Ignacio Madero-Cabib

Ignacio Madero-Cabib

Assistant Professor of Sociology Universidad de Chile Officer-at-large

Ignacio Madero-Cabib is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Public Policy Institute, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile. His current research focuses on the impact of precarious employment trajectories on the health of older adults in 11 countries. His research has been published in several journals, including the European Journal of Ageing, Advances in Life Course Research, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, and Work, Aging and Retirement.


Contributions by Ignacio Madero-Cabib

Call for Papers – Special Issue “New Perspectives on Aging Futures” Journal Societies

Dear Colleagues, This Special Issue of Societies invites manuscripts of original research that explore “aging futures” through critical and interdisciplinary perspectives from the social sciences or humanities. According to Nikolas Rose, “contemporary biopolitics is infused with futurity, saturated with anticipations of imagined futures”. How such biopolitics is connected to age…


Call for Papers – Conference “Contextualizing Productive Aging in Asia” (Deadline: 15 September 2016)

Date: 13 Mar 2017 - 14 Mar 2017 Venue: Asia Research Institute, Seminar Room AS8, Level 4, 10 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119260 “Productive Aging” emphasizes older adults’ engagement in productive activities, including working, care giving, volunteering or helping in later life. Asian countries (especially in East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia)…


Call for PhD applications (Australia)

We would like to invite students interested in doing a PhD associated with our ARC project to collaborate with us to apply for a Forrest scholarship (http://www.forrestresearch.org.au/). Ageing and New Media: A New Analysis of Older Australians’ Support Networks is a collaborative research project coordinated by Loretta Baldassar (Anthropology and Sociology,…


Special Issue – Journal of Population Ageing. ‘Life course influences on inequalities in later life: Comparative perspectives’

The papers contained in this special issue of the Journal of Population Ageing originated in a session held at the 2014 International Sociological Association Conference, for which we organised a symposium for the Research Committee on Sociology of Aging, sharing the same title as this editorial. The main motivation for the symposium,…