Spring School - The intergenerational transmission of socio-economic status and inequality
On 13–17 March 2017, jointly with the Collegio Carlo Alberto and NASP, the ECSR will organize a Spring School: The intergenerational transmission of socio-economic status and inequality: patterns and mechanisms.
Collegio Carlo Alberto, Via Real Collegio 30, Moncalieri (Turin), Italy
The topic of the fifth edition of the ECSR Spring School is "The intergenerational transmission of socio-economic status and inequality: patterns and mechanisms". The School is promoted by ECSR, Collegio Carlo Alberto and by the universities of Milan and Turin in the frame of the NASP, Network for the Advancement in Social and Political Studies. It provides high-quality training on leading-edge theories and methodological approaches to the quantitative analysis of the intergenerational transmission of both social and economic resources and its impact on equality of opportunity over time. Particular attention will be given to the integration of different disciplinary perspectives (sociological, demographic and economic) in a consistent theoretical and empirical framework. A limited number of doctoral students and young researchers will participate to a five-day, full-immersion course, including lectures on the key current issues in the field as well as on major methodological issues, and the opportunity to present their work and have it discussed by leading scholars in the field.
The School is organized by Gabriele Ballarino (University of Milan), Fabrizio Bernardi (ECSR, EUI), Filippo Barbera, Tiziana Nazio and Cristina Solera (Collegio Carlo Alberto and University of Turin).
Faculty includes Gabriele Ballarino, Fabrizio Bernardi, Lorenzo Cappellari (Catholic University of Milan), Jani Erola (University of Turku), Antonie Knigge (Utrecht University), Christian Moonden (Nuffield College, Oxford), Tiziana Nazio, Nazareno Panichella (University of Milan), Chiara Pronzato (Collegio Carlo Alberto and University of Turin), Cristina Solera, Florencia Torche (Stanford University).
Applications have to be sent by e-mail (mito.school [at] unimi.it ) by 15 February 2017, and will include
a) an abstract of the paper that will be presented (up to 500 words);
b) a short summary of PhD thesis project or of current research (up to 3 pages);
c) a brief cv (one page).
Priority in admission will be given to students from Institutions that belong to the ECSR. Admission to the School is free of charge. Admitted students will be provided with hotel accommodation, all lunches and the social dinner. Other dinners and travel expenses to and from Turin will not be covered.