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Marc Michael

Director of Graduate Studies/Faculty Fellow ;


Marc Michael's research looks at banks as disciplinary institutions, their effects on socio-political organization, on individual behaviors, as well as their theoretical and institutional contribution to the emergence of capitalism. Combining qualitative and quantitative research methods with a historical comparative approach, it focuses on the case study of microfinance in Egypt from the perspective of global financial inclusion. Beyond banking, Marc also has developed a keen interest in the sociology of gender, political economy, post-colonial theory, public health, and the history of social and economic ideas.

Updated on 09/28/2016