Daniel Beunza is Associate Professor of Management at Cass Business School
- PhD, New York University, United States, Sep 1997 – May 2003
- Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Sep 2017 – Aug 2018
- Assistant Professor, London School of Economics/ Management, Sep 2009 – Jul 2018
- Assistant Professor, Columbia Business School, Aug 2006 – Aug 2009
Memberships of committees
- Chair, Academic Network, Principles of Responsible Investment, Sep 2015 – Sep 2017
- Organization Theory
- Voluntary Sector Management
- financial services
- Americas - North
- Europe - Western
- Stark, D., Beunza, D., Girard, M. and Lukács, J. (2011). The sense of dissonance: Accounts of worth in economic life. ISBN 978-0-691-15248-6.
- Beunza, D. and Stark, D. (2005). Resolving identities: Successive crises in a trading room after 9/11. Wounded City: The Social Impact of 9/11 (pp. 293–320). ISBN 978-0-87154-264-9.
- Beunza, D. and Stark, D. (2007). Distributed calculation: Mechanisms of risk arbitrage in a world of uncertainty.
Journal articles (16)
- Ferraro, F. and Beunza, D. (2019). Creating common ground: A communicative action model of dialogue in shareholder engagement. Organization Science, 29(6), pp. 1187–1207. doi:10.1287/orsc.2018.1226.
- Beunza, D. and Ferraro, F. (2018). Performative Work: Bridging Performativity and Institutional Theory in the Responsible Investment Field. Organization Studies. doi:10.1177/0170840617747917.
- Castelle, M., Millo, Y., Beunza, D. and Lubin, D.C. (2016). Where do electronic markets come from? Regulation and the transformation of financial exchanges. Economy and Society, 45(2), pp. 166–200. doi:10.1080/03085147.2016.1213985.
- Beunza, D. and Stark, D. (2016). From dissonance to resonance: Cognitive interdependence in quantitative finance. Ekonomicheskaya Sotsiologiya, 17(2), pp. 50–87. doi:10.17323/1726-3247-2016-2-50-87.
- Beunza, D. (2014). Money at Work: On the Job with Priests, Poker Players, and Hedge Fund Traders. By Robert Delaney. New York: New York University Press, 2012. Pp. viii+271. $35.00. American Journal of Sociology, 119(5), pp. 1498–1500. doi:10.1086/674713.
- Beunza, D. and Stark, D. (2012). From dissonance to resonance: Cognitive interdependence in quantitative finance. Economy and Society, 41(3), pp. 383–417. doi:10.1080/03085147.2011.638155.
- MacKenzie, D., Beunza, D., Millo, Y. and Pardo-Guerra, J.P. (2012). DRILLING THROUGH THE ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS: Liquidity, materiality and high-frequency trading. Journal of Cultural Economy, 5(3), pp. 279–296. doi:10.1080/17530350.2012.674963.
- MacKenzie, D., Beunza, D., Millo, Y. and Pardo-Guerra, J.P. (2012). DRILLING THROUGH THE ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS. Journal of Cultural Economy, 5(3), pp. 279–296.
- Beunza, D. (2008). REVIEW ESSAY. Journal of Cultural Economy, 1(1), pp. 93–100.
- Beunza, D. (2007). In praise of ambiguity: a commentary on exaptation. European Management Review, 4(3), pp. 157–159. doi:10.1057/palgrave.emr.1500087.
- Beunza, D. and Garud, R. (2007). Calculators, lemmings or frame-makers? The intermediary role of securities analysts. Sociological Review, 55(SUPPL. 2), pp. 13–39. doi:10.1111/j.1467-954X.2007.00728.x.
- Beunza, D., Hardie, I. and MacKenzie, D. (2006). Peripheral vision a price is a social thing: Towards a material sociology of arbitrage. Organization Studies, 27(5), pp. 721–745. doi:10.1177/0170840606065923.
- Beunza, D. (2006). New artistic engagements with the capital markets. economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter, 7(3), pp. 29–33.
- Beunza, D. and Stark, D. (2004). Tools of the trade: The socio-technology of arbitrage in a Wall Street trading room. Industrial and Corporate Change, 13(2), pp. 369–400.
- Beunza, D. and Stark, D. (2003). Tools of the trade the socio-technology of arbitrage in a wall street trading room. Reseaux, 122(6), pp. 63–109.
- Beunza, D. and Stark, D. (2003). Dopo l'11 settembre: innovazione e ripresa nelle "trading room" di Wall Street. Stato e Mercato, (68), pp. 185–215. doi:10.1425/9551.
Scholarly editions (2)
- Pardo-Guerra, J.P., Beunza, D., Millo, Y. and MacKenzie, D. (2010). Impersonal efficiency and the dangers of a fully automated securities exchange.
- Beunza, D. and Millo, Y. Blended automation: integrating algorithms on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
- Banking Standards Board (Private Sector) (Sep 2016 – Dec 2017)
Training executive members of the BSB in ethnographic research methods to understand organizational culture in banks and financial organisations. Also: advisory role in the use of grounded theory to analyse open-ended responses in BSB member surveys, focus groups, and interviews