Prof. Dr. Pascal Dey Prof. Dr. Pascal Dey is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Business Ethics. "Wandering includes the risk of error and distraction. Where are you going? I don’t know. Where are you coming from? I try not to remember. Through where do you pass? Everywhere and through as many places as possible ..." (Michel Serres: The Troubadour of Knowledge, 2000, p. 98) Pascal Dey received a licentiate in Psychology from the University of Bern, and a PhD in Sociology from the University of Basel. Since his dissertation Dey’s research has revolved around the interface between entrepreneurship, society and politics. His interdisciplinary research - which draws on various (critical) sociological and philosophical theories - focuses on questions of power, resistance and radical transformation. Pascal Dey is currently involved in various research projects. With Florian Wettstein (IWE-HSG), he deals with questions pertaining to justice and change in the Swiss commodity sector. With Simon Teasdale (Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland), he examines the societal impact of political programs and policies on ‘social entrepreneurship’. The research with Chris Mason (Swinburne University, Australia) deals with paradigmatic questions in entrepreneurship research as well as with the question of how entrepreneurial processes change our collective imagination. With Pam Seanor (UWE Bristol, England), he examines the impact of sustainability initiatives such as the "European Green Capital" on the experience of urban spaces. With Karen Verduyn (Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) and Denise Fletcher (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg), he deals with the ‘critical turn’ in entrepreneurship research. With Laurent Marti, he examines entrepreneurial processes from the perspective of space-time, stigma and actor networks. The research with Mikko Laamanen (Grenoble Ecole de Management, France) focuses on the intersection of entrepreneurship and ‘commons’-based co-creation. Pascal Dey has gained extensive practical experience as a consultant in such areas as sustainability, strategy and organizational change, and as a co-founder of a sustainable food enterprise. Since 2017, he has been an Associate Professor at the People, Organizations and Society department of the Grenoble Ecole de Management in France.