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If you would like to get in touch, please e-mail: D. Sallai lse. I wrote two books on market creation. I am currently working on the problem of rationality and uncertainty in two different contexts: credit assessment and the use of science in risk management. I have been a member of SASE since I am the co-founder and co-organizer of the Finance and Society Network, served on the Executive Council between and , Treasurer between and , and as President After receiving his Ph. Amitai Etzioni served as a Professor of Sociology at Columbia University for 20 years; part of that time as the Chairman of the department.

He was a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution in before serving as a Senior Advisor to the White House from In , Dr. Etzioni served as the president of the American Sociological Association in , and in was the founding president of the international Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics. In , he founded the Communitarian Network, a not-for-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to shoring up the moral, social and political foundations of society.

In , the press began referring to Dr. Outside of academia, Dr. He appears often on radio and television programs, and is regularly consulted by print media as well. In , he was named by Richard Posner as being among the top American intellectuals as measured by academic citations. Also in , Dr.

Etzioni was awarded the John P. Book Review: Law and society in a populist age: balancing individual rights and the common good. His research is located at the intersection between political science and political economy, on the one hand, and sociology, especially economic sociology, on the other. His interest is and has always been the tension between a democratic polity and a capitalist economy, as reflected in the constitution of the modern welfare state and in the regulation of labor relations and the employment relationship through trade unions and employer associations.

Areas of interest include comparative and historical sociology, economy and society, sociology of law and sociology of organizations. His current research projects include a study of the historical evolution of credit as a problem in the sociology of trust, regulatory arbitrage, what modern derivatives markets reveal about the relationship between law and capitalism, and the regulation of credit for poor people in early 20th Century America.

A comparative sociologist by training and taste, she is interested in variations in economic and political knowledge and practice across nations. Her first book, Economists and Societies Princeton University Press , explored the distinctive character of the discipline and profession of economics in three countries. This book investigates new forms of social stratification and morality in the digital economy. Other recent research focuses on the valuation of nature in comparative perspective; the moral regulation of states; the comparative study of political organization with Evan Schofer and Brian Lande ; the microsociology of courtroom exchanges with Roi Livne ; the sociology of economics, with Etienne Ollion and Yann Algan, and with Rakesh Khurana; the politics of wine classifications in France and the United States with Rebecca Elliott and Olivier Jacquet.

His inaugural lecture summarizes the essence of his research agenda, arguing for a Numeracy 2. You can find the work of the whole research team on the FickleFormulas project website. In the past, he has published widely on the politics of financial regulation and accounting standards. Her current research focuses on politics and globalization. Her earlier work focused on political development Peasants Against Politics and the organization of interests Dualism and Discontinuity in Industrial Societies and Organizing Interests in Western Europe.

She has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. On completing my D. As part of this collaboration, I also taught at the Singapore School of Management During this time I ran a number of large-scale European and international research projects examining the impact of labour market policy and employment transitions. I returned to BMEc in April His research utilizes cross-national comparison to better understand the regulatory and other societal influences on the corporation, particularly using the cases of Germany, Japan, the UK and USA.

His research aims to link disparate fields of scholarship, including institutional theory, organizational analysis, economic sociology, and comparative political economy. Particular empirical interests have been the relationship of corporate governance and human resource management, and issues around corporate social responsibility and labor standards. His current projects seek to apply methods of fuzzy set and qualitative comparative analysis QCA to understanding.

Her research examines the social, cultural and emotional influences on economic phenomena, globalization, and postsocialism.

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She is the co author or co editor of six books and multiple articles. Wherry and V. Zelizer, Her research focuses on the politics of inequality and social policy in the rich democracies, particularly the countries of western Europe. She has special interests in comparative health policy and the politics of health inequalities, party system change, southern European politics, and the politics of aging.

Center for Leadership and Ethics. Phillips research addresses the main questions of what is the value of diversity and what are the barriers that prevent society, organizations and especially work teams from capturing the knowledge, perspectives and unique backgrounds of every member? As organizations and society become increasingly diverse, developing a more sophisticated understanding of intergroup relations and the myriad of processes that interfere with capturing the value that diversity can bring to the table, is essential for the continued growth of organizations.

You can find insights in Prof. Recent interests tackle issues around the intersection of race and gender stereotypes, the relationship between diversity and perceptions of morality, and insights on how homogeneity affects group processes just as much as diversity itself. Her review of diversity research published in Research in Organizational Behavior under the name Williams is a leading source of information for scholars across many disciplines including psychologists, sociologists, political scientists, lawyers, and doctors.

Phillips teaches numerous topics including leadership, leading and managing teams, decision making, negotiations, organizational change, and motivation. She has a way of involving students in the discussion of cutting-edge concepts from her research and expertise that makes you feel like you are being part of something novel and unique. She was the best introduction I could possibly have to business school. Broadly, she is interested in intergroup relations and boundary processes, especially as they pertain to race, ethnicity and nationalism. Most of her research explores the impact of demographic diversification——real and perceived——on intergroup relations in the United States.

She draws on a range of quantitative methods and data sources, including original lab, survey, and field experiments. Her interests include social networks, social stratification and inequality, and culture. Her current research uses experimental data to examine how identity and knowledge shape evaluations of racial and ethnic diversity. After graduating from the University of Chicago with with a B. Professor Baldassarri earned a B.

Her current research projects include a study of the emergence of cooperation in complex societies, focusing on the empirical case of ethnically heterogeneous communities and a book project, Centrifugal Politics, Crosscutting People , that investigates the demographic and social network bases of partisanship in American public opinion. Professor Baldassarri has received a few career awards, including the Freeman Award , given by the International Network of Social Network Analysis to distinguished scholars in the field of social networks, the Raymond Boudon Award for early career achievement from the European Academy of Sociology, and the Hans L.

Zetterberg Prize in Sociology. Stark uses a variety of methods to study problems of valuation, innovation, and observation. The project studies the network properties of cognition as organizations face three challenges of detecting error, allocating attention, and organizing innovation. Dissonance — disagreement about the principles of worth — can lead to discovery. With continuous support from the National Sciences Foundation since , Stark and his collaborators are contributing to the field of economic sociology.

With ethnographer Daniel Beunza he has contributed to the social studies of finance. Sheen S. Levine studies how people behave and how they impact others, organizations and markets. His research spans disciplines: How knowledge sharing affects performance , when open collaboration facilitates innovation, and how strategic intelligence brings success. He currently studies why diversity improves error detection , and when decision makers opt for the familiar versus the promising, and how Pay It Forward creates surprising acts of kindness.

He collaborates with economists, psychologists, sociologists and cognitive scientists; but also with entrepreneurs and members of companies such as Bain and Company , Blackrock , Deloitte , and KPMG. The findings were cited by scholars in business, economics, psychology, sociology, law, and computer science.

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Levine has taught global strategic management, organizational theory, entrepreneurship and innovation to students and executives in the US, Europe and Asia. As part of the Startup Europe Partnership 2. During her postdoc, she used experimental methods to study the effect of ethnic and gender diversity on decision-making. For her PhD research, she combined qualitative and quantitative methods to examine how collaborative innovation between multiple, diverse stakeholders can be supported in public-private partnerships.

Charlotte was also a visiting researcher at the University of Texas at Dallas and at Columbia University. In her research, she examines how organizational and social network processes perpetuate gender inequality across a number of outcomes and unique empirical contexts. In one recent paper forthcoming at ASQ , she compares male and female entrepreneurs in networking groups aimed at using social ties to generate new clients.

She finds that women receive fewer connections to potential new clients from their social ties within these groups. However, this is only the case when the connection involves a third party, such as a client of a fellow group member. Prior to her career in academia, Prof. Abraham spent five years working in financial services at Fidelity Investments, in defined benefits consulting and risk management in the Boston and New York City areas.

Her work experiences provided insights into organizational processes and gender dynamics in the workplace, which largely motivate her research agenda and teaching. Her research focus includes socially responsible and irresponsible business; the intersection between corporate strategy and the public good; as well as meaningfulness at work, and human resource management and motivation. For more, visit vanessaburbano. Nancy Fraser is Henry A. The research she conducted during her post-doc was focusing on the study of political engagement among young precarious workers, combining perspectives from the sociology of work, social movement, and political participation studies.

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Lara is especially interested in how these movements re-politicize and re-configure everyday life, thus representing radical attempts to embody a critique to contemporary capitalism and prefigure alternative and sustainable futures. He is co-editor of The Class Strikes Back. As documentary filmmaker he has been filming in Latin America and Europe. Together with Oliver Ressler he is producing Occupy, Resist, Produce, a series of documentaries on recuperated factories under workers control in Europe. I consider these three areas to be closely interrelated practices of non-state-centered social transformation.

My research in these areas deals with democracy, ecology, labor processes, social justice, the commons, local development, utopia and other relevant subjects in this context of social transformation. Geographically my focus has been Latin America and the Caribbean, and Europe; I am, however, expanding my research globally. I describe my work as critical political economy, in the sense that I adopt a materialist conception of history. I collaborate with researchers and actors from across the social and natural sciences, as well as with artists and social movements.

Methodologically, I combine theory and empirical evidence with extensive field research, in which I employ a variety of sociological, anthropological and ethnographic research methods. My goal as a researcher is to provide rigorous and complex scholarly analysis that can have an impact both in academia and in public debate.

I pursue an approach that can broadly be defined as public sociology. I disseminate my research findings beyond the academic community in an effort to inform policy and problem-solving strategies. This manifests through: 1 sharing research findings with the groups, sectors and countries that are immediately affected by them and publishing in the relevant language e. Oliver Ressler is an artist and filmmaker who produces installations, projects in the public space, and films on issues such as economics, democracy, global warming, forms of resistance and social alternatives.

His comparative and interdisciplinary doctorate thesis industrial relations, sociology of media and social movement studies deployed a case study and mixed-methods approach to understand how trade unions and worker organisations in the UK and Denmark use the media to shape employment relations. Other work has studied the rise of precarious employment amongst highly educated graduates.

More broadly, Torsten is interested in alternatives to the pressing socio-economic and political issues of our time: inequalities of power and wealth, the erosion of democracy and environmental degradation. He has also co-chaired two mini-conferences within SASE Berkeley , Lyon , focusing on cooperatives, the sharing economy and platform cooperativism. His research falls into the domains of economic, political, and labor sociology, and his interests generally center around the political economy of the American welfare state.

Specifically, he is interested in the relationship between the American labor movement and decommodifying social programs. A side interest is universal basic income proposals, how they are translated into policy, and the political debates surrounding their formulation and implementation. In addition to his studies, van der Naald is also a teaching assistant and lecturer in sociology. He has taught at Brooklyn College in the past, and he began teaching at Queens College in the fall of When he is not studying, he serves as the newsletter editor for the Labor and Labor Movements section of the American Sociological Association.

In total, he has worked for Fountain House for twelve years supervising employment and the scattered site apartment program. He graduated from Hampshire College in FIGMENT takes place annually in roughly 10 cities and involves 1, artists, 1, volunteers, and , participants each year. Why is nothing for sale? Why is everyone smiling? Professionally, David is the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Morris Adjmi Architects, and has over 20 years of experience leading marketing, business development, and communications for design and architecture firms.

David is a frequent writer and speaker. He has written two plays that are published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. Gytis Simaitis is a multi-disciplinary artist based in New York City. He has exhibited paintings, drawings, installations, and manipulated photographs in various shows, including at Aliyah Gallery and Fountain House Gallery. He also teaches drawing. A simultaneous career path in computer-aided design, drafting, and virtual modeling led to proficiency in collecting and analyzing datasets. Ariel Willmott has been the director of Fountain House Gallery since In she established Fountain House Studio a new venture that provides free space, supplies, and support for artists of Fountain House.

During the entirety of her four years at SUNY, she worked at the University Art Museum where she was captivated by working with artists and the thrill of being a part of the formation of an exhibition from planning stages, to installation, and beyond. Current projects include strategic research on the intersection of union representation and worker ownership, survey research on workplace sexual and racial harassment, case studies on the foundations of multiracial solidarity, and a scan of how worker organizations are using digital tools and strategies.

Sanjay has worked and consulted with numerous worker, civil rights, and philanthropic organizations and has taught courses on labor, political economy, and public policy at Columbia, Princeton, and Rutgers. Shaywaal Amin lives in Randolph, New Jersey. Shaywaal has a career in labor research and advocacy spanning more than 30 years. In addition to his long engagement with organized labor, Shaywaal has worked with Operation Crossroads in The Gambia and Senegal, helping communities to implement sustainable development strategies.

He is also a producer with his own record label, Lucid Dreams Productions. Yvonne has held a variety in positions during her time with SEIU. She joined the union as an organizer in Janice Dabney has enjoyed a long career in health care, primarily in the field of long-term care, starting in the Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center and its affiliate, the Rutland Nursing Home. At the Cobble Hill Health Center, she directed the Social Work Department and led the development of several innovative programs and research projects, which improved the quality of care for residents and enhanced the roles of direct-care staff.

In , she joined the Labor Management Project to assist in the expansion of organizational development work with nursing homes. By fostering union-management partnerships, Janice and LMP colleagues have lead projects to improve communication, reimbursement performance and person-centered care.

In recent years, Janice has worked across the long-term care field to help prepare union and management leaders for the significant, industry-wide changes that will impact funding and care. She endorses an approach that emphasizes deinstitutionalization, self-directed interdisciplinary teams and relationship building with community leaders and organizations. Janice has organized large-scale conferences, facilitated workshops, published articles in professional journals and taught undergraduate students at New York City Technical College CUNY.

She led a team that crafted customized learning experiences to deepen the movement-building capacity of members and staff. Mike has over forty years of experience in the fields of human resources, labor relations, and organizational development. For the past thirty years, Mike has served as a consultant to unions and management in healthcare, textile, apparel, metals, bottling, aerospace, paper-making, logistics, automotive supply, waste management and professional services organizations.

He has also consulted to state and federal government agencies, and not for profit community development agencies. He has spoken and written extensively about his work and has given several international presentations. Appointed Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives in February , Deputy Mayor Thompson is responsible for spearheading a diverse collection of priority initiatives. His courses — which married his real-world experience and cutting-edge research — covered a wide range of subject matter, including housing and economic development, urban politics, post-disaster planning, social movements, and race and ethnicity in American Politics, among many other areas.

He has also written and worked expansively on community health planning, the future of labor unions, race and community development, social capital in public housing, and the politics of black economic advancement. In support of the Colombian peace process, he worked closely with Colombian Ministry of Environment and local stakeholders to create sustainable environmental and community development programs. In , he also worked with the Haitian government on post-earthquake housing planning and design.

Before that he worked with the City of New Orleans on their post-disaster training and the City of Cleveland on innovative economic development solutions. Deputy Mayor Thompson received a B. Program at the University of Michigan Law School. He specializes in corporate and international taxation. He has served as consultant to the U. I worked on Work Package two of the project, focusing on multidisciplinary research on the global financial crisis in the banking sector.

The project was funded by the Leverhulme Trust. Previously — I was a Lecturer in Law at Kingston University where I taught in the areas of company, commercial and financial law. Prior to joining academia, I was a practising lawyer, in Italy initially where I was called to the bar, and then in Monaco and in the UK where I worked in in-house positions. Camelia Bogdan is an experienced Bucharest Court of Appeals judge who specializes in countering economic crime and asset recovery.

In her capacity as expert of the European Commission , she has participated in more than 40 international conferences or training sessions of the law enforcement agents, and has been invited or recommended by international institutions such as the World Bank, the European Commission, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the European Union Intellectual Property Office formerly known as the European Office for Harmonizing the Internal Market.

The results of her academic activity include 2 monographs, one PhD thesis, two guides for the Romanian magistrates on countering money laundering and financial investigations of transnational organized crime activities, more than judicial studies published in law reviews and papers presented at conferences and colloquiums. In , she received the Ion Ratiu Democracy Award, which aims to support individuals around the world who are working on behalf of democracy as activists or intellectuals, whether they are in exile from repressive regimes or operating within emerging democracies.

Camelia Bogdan was twice expelled from the Romanian judiciary. First, on 8 February , the Judicial Section of the Superior Council of the Judiciary accused her of cumulating functions and conflict of interest. She was expelled for the second time in April , allegedly because she would have infringed the principle of repartition aleatoire. Her case is currently pending at the Supreme Court.

She has been a permanent guest professor there for 2 years and has been an affiliated professor since She was board member of Deutsche Postbank between and His primary fields of research are International Business Law, Civil Law, Contract Law, Consumer Protection Law, Debt Collection, Energy Law, and his current research is on aspects related to enterprise liability arising from or in connection to concession agreements energy and infrastructure projects as well as abusive debt collection practices.

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His research interests include financial reporting, dissemination of information in security markets, and statistical theory of valuation. A pioneer in the fields of experimental finance and experimental macroeconomics, he has published five books and more than scholarly articles. He holds degrees in business economics and sociology. In his dissertation, he explores the evolution of lease accounting in Europe and the USA and investigates how these processes are reciprocally linked to the development of the international accounting standards. For that purpose, he conducts expert interviews with contemporary witnesses as well as a comment letter analysis.

D in Sociology from Columbia University. His research focuses on the capacity of nation states to limit the rule bending activity of banks and financial market actors in an era of globalized finance.

He has worked as a consultant for the United Nations on regulatory reform in financial markets and its impact on developing countries Station on 7 th Avenue uptown to the th St. The online program is available to be consulted, here. SASE has gone fully digital this year!

There will be no print programs available. Instead, you can find the conference program:. There will be 2 tours — one on Thursday, June 27 at 12 noon and one on Friday, June 28 at 12 noon. There will be a maximum of 25 persons accepted in each group, which will be on a first come basis. If you would like to participate, come to the registration desk to meet up with Silvia.

Conference Theme Overview We all live our lives forward, facing uncertain futures, yet social scientists feel most comfortable explaining the social world through causes rooted in the past or through the constraints and resources lodged in the present. Calls for paper proposals and session proposals will open on 6 November and close on 14 January 28 January President: Akos Rona-Tas aronatas ucsd. Mini-Conference Themes Each mini-conference will consist of 3 to 6 panels, which will be featured as a separate stream in the program.

Algorithmic Prediction vs. Alberto Cevolini Close. Alberto Cevolini. Elena Esposito Close. Elena Esposito. Building the Present at the Expense of the Future? Market Liberalization and the Future of Democracy detailed info Organizers. Margherita Bussi Close. Margherita Bussi. Claire Dupuy Close. Claire Dupuy. Virginie Van Ingelgom Close. Virginie Van Ingelgom. Luis Vila-Henninger Close. Luis Vila-Henninger. Market Liberalization and the Future of Democracy.

Florian Butollo Close. Florian Butollo. Martin Krzywdzinski Close. Martin Krzywdzinski. Chun Yang Close. Chun Yang. Rossella Bozzon Close. Rossella Bozzon. Annalisa Murgia Close. Annalisa Murgia. Agnieszka Piasna Close. Agnieszka Piasna. Economic Futures in the Public Sphere detailed info Organizers. Amitava Krishna Dutt Close. Amitava Krishna Dutt. Simone Polillo Close. Simone Polillo. Lyn Spillman Close. Lyn Spillman. Economic Futures in the Public Sphere. Nicolas Duvoux Close. Nicolas Duvoux. Jonathan Morduch Close. Jonathan Morduch. Evaluating Futures, Evaluating Future-makers detailed info Organizers.

Katy Mason Close. Katy Mason. Neil Pollock Close. Neil Pollock.

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Evaluating Futures, Evaluating Future-makers. Ian Thomson Close. Ian Thomson. Hendrik Vollmer Close. Hendrik Vollmer. Ken Weir Close.

Ken Weir. Finance after the Financial Crisis detailed info Organizers. Charlie Eaton Close. Charlie Eaton. Neil Fligstein Close. Neil Fligstein. Adam Goldstein Close. Adam Goldstein. Jacob Habinek Close. Jacob Habinek. Finance after the Financial Crisis. Futures and Visions of Global Orders detailed info Organizers. Jenny Andersson Close. Jenny Andersson. Vincent Cardon Close. Vincent Cardon. Melissa Fisher Close.

Melissa Fisher. Olivier Pilmis Close. Olivier Pilmis. Futures and Visions of Global Orders. Matthew Alford Close.

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