European / International Joint Ph.D. in
Social Representation and Communication

Summer School 2012 - List of Professors


20th International Lab Meeting - Summer Session 2012
18th International Summer School on Social Representations
and Communication

of the

European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication

"Social Representations, Economics and Finance"




at the European PhD on Social Representations & Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB

Piazza d'Ara Coeli 1, Rome - Italy

with worldwide multi-points connection via interactive web auditorium


8 - 19 July, 2012



Name and Surname


Home Institution

Title of Presentation


Dr. Aleksandra Borkowska


Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University


Between work life and personal happiness: What professionals should know about relationship between job satisfaction and psychological well-being of employees?


Dr. Elena Bocci Italian

University of Rome

“La Sapienza”


Social representations of the stock market: media analysis on European journals


Prof. Annamaria de Rosa Italian

University of Rome

“La Sapienza”


1- Mass Psychology and Stock Market: Heterogeneous Agents, Financial Advisors, Investors and Media

2- The modeling approach as a unifying paradigm for research programs in various thematic areas


Eng. Conny Ericsson Swedish



European PhD Web-auditorium Marratech Basic and Advanced Training


Dr. Mircea-Grigore Havarneanu Romanian

University of Iasi


Becoming a European PhD holder in 3 years: transferable skill in time management , writing your doctoral thesis and a successful short article
6. Prof. Guan Jian Chinese

University of Nankai


Non-profit Sector and social support network: A case of discrimination groups
7. Prof. Erich Kirchler Austrian

University of Vienna


1- Overview of the Economic Psychology: the main paradigms

2- The Economic Psychology of Tax Behavior

8. Prof. Radim Marada Czech

Masaryk University

(Czech Republic)

Multigenerational perspectives in new societal scenarios within an economy in crisis

9. Prof. Charles Smith American

Queen's College


Understanding the Mind of the Market: Survival and Success in Wall Street. Markets as Definitional Practices