ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE


Peer Reviewed Journal
ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE
Rivista quadrimestrale di analisi economica e sociale
3 issues per year , ISSN 1827-2479 , ISSNe 2038-6745
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Regional Economics and Society - Beyond the Bridge (Economia e società regionale - Oltre il ponte) has been the journal of IRES Veneto since 1983. Established with the primary aim of creating a tool for reflection and debate, it hosts contributions from scholars, researchers and trade union leaders involved in the transformation of local economies. It gives space to the results of research carried out in Italy and abroad on economic issues, social phenomena, public policies and institutional dynamics. Particular focus is placed on emerging issues related to the political agenda of regional players. The journal also places special emphasis on the central issues of public debate in Italy and Europe:
taxation and federalism;
economic policies and industrial relations;
changes in work and welfare systems;
international economic reorganisation and production relocation;
technological innovation and business networks;
credit, services and reform of local utilities.
These are key topics that, because of the obvious impact they have on labour and trade union strategies, are emblematic of the contradictions that accompany the evolution of production and innovation. Economia e società regionale - Oltre il ponte seeks to provide a forum for comparative debate, hosting positions that differ in their analysis of phenomena and policy. This effort to promote sometimes antithetical ideas allows one to observe the latest developments in knowledge, and, at the same time, to challenge the social, political and institutional players into identifying appropriate courses of action. As of edition No 105 (1) 2009, the journal's main section features a monographic section dedicated to the inherent changes taking place in the Northeast, after which the edition is titled. The editor, after discussion with the Editorial Advisory Board, introduces and leads analysis and reflection on the topic. Each monographic section provides subject matter for discussion in the subsequent edition, where contributions are hosted in the opening section "Debate on" The results of analysis and research carried out by academics and researchers on economic and social themes are published in the Essays and Research section. These essays are generally documented and supported by non-controversial, though not exclusively quantitative, databases, and are structured according to strict scientific criteria. Articles in this section are subject to refereeing, although they are also targeted at non-specialists. The section Notes and Reviews provides a rolling information and reporting service with brief reviews of recently published texts and dissertations by experts and scholars on subjects of particular interest.

Editor in chief: Francesco Indovina
General editor: Giorgio Gosetti
Editorial board: Nicoletta Masiero (coordinamento), Marco Almagisti, Bruno Anastasia, Elena Battaglini, Alfiero Boschiero, Vania Brino, Anna Carreri, Marina Chiarvesio, Giancarlo Corò, Valentina De Marchi, Eleonora Di Maria, Alberto Mattei, Patrizia Messina, Lorenza Perini, Michelangelo Savino, Vladimiro Soli
Scientific board: Ada Becchi, Franca Bimbi, Aurelio Bruzzo, Ilvo Diamanti, Gianluigi Fontana, Emilio Franzina, Donata Gottardi, Roberto Grandinetti, Luciano Greco, Paolo Roberto Graziano, Paolo Gubitta, Luigi Mariucci, Luca Meldolesi, Stefano Micelli, Domenico Patassini, Paolo Perulli, Marina Piazza, Paolo Pini, Vincenzo Rebba, Matelda Reho, Gianni Riccamboni, Giorgio Roverato, Enzo Rullani, Pierangelo Spano, Dario Stevanato, Giuseppe Tattara, Ugo Trivellato, Maurizio Zenezini

Editorial Offices: via Peschiera 5 - 30174 Mestre (Venezia) tel. 041/5497820 - fax 041/5497824 e-mail: ires@veneto.cgil.it

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Articles received by the journal are subject to anonymous refereeing. The referees evaluate the proposed work and draw up a form prepared by the Editorial Advisory Board. If their overall assessment is not positive, the article will be rejected. Otherwise, if changes are required, the evaluation form is sent to the author anonymously. Based on comments received, if the author considers it necessary, he may review the text and submit the revised version to the journal which is then resent to the same referee for final approval, without which the article will not be published.

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Issue 2/2020 Covid-19 e lavoro: sguardi interdisciplinari
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Vania Brino, Anna Carreri, Valentina De Marchi, Eleonora Di Maria, Introduzione. Covid-19 e lavoro: sguardi interdisciplinari
Paolo Gubitta, Diego Campagnolo, Resilienza, lavoro e organizzazione nella pandemia di Covid-19 (Resilience, job and organization in the Covid-19 pandemic)
Grazia Garlatti Costa, Isabel Bertoni, Smart-working forzato e massivo durante l’emergenza Covid-19 ed impatti sulla creatività individuale: uno studio empirico
Micaela Vitaletti, Emergenza covid-19 e lavoratrici madri. Occupazione e condizione femminile tra diritto "scritto" e diritto "muto" (The impact of pandemic on women employment)
Francesco Campolongo, Francesco E. Iannuzzi, Precari dello spettacolo. Elementi per una ricomposizione (The entertainment industry precariat. Insights for a social re-composition)
Giorgio Gosetti, Codiv-19 e settore agroalimentare: effetti sull’eterogeneità di un ambito produttivo in cambiamento (Covid-19 and the agri-food sector: effects on heterogeneity of a changing production sector)
Flaviano Zandonai, Futuro del lavoro e ruolo del terzo settore (The future of work and the role of the third sector)
Monica Fedeli, Il docente universitario. Le trasformazioni della didattica e lo sviluppo professionale (The university instructor. Teaching transformation and professional development)
Michele Fabrizi, Antonio Parbonetti, Aziende criminali, business e Covid-19: i rischi nascosti della pandemia (cCiminal firms, business and Covid-19: the pandemic’s hidden risks)
Marco Bettiol, Selena Brocca, Eleonora Di Maria, Luca Menesello, Stefano Micelli, Pmi, trasformazione digitale e competenze alla prova di Covid-19 (Smes, digital transformation and competences in the covid-19 scenario)
Matteo Gaddi, Matteo Rinaldini, La lean production in tempi di Covid-2019: criticità emergenti e aperture di spazi di negoziazione (Lean production in the time of covid-2019: emerging criticalities and rooms for negotiation)
Ivana Pais, L’economia di piattaforma e l’economia collaborativa durante l’emergenza Covid-19 (The platform economy and the collaborative economy during the Covid-19 emergency)
Anna Rota, Sulla (in)effettività dei diritti dei gig workers al tempo di Covid-19 (on the (in)effectiveness of the rights of gig workers at the time of covid-19)
Monica Gobbato, Emergenza Covid-19 e protezione dei dati personali (The pandemic and the personal data)
Anna Carreri, Nicoletta Masiero, Sindacato e pandemia. Intervista a Christian Ferrari Segretario CGIL Veneto
Giancarlo Corò, Monica Plechero, Mario Volpe, Il ruolo degli investimenti in tecnologie digitali sulla capacità di risposta all’emergenza Covid-19: un’indagine sulle imprese manifatturiere del Veneto (The role of investments in digital technologies in responding to the Covid-19 emergency: an investigation of the manufacturing firms in the Veneto Region)
Vincenzo Mongillo, Sicurezza del lavoro e diritto penale di fronte alla sfida Covid-19: punti fermi e aspetti controversi (Safety at work and criminal law in the face of the challenge of covid-19: firm points and questions)
Lorenza Perini, Idee in discussione. Libri pieni di auspici. Recensione a per una critica dell’economia turistica


Issue 1/2020 Problemi e prospettive della scuola
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Gabriele Ballarino, Problemi e prospettive della scuola italiana: una presentazione
Bruno Anastasia, La rilevanza del settore istruzione nel contesto del mercato del lavoro: note e indicazioni dalle fonti statistiche disponibili (The significance of the education sector in the labor market: notes and indications from the available statistical sources)
Marco Tosi, Camilla Borgna, Milena Belloni, Quando lo studio non paga. Un’analisi sui differenziali salariali fra stranieri e italiani (When education does not pay off)
Angela Martini, Istruzione e diseguaglianze sociali nel Veneto (Education and social inequalities in the veneto region)
Fulvio Cortese, Le politiche scolastiche a livello regionale: quale autonomia? (The regional school policies: which autonomy?)
Sandra D’Agostino, Silvia Vaccaro, La via italiana al duale: opportunità e criticità (The italian path to the dual system: opportunities and threat)
Nicoletta Masiero, Alberto Mattei, Sindacato e scuola. Intervista a Marta Viotto e Franco Pilla - segreteria FLC CGIL Veneto
Katya De Bortoli, I paradossi del mismatch. Un’indagine qualitativa su alcune piccole e medie imprese trevigiane e bellunesi (Mismatch paradoxes. A qualitative survey on some small and medium-sized enterprises in treviso and belluno)
Nicoletta Masiero, Idee in discussione «Chiunque parli di "capitale umano" sta riscrivendo la nostra Costituzione». Nota su Capitale disumano


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