Financial Supervision in post-2008 Europe: A Socio-anthropological Perspective

Guest speaker: Daniel SEABRA LOPES - February 20, 2017, 12:30
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Guest speaker: Daniel SEABRA LOPES, Lisbon School of Economics and Management


Daniel Seabra Lopes Daniel Seabra Lopes graduated in Anthropology from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universidade Nova de Lisboa in 1994. He completed his Master’s Degree in Anthropology: Heritage and Identities at ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon in 1999 before defending his PhD degree in Cultural and Social Anthropology at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universidade Nova de Lisboa in 2007.

In 2008, Seabra Lopes joined the SOCIUS-ISEG Research Centre in Economic and Organizational Sociology at the University of Lisbon School of Economics and Management (ISEG-ULisboa), where he has since served as a post-doctoral research fellow focusing on sociological studies of finance and organizational ethnography. He is also assistant professor at the same Lisbon School of Economics and Management.
Seabra Lopes has published 17 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 2 conference proceedings, 7 book chapters and 1 authored book. Between 1998 and 2015, he participated in 4 research projects. Presently, Seabra Lopes coordinates 2 research projects. He is a social scientist, with a focus on the fields of sociology and anthropology. Thus far, Daniel Seabra Lopes interacted with 13 collaborators as co-authors of scientific work.

Sophie Dubuisson-QuellierSophie Dubuisson-Quellier’s research is situated in the field of economic sociology, and her focus is on the social construction of consumers and markets. Her aim is to understand how consumers’ economic behavior is progressively shaped by the relationship between business practice, government, and social movements. This research has led her to study businesses themselves, and more generally all market professionals (designers, consulting firms), in order to understand how they derive their view of consumer preferences such that they can then define and market their products. The other side of this coin is her research on the way social movements (fair trade, organic agriculture, environmental NGOs, anti-advertising and responsible consumption movements) empower consumers on both market and political spaces.

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