Quanto stabile è la dualizzazione? il caso del mercato del lavoro e delle politiche di contrasto alla povertà in Italia

Author/s Andrea Ciarini, Roberto Rizza
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2021/159
Language English Pages 22 P. 89-110 File size 351 KB
DOI 10.3280/SL2021-159005
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This article analyses the old and new dualisation processes that have emerged in Italy in the last twenty years. By focusing on the dualising outcomes of labour market and antipoverty policies, it addresses the trajectories followed by dualisa-tion and their effects on the divides between insiders and outsiders. Within this framework it is argued that dualisation is not a stable equilibrium, but rather the result of the interconnections between institutional arrangements and the variable decisions of social and political actors.

Keywords: Dualisation, labour market, poverty

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Andrea Ciarini, Roberto Rizza, How Stable is Dualisation? The Case of Labour Market and Antipoverty Policies in Italy in "SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO " 159/2021, pp 89-110, DOI: 10.3280/SL2021-159005