Matthew Soener is a postdoctoral fellow associated with the OSC and the MaxPo research centers at Sciences Po. He holds a PhD in sociology from the Ohio State University. Matthew’s substantive interests lie in economic sociology and inequality and he conducts research on the “financialization” of the economy and the political economy of climate change.
With colleagues Mirna Safi and Olivier Godechot, he is studying French labor market inequalities by gender, migrant status, and class (Project Ineq_at_work).
PUBLICATIONS - RESEAUX SOCIAUX
- 2019, "Profitability, Inequality and Climate Change", Sociology Lens, 18th November.
- 2019, "Profiting in a Warming World: Investigating the Link Between Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Capitalist Profitability in OECD States", Sociological Forum, Early View, 1st October.
- 2019 (with Michael Nau), "Citadels of privilege: the rise of LLCs, LPs and the perpetuation of elite power in America", Economy & Society, Published Online 25th September.
- 2019 (with Tim Bartley, Carl Gershenson), "Power at a distance: Organizational power across boundaries", Sociology Compass, First published 10th September.
- 2017 (with Michael Nau), "Income precarity and the financial crisis", Socio-Economic Review, 21th June.
- 2015, "Why do firms financialize? Meso-level evidence from the US apparel and footwear industry, 1991–2005", Socio-Economic Review, vol. 13, n° 3, p. 549-573.
Comptes-rendus de lecture - Reviews
- 2019, "A Turbulent Decade. About: Adam Tooze, Crashed. How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World, Penguin", Books & Ideas, 18 February.