Dividing labor, sharing assets?
Dyadic employment biographies and the intra-couple wealth gap in Britain and Germany
18 febbraio 2021
18 February 2021
Segreteria Dipartimento di Sociologia Ricerca Sociale
Via Verdi, 26 - 38122 Trento
+39 0461 281322 - 281428
Portineria del Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale
Via Verdi, 26 I - 38122 Trento
tel. +39 0461 281300
portineria.sociologia [at] unitn.it
Venue: Zoom platform
Time: 12:30 – 14:30
This seminar is part of a series, named Brown bag seminars that are organized by the Center for Social Inequality Studies (CSIS) research unit.
For more information and registration: csis [at] unitn.it
- Theresa Nutz studied Sociology (B.A. and M.A.) at the University of Mannheim. She is part of the research group “Accumulation of Personal Wealth in Couples: Individual Resources and Gender Inequalities in Intimate Relationships (MyWealth)” at the Humboldt University of Berlin led by Prof. Dr. Philipp Lersch. Her PhD project examines how gendered work-family interdependencies throughout the life course shape personal wealth within older couples
- Davide Gritti holds a B.A. (University of Milan-Bicocca) and a M.A. (University of Trento) in Sociology. He is currently a PhD Candidate in Sociology and Social Research at the Doctoral School of Social Sciences, University of Trento. His PhD project explores the consequences of changes in the family structures and dynamics on wealth accumulation and transmission.