Roberto Serpieri is Full Professor of Sociology of Education at the Department Social Sciences, University of Naples Federico II. His fields of interests are related to: Education Policy Sociology, Governmentality and Foucauldian Studies, whereas recent research mainly focuses on Digital Education, Youth Skills and Higher Education Policies.

Antonella Spanò is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Department of Social Sciences, University of Naples Federico II, where she is the Coordinator of Studies in Sociology. Her main research interests include: Biographical Transitions, Youth, Migrations, and Social Exclusion.

Gabriella Grassia (Ph.D.) is Full Professor of Social Statistics at Department of Social Science of University of Naples Federico II. Her research interests include multivariate methods for mixed and non-structural data (textual data, visual data), Structural Equation Models and PLS-PM, and Model based composite indicators.

Letteria (Lia) Fassari is Associate Professor at the Department of Social Science and Economics, University of Rome, La Sapienza, where she is the founder and director of the Social Aesthetics Research Unit. She is currently working on the concept of performance from a cultural sociology perspective.

Lello Savonardois Associate Professor of Theories and Techniques of Communication, and of Communication and Youth Cultures at the Department of Social Sciences, University of Naples Federico II. Since 2003, he has been the scientific coordinator of the Osservatorio Territoriale Giovani (OTG). He has been General Secretary of the AIS – Italian Association of Sociology.

Amalia Caputo (Ph.D.) is Assistant Professor of Social Research Methodology at the Department of Social Sciences of University of Naples Federico II. She has been a member of the Executive Board of the Italian Sociological Association (AIS) Methodology section since 2015, and the LGBT Observatory and Tourism Observatory of University Federico II; and she is the researcher responsible of the Youth Observatory (since 2003). Her main interests of research concern youth policy, specifically educational policy, gender, methodological issues.