Applied Researcher

Aliki Mouriki

Aliki Mouriki
TYPE:
Applied Researcher
GRADE:
A
SPECIALTY:
Sociologist
OFFICE:
5.4
TEL.:
210-7491603
EMAIL:
amour@ekke.gr
Curriculum Vitae

SHORT CV

Aliki Mouriki is a sociologist, working as a research fellow at the National Centre for Social Research in Athens since 1983. She has been involved in a number of national and international projects on a variety of topics. Her research interests and publications focus mainly on labour market and industrial relations issues, poverty and social exclusion, migration and the refugee crisis. Her current research is on labour market innovation, social dialogue, work-life balance, the social impact of austerity policies, health inequalities among the migrant population, and post war traumatic stress syndrome among unaccompanied refugee minors in Greece. She has been a member of the experts’ network set up by the Institut des Sciences de Travail, Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium) on “Social concertation and Negotiation in the EU countries” (1998-2006), of the DGV Expert Working Group on “Flexibility and Work Organisation” (1994) and of the European Trade Union Institute research network on collective bargaining trends in Western Europe (1994-1998). She has also worked as an adviser at the Labour Minister’s cabinet and participated in the drafting of the Greek National Action Plan on Employment (2001 & 2002).She has published a number of books and articles, of which:   The “silent” revolution: new forms of organising work and production, co-author with A. Lyberaki, Gutenberg: Athens,260 p. [in Greek]. “Flexibility and security: an asymmetrical relationship? The uncertain relevance of flexicurity policies for segmented labour markets and residual welfare regimes”, AIAS Working Paper, 74, November, Amsterdam. “Academic neo-migration: the big exodus?”. The Social Portrait of Greece, 2016-2017, National Centre for Social Research, Athens [in Greek]. 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Labour market
  • Employment
  • Industrial relations
  • Gender issues
  • Social cohesion
  • Migration
  • Refugee crisis
  • Work-life balance
  • Brain drain
  • Discrimination
  • Social crisis

ADMINISTRATIVE WORK

  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Social Sciences Review of the NCSR (2010-2015)
  • Co-ordinator of the Educational Activities Committee of the NCSR (2014- to date)

SELECTED PROJECTS

  • Member of the research team carrying out the project “Health inequalities among migrant population- MIGHEAL”. Coordinator: National Centre for Social Research in collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology- Trondheim. Funded by the EEA Financial Mechanism [01/4/2016-28/2/2017]
  • Member of the research team carrying out the project “Health situation and short and long-term health care needs of refugees-REHEAL”. Coordinator: National Centre for Social Research [01/4/2016-31/12/2016]
  • Member of the research team carrying out the REHEAL-UAM project “Safety and Protection of Unaccompanied Minors in Greece”, in collaboration with the ‘Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma’. Coordinator: National Centre for Social Research [01/4/2016-31/12/2016]
  • Member of the research team carrying out the project “Socio-economic dimensions of innovation in manufacturing and the Labour Market”. Coordinator: National Centre for Social research (EKKE). Funded by Siemens in the framework of the Programming Agreement concluded in 2014 between EKKE, the General Secretariat for Research & Technology and Siemens
  • Member of the research team carrying out the project “Work-life balance in the context of changing families and labour market in Greece”. Coordinator: Family and Childcare Center (KMOP). Funded by the EEA Financial Mechanism
  • Member of the research team carrying out the external evaluation of the programme “Voucher for the entry into the labour market of young unemployed aged 18-25 years” (commissioned by the Greek Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Welfare)
  • Scientific co-coordinator of the project “Specialised researches on human resources and labour market issues” (commissioned by the Federation of Industries & Enterprises, funded by the O.P. Development of Human Resources 2007-2013)
  • Scientific co-coordinator of the Greek contribution to the PESSIS Project on “Promoting employers’ social dialogue in the social services sector” (co-author of the Greek national report)
  • Member of the research team participating in the project on the social and economic impact of the 2007 fires in the fire stricken regions of Greece (funded by the Ministry of Economy, Competitiveness and Merchant Marine)
  • Transnational Programme “Integrating children’s perspectives in policy-making to combat poverty and social exclusion experienced by single parent families: a transnational overview”.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Mouriki, A., (2015), Policies to support lone parents in Greece”. Comments paper prepared for the seminar ‘Support to lone parents’ in the framework of the EU Mutual Learning Programme in Gender Equality. Paris, 21-22 October.
  • Mouriki, A,.( 2015), “Revisiting the core policy: Gendered analysis of the new welfare state”, in Põim, M., Tánczos, J. (eds), Woman Up! 2. A transatlantic gender dialogue. Foundation for European Progressive Studies, Brussels
  • Mouriki, A., (2009), “Flexibility and security: an asymmetrical relationship? The uncertain relevance of flexicurity policies for segmented labour markets and residual welfare regimes”, AIAS Working Paper, 74, November, Amsterdam (128 p.)
  • “Business interest associations of SMEs in Greece”, in Traxler, F., & Huessner (eds.), Business interest associations, firm size and governance. A European comparison, (co-author with F. Traxler), Routledge (pp. 177-191)
  • Mouriki, A. (1994), “Flexible working: towards further degradation of work, or escaping from stereotypes?”, Warwick Papers in Industrial Relations, no. 49, June
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