University of Trento

Moris Triventi, Local Coordinator

Full professor

Education; Social inequality; Social stratification; Policy impact evaluation; Occupational outcomes

Moris Triventi is a Full Professor in Quantitative Sociology at the University of Trento. He is a member of the Center for Social Inequality Studies (CSIS) and the Deputy Director of the PhD program in Sociology and Social Research. He is also the Research Delegate for the Department of Sociology and Social Research. Moris is the Principal Investigator of the international project INEQUALITREES - A Novel Look at Socio-Economic Inequalities using Machine Learning Techniques and Integrated Data Sources and the local PI (Unitn) of the PRIN project GESI - Geography and Social Inequality in Italy. His research interests include social inequality, quantitative sociology, and machine learning techniques.

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Filip Agneessens

Associate professor

Social network analysis; Organizations; Teams; Egonetworks; Research methods

Filip Agneessens is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the Department of Sociology and Social Research at the University of Trento. He also serves as the acting coordinator of the Hans Schadee Research Methods Center. His research primarily focuses on social network analysis, with a specific interest in methodology and statistics, as well as applications in organizational settings. Agneessens investigates the effects of network relations, such as advice, trust, and conflict, on individual and team performance, job satisfaction, and well-being.

Sara Fiasconaro

Master student

Inequalities; methodology and data analysis; marginal areas; migration; sociology of education

Sara Fiasconaro is a Master's student at the University of Trento, with research interests in inequalities, methodology and data analysis, marginal areas, migration, and sociology of education.

Andrea Pietrolucci

Post-doctoral researcher

Inequality; Education; Wealth; Stratification; Mobility

Andrea Pietrolucci is a Post-doctoral Researcher at the University of Trento, where he previously got his PhD with a thesis on the role of parental wealth in the reproduction of educational and occupational inequalities. His research interests revolve around inequality, education, wealth, stratification, and mobility.

Luca Piccoli

Associate professor

Family economics; Public economics; Labor economics; Risky behaviors

Luca Piccoli is an Associate Professor at the University of Trento. He holds a PhD from the University of Verona and has previously worked at the University of Balearic Islands, the Paris School of Economics, and the University of Verona. His research interests include family economics, public economics, and the economics of risky behaviors.

Pietro Rabusin

Master student

Educational inequalities; social stratification

Pietro Rabusin is a Master's student at the University of Trento, Italy. His main research interests are educational inequalities and social stratification.

Agnese Vitali

Associate professor

Demography; Gender inequality; Family and fertility; Changing gender norms; Transition to adulthood

Agnese Vitali is an Associate Professor of Demography at the University of Trento, specializing in female-breadwinner families, parenthood and academic careers, and new demographic behaviors. Prior to her current position, she directed the Population and Geography BSc programme at the University of Southampton and represented the University on the Board of the European Doctoral School of Demography.