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Occupational Structures in European History

Welcome Address
Guido Alfani Bocconi University

Leigh Shaw-Taylor Cambridge University

Occupational Structures in Italy


Luca Mocarelli Bicocca University of Milan

Occupational Structures, Inequality, and Social Mobility. The Experience of the EINITE and SMITE Projects

Guido Alfani Bocconi University
Occupational Structures in Kingdom of Naples. The Case of Apulia, 16th-18th Centuries
Sergio Sardone Frederick II University of Naples
Occupational Structures in the Republic of Venice During the Early Modern Period. A Research Agenda
Andrea Caracausi University of Padua
Giulio Ongaro Bicocca University of Milan
The Occupational Structure of Piedmont. Sources, Methodologies, Problems (17th-19th Centuries)
Beatrice Zucca Micheletto University of Cambridge
Population Concentration, Occupational Structures, and Spatial Patterns in the Long Run. Italy, 1861-1991
Andrea Ramazzotti The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)


Session II
Occupational Structures in Europe and the ENCHOS Project


Cormac Ó Gráda University College Dublin

Occupational Structure, Economic Growth, and Industrialization in a Global Perspective

Leigh Shaw-Taylor University of Cambridge
Women's Occupations in 18th and 19th Centuries' Southern Europe. What Could Be Done?
Carmen Sarasua Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Beatrice Zucca Micheletto University of Cambridge
Filipa De Silva International Institute of Social History
Patterns of Female Employment in the Pays the Caux and the Perche, 1792-1901 (France)
Auriane Terki-Mignot University of Cambridge

Coffee Break

Machinery and Labor Absorption in the Comparative History of Industrialization. England and Wales, Belgium, Japan, and Italy compared
Osamu Saito Hitotsubashi University
Classifying Occupations in PSTI and ISIC. Evidence from the Netherlands and Belgium, 1820-2010
Robin Philips International Institute of Social History
Jobhoard. Sharing Coded Occupations Across the Web Using Linked Data
Richard Zijdeman International Institute of Social History
Towards an Ontology of German Occupational Titles. Modern Concepts, Historical Knowledge and Changing Meanings
Georg Fertig Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

Conclusion and General Discussion
Cormac Ó Gráda University College Dublin

For Information
Carlo F. Dondena Center for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy
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With the support of ENCHOS International Network