Tosi, Marco

Dr Marco Tosi Post-doc Research Officer 

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Position held

Post-doctoral Research Officer

 

Experience keywords:

Ageing; Demography; Family dynamics; Intergenerational relations; Transition to adulthood

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My research interests are older people's mental health, parent-child relationships and intergenerational exchanges of time and economic resources. My research also focuses on the consequences of family dissolution, grandparents' involvement in childcare and intergenerational co-residence in different European countries.

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Europe

Contact Points

LSE email:

m.tosi@lse.ac.uk

Alt email:

marco.tosi@unitn.it

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I am working on FAMHEALTH project led by Prof. Emily Grundy. My current research focuses on intergenerational relationships and mental health among older people in Europe. Before joining the LSE, I received a Ph.D. degree in Sociology and Social Research from the University of Trento. My dissertation examines the association between earlier experiences of intergenerational co-residence and later parent-adult child relations in Italy and Sweden. During the PhD I worked as a visiting researcher at the Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI), and I was involved in teaching activities for the course Methodology for Social Science at the University of Trento. My research interests include also the consequences of divorce, grandparents’ involvement in childcare, and the intergenerational transmission of economic resources. Young Italian Sociologist 2012 - awarded by the Italian Association of Sociology https://scholar.google.it/citations?hl=it&user=x7ysZqMAAAAJ

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