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Roberta Cucca, PhD

Adresse:A-1090 Wien, Rooseveltplatz 2
Zimmer:R 218
Telefon:+43 (1) 4277-49273
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E-Mail:roberta.cucca@univie.ac.at
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Publications (selection)

Books

 

(2016) with Ranci C., (Eds), Unequal cities in Europe: the challenge of post-industrial transition in times of austerity, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group (forthcoming, sept 2016).

 

(2010) with Cerea S., Rago M., Sviluppo economico e integrazione sociale. Il caso dei distretti industriali lombardi (Economic development and social integration. The case of industrial districts in Lombardy) Carocci, Roma

 

(2010) with Colombo A. (Eds.), Innovare la democrazia. Teorie ed esperienze di deliberazione pubblica, (Innovating democracy. Theories and experiences of public deliberation) Guerini Editore, Milano

 

(2009) Partecipare alla mobilità sostenibile. Politiche, strumenti, attori, (Participating to sustainable mobility. Policies, tools and actors) Carocci, Roma

 

(2008) with E.M. Tacchi (Eds.), Coinvolgimento e vivibilità urbana. Il caso di Limbiate, (Social participation and urban liveability. The case of Limbiate) Franco Angeli, Milano.

 

 

Peer reviewed Journals

 

(2016) con Bricocoli M., Social mix and housing policy: local effects of a misleading rhetoric. The case of Milan in “Urban Studies”, Vol. 53, n. 1, pp. 77-91.

 

(2015) with Agustoni A., Alietti A., Neoliberalismo, migrazioni e segregazione spaziale. Politiche abitative e mix sociale nei casi europeo e italiano (Neoliberalism, migration and spatial segregation. Housing policies in Europe and Italy), “Sociologia urbana e rurale”, 1/2015, pp. 118-136

 

(2014) con Maestripieri L., Sabatinelli S., Partecipazione femminile al mercato del lavoro e servizi alla prima infanzia. Uno sguardo comparato sul modello bolognese in transizione, in “Autonomie Locali e Servizi Sociali”, Il Mulino, pp. 253-269

 

(2014) Contesa per l’acqua nella “valle più bella del mondo”. Energia rinnovabile, protezione ambientale e sviluppo economico in Val Trebbia (“The war for water in the “most beautiful valley in the world”. Renewable energy, environmental protection and economic development in Trebbia Valley”), in “Culture della sostenibilità”, n. 13, pp. 171-179

 

(2013) Paura del ghetto e politiche antisegregative: cosa possiamo imparare dal Canada? Il caso di Toronto, (Fear of the “ghetto” and Area based policies. What can we learn from Canada? The case of Toronto), in “Mondi Migranti”, 2/2013

 

(2012) The unexpected consequences of sustainability. Green cities between innovation and ecogentrification, in “Sociologica”, 2/2012, doi: 10.2383/38269

 

(2012) with E.M. Tacchi, Tradeoffs and entanglements among sustainability dimensions. The case of accessibility as a missing pillar of sustainable mobility policies in Italy. “Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy” 8(1):70-81. Published online Mar 14, 2012. sspp.proquest.com/archives/vol8iss1/1009-045.cucca.html

 

(2012) with Ranci C., Sviluppo e disuguaglianze. Barcellona, Copenhagen, Lione e Monaco a confronto (Development and Inequalities. Barcelona, Copenhagen, Lyon and Munich in comparison) in “Territorio”, 61, pp. 17-24

 

(2012) Copenhagen: contenimento della disuguaglianza o aumento della segregazione? (Copenhagen: limiting inequalities or growing segregation?) in “Territorio”, 61, pp. 32-38

 

(2012) con Bricocoli M. Mix sociale: da categoria analitica a strumento delle politiche? Una riflessione a partire dal caso milanese, (Social Mix: from analytical to policy tool? The case of Milan) in “Archivi di studi urbani e regionali”, pp. 21-35

 

(2007) Promuovere inclusione nelle scelte pubbliche. Teorie e modelli a confronto, (Promoting social inclusion public policies. Theories and patterns in comparison) in “Studi di sociologia”, n. 4/2007, pp. 419-434

 

 

Chapters on books by international publisher

 

(2016) with Ranci C. “Introduction.  European cities between economic competitiveness and social integration”, in Ranci C., Cucca R. Eds, Unequal cities in Europe: the challenge of post-industrial transition in times of austerity, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group (forthcoming).

 

(2016) with Maestripieri L. “Varieties of post-fordist transitions and labour market inequalities”, in Ranci C., Cucca R. Eds, Unequal cities in Europe: the challenge of post-industrial transition in times of austerity, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group (forthcoming).

 

(2016) with Kapko N. “Immigrants and ethnic minorities: the right workers for the wrong jobs ?” in Ranci C., Cucca R. Eds, Unequal cities in Europe: the challenge of post-industrial transition in times of austerity, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group (forthcoming).

 

(2016) with Ranci C. “Conclusions” in Ranci C., Cucca R. Eds, Unequal cities in Europe: the challenge of post-industrial transition in times of austerity, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group (forthcoming).

 

(2016) Milan, a city lost in the transition from the growth machine paradigm towards a social innovation approach, with Costa G., Torri R.., in Brandsen T, Cattacin S., Evers A., Zimmer A. (Eds.), “Social innovation in Urban Context”, Springer New York, pp. 125-142

 

(2015) Urban Economic Specialization and Women’s Integration into the Labour Market in 11 European Cities, in Kuronen M., Kutsar D., Eds., “Local Welfare Policy Making In European Cities”, Social Indicators Research Series, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, pp. 35-55

 

(2015) with Kuronen M., Kröger T., Alonso F. and Jensen P., The Relationships Between Local and National Childcare Policies – A Comparison of Nordic and Southern European Cities, in Kuronen M., Kutsar D., Eds., “Local Welfare Policy Making In European Cities”, Social Indicators Research Series 59, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, pp. 119-134

 

(2012) The Hidden Unwanted. Patterns of immigrants’ marginality in Copenhagen (Denmark) and Milan (Italy), in Yaelye C.C. “Living on the boundaries: Urban Marginality in National and International Context”, Emerald Inc. out of the UK, pp. 469-493

 

(2012) with Alietti A. Agustoni A., Social housing policy as a tool for Ethnic Integration in Europe. A view on the Italian experience in Bauder H. (ed) “Immigration & Settlement: Challenges, Experiences and Opportunities in Global and Local Contexts”, Canadian Scholars Press, p. 199-216

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