Olivier Godechot

Sociology

Olivier  Godechot (affiliated member)

Olivier Godechot (affiliated member)

Professor of Sociology and Co-Director at the Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies, Paris
Candidates who are interested in working with Olivier Godechot should apply directly for a doctoral position at MaxPo (Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies) in Paris.

Olivier Godechot is an economic sociologist interested in the study of labor markets, especially finance and academic labor markets, as a means to understand the development of unequal exchange relations at work and their impact on the dynamics of inequality. He has studied the division of labor and ordinary rationalities in a trading room and compensation mechanisms in the financial industry. Extending his interest in labor markets to academia, he has also examined university hiring, in particular the impact of networks on recruitment. He has published four books on wages, finance, labor markets, and traders. Candidates with research projects on finance, academia, labor markets, or inequalities are invited to apply. 

Open PhD positions at MaxPo will be announced here. Information on our cotutelle program is available here.

 
Research Fields:

  • Labor markets in finance and academia
  • Dynamics of inequality
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