In August, Natalia Besedovsky started working at Hamburg University’s Sociology Department as a research fellow at Sighard Neckel’s chair on the Study of Society and Social Change. The group works on the study of modern capitalism and its current economic, social, and cultural changes. It focuses on social consequences of financial markets, social inequality and the manifold crises of social subjectivities, with special interest in social conflicts over sustainability. Natalias new research focuses on finance and sustainability, the intersections between financial and other social rationalities, as well as calculation practices of sustainable investors and banks. She will remain in close contact with the group, especially through the cooperation with Sebastian Botzem on the project on transnational financial elites.
Fakultät Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften
Institut für Soziologie
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