Julian Jürgenmeyer

Janvier, 2021 - Juillet, 2021

Visiting PhD candidate

Department of Sociology, Columbia University in the City of New York

Jürgenmeyer Julian Jürgenmeyer is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Sociology at Columbia University. His dissertation research investigates how expertise in bank supervision was problematized and re-organized in the United States and the European Union in response to the financial crises starting in 2007, focusing on the respective stress testing programs in the two polities. He comes to SciencesPo as a Chateaubriand Fellow and holds an MPhil from Columbia University as well as a BA from Humboldt University in Berlin. 

Research interests

Sociology of expertise ; economic sociology, especially of finance ; political econom

Research project pursued at the CEE

Julian Jürgenmeyer will be pursuing the European portion of his dissertation project. It is tentatively titled: “Trials of Legitimacy – Governing Finance through Bank Stress Tests in the United States and Europe.” He will mostly be conducting interviews with financial regulators, bankers, and academics during his time at the CEE.

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