Francisca Gutiérrez

Francisca Gutiérrez

Adjunct Researcher Labour Conflicts Observatory, Researchers INVESTIGATION LINE: Las Dimensiones Socioeconómicas del Conflicto

Adjunct Researcher with the COES Socio-economic Dimensions of Conflict Line and Director of COES-UAH Labour Conflicts Observatory. Associate Professor at the Universidad Alberto Hurtado Department of Management and Business. She holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology, a magíster in Social Sciences and a doctorate in Sociology from l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales of Paris, France. Dr. Gutiérrez is currently the director of the Labor Strikes Observatory (OHL-COES) and Lead Researcher of Fondecyt Initiation Project No. 11150217, “Managing ‘Radishes’: The Attitude of the Business Elite towards Unions in Chile.” Her lines of research are labor relations, unions, business owners and management.

Proyectos de investigación del autor

2016 In Process Strike, state and territory: The geography of strikes in Chile The objective is to understand territorial determinants that affect labor conflict. Specifically, the researchers will explore the economic and government penetration aspects at the territorial level that affect the frequency and characteristics of labor strikes. The specific objectives of the project are: (a) to determine the effect of various territorial economic and political factors on the frequency of strikes; (b) to determine the effect of various economic and political territorial factors on the characteristics of strikes; and (c) to explore the mechanisms through which the characteristics of the territory modify the tactics and strategies employed by strike participants.
Main ResearcherIsmael Puga
2015 In Process Avoiding “Rabanitos”. Reproduction Mechanisms of Management Ideology in Chile The general objective of this project is to study how and why Chilean businesses avoid, manage and penalize the unions.
Main ResearcherFrancisca Gutiérrez
2015 In Process In search of the happy activist: When and how is collective action conducive to subjective wellbeing? The goal of this project is to explain when and how collective actions are favourable for subjective wellbeing.
Main ResearcherGloria Jiménez-Moya
2014 In Process Quantitative radiography of union strikes in contemporary Chile (2011-2014) The present project, from which the Labour Conflicts Observatory (OHL) was created, aims to produce a radiograph of labour conflict in contemporary Chile, taking into account the illegal strikes that have traditionally been ignored in the official records.
Main ResearcherEmmanuelle Barozet