Shana Cohen

Chercheur à Cambridge University, elle a étudié le développement international à Princeton et de sociologie à l'université de Berkeley.Sa thèse analyse la transformation de la classe moyenne au Maroc à partir d'une classe moyenne moderne plus dépendante de l'expansion de l'État et l'idéologie de la nation à une classe moyenne mondiale plus jeune aliéné de la notion d'un État-nation et attiré à la place de la placelessness de la mondialisation.Elle a combiné la recherche universitaire à la pratique, l'analyse de la politique sociale et changement social au Maroc tout en travaillant sur la conception d'évaluation et de projets avec des organisations caritatives et des ONG au Maroc, en Inde, en Angleterre et aux États-Unis.Publications2012: “Making Public Service Management More Social: Re-thinking public health services in Morocco,” Special Issue of Public Management Review, edited by Willy McCourt and Richard Batley.2012: Who is Responsible for the Poor?  NYC, NY: Rowman and Littlefield Press2011: ‘Rediscovering the Social Imperative in Managing Public and Non-profit Social Services in Morocco’, Special issue of Philosophy of Management on management in Africa, edited by David Lutz and Peter John Opio.2011: With Bob Deacon. “What Role for the Middle Classes in Global Social Policies on Poverty?” Special issue of Global Social Policy, edited by Asun St Clair and Havard Haarstard.2010: “What is the relationship between migration and social development?” Migration in the Arab World,Washington, DC: Middle East Institute. 2011: The Sociological Alternative to Policy and Practice. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.2007: (With Nasreen Akhtar). “Promoting Social Investment in Sustainability,” The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic, and Social Sustainability, Vol. 3, No. 1.2007: “A New Meaning for the Wandering Jew,” in Susan Ossman (ed.) Places We Share, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.2006: With Larabi Jaïdi. Morocco: Globalization and its Consequences.  NYC, NY: Routledge Press (for the series ‘Mapping the Global Spaces’). 2004: Searching for a Different Future: Market Reform and the Transformation of the Middle Class inMorocco. Duke University Press. 2004: “The Moroccan Subject in a Globalising World,” Thesis Eleven, No. 78, No. 1, August 2004, pp. 28-45.2003: “Alienation and Globalization in Morocco: Addressing the Social and Political Impact of Market Integration,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 168 - 189.