SACCHETTO DEVI

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Proposals for thesis
Dissertations are mainly empirical based after a preliminary discussion with the Professor.

Some topics of recent dissertations:
Working in the cooperatives
Emotional and nursing work
Working conditions in Italian Enterprises in Moldova
Lean production in a Venetian firm
Working conditions in slaughtering sector (AIA)
Workers in the gig economy
Illegal Work in the catering service

Curriculum Vitae
Associate Professor of Sociology of work at the Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology.
He graduated in Political Sciences at the University of Padua, and gained his Ph.D. in "Methodology of Research in Human Sciences" at the Department of Anthropological Sciences (DISA) of the University of Genoa.
He is currently teaching Sociology of Work (Bachelor's Degree) and Sociology of labour and Migration processes.
He is Coordinator of the PhD in Social Sciences: interactions, communication, cultural constructions, University of Padua. He collaborates with the Master in Migration Law at the University of Bergamo.

He has been responsible and participated in national and international research on relocalization of production, on the migrant workers in agriculture and in the domestic sector. He studied also the transformations in the maritime sector, on the intergenerational transmission of social inequalities and on the forms of social cohesion. In particular, he was the scientific director of the following research projects:
EaSI-Progress: Posting of workers: enhancing administrative cooperation and access to information”, European Commission (2017).
- From China to Europe. Migration and gender in the Global Production Network" (2017)
- “Testing EU citizenship as “labour citizenship”: from cases of labour rights violations to a strengthened labour-rights regime”, Europe for citizens, European Commission (2015-2016).
- “Chinese migrants in Veneto Region”, Veneto Lavoro, Veneto Region (2015).

He participated at national and international conferences. Some of the most recent papers he presented are:
“Accommodations at work and workers mobility. Perspectives from Europe” (con A. Ceccagno), International Labour Process Conference, Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (21-23 marzo 2018).
“Refugees, migrants and labour market in EU. Some notes”, Convegno “War, Migrations and Labour” (18-20 ottobre 2017, Università di Napoli Federico II).
From Socialist to Multinational Electronics Production: The Case of Foxconn in Eastern Europe (con M. Čanĕk e R. Andrijasevic), 52° International Conference of labour and social history, “Commodity Chains and Labour Relations”, Steyr (Austria), 2016.
“Transnationalism, Mobility and Migration in the Sociology of Work: A Missed Encounter” (con Morrison C.), Third ISA Forum of Sociology (Vienna 10-14 luglio 2016).
“'The assembly line of life': the shrinking of the production and reproduction spheres in the case of Foxconn factories in the Czech Republic” (con R. Andrijasevic), Work, Employment and Society Conference, University of Warwick (3-5 September 2013).
“International Migration and Labour Turnover: the construction sector in the EU and the CIS” (con C. Morrison e O. Cretu), XIII International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development (Moscow, 3-5 Aprile 2012).

Lecturer's Curriculum (PDF): 30206A8245BE9C4366C7E6CF44CA2A36.pdf

Research areas
The main research lines are:
- labour markets in Europe;
- mobility of investments and mobility of the labour;
- trade unions and migrant workers;
- space and time in production and reproduction processes;
- logistics and digital platform.

He is currently working on a comparative research on a large multinational company (Foxconn) with Rutvica Andrijasevic of Bristol University; a research project financed by EC on posting workers in Europe; and a research project on trade unions and migrant workers in the slaughterhouse labour processes.
Other information are available in the research group website: http://www.slang-unipd.it/

Publications
2018 “Restructuring Labour Relations and Employment in the European Logistics Sector: Unions’ responses to a Segmented Workforce” (with C. Benvegnù, B. Haidinger), in Doellgast V., Lillie N., Pulignano V. (eds), Reconstructing Solidarity. Labour unions, Precarious work, and the Politics of Institutional Change in Europe, Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 83-103.
2017 “Research ethics in an unethical world: The politics and morality of engaged research” (with C. Morrison), Work Employment and Society, DOI: 10.1177/0950017017726947.
2017 “Disappearing Workers’: Foxconn in Europe and the changing role of Temporary Work Agencies” (with R. Andrijasevic), Work, Employment and Society, 31 (1), pp. 54-70.
2016 Flexible workforces and low profit margins: electronics assembly between Europe and China, Etui, Brussels (with R. Andrijasevic, J. Drahokoupil).
2016 Producción global, agencias de empleo temporal y precarización laboral en la frontera México-Estadounidense (with M. E. Cecchi), Boletín Onteaiken, 22: 11-31
2016 Migrant workers’ routes to the informal economy during the economic crisis: structural constraints and subjective motivations (with F. A: Vianello), Prakseologia, vol. 158 (1)
2016 From labour migration to labour mobility? The return of the multinational worker in Europe (with R. Andrijasevic), Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, vol. 22 (2): 219-231.
2016 “Unemployed Migrants Coping with the Economic Crisis. Romanian and Moroccan workers in Italy” (with F. A. Vianello), Journal of International Migration and Integration, 17 (3): 839-852.
2015 “Beyond China: Foxconn’s Assembly Plants in Europe” (co-author with R. Andrijasevic), The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 114 (1), pp. 192-4.
2016 Foxconn beyond China: Capital–labour relations as co-determinants of internationalization’ (with R. Andrijasevic) in Chris Smith , Mingwei Liu (eds) China at Work. A Labour Process Perspective on the Transformation of Work and Employment in China, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 337-360
2015 “Workers’ cooperatives in Italy: between solidarity and autocratic centralism” (with M. Semenzin), in Pun Ngai, Ku Hok Bun, Yan Hairong and Anita Koo (eds), Social Economy in China and the World, Routledge, Abingdon e New York, pp. 135-155.
2014 “Made in the EU: Foxconn in the Czech Republic” (co-author with R. Andrijasevic), WorkingUsa: Journal of Labor and Society, Vol. 17 (3), pp. 391-415.

Lecturer's Publications (PDF): 30206A8245BE9C4366C7E6CF44CA2A36.pdf

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2019/20
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
SU2090 COMMON SUP4061317 9 2nd Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA DEVI SACCHETTO
SP1419 COMMON SPM0014437 9 2nd Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA DEVI SACCHETTO
SF1333 001PD SUP3049677 6 3rd Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA DEVI SACCHETTO