Ariel Wilkis

by JCE February 8, 2015

Ariel Wilkis (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1976) is researcher and co-director at the Centro de Estudios Sociales de la Economía (Universidad de San Martin). He received a Ph.D. in sociology from Ecole Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris). His areas of interest are economic sociology, sociology of money and the history of sociology. He has published several articles about the morality of the uses of money and finance in the lower classes at Buenos Aires. His most recently book is Las sospechas del dinero. Moral y economía en la vida popular (Editorial Paidos, Buenos Aires, 2013). He is now working on a book about the uses and meanings of the U.S. Dollar in Argentina’s economy.