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Internazionalizzazione

Il Dipartimento è particolarmente attivo nell'attività di internazionalizzazione

Molte sono le convenzioni e le collaborazioni dei suoi membri con istituti di ricerca ed atenei di prestigio a livello internazionale, nonché i progetti di ricerca in atto con partner stranieri.

Principali progetti internazionali finanziati:

  • Horizon 2020 - 2017 (ente finanziatore: European Commission): ORTHOPEDICunion- tra Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli e Dipartimento di Sociologia e Diritto dell’Economia
  • Bando UIA (Azioni Urbane Innovative) 2017 (ente finanziatore: European Commission): SALUS  «W SPACE», coordinato dal Comune di Bologna
  • Horizon 2020:(ente finanziatore: European Commission): ROCK Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge cities
  • Horizon 2020-Euro Society 2014 (ente finanziatore: European Commission): Innovative Social Investment: Strenghtening Communities in Europe
  • Horizon 2020-Young-Society 2014 (ente finanziatore: European Commission): Spaces and Styles of Participation. Formal, non-formal and informal possibilities of young people’s participation in European cities
  • Life RII (ente finanziatore: Regione Emilia Romagna su fondi Commissione Europea): Monitoraggio dell’efficacia delle azioni di divulgazione e degli impatti del progetti sui diversi portatori di interesse
  • JUST/2013 (ente finanziatore: European Commission, Directorate-General Justice Unit): Reducing Prison Population: advanced tools of justice in Europe
  • University oh Mannheim (ente finanziatore: Centre for European Social Research (MZES): Determinants of Retirement Decisions in Europe and the United States: A Cross-National Comparison of Institutional, Firm-level and Individual Factors

Principali collaborazioni internazionali:

  • A3 Networking, SL, Barcelona (Spain)
  • University College, Faculty of Economics and Social Science (Norway)
  • Brown University – Providence (USA)
  • Center for Work and Family IESE - Business School – Barcelona (Spain)
  • CSR Europe, The European Business Network for Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Department of Management & Marketing, University College Cork (Ireland)
  • Donghua University of Shangai (China)
  • Universitè Tolouse 1 – Capitol – EFUS (European Forum for Urban Security) – (France)
  • ESA (European Sociological Association)
  • ESFS – European System of Financial Supervisors
  • Global Forum on Law Justice and Development
  • ICLEG – Company Law Expert Group
  • IIS (International Institute of Sociology)
  • ISA (International Sociological Association)
  • Queen Mary University of London- School of Law (UK)
  • London School of Economics and Political Science (UK)
  • National Agency for Vocational Educating and Training, Sofia (Bulgaria)
  • New York University – Institute for Public Knowledge IPK (USA)
  • Queen Mary University of London, Social Science Research Council (UK)
  • Research Network of Sociology of Consumption. European Sociological Association
  • Research Network Urban Sociology
  • Research Network Environment and Society
  • Universität Bielefeld - Fakultät für Soziologie (Germany)
  • University of Maryland – Department of Art and Sociology (USA)
  • University of Tel Aviv – Department of Political Science (Israel)
  • University of York – Department of Political Science (UK)