluated through a model consisting of an input (current spending) and three outputs (the students, the research funding, the third mission).

La proposta di istituire in Italia un reddito di cittadinanza, proposto come disegno di legge, dal movimento 5 stelle, e largamente utilizzato nella campagna elettorale, ha l’indubbio merito di aver rilanciato il dibattito sul...

In this essay, I will put forward a policy proposal for a new framework of a bargaining agreement on the second level, with ex ante objectives of labour productivity to which to link the performance wage. We will call the proposal "A Pact for Planned Productivity". The aim is to try to curb the productivity decline in which Italy has been subject since the mid-nineties. This proposal emerged following a debate in 2009 with the contribution of Fadda (2009); Ciccarone (2009); Messori (2012); Antonioli and Pini (2013); Tridico, (2014)