Ph.D. – New York University 2019
Erez is an economic sociologist who focuses on the relationship between historical transformations and interactions among economic actors. His work is motivated by two central questions: 1) How do markets and industries change? and 2) How are economic actors, such as organizations and workers, are influenced by political, cultural, and structural transformations? In his research, he combines theoretical insights from sociology, organizational theory, and economics, and relies on a triangulation of research methods: archival data, network and text analysis, interviews, and longitudinal data modeling.