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Alessandro Rosina

Alessandro Rosina
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Alessandro Rosina è professore ordinario di Demografia e Statistica sociale nella Facoltà di Economia dell’Università Cattolica di Milano, dove dirige anche il Centro di ricerca LSA (Laboratorio di Statistica applicata alle decisioni economico-aziendali). È inoltre presidente dell’Associazione «ITalents», tra i fondatori della rivista online «Neodemos» e coordinatore della realizzazione della principale indagine italiana sulle nuove generazioni («Rapporto giovani» dell’Istituto G. Toniolo).

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NEETs - One Social Group, Many Profiles: A Proposed Descriptive Profiling of Psychosocial Dimensions digital NEETs - One Social Group, Many Profiles: A Proposed Descriptive
Profiling of Psychosocial Dimensions
Year: 2023
The not in employment, education or training (NEET) category is now widely used in many contexts to refer to young people who are not studying, not working and not in training. However, this category is very broad and its delimitation does not always allow for successful interventions and policies. This paper aims to psychologically profile the diverse groups of NEETs (as proposed by Eurofound) in order to provide qualitative aspects in terms of different variables...
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Regional Differences in Italian Fertility: Historical Trends and Scenarios digital Regional Differences in Italian Fertility: Historical Trends and
Scenarios
Year: 2018
In this paper we discuss the differences in fertility levels and timing among Italian regions. We firstly present the trends that characterized these differences in the last forty years along the North-South divide. We show, in particular, that in the first decade of this century the total fertility rate in the Northern area surprisingly surpassed the level of rest of the country...
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Who Are Italian ‘‘NEETS’’? Trust In Institutions, Political Engagement, Willingness to Be Activated and Attitudes Toward the Future in a Group at Risk for Social Exclusion digital Who Are Italian ‘‘NEETS’’? Trust In Institutions, Political Engagement,
Willingness to Be Activated and Attitudes Toward the Future
in a Group at Risk for Social Exclusion
Year: 2015
Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) young people are an emerging at-risk-of-social exclusion group in contemporary society. The present research aimed to investigate NEETs’ sociodemographic characteristics and some variables crucial in the transition to adulthood: perceptions about the future job opportunities, their desire to start a family, perceptions about the future, trust in the institutions and social participation...
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Il lavoro adulto femminile tra due fuochi digital Il lavoro adulto femminile tra due fuochi
Year: 2006
Italy is among the OECD countries with both the highest ratios of older persons per worker and the lowest female participation rates. As the Mediterranean health-care system is based on the crucial support provided by the fifty year-old women in the family, the two processes are strictly intertwined. In this paper, the compatibility between the growth of female employment rate and the increase in the demand for the care of old people is analysed. The number of middle-aged women will diminish considerably in the next few decades, whereas the non-autonomous old population will grow exponentially. Some foreseeable scenarios are discussed using both macro-demographic sources and data from a recent Istat Survey. The empirical evidence emphasizes that adult women find themselves caught in between the requirements of the labor market on the one hand and family tasks on the other. Policy implications are finally discussed.
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