Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology at Utrecht University
Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Science at Utrecht University
Yerkes research centers on the two broad themes of comparative social policy and social inequalities. In relation to social policy, Yerkes researches comparative welfare states, industrial relations and citizenship regimes. In relation to social inequalities, Yerkes’ research interests include inequalities related to work, care, communities and families, in particular in relation to gender, generations, and sexuality.
Professor at Arizona State University
Gaughan earned a master’s degree and doctorate in sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Her research focuses on the training, distribution, and migration of scientists and engineers in the global knowledge system. She has a particular interest in the U.S. science system and its relationship to other science systems.
Associate Professor of Strategy and Innovation at Copenhagen Business School and Research Scientist at the MIT Innovation Initiative
Associate professor, munk school of global affairs and public policy
Breznitz is an economic geographer, specializes in innovation, technology commercialization, and regional economic development.
Her research is at the critical intersection of theory and policy to fit the new realities of globalization.
Full Professor of Sociology at the University of Barcelona and Director of CREA (Community of Researchers on Excellence for All)
Soler is President of the ESA (European Sociological Association). She obtained her PhD from Harvard University in 2001
Her research focuses on the analysis of communicative acts, as applied to gender inequalities and gender violence.