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Arianna Tassinari

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Political and Social Sciences

Academic discipline: SPS/09 Economic Sociology and Sociology of Work and Organizations

Publications

Tassinari, Arianna; Panarello, Demetrio; Tassinari, Giorgio; Alboni, Fabrizio; Drudi, Ignazio; Bagnardi, Francesco, Business, as usual? The impact of organized economic interests on the stringency of Covid-19 containment policies: insights from the Italian case, «SOCIO-ECONOMIC REVIEW», 2024, Online First, pp. 1 - 36 [Scientific article]

Bondy, Assaf Shlomo; Maggor, Erez; Tassinari, Arianna, Putting wage growth back on the table: Labour incorporation, political exchange, and wage-boosting policies in advanced peripheral economies, «COMPETITION & CHANGE», 2024, Online first, pp. 1 - 28 [Scientific article]Open Access

Gabbriellini, Francesca; Moro, Angelo; Tassinari, Arianna, A working-class road to radical industrial democracy. Workplace industrial relations and workers mobilisation in the ex-GKN factory in Florence, «STUDI ORGANIZZATIVI», 2023, 2, pp. 79 - 104 [Scientific article]

Tassinari, Arianna; Bulfone, Fabio; Gago, Angie, Labour market policy reforms in Southern Europe: too much of the wrong medicine?, in: Handbook of Labour Market Policy in Advanced Democracies, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2023, pp. 463 - 477 [Chapter or essay]

Tassinari, Arianna; Herrigel, Gary; Doellgast, Virginia, On Sidney Rothstein’s Recoding Power: Tactics for Mobilizing Tech Workers, New York, Oxford University Press, 2022, «SOCIO-ECONOMIC REVIEW», 2023, 21, pp. 1257 - 1268 [Scientific article]

Maccarrone, Vincenzo; Cini, Lorenzo; Tassinari, Arianna, Resistance and struggle in the gig economy, in: Handbook of Research on the Global Political Economy of Work, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2023, pp. 360 - 370 [Chapter or essay]

Tassinari A; Sacchi S, A biased pendulum: Italy's oscillations between concertation and disintermediation, in: The Role of Social Partners in Managing Europe’s Great Recession. Crisis Corporatism or Corporatism in Crisis?, London, Routledge, 2022, pp. 187 - 211 [Chapter or essay]

Meardi, G; Tassinari, A, Crisis corporatism 2.0? The role of social dialogue in the pandemic crisis in Europe, «TRANSFER», 2022, 28, pp. 83 - 100 [Scientific article]Open Access

Rathgeb P.; Tassinari A., How the Eurozone disempowers trade unions: the political economy of competitive internal devaluation, «SOCIO-ECONOMIC REVIEW», 2022, 20, pp. 323 - 350 [Scientific article]Open Access

Lorenzo Cini; Francesca Gabbriellini; Giacomo Gabbuti; Angelo Moro; Benedetta Rizzo; Arianna Tassinari, La lutte des ouvriers de GKN Florence, entre auto-organisation ouvrière et mobilisation sociale, «CHRONIQUE INTERNATIONALE DE L'IRES», 2022, N° 177, pp. 3 - 17 [Scientific article]Open Access

Afonso A; Dorigatti L; Molina O; Tassinari A, Labour market (de-)regulation and wage setting institutions, in: Mediterranean Capitalism Revisited: One Model, Different Trajectories, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 2022, pp. 115 - 148 (CORNELL STUDIES IN POLITICAL ECONOMY) [Chapter or essay]

Tassinari A., Labour market policy in Italy’s recovery and resilience plan. Same old or a new departure?, «CONTEMPORARY ITALIAN POLITICS», 2022, 14, pp. 441 - 457 [Scientific article]Open Access

Tassinari A, Power or partisanship? Populist parties in power and social concertation. The case of the Italian yellow-green government, 2018-19’, «STATO E MERCATO», 2022, 42, pp. 231 - 259 [Scientific article]

Tassinari A.; Donaghey J.; Galetto M., Puzzling choices in hard times: Union ideologies of social concertation in the Great Recession, «INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS», 2022, 61, pp. 109 - 134 [Scientific article]Open Access

Cini L; Tassinari A, Trade Unions in the Gig Economy., in: The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements (second edition), Oxford, Wiley Blackwell, 2022, pp. 1 - 3 [Chapter or essay]