INNOVATION AND ORGANIZATION
- Seminar “Rhythm-analysing social entrepreneurship : spatio-temporal practices of reproduction, enclaves and intervention”
Dr. Pascal Dey is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Business Ethics.
"Wandering includes the risk of error and distraction. Where are you going? I don’t know. Where are you coming from? I try not to remember. Through where do you pass? Everywhere and through as many places as possible ..." (Michel Serres: The Troubadour of Knowledge, 2000, p. 98)
Pascal Dey received a MA in Psychology from the University of Bern, and a PhD in Sociology from the University of Basel. In his interdisciplinary research on social entrepreneurship, he has focused particularly on the interplay between discourse, power and identity, thus inquiring both the limiting effects of hegemonic discourse as well as how practitioners’ counter-conducts alter existing power relations. Pascal Dey’s most recent interest lies in the Sociology of Flows which he invokes to conceptualise social innovation and change as the result of distinct socio-material (re)assemblings.