Social stratification and power, property ownership and business organisation; theory and its history in sociology, early British sociology; social network analysis, research methodology, the use of documents in social research.
About this Fellow
Financial Economics; corporate finance, asset pricing, financial innovation, comparative financial systems, financial crises, and financial regulation
- Professor of Finance and Economics and Director, Brevan Howard Centre, Imperial College London
Entrepreneurial ownership mobility and finance in developed and emerging economies, encompassing management buyout and private equity, academic spin-offs and venture capital, returnee entrepreneurs, family firms, initial public offerings, business angels
Public management, both in the UK and internationally, with special reference to the health care and higher education sectors and focussing on narratives of public management reform
Accounting, auditing and organisations; sociology of quantification and valuation; the practice of regulation and risk management; risk cultures and corporate governance