Global Urbanism, Urban Governance, Political-Economy and Global Development, Quantitative and Comparative-Historical Methods, and Housing and the Courts.
Daniel Pasciuti is a comparative-historical and urban sociologist. His research interests include (1) contemporary and historical processes of urbanization and urban development, (2) global inequality, social change and development, and (3) contemporary issues of governance and (re)organization of the cities (e.g. questions on the devolution of governance structures and the interaction between government organizations, private investment, civil society, and individual citizens). I use a combination of quantitative and comparative-historical methods in understanding the interrelationship in which changes in the global political economy affect the conditions and possibilities at the local levels.