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Scientific sector SECS-S/04 - DEMOGRAPHICS
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Wednesday from 14:30 to 15:30 Dipartimento di Scienze Statistiche, ufficio 161
Thursday from 10:30 to 11:30 Dipartimento di Scienze Statistiche - ufficio 161
(updated on 04/10/2017 13:13)

Proposals for thesis

- Uso del tempo e benessere all'età anziana

- Uomini e donne senza figli: caratteristiche e determinanti

- Ruoli di genere e uso del tempo

- Il ruolo dei padri

- Cambiamenti familiari e relazioni intergenerazionali

- La fecondazione assisita: determinanti, evoluzione, esiti

Curriculum Vitae
Maria Letizia Tanturri, PhD in Demography (2002) has been Associate Professor of Demography at the Department of Statistics since 2014, at University of Padova. Since 2005 she was Research Assistant, before at University of Pavia and then at University of Padova.

She is the scientific coordinator for University of Padua and Member of the Steering Committee (Work Package co-leader) of the 7th Framework Programme- Cooperation project “FamiliesAndSocieties- Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations” funded by the European Commission (PI: Livia Olah, University of Stockholm). She is also participating to the PRIN2009 project “ A new childbearing and childrearing regime”, coordinated by F. Billari. She is member of the I-POPS Comité de sélection du fonds d'excellence (2013-2015) at INED (Paris).She collaborate with the on-line journal NEODEMOS.

She participated into several international projects: e.g. “MAGGIE” (Major AGing and Gender Issues in Europe) (6th Framework Programme), (2006-2009) and “FELICIE” (FuturE ELderly Living Conditions In Europe) (6th Framework Programme) (2003-2006); Galileo Project 2008/2009 “Le coût de l’enfant en temps sur le cycle de vie en France et en Italie, “Travail domestique et organisation des temps de vie dans les ménages”, coordinated by University of Paris I, Sorbonne (2005-2007). She was part of an international research network on Gendering European Family Dynamics (2006-09).
She was the local coordinator (University of Pavia) in the PRIN 2007 project “The cost of children. Estimates, connections with the low Italian fertility, policy implications, and determination of a fair child support payment when parents divorce”, coordinated by G. De Santis”. Since 2001 to 2004, she was research fellow at University of Florence on low fertility (PRIN2002 and PRIN 2004) both coordinated by M. Livi Bacci.

She got a number of grants in a few research centres (ISER, University of Essex; INED, Paris), and to participate international conferences (Euresco, IUSSP).

She was member of the Scientific Commette of the AISP Società Italiana per gli Studi di Popolazione (Demographic Sessione of the Italian Statistical Society).

Research areas
My research interests fall broadly into the areas of low fertility and its socio-economic determinants, with special regards to the relationship between gender role-set, time use and reproductive behaviour.

I worked intensively on the micro-determinant of childlessness, as well.

I am also interested in assessing the socioeconomic conditions of the old population across Europe and their wellbeing.

Mencarini L., Pahilé A., Solaz A. and Tanturri M.L. (2017), The time benefits of young adult home stayers in France and Italy: A new perspective on the transition to adulthood?, Genus, 73(1), DOI: 10.1186/s41118-017-0021-7
2. Vignoli D., Tanturri M.L. and F. Acciai (2016), Home bitter home? Gender, living arrangements, and the exclusion from homeownership among older Europeans, Genus, December 2016, 72:9
3. Tanturri M.L. (2016), Aging Italy: Low fertility and social rigidities. In R. Rindfuss and M.K. Choe (Eds.), Low fertility, Institutions and Their Policies: Variations across Industrialized Countries, Springer, ISBN 9783319329970
4. Racioppi F., Rettaroli R., Strozza S. and Tanturri M.L. (2015), An introduction (to the Thematic Issue), Genus, 71, 2-3, “The Legacy of Corrado Gini in Population Studies”, Thematic Issue.
5. Tanturri M.L. and E. Ruspini (2015), Italy, in M. A. Adler and K. Lenz (Eds.), Father Involvement In The Early Years. An international comparison of policy and practice, Ch. 3, pp. 96-126, Policy Press, Bristol. ISBN: 9781447318996
6. Tanturri M.L. (2013), Why fewer babies? Understanding and responding to low fertility in Europe, in Abela A. and J. Walker (eds), Contemporary Issues In Family Studies: Global Perspectives on Partnerships, Parenting and Support in a Changing World, Chichester (UK), John Wiley and Sons, pp. 136-150, ISBN: 978-1-1199-7103-0.
7. Anxo D., Mencarini L., Pailhé A., Solaz A., Tanturri M.L., Flood L. (2011), Gender Differences in Time use over the Life Course in France, Italy, Sweden and the US, Feminist Economics, v. 17, n. 3, July 2011, pp.159-195, ISSN: 1354-5701.
8. Nicoletti C. e Tanturri M.L. (2008), Differences in Delaying Motherhood across European Countries: Empirical Evidence from the ECHP, European Journal of Population, v. 24, n. 2, June 2006, pp. 157-183, ISSN: 0168-6577
9. Tanturri M.L. e Mencarini L. (2008), Childless or childfree?. Paths to voluntary childlessness in Italy, Population and Development Review, 34, 1, March, pp. 51-77, ISSN: 0098-7921
10. Mills M., Mencarini L., Tanturri M.L. e Begall K. (2008), Gender equity and fertility intentions in Italy and the Netherlands, Demographic Research, 18, 1, http://www.demographic-research.org/Volumes/Vol18/1/, ISSN: 1435-9871, DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2008.18.1.
11. Mencarini L. e Tanturri M.L. (2006), High Fertility or Childlessness: Micro-Level Determinants of Reproductive Behaviour in Italy, Population, English edition, 61, 4-2006, pp. 389-416, ISSN: 1634-2941
12. Seghieri C., De Santis G. e Tanturri M.L (2006), The richer, the happier? An empirical investigation in selected European countries, Journal of Social Indicators Research, Publisher Springer Netherlands, V. 79, N. 3, December, DOI 10.1007/s11205-005-5394-x, pp. 455-476, Online Date: Friday, May 12, 2006, ISSN: 0303-8300 (I.F. 0,61).

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2018/19
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
IA1870 001PD SUP3050724 9 3rd Year First
SS1736 COMMON SCP4063360 9 2nd Year First
SU2090 COMMON SUP4061130 6 2nd Year Second