Ass.-Prof. Dr. Flavia Fossati

Erreichbarkeit

Neues Institutsgebäude
Universitätsstr. 7/2. Stock
Zi.-Nr.: B 202
1010 Wien
T: +43-1-4277-494 18
F: +43-1-4277-949 4
E-Mail: flavia.fossati@univie.ac.at

Sprechstunde

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Lehre

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Kurzbiographie

Post-doc an der Graduate School for Public Administration der Universität Lausanne und im Rahmen des NCCR on-the move (National Centre for Excellence in Research on Migration and Mobility).

Gastaufenthalte:  2017-2018 European University Institute (Florenz) und 2016 Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare.

PhD und Projektmitarbeiterin am Institut für Politikwissenschaft der Universität Zürich und im Rahmen des NCCR-Democray 21 (National Centre for Excellence in Research on Migration and Mobility).

Studium der Politikwissenschaft, Soziologie und des Völkerrechts an der Universität Zürich.

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Sozialpolitik, Arbeitsmarktpolitik, Migrationspolitik, Arbeitsmarktintegrations- und Diskriminierungsforschung, Sozialpolitikpräferenzen und Wahlverhalten, Survey Experimente

Auswahlbibliographie

  • Bernhard, L. Fossati, F., Hänggli, R. and Kriesi, H. (eds.) (2019) Debating Unemployment Policy: Political Communication and the Labour Market in Western Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/debating-unemployment-policy/C865D4B4F6D28BFBF95533EE2766235E
    https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108609340 | DISCOUNT CODE: PDF
  • Kapitel:
    • Fossati, F. (2016) “The labour market policy space”.
    • Hänggli, R. and Fossati, F. (2019) “Theoretical Framework: Production of Policy-specific Political Communication”.
    • Kriesi, H., Bernhard, L., Fossati, F. and Hänggli R. (2019) “Introduction: Shaping the debate on unemployment and labor market”. 
    • Kriesi, H., Bernhard L., Fossati, F., Hänggli, R. and Elmelund-Præstekær, C. (2019) “The variety of national debates”. 
    • Kriesi, H., Fossati, F. and Bernhard L. (2019) “The political contexts of the national policy debates”.
  • Auer, D., Bonoli, G. and Fossati, F. (2017) “Why do immigrants have longer periods of unemployment? Swiss evidence”, International Migration, 55(1): 157-174, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/imig.12309
  • Bonoli, G. and Fossati, F. (forthcoming) "More than noise. Explaining instances of minority preference in correspondence studies of recruitment", Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2018.1502658
  • Auer, Daniel; Bonoli, Giuliano; Fossati, Flavia and Liechti, Fabienne (forthcoming) “The matching hierarchies model: Evidence from a survey experiment on employers’ hiring intent regarding immigrant applicants”, International Migration Review https://doi.org/10.1177/0197918318764872.
  • Fossati, Flavia (2018) "How regimes shape preferences. A study of political actors’ labour market policy preferences in flexicurity and dualizing countries", Socio-Economic Review,16(3): DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/ser/mwx040.
  • Fossati, Flavia (2017) "Who wants demanding active labour market policies? Public Attitudes towards policies that put pressure on the unemployed", Journal of Social Policy. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0047279417000216.
  • Liechti, Fabienne, Fossati, Flavia, Bonoli, Giuliano and Auer, Daniel (2017) “The signalling value of labour market programs”, European Sociological Review, 33 (2): 257-274, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/esr/jcw061.
  • Fossati, Flavia and Häusermann, Silja (2014) “Social Policy Preferences and Party Choice in the 2011 Swiss Elections”, Swiss Political Science Review, 20(4): 590-611, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/spsr.12115
  • Wüest, Bruno and Fossati, Flavia (2014) “Quantitative discursive institutionalism: A comparison of labour market policy discourse across Western Europe”, Journal of European Public Policy, 22(5): 708-730, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2014.976834

 


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