Desigualdades sociales en una perspectiva comparada: Europa y América Latina

Translated title of the contribution: Social inequalities in a comparative perspective: Europe and latin america

Pedro López-Roldán, Sandra Fachelli

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© 2019, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. All rights reserved. Presentation of the articles collected in the Papers review’s monographic number as a result of various exchanges and collaborative works carried out within the framework of the European project International Network for Comparative Analysis of Social Inequalities (INCASI). It is a network of twenty universities, from five European countries (Spain, Italy, France, United Kingdom and Finland) and from five Latin American countries (Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Brazil and Mexico), dedicated to the comparative research of inequalities developing a European project of the Horizon 2020 program (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Research and Innovation Staff Exchange, Grant Agreement GA-691004). The articles deal in a comparative perspective with the themes of labour market segmentation, professional self-employed workers, inequality of educational opportunities, socio-economic heterogeneity and the measurement of social classes, social mobility and migration, and gender gaps in households unpaid work. The different contributions seek to find points of confluence and divergence, through comparative empirical analysis of specific aspects of social inequalities between countries of Europe and Latin America, derived from the analytical framework proposed by the INCASI network (
Translated title of the contributionSocial inequalities in a comparative perspective: Europe and latin america
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)149-155
Number of pages7
JournalPapers: Revista de Sociologia
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2 Apr 2019


  • Comparative analysis
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • Social inequalities


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