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Associate Professor in Economic Sociology
Department of Political Science
Opss! LabSciences for PeaceCirsecRemarc

Mail: matteo.villa@unipi.it
Contacts – Ricevimento/Office Hour: here / qui
Non-Italian Speakers and Erasmus Students here


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25 novembre: giornata contro la violenza maschile sulle donne e la violenza di genere

Un’altra goccia non ci ucciderà? Crisi climatica, crisi sociale e l’esperienza del Covid-19 qui

Smart working: diritti, conseguenze, contrattazione collettiva. Seminario qui Presentazione qui.

Software libero e piattaforme nazionali: proposte SIA

Ecoesione: coesione sociale nella transizione ecologica: info, sito progetto, evento

David Graeber: l’intellettuale pirata qui

The Corona-crisis, social sustainability and socio-ecolgocal work: here (German)

Covid-19: una crisi di sistema: Presentazione

Sustainable Welfare, Green Social Work and the Impacts of the Corona Crisis: Presentations

Il Coronavirus come crisi ecologica:
articolo qui; seminario e presentazione qui

Innovare le politiche sociali in contesti di crisi: Presentazione RRIInfo RRI

Topic and Debate


Cambiamenti climatici in Italia: analisi del rischio: sito, rapporto

Climate justice, Covid-19 recovery here

Global Biodiversity Outlook here – Ecosystem collapse as biodiversity declines here

La resilienza dei giganti del websoft alla pandemia (2015-2020) qui

Privacy, piattaforme digitali, open source e Corte di Giustizia EU: qui e qui

David Graeber death: here, here, wiki, website

Zoonotic host diversity increases in human-dominated ecosystems here

“There is a single species that is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic – us” here

Climate breakdown, value what matters here

Reduction CO2 emissions Covid-19 here

Wellbeing Economics for C-19 recovery here

Coronavirus tracker on policy actions, research, call for papers here


Short Bio


Associate Professor in Economic Sociology, Sociology of Organization and Comparative Welfare Systems. Research topics concern the ecological sustainability of welfare systems, the comparative analysis of social and labor policies and socio-economic exclusion processes, as well as organizational and participation studies. Research approaches integrate pragmatism and cybernetics, in particular through action-research methods, which are implemented also for teaching, as well as training and consulting with groups, nonprofit and public organizations.

This website


> CV and Publications: here

> ResearchGate: here

> Research topics, projects, nets, sources: here

> Research events, conferences, materials here

> Opss! Research Lab here

> Outreach activities: here

> Teaching / Didattica: Courses; Labs; PhD

> Students / Studenti: here / qui

> Responsible Research & Innovation: here

> Website Map: here


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Open Source Smartworking: iorestoacasa.work, Garr openmeet, Garr edumeet
Videoconferencing con strumenti open source

Open Science Note / Nota su Open Science: here / qui
Responsible Research & Innovation: here

Software libero e piattaforme nazionali: proposte SIA
Privacy, piattaforme digitali, open source e Corte di Giustizia EU: qui e qui


Lack of systemic wisdom is always punished. […]. But the systems are nonetheless punishing of any species unwise enough to quarrel with its ecology (Gregory Bateson, 1972)


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