Ivaylo PETEV

Grade : Chargé de recherche


Bureau:
L2
Timbre:
J350
Lieu:
(MK3)
Labo:
LSQ

Téléphone : 0175603519

Mail : ivaylo.petev[arrowbase]ensae.fr

ResearchEducationJobsPublicationsTeachingWork in progressLinks

Research Interests

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Social Inequality; Consumption & Lifestyles; Economic Sociology; Quantitative Methods; Historical & Comparative Sociology.


Biography

Education

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2011       Ph.D. in SociologyStanford University

2004       M.A. in Sociology, OSCSciences Po

2003       B.A. in International Politics and EconomicsMiddlebury College


Jobs

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2014-                Junior Researcher CNRS

2013-14           Assistant Professor in Sociology, CREST-ENSAE, GENES

2013                 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, OSC, Sciences Po Paris

2012                 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, LSQ, CREST-GRECSTA, GENES

2011                 Research Assistant, OSC, Sciences Po Paris

2010-12           Lecturer, Sciences Po Paris

2008-9             Doctoral Fellow, LSQ, CREST, GENES

2008-9, 2012  Lecturer, ENSAE



Publications

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“Cultural Distinction and Material Consumption. The Case of Cars in Contemporary France.” In Philippe Coulangeon and Julien Duval (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Bourdieu’s ‘Distinction’. Routledge, 2014. (with Philippe Coulangeon and Yoann Demoli)

“The Association of Social Class and Lifestyles: Persistence in American Sociability, 1974 to 2010.” American Sociological Review 78(4): 633-661, 2013.

“L’Equipement automobile, entre contrainte et distinction sociale.” Economie et Statistique 457-458: 97-122, 2013. (with Philippe Coulangeon)

Consumption in the Great Recession. Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, 2012. (with Luigi Pistaferri)

“Consumption and the Great Recession: Analysis of Trends, Perceptions, and Distributional Effects.” In David B. Grusky, Bruce Western and Christopher Wimer (eds.) The Great Recession. Russell Sage: 161-95, 2011. (with Luigi Pistaferri and Itay Saporta-Eksten)

“Omnivores Without Borders: Two Readings on Distinction in Contemporary Cultures.” European Sociological Review 27(4): 548-554, 2011.

“Abstention et conflit interethnique en Europe du Sud-est.” In Dominique Reynié (ed.) Les Européens en 2003. Odile Jacob: 249-273, 2003.

“Le Tropisme électoral bulgare.” Synthèses de la Fondation Robert Schuman 114, 2003.



Teaching

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GRADUATE COURSES:

2014-      Séminaire de sociologie quantitative (ENSAE, SocStat)

2012       The Social Consequences of the Recession (ENSAE)

2010-12  Statistical Reasoning and Quantitative Methods (Sciences Po Paris)

2010       Quantitative Sociology (Sciences Po Paris)

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:

2012-13  The Social Consequences of the Recession (Sciences Po Paris)

2012       Introduction to Data Analysis with R (Sciences Po Paris)

2011       Empirical Sociology of Inequality (Sciences Po Paris)

2008-9    Statistiques appliquées (ENSAE)


Work in progress

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“The Cash Nexus Debunked: An Analysis of the Stratification of American Postwar Spending.” (R&R, American Journal of Sociology)

“From Intention to Action: The Social Factors of Environmental Concern in Europe.” (with Philippe Coulangeon)

“L’évolution de la distinction sociale dans l’empreinte carbone des pratiques de transport des ménages français, 1981-2008.” (with Philippe Coulangeon)

“La Face sociologique de la marchandisation: Une analyse de la stratification des modes de dépense en France.”

“Measuring Social Structures: An Analytical Framework, A Statistical Method and Three Empirical Examples.”


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