Daniel Maman is Associate Professor, Department of Sociology & Anthropology at Ben Gurion University, Israel.
My fields of interests include economic sociology, sociology of finance, comparative political economy, and institutional change. Among my books are: The Military, State and Society in Israel: Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (co-editor with Eyal Ben-Ari and Zeev Rosenhek, Transaction Publishers, 2001); and The Israeli Central Bank: Political Economy, Global Logics and Local Actors (co-author with Zeev Rosenhek, Routledge, 2011). I also published in leading journals, including Socio-Economic Review, Review of International Political Economy, Organization Studies, British Journal of Sociology and Journal of Cultural Economy. Currently I am studying the emergence and development of financial literacy in Israel.
I have been involved in SASE since 2009, and participated in SASE conferences in roles such as session chair and discussant. Serving on the Executive Council would be a great opportunity to contribute to further developing SASE as a key venue for researchers interested in economic sociology and finance and society.