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Research Biography

I am sociologist of cultural production and urban cultural economies, which is informed to various degrees by urban governance and the socio-spatial (historical) backdrop of institutional political economy. I am currently working on a monograph for Routledge titled €œCultural entrepreneurs in the age of austerity: remaking the new petit bourgeoisie'.

Research Interests

My research interests reside in the broad area of state-economy-society relations and theorising these from different sociological traditions. Substantive areas of research include soicology of cultural production, cultural work and identity, and governance. Theoretical frames draw on Polanyi, actor-network theory, and Bourdieu. Methods include qualitative data collection and analysis, and social network analysis.

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Research Output

El “lado oscuro“ de la gobernanza del uso de suelo: Las narrativas espacio-temporales y la neutralización del riesgo ambiental

Translated title of the contribution: The "dark side" of land use governance: Space-time narratives and environmental risk neutralizationScott, M., Dec 2019, In : Revista de Geografia Norte Grande. 74, p. 21-37 17 p.

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  • 2 Citations (Scopus)
  • 'Pop-up Polanyi: Cultural entrepreneurs and the 'vacancy fix'

    Scott, M. & Szili, G., 2017, In : City, Culture and Society. 14, p. 22-27 6 p.

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  • 5 Citations (Scopus)