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SASE Executive Council

I am happy to have been nominated as a candidate for the SASE Executive Council. The election for the Executive Council is currently underway.

A SASE member of more than 10 years, I am excited about the opportunity to join the Executive Council. My own interdisciplinary research interests make me particularly well-suited to represent colleagues working on new approaches to economic sociology and political economy, including junior and emerging scholars. If elected, I look forward to supporting new collaborations between research networks. As our profession is rethinking its strong reliance on face-to-face meetings for scholarly exchanges, I’m also interested in developing new and inclusive ways in which our members can engage with or participate in SASE, including online. Finally, I would like to support ongoing efforts to greening the organization and exploring new ways for SASE to thrive in the coming years.

If you are a SASE member, you can vote for the Executive Council here.

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