Marcos Gonzalez Hernando is a recent doctoral graduate and Affiliated Researcher at the University of Cambridge, and Senior Researcher at Think Tank for Action on Social Change (FEPS-TASC). He has experience teaching research methods and social theory at the University of Cambridge, City, University of London, and Universidad de Chile, and his research interests lie in the sociology of knowledge, particularly in what concerns experts, political elites and intellectual and policy change. His doctoral dissertation focused on the effects of the 2008 global financial crisis on British think tanks, and his current research examines the composition, attitudes towards inequality and solidarity and conduits for political participation of the top 10 per cent of the income and wealth distribution in Ireland, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
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