Re imagining economic sociology edited by patrik aspers and nigel dodd chapters by leading scholars in europe and the us in the many fields of economic sociology. The book covers main traditions and issues representing economic sociology on both sides of the atlantic it is organized around three key themes creating economic futures consolidating economic structures and enacting economic relations re imagining economic sociology 2 re imagining capitalist dynamics jens beckert 3 utopianism . The editors of re imagining economic sociology associate the rise of the field with the historical re invention of economic sociology as the new economic sociology pp 9 13 the title suggests a process of re invention that is still ongoing but has so far in contrast to the rapid uncoupling of science and technology studies from the . What kind of re imagining does economic sociology need neil fligstein this paper appears in patrik aspers and nigel dodd ed re imagining economic sociology oxford eng oxford university press 2015 pp 301 316 we are now almost 35 years into the era of modern economic sociology if one. The purpose of this book is to explore new developments in the field of economic sociology it contains cutting edge theoretical discussions by some of the worlds leading economic sociologists with chapters on topics such as the economic convention relational sociology economic identity economy and law economic networks and institutions
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