unpacking the crisis: un(der)employment, entrepreneurship, participation and resistance

Dr Lucía Sell-Trujillo

Lucia Sell-Trujillo is a researcher and lecturer at EUSA (University of Seville), Spain. Previously, she worked in research and innovation policy at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and Spain’s national research council (Consejo Superior de Investigación Científica), as well as in employment policy at the UK’s Department of Trade and Industry. She has also researched about perceptions of pay fairness, employee’s attitudes towards pay determination and the discursive representations of executive pay and wage inequality. She holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and a MSc and PhD in Social Psychology from the London School of Economics. Her doctoral thesis explored the social practice of relating as conocidos (roughly acquaintances) in a closed Spanish community. Her current research interests are the social psychological aspects of long-term unemployment, the challenges and social construction of citizenship and the social and relational aspects of gender. She can be contacted at Luciasell@us.es.

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