Per sviluppare l’internazionalizzazione del dottorato e consolidare i rapporti con Atenei stranieri oltre che per potenziare il programma didattico, il Collegio docenti partecipa ogni anno ai bandi Visiting Professor di Unimore, i quali prevedono l’inserimento di corsi e seminari nel programma didattico del Corso.

I docenti che hanno vinto questi bandi negli ultimi anni sono:

a.a 2023 – 2024

Tiziana Callari
Ciclo seminari: Epistemological and Methodological Considerations in Qualitative Research

•  Designing a qualitative research design study
•  Case study
•  Thematic analysis as a Family of approaches (I)
•  Thematic analysis as a Family of approaches (II)
•  Performing a literature review – Online Seminar

Angela O’Hagan
Ciclo seminari:  Gender Budgeting: A tool for feminist policy change?  Perspectives on practice

•  Comparative gender budgeting
•  Understanding institutional resistances to gender budgeting
•  Women’s participation in economic policy making
•  Advancing gender equality in research organisations

a.a 2022 – 2023

Timothy King
Ciclo seminari: Financial innovation: regulation, governance and technology issues

•  Disruptive Technology in Banking: the role of FinTech
•  Bank-FinTech relationship: which effects on performance and visibility of FinTechs
•  Corporate governance in the financial sector
•  Regulating the banking and financial sector

Yelda Yucel
Ciclo seminari: Engendering economics and public policies: Well-being and rights-based approaches

•  Gender, Macroeconomics and Crises
•  Gender Inequalities in the Access to the Labour Market and in Working hours
•  Gender, Trade and Decent Work
•  Well-Being, Human rights and Human Rights Cities in Turkey
•  Gender Sensitivity of Policy Tools through Human Rights and Well-Being

a.a 2021 – 2022

Marta Otto
Ciclo seminari: Bridging human resources to human rights

•  The foundations of privacy and data protection in employment in Europe
•  People Analytics in the Age of Big Data: An Agenda for Labour Law Regulation?
•  Innovation and (Pseudo) Managerial Legitimations: The Equivocal Paths of Operational Autonomy in EU Academia
•  The Polish labour law resilience to digital reconfiguration. Lessons from the coronavirus pandemic

Tiziana Callari
Ciclo seminari: Qualitative Research Design and Analysis Techniques

•  Designing a qualitative research design project/ intervention
•  Qualitative Content Analysis
•  Thematic Analysis
•  Performing a literature review analysis using NVivo

a.a 2020 – 2021

Susan Bisom-Rapp
Ciclo seminari: The 21st Century Challenges Facing American Workplace Law

•  An introduction to the US employment and labour law system
•  US EEO law: job security, managerial practice, and the case of age and gender
•  Technology and the workplace
•  The COVID-19 crisis

Gianmarco Campagnolo
Ciclo seminari: The role of informal networks in technological innovation

•  Introduction to the study of informal networks
•  The biography of artefacts and practices framework
•  Studying networks using social media data
•  The case of independent film makers
•  The case of freelance football analysts
•  Group discussion and wrap up

Gulay Gunluk Senesen
Ciclo seminari: Identification of the impacts of the pandemic and scenarios for restructuring

•  Input-Output Modelling of Employment and Scenarios
•  Urban Wellbeing –Municipality policies with Indicators
•  Online office hours

a.a 2019 – 2020

Catherine Deffains-Crapsky
Ciclo seminari: Alternative Finance

•  An overview of alternative finance today
•  The difficulty to fund startups
•  Aims at dealing with funding sustainable entrepreneurship through crowdfunding.

Paula Rodriguez-Mondroño
Ciclo seminari: Economics and labour: analytical tools

•  Employment in the gig economy: new forms of work and working conditions
•  Gender segregation in the labour market
•  School-to-work transition regimes and youth employment programs
•  Innovation and social capital: the role of networks