Publications

– Peticca-Harris, A., Murgia, A., Alberti, G., & Ivancheva, M. (2025) Special Issue ‘Intersectionality and precarious subjectivities: within and beyond labour and organizational perspectives’. Organization, ongoing.

Piro, V., Murgia, A., & Azaïs, C. (2023) Special Issue ‘Hybrid areas of work. Labour market transformation and form of organising’. Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, ongoing.

Carollo, L., Dorigatti, L., Murgia, A., Parker, S., & Steger, T. (2023)  Special Issue ‘Still in Search of Organizational Democracy: New Opportunities and Constraints’ Studi Organizzativi, ongoing.

– Armano, E., Leonardi, D., Murgia, A. (2022) Algorithmic Management in Food Delivery Platforms: Between Digital Neo-Taylorism and Enhanced Subjectivity. In E. Risi, M. Briziarelli, E. Armano (eds.) Digital Platforms and Algorithmic Self. Theory, Experiences, Resistance and Counter Cooperation. Westminster University Press, Critical Digital and Social Media Studies bookseries.

 Borghi, P., & Murgia, A. (2022) Struggling for alternative social imaginaries. A focus on Italian organisations representing food delivery platform workersEtnografia e ricerca qualitativa15(2), pp. 279-303.

  Choonara, J., Murgia, A., & do Carmo, R. (eds.) (2022) Introduction: Critical Perspectives on Precarity and Precariousness Faces of Precarity, in J. Choonara et al. (eds.) Critical Perspectives on Work, Subjectivities and Struggles, Bristol University Press.

  Choonara, J., Murgia, A., & do Carmo, R. (eds.) (2022) Afterword: A Pandemic of Precarity, in J. Choonara et al. (eds.) Critical Perspectives on Work, Subjectivities and Struggles, Bristol University Press.

  Armano, E., Morini, C., & Murgia, A. (2022) Conceptualising Precariousness. A Subject-oriented Approach, in J. Choonara et al. (eds.) Critical Approaches to Precarity: Work, Subjectivities and Movements, Bristol University Press.

Fleischmann, A., Holck, L., Liu, H., Muhr, S. L., & Murgia, A. (2022) Organizing solidarity in difference: Challenges, achievements, and emerging imaginaries. Organization, 29(2), 233–246.

  Bozzon, R., & Murgia, A. (2022) Subjective work-family conflicts: the challenge of studying self-employed workers. In S. Bertolini, B. Poggio (eds.) Research Handbook on Work–Life Balance Emerging Issues and Methodological Challenges. Cheltenham: Elgar, pp. 116-140.

– Digennaro P. (2022), The Effects of Neoliberalism in European Labour Law: The meaning of labour and the need for a different constitutional compromise. European Labour Law Journal, 13(2), pp. 249-272.

Mezihorak, P., Murgia, A., Borghi, P., & Mondon-Navazo, M. (2022) Representing Solo Self-Employed Workers: The Strengthening of Relations between Traditional and New Collective Actors in Industrial Relations. Work, Employment and Society, doi: 10.1177/09500170211061227.

Bozzon, R., & Murgia, A. (2022) Independent or Dependent? European Labour Statistics and Their (In)ability to Identify Forms of Dependency in Self-employment. Social Indicators Research, 160(1), pp. 199-226.

Mondon-Navazo, M., Murgia, A., Borghi, P., & Mezihorak, P. (2022) In search for alternatives for individualised workers: a comparative study of freelance organisations. Organization, 29(4), pp. 736–756.

Murgia, A., & Pulignano, V. (2021) Neither precarious nor entrepreneur: The subjective experience of hybrid self-employed workers, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 42(4), pp. 1351-1377.

Borghi, P., Murgia, A., Mondon-Navazo, M., & Mezihorak, P. (2021) Mind the gap between discourses and practices: Platform workers’ representation in France and ItalyEuropean Journal of Industrial Relations, 27(4), pp. 425-443.

– Bozzon, R., & Murgia, A. (2021) Work-Family Conflict in Europe. A focus on the Heterogeneity of Self-employment, Community, Work & Family, 24(1), pp. 93-113.

 Cozza, M., Gherardi, S., Graziano, V., Johansson, J., Mondon-Navazo, M., Murgia, A., & Trogal, K. (2021) Covid-19 as a breakdown in the texture of social practicesGender, Work & Organization, 28(1), pp. 190-208.

Bozzon, R. (2021) Insicurezza lavorativa e transizioni familiari. Generi e generazioni a confronto. Milano: Ledizioni

Bigi, M., Clouet, H., Mondon-Navazo, M., Noûs, C. (2021) Des conditions d’enquête aux conditions d’emploi. Le travail de sociologue en temps de confinement. Mondes du Travail, 26, 83-98.

Borghi, P. (2021) Self-employed and non-standard workforce collective identities in Italy and the United Kingdom: A comparative perspective on discourses of new collective actors. Social Policies, 8(1), 99-118.

Pais, I., Borghi, P., Murgia, A. (2021) High-skilled platform jobs in Europe: Trends, quality of work and emerging challenges. Sociologia del lavoro, 160, pp. 203-223.

–  Murgia, A., & de Heusch, S. (2020) ‘It started with the artists and now it concerns everyone’: The case of Smart, a cooperative of ‘salaried autonomous workers’. In S. Taylor & S. Luckman (eds.) Pathways into Creative Working Lives. London: Palgrave.

Digennaro, P. (2020) Subordination or subjection? A study about the dividing line between subordinate work and self-employment in six European legal systemsLabour & Law Issues, 6(1), doi: 10.6092/issn.2421 – 2695/11254.

Borghi P. (2020) I nuovi professionisti indipendenti tra deficit di tutele e rappresentanza emergente. In Mingione, E. (ed). Lavoro: la grande trasformazione. L’impatto sociale del cambiamento del lavoro tra evoluzioni storiche e prospettive globali. Milano: Feltrinelli.

Bozzon R. (2020) Il conflitto lavoro-famiglia nelle aree ibride del lavoro. Il caso del lavoro autonomo in Europa,  in Coppola M. M., Donà A., Poggio B., Tuselli A (eds). Genere e r-esistenze in movimento, soggettività, azioni, prospettive, Università di Trento editore.

Murgia, A., Bozzon, R., Digennaro, P., Mezihorak, P., Mondon-Navazo, M., & Borghi, P. (2020) Hybrid Areas of Work between Employment and Self-employment: Emerging Challenges and Future Research Directions, Frontiers in Sociology, Specialty Section: Work, Employment and Organizations, 4, 86. doi: 10.3389/fsoc.2019.00086.

Armano, E., Leonardi, D., & Murgia, A. (2020) L’ambivalenza della connettività dentro la macchina digitale. Una conricerca su soggettività e resistenza nel lavoro di piattaforma. In L’enigma del valore. Il digital labour e la nuova rivoluzione tecnologica. I libri di Effimera #03, pp. 107-121.

Borghi, P., & Murgia, A. (2019) Between Precariousness and Freedom: The Ambivalent Condition of Independent Professionals in Italy In W. Conen & J. Schippers (eds.) Self-Employment as Precarious Work: a European perspective. Cheltenham: Elgar, pp. 132-152.