Beunza, Daniel


Dr Daniel Beunza  

Department

Position held

Department of Management

Assistant Professor of Management

Non LSE positions held

Department

Position held

Columbia Business School

Assistant Professor

Experience keywords:

organization theory; sociology of finance; management; leadership; social studies of finance

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

Financial Services

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Spain; USA; UK

Languages:

Spanish [Spoken: Fluent, Written: Fluent]

Media experience:

Has written for mainstream pressTV

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7106 1146

Alt email:

d.beunza@lse.ac.uk

Publications

LSE Research Online, Funnelback Search

2014

Ferraro, Fabrizio and Beunza, Daniel (2014) Why talk? A process of model of dialogue in shareholder engagement Working paper series, Social Science Research Network (SSRN), London, UK.

2013

Beunza, Daniel and Millo, Yuval (2013) Folding: integrating algorithms into the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Working paper series, Social Science Research Network (SSRN), London, UK.

2012

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2012) Seeing through the eyes of others: dissonance within and across trading rooms In: Knorr Cetina , Karin and Preda, Alex, (eds.) Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Finance. Oxford handbooks in business and management. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 203-222. ISBN 9780199590162

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2012) From dissonance to resonance: cognitive interdependence in quantitative finance Economy and Society, 41 (3). 383-417. ISSN 1469-5766

MacKenzie, Donald and Beunza, Daniel and Millo, Yuval and Pardo-Guerra, Juan Pablo (2012) Drilling through the Allegheny mountains: liquidity, materiality and high-frequency trading Journal of Cultural Economy, 5 (3). 279-296. ISSN 1753-0350

2010

Pardo-Guerra, Juan Pablo and Beunza, Daniel and Millo, Yuval and MacKenzie, Donald (2010) Impersonal efficiency and the dangers of a fully automated securities exchange Foresight driver review, DR11. Foresight, London, UK.

2008

MacKenzie, Donald and Beunza, Daniel and Hardie, Iain (2008) A price is a social thing: towards a material sociology of arbitrage In: Beckert, Jens and Diaz-Bone, Rainer and Ganßmann, Heiner, (eds.) Material Markets: How Economic Agents Are Constructed. Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 85-109. ISBN 9780199278152

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2008) Tools of the trade: the socio-technology of arbitrage in a Wall Street trading room In: Pinch, Trevor and Swedberg, Richard, (eds.) Living in a Material World: Economic Sociology Meets Science and Technology Studies. Inside technology. MIT Press, Cambridge, USA, 253-290. ISBN 9780262662079

2007

Beunza, Daniel and Garud, Raghu (2007) Calculators, lemmings or frame-makers? the intermediary role of securities analysts The Sociological Review, 55 (s2). 13-39. ISSN 0038-0261

MacKenzie, Donald and Beunza, Daniel and Hardie, Iain (2007) Die Materiale Soziologie der Arbitrage In: Beckert, Jens and Diaz-Bone, Rainer and Ganßmann, Heiner, (eds.) Märkte Als Soziale Strukturen (Theorie und Gesellschaft). Campus Verlag, Frankfurt, Germany, 135-150. ISBN 9783593384719

2006

Beunza, Daniel (2006) New artistic engagements with the capital markets Economic Sociology_the European Electronic Newsletter, 7 (3). 29-33. ISSN 1871-3351

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2006) How to recognize opportunities: heterarchical search in a trading room In: Knorr Cetina, Karin and Preda, Alex, (eds.) Sociology of Financial Markets. Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 84-101. ISBN 9780199275595

Beunza, Daniel and Hardie, Iain and MacKenzie, Donald (2006) A price is a social thing: towards a material sociology of arbitrage Organization Studies, 27 (5). 721-745. ISSN 1741-3044

2005

Beunza, Daniel and Muniesa, Fabian (2005) Listening to the spread plot In: Latour, Bruno and Weibel, Peter, (eds.) Making Things Public: Atmospheres of Democracy. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 628-633. ISBN 9780262122795

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2005) Resolving identities: successive crises in a trading room after 9/11 In: Foner, Nancy, (ed.) Wounded City: the Social Impact of 9/11. September 11 Initiative. Russell Sage Foundation, New York, USA, 293-320. ISBN 9780871542717

2004

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2004) La organización de la respuesta: innovación y recuperación en las salas de operaciones financieras del Bajo Manhattan Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 107. 89-102. ISSN 0392-9701

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2004) Tools of the trade: the socio-technology of arbitrage in a Wall Street trading room Industrial and Corporate Change, 13 (2). 369-400. ISSN 0960-6491

2003

Stark, David and Beunza, Daniel (2003) Outils de marché: socio-technologie de l’arbitrage dans une salle de marché à Wall Street Reseaux, 2 (122). 63-109. ISSN 0751-7971

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2003) Organiser la réactivité : innovation et reconstruction dans les salles de marché du Lower Manhattan Politix: Revue des Sciences Sociales du Politique, 14 (63). 171-196. ISSN 1953-8286

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2003) Dopo l'11 settembre: innovazione e ripresa nelle trading room di Wall Street Stato e Mercato: Quadrimestrale di Analisi Dei Meccanismi e Delle Istituzioni Sociali, Politiche ed economiche , 68 (2). 185-216. ISSN 0392-9701

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2003) The organization of responsiveness: innovation and recovery in the trading rooms of Lower Manhattan Socio-Economic Review, 1 (2). 135-164. ISSN 1475-1461

2001

Beunza, Daniel and Stark, David (2001) Trading sites - destroyed, revealed, restored September 11: Perspectives From the Social Sciences (1 January 2001) other


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