Main research areas
- Social Policy
- Political Sociology and Public Protests
- Working Life and Global Change
- Public Identity
Current research and teaching
- Conflict in School
- Threat and Violence at the Work Place
- Organization Theory and the Public Sector
- Money Laundering and Sustainability of Financial Markets
My sociological interest is how we try to steer social change and why and with what consequence, we succeed or fail. I received my PhD at the University of California, Santa Barbara and was Assistant Professor at New York University. My empirical work includes studies, among others, of commitment to mental institutions, rehabilitation to work, conflict in school, threats and violence at work, insider trading and exclusion from the job market.
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