Dustin Voss is a PhD candidate in Political Economy of Europe, working on the variegated strategies of European political parties in generating macroeconomic growth since the end of Fordism.
His research interests include comparative political economy, the politics of growth models, financialisation, and the relationship of democracy and capitalism.
Recently, Dustin published his first book titled Money: A Theory of Modern Society (Routledge), co-authored with Nico Stehr. The book is also available in German with Velbrück publishers.
Dustin holds an MSc in Political Economy of Europe (with distinction) from the LSE as well as a BA in Sociology, Politics and Economics from Zeppelin University (Germany). He teaches LSE courses on the Political Economy of Advanced Nations and Power and Politics in the Modern World. In addition, Dustin works as research assistant at the European Institute and is the managing editor of and regular contributor to the LSE NETUF blog.
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