Ricceri, Marco

Ricceri, Marco: born 1946 in Florence (Italy). General Secretary of the EURISPES, a primary Italian research institute in the economic and social sectors (www.eurispes.it), mostly engaged in building and renforcing a network of excellence with other primary European research institutes with the aim to put at the disposal of the European Institutions a valid contribution of analysis and researches produced in common. Docent at the Link Campus University of Malta in Rome – Faculty of Political Sciences for the following course: „History of the European integration“. Coordinator of the Ethic Committee of the A.E.I. – European Agency of Investments; enrolled in the special list of experts of the EU -Commission, DG Research, Cordis Research Programme dealing with the issues: European Social Policy and Industrial Relations. 1970: degree in Political Science, University of Florence. 1982 – 2004: at the Parliamentary Groups of the Italian Chamber of Deputies as Chief Officer for the Economic Policies. 1979 – 1980: advisor of the Italian Ministry for Scientific Research. 1993 – 1995: member of the national Council of the Italian journalist association. Articles and essays on reviews and daily magazines: Vita Sociale, Quaderni Isril, Conquiste del Lavoro, Critica Meridionale, La Discussione, Arti e Mercature, Dike, Cuadernos Europeos, La Nazione, Il Popolo e Il Giornale. Publications: Delegati e consigli di fabbrica in Italia Franco Angeli, Milano 1973. La cultura della Cisl, Franco Angeli, Milano 1978. Il cammino dell’idea d’Europa, Rubbettino Ed, Cosenza 2005.

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Email: relazioniesterne@eurispes.it or riccerimarco@hotmail.com

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The Phenomenon of Increasingly Precarious Employment in Italy: Negative Effects of the Labour Market on Society (16.Nr.)

Für eine Reform des europäischen Sozialmodells (17.Nr.)

Reforming the European Social Model: Platform Proposal (17.Nr.)

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