Cristina Raţ

Tanszék: Szociológia (román tagozat)

Titlu: Lector universitar doctor

Adresa:Clădirea Mărăști, str. Anghel Saligny

Birou: 11

Email:cristina.rat@ubbcluj.ro

Functia: Șef de departament; Biroul permanent al facultății; Consiliul facultății;

InteresePredarePublicațiiProiecte
  • stratificare socială
  • politici sociale
  • inegalităţi sociale
  • Stratificare socială
  • Politici sociale
  • Sociologie – opţional
Titlu
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Reforming post-communist welfare states: Family policy in Poland, Hungary, and Romania since 2000
T Inglot, D Szikra, C Raţ
Problems of Post-Communism 59 (6), 27-49, 2012
472012
SPATIALIZATION AND RACIALIZATION OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION. THE SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FORMATION OF'GYPSY GHETTOS'IN ROMANIA IN A EUROPEAN CONTEXT
E Vincze, C Rat
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai 58 (2), 5, 2013
312013
The impact of minimum income guarantee schemes in Central and Eastern Europe
C Rat
Post-Communist Welfare Pathways, 164-180, 2009
312009
Romanian Roma, state transfers, and poverty: A study of relative disadvantage
C Rat
International Journal of Sociology 35 (3), 85-116, 2005
312005
Foreword for the special issue on spatialization and racialization of social exclusion: the social and cultural formation of “Gypsy ghettos” in Romania in a European context
E Vincze, C Rat
Sociologica 58 (2), 5-22, 2013
162013
Bare peripheries: State retrenchment and population profiling in segregated Roma settlements from Romania
C Rat
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai-Sociologia 58 (2), 155-174, 2013
162013
Continuity and Change in Family Policies of the New European Democracies: A Comparison of Poland, Hungary and Romania
T Inglot, D Szikra, C Raț
National Council for Eurasian and East European Research, 2011
162011
Romanian Roma, State Transfers, and Poverty: A Study of Relative Disadvantage
C Raţ
International Journal of Sociology 35 (3), 85-116, 2005
112005
The Romanian welfare state at times of crisis
L Popescu, V Ivan, C Raț
Challenges to European welfare systems, 615-645, 2016
102016
Disciplining Mothers: Fertility Threats and Family Policies in Romania 2
C Rat
Family Patterns and Demographic Development, 75, 2009
92009
Self-assessed health status and satisfaction with health care services in the new member states of the European Union
L Popescu, C Rat, A Rebeleanu
Studia UBB Sociologia 52 (2), 125-50, 2007
92007
Children and social policies in Romania
M Roth-Szamoskozi, L Popescu, C RAŢ
Resource, 2, 2004
82004
Introduction: Racialized Labour of the Dispossessed as an Endemic Feature of Capitalism
N Petrovici, C Raţ, A Simionca, E Vincze
Racialized Labour in Romania, 1-38, 2019
52019
Social transfers and capability-building for the Roma
C Rat
Conference Paper: International Conference of the Human Development and …, 2006
42006
Racialized Labour in Romania: Spaces of marginality at the periphery of global capitalism
E Vincze, N Petrovici, C Raț, G Picker
Springer, 2018
32018
The Social Segregation of the Poor in Romania. The Impact of Welfare Transfers
C Rat
3*2009
The social segregation of the poor in Romania during the transition period. The impact of welfare transfers
C Raţ
Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai Cluj-Napoc: Doctoral Thesis. Retrieved from: http …, 2008
32008
Quasi-marketization and Security in the Romanian Health Care System: The Case of North-Western Region
L Popescu, C Rat
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Seria Sociologia 53 (2), 79-99, 2008
22008
The effectiveness of welfare state transfers in reducing poverty in Romania and Hungary during the first decade of post-socialist transition
C Rat
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai-Sociologia 51 (1), 111-131, 2006
22006
Racialized Labour in Romania
E Vincze, N Petrovici, C Raţ, G Picker
12018
Vezi toate articolele

Granturi individuale sau burse postdoctorale:

  • 15 September – 15 November 2010. Postdoctoral research fellowship awarded by the Aleksanteri Institute Helsinki (2 months).
  • October 2007 – Visiting researcher at CEPS/INSTEAD Luxembourg within the IRISS Research grant. Project title: Self-Assessed Health Status and Satisfaction with Health Care Services in the Context of the Enlarged European Union (research group led by prof. Livia Popescu)
  • Septembrie 2003 – Iunie 2004. OSI/FCO Chevening Visiting Scholarship, Doctoral support non-degree program at the University of Oxford, Social Policy and Social Work Department.

Membru al unei echipe de cercetare:

  • Cercetător sociolog în proiectul The Spatialization and Racialization of Social Exclusion (SPAREX), director: prof. Dr. Eniko Vincze, program finanțat de Ministerul Educației prin grant-ul IDEI, 2012-2014, www.sparex-ro.eu
  • October 2011 – September 2011. Researcher within the PN-II Project No. 92131/2008: Class Structure and Social Stratification in Contemporary Romania, led by prof. Lazar Vlasceanu, University of Bucharest, in partnership with the Babes-Bolyai University, the University of Oradea and CURS Bucharest.
  • September 2009 – September 2011. Researcher in the NCEEER Grant Continuity and Change in Family Policies of the New European Democracies: A Comparison of Poland, Hungary, and Romania led by prof. Tomasz Inglot, Minnesota State University and having as co-researcher Dorottya Szikra, ELTE Budapest.
  • January 2007 – October 2008 – Researcher within the project Disparities in the Use of Healthcare Services in the North-West Development Region of Romania. Socio-Economic Patterns and causes (director: prof. Livia Popescu) financed by the CEEX Program of the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research, Grant CEEX 157/2006. (http://socialzoom.com/echiserv)