Applied Researcher

Natalia Spiropoulou

Natalia Spiropoulou
TYPE:
Applied Researcher
GRADE:
B
SPECIALTY:
Sociologist
OFFICE:
5.5
TEL.:
210-7491714
EMAIL:
nspyropou@ekke.gr
Curriculum Vitae

SHORT CV

Natalia Spyropoulou is a sociologist, working as a researcher (Special Functioning Scientist B’) at the National Centre for Social Research (EKKE). In the past, she has also worked for Panteion University and for the Greek Ministry of Labour. She holds a MSc in Social Policy and is a PhD candidate in the department of sociology in Aegean University. She has participated in a number of studies and research projects over the last 10 years, mainly related to discrimination, poverty, social inclusion policies and vulnerable social groups.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Poverty
  • Discrimination issues
  • Social inclusion policies
  • Vulnerable social groups

SELECTED PROJECTS

  • “European Social Policy Network (ESPN)” (2014-2016)
  • Combating Discrimination in the Field of Entrepreneurship: Women and young Roma and Muslim immigrants” (PROGRESS) (2013-14)
  • Processes of social inclusion and labour market integration of young people in a time of economic crisis" (IN4YOUTH) (2012-2015)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Spyropoulou N. (2016). Architects and civil engineers: professions in crisis and the pursuit of work-life balance. In Thanopoulou M., Tsigkanou, J., (eds), Women between work and family during the crisis, National Centre for Social Research (EKKE), Athens, pp. 167 -199 (in Greek)
  • Spyropoulou N., Thano A. (2015) Poverty and Social Exclusion of youth: Examining the self-reported feeling of social exclusion. Ιn Chtouris S. (ed), Social inclusion and integration processes in the labour market of young people during the economic crisis, Papazisis, Athens (in Greek)
  • Ziomas, D., Bouzas N. & Spyropoulou N. (2011), “Greece: Promoting the social inclusion of Roma, A study of national policies”, ESPN Thematic Report, EKKE
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