Oltre la dicotomia insiders/outsiders. Un'indagine sulla dualizzazione nel Sud Europa

Translated title of the contribution: Beyond dichotomy insiders/outsiders. A study on dualization in Southern Europe

Antonio Firinu, Lara Maestripieri

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Abstract

The recent financial crisis 2008-2014 and the likely crisis that will follow the Covid19 pandemic have shown the need to go beyond the traditional theories on labour market segmentation. In this article, we propose the theoretical model Multicategorial- Scale Dualization (DSM). Instead of conceiving the dualization as a binary combination of insiders/outsiders, the model here proposed explores different dimensions of marginalization along with a continuum of job positions. Stemming from a comparative analysis of Eurostat and OECD indicators, we analyse the dualization in four Southern European countries (Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece). We then focus on the Italian case through an intersectional analysis, with the aim of showing the heuristic capacity of the DSM model for studying nonstandard work in the Southern European model.

Translated title of the contributionBeyond dichotomy insiders/outsiders. A study on dualization in Southern Europe
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)193-217
Number of pages25
JournalSociologia del Lavoro
Issue number161
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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