Maria-Carmen Pantea

Departament: Departamentul de Asistență Socială

Titlu: Profesor universitar doctor

Adresa:Clădirea Mărăști, str. Anghel Saligny

Birou: sala 404


Maria-Carmen Pantea is Associate Professor at the Social Work Department, UBB. Her research interests are in the area of Youth Studies, in particular young people’s relationship with work in its various forms: vocational education and training, entrepreneurship, university-to-work transitions. Since 2010, she is member of the Pool of European Youth Researchers of the EU-CoE Youth Partnership. Maria-Carmen was proposal assessor for several European programs related to research, education, non-formal learning and entrepreneurship (Horizon 2020, Marie Curie, Erasmus+, ESF, COST, DG-GROW) and held coordination roles at major European conferences on youth. She received five prizes from The Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding. In 2016 she was awarded a UBB Advanced Fellowship for Research from the Star-UBB Institute. Maria-Carmen holds a PhD in Sociology (BBU), an MA with Merit in Gender Studies (Central European University) and a MSc in Evidence-Based Social Interventions (Oxford).

Curriculum vitae

  • studii de tineret
  • educație și formare profesională
  • formare antreprenorială
  • raporturile absolvenţilor de învăţământ superior cu piaţa muncii
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Social ties at work: Roma migrants and the community dynamics
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Ethnic and Racial Studies 36 (11), 1726-1744, 2013
Grandmothers as main caregivers in the context of parental migration: Bunicile ca îngrijitoare in contextul migratiei parintilor
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European Journal of Social Work 15 (1), 63-80, 2012
From ‘making a living’to ‘getting ahead’: Roma women's experiences of migration
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Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38 (8), 1251-1268, 2012
Young people’s perspectives on changing families’ dynamics of power in the context of parental migration
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Young 19 (4), 375-395, 2011
On entrepreneurial education: dilemmas and tensions in nonformal learning
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Studies in Continuing Education 38 (1), 86-100, 2016
The changing nature of volunteering and the cross-border mobility: where does learning come from?
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Studies in Continuing Education 35 (1), 49-64, 2013
Young people in cross-national volunteering: Perceptions of unfairness
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Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 30 (5), 564-581, 2013
Performing the border of child labour: Roma working children
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Romani Studies 19 (1), 19-48, 2009
Affirmative action in Romania’s higher education: Roma students’ perceived meanings and dilemmas
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British Journal of Sociology of Education 36 (6), 896-914, 2015
On pride, shame, passing and avoidance: an inquiry into Roma young people’s relationship with their ethnicity
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Identities 21 (5), 604-622, 2014
‘I have a child and a garden’: young people's experiences of care giving in transnational families
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Journal of Youth Studies 15 (2), 241-256, 2012
Understanding non-participation: perceived barriers in cross-border volunteering among Romanian youth
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International Journal of Adolescence and Youth 20 (3), 271-283, 2015
Young people, entrepreneurship and non-formal learning: a work in progress
MC Pantea, R Diroescu, M Podlasek-Ziegler
SALTO-Youth Participation, 2014
Policy implications for addressing Roma precarious migration through employment at home
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International Migration 51 (5), 34-47, 2013
Challenges for combating Roma Child labor through education in Romania and the need for child centered Roma policies
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Budapest: International Policy Fellowships of Open society Institute, 2007
Negotiating ‘Children’s Best Interests’ in the Context of Parental Migration
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Participation, Citizenship and Trust in Children’s Lives, 154-173, 2013
Perceived reasons for pursuing vocational education and training among young people in Romania
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Journal of Vocational Education & Training 72 (1), 136-156, 2020
Employment-to-Entrepreneurship Interface in the Context of Tech Innovation. A Qualitative Analysis in Romania
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JEEMS Journal of East European Management Studies 23 (1), 128-146, 2018
Social Inclusion of Young People in Europe: Trends and Policy Measures Summary Report on the 2013/14 Social Inclusion Country Templates
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EU-CoE youth partnership policy sheet: Youth entrepreneurship
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Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the …, 2014
Vezi toate articolele

2018-2020: Romanian Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research Development and Innovation, Projects for Young Research Teams (PN-III-DCD-RU-TE-2016-1)
Project: “University-to-work transition. A qualitative inquiry on overqualification among Romanian young people”
Project Director. 

2015-2017: Romanian Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research Development and Innovation, Projects for Young Research Teams (PN-II-RU-TE-2014-4-0011)
Project: “A youth-centered analysis of the changes in the nature and meaning of work”
Topic: sociological research on Vocational education and training (VET)
Project Director.

2013-2014: BBU
Individual Research Grant 34030/2013: Social Enterprises: opportunities and risk factors

2010/ 2011: Local Government and Public Sector Service Initiative (OSI/ Budapest)
Fellowship to undertake research on Reintegration Initiatives for Returning Roma Migrants

2007/ 2008: Center for Advanced Study, Sofia.
Fellowship: Shaken Order: Authority and Social Trust in Post-Communist Societies

2006/ 2007: Open Society Institute (OSI)
International Policy Fellowship. Research: “Combating Roma Child Labor through Education in Romania: Challenges and the Need for Child-centered Roma Policies”.

2004/ 2005: Open Society Institute Europe, Higher Education Support Programme Academic Fellowship Program
Returning Scholar Fellowship for teaching at the Department of Sociology and Social Work, BBU Cluj Napoca.

2003/ 2004: Civic Education Project (CEP)
CEP Local Faculty Fellowship for teaching at BBU, Romania.