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Review of Social Economy

1997 - 2018

Current editor(s): Wilfred Dolfsma and John Davis

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Volume 76, issue 3, 2018

Political entrepreneurship, emergent dynamics, and constitutional politics pp. 281-301 Downloads
Alexander William Salter and Richard E. Wagner
Robots and us: towards an economics of the ‘Good Life’ pp. 302-334 Downloads
C. W. M. Naastepad and Jesse M. Mulder
Political markets? Politics and economics in the emergence of markets for biodiversity offsets pp. 335-351 Downloads
Carlos Ferreira and Jennifer Ferreira
The quandaries of social entrepreneurship studies – a discursive review of the discipline pp. 352-376 Downloads
Katarzyna Cieslik
Is UK economics teaching changing? Evaluating the new subject benchmark statement pp. 377-396 Downloads
Andrew Mearman, Danielle Guizzo and Sebastian Berger

Volume 76, issue 2, 2018

What we could have learned from the New Deal in dealing with the recent global recession* pp. 147-166 Downloads
Jan Kregel
Dynamics of social networks of urban informal entrepreneurs in an African economy pp. 167-197 Downloads
Jean-Philippe Berrou and Claire Gondard-Delcroix
Formal and informal norms: their relationships in society and in the economic sphere pp. 198-226 Downloads
Stefano Fiori
The generational perspective of gender gap in wages and education in southern Europe pp. 227-258 Downloads
Rosalia Castellano, Gennaro Punzo and Antonella Rocca
Demand for different types of public goods: evidence from Nigeria pp. 259-279 Downloads
Alisha A. Kim and Jonas B. Bunte

Volume 76, issue 1, 2018

Metaphors, social practices, and economic life: ASE presidential address pp. 1-18 Downloads
Ellen Mutari
Trust, cultural norms and financial institutions in rural communities: the case of Cameroon pp. 19-42 Downloads
Nathanael Ojong
Developing business ethics theory and integrating economic analysis into business ethics teaching – a conceptualization based on externalities and diminishing marginal utility pp. 43-72 Downloads
Norbert Hirschauer, Antje Jantsch and Oliver Musshoff
Incorporating research findings in the economics syllabus: evidence on genuine sociality from Italy and the UK pp. 73-94 Downloads
Gherardo Girardi and Luca Sandonà
Money and the emergence of knowledge in society pp. 95-118 Downloads
Pablo Paniagua
Friendship, not altruism: an economic theory with cross-cultural applications pp. 119-145 Downloads
Amy Farmer and Raja Kali

Volume 75, issue 4, 2017

Kari Polanyi Levitt on Karl Polanyi and the economy as a social construct pp. 389-399 Downloads
Kari Polanyi Levitt
Keynes’s liquidity preference and the usury doctrine: their connection and continuing policy relevance pp. 400-416 Downloads
Mark Hayes
The social economy of coworking spaces: a focal point model of coordination pp. 417-433 Downloads
Julian Waters-Lynch and Jason Potts
Trust as belief or behavior? pp. 434-453 Downloads
Jon Reiersen
Crime deterrence role of Romanian churches pp. 454-467 Downloads
Nicolae Stef
Evaluating the participation of an ethnic minority group in informal employment: a product of exit or exclusion? pp. 468-488 Downloads
Muhammad Shehryar Shahid, Peter Rodgers and Colin Williams
Revisiting sacrifice and stigma: Why older churches become more liberal pp. 489-509 Downloads
Maryam Dilmaghani
A stable climate or economic growth? pp. 510-522 Downloads
Emily Northrop
Civic participation of secular groups in Canada pp. 523-543 Downloads
Maryam Dilmaghani

Volume 75, issue 3, 2017

Global value chains and smallholders in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 251-254 Downloads
Clemens Lutz and Matthias Olthaar
Managing the transition to sustainable supply chain management practices: Evidence from Dutch leader firms in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 255-279 Downloads
Anne van Lakerveld and Rob van Tulder
Global value chains in Africa and development of opportunities by poor landholders pp. 280-295 Downloads
Jacob A. L. Vermeire, Garry D. Bruton and Li Cai
Quality upgrading in Ethiopian dairy value chains: dovetailing upstream and downstream perspectives pp. 296-317 Downloads
Ruerd Ruben, Alemayehu Dekeba Bekele and Birhanu Megersa Lenjiso
African farmers’ market organizations and global value chains: competitiveness versus inclusiveness pp. 318-338 Downloads
Clemens Lutz and Getaw Tadesse
Deploying strategic resources: comparing members of farmer cooperatives to non-members in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 339-370 Downloads
Matthias Olthaar and Florian Noseleit
Strategic intent and the strategic position of smallholders: a case study of a smallholders’ organization in the Ghanaian cocoa industry pp. 371-387 Downloads
Alle Metzlar

Volume 75, issue 2, 2017

Polanyi’s ‘substantive approach’ to the economy in action? Conceptualising social enterprise as a public health ‘intervention’ pp. 89-111 Downloads
Michael J. Roy and Michelle T. Hackett
Formal volunteering and self-perceived health. Causal evidence from the UK-SILC pp. 112-138 Downloads
Damiano Fiorillo and Nunzia Nappo
Income and religion: a heterogeneous panel data analysis pp. 139-158 Downloads
Tiago Sequeira, Ricardo Viegas and Alexandra Lopes
Sexual identity and the lesbian earnings differential in the U.S pp. 159-180 Downloads
Michael Martell and Mary Eschelbach Hansen
Non-monetary poverty in Togo: a multidimensional approach pp. 181-211 Downloads
Yawo Noglo
Social cooperatives, social welfare associations and social networks pp. 212-230 Downloads
Giacomo Degli Antoni and Fabio Sabatini
House arrest: the effects of underwater and low-equity mortgages on small business failure and mobility pp. 231-249 Downloads
Robert H. Scott and Steven Pressman

Volume 75, issue 1, 2017

Karl Polanyi on economy and society: a critical analysis of core concepts pp. 1-25 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson
Moderate prosperity, an adaptation of the middle class concept to a Malagasy rural area: the case of Itasy pp. 26-48 Downloads
Tsiry Andrianampiarivo
Religiosity and social trust: evidence from Canada pp. 49-75 Downloads
Maryam Dilmaghani
Crises and structural change in Australian agriculture pp. 76-87 Downloads
Stefan Mann, Benoit Freyens and Huong Dinh

Volume 74, issue 4, 2016

Editorial Board pp. (ebi)-(ebi) Downloads
The Editors
An economic agent in my brain? A critical analysis of multiple-self models in neuroeconomics pp. 329-348 Downloads
Marco Stimolo
Agency theory and social interactions at work pp. 349-368 Downloads
Helena Lopes
Economics for substantive democracy pp. 369-389 Downloads
Manuel Couret Branco
Marketising the commons in Africa: the case of Ghana pp. 390-419 Downloads
Franklin Obeng-Odoom
Capabilities, human development, and design thinking: a framework for gender-sensitive entrepreneurship programs pp. 420-430 Downloads
Tonia Warnecke

Volume 74, issue 3, 2016

Economics still needs philosophy pp. 229-247 Downloads
Martha C. Nussbaum
Active ageing beyond the labour market: evidence on the role of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards at work pp. 248-274 Downloads
Catherine Pollak and Nicolas Sirven
Reconciling economics with naturalist ethical theory pp. 275-297 Downloads
Bana Bashour and Ramzi Mabsout
Turning values concrete: the role and ways of business selection in local currency schemes pp. 298-319 Downloads
Jerome Blanc and Marie Fare
From free to civilized trade: a European perspective pp. 320-328 Downloads
Jakob Kapeller, Bernhard Schütz and Dennis Tamesberger

Volume 74, issue 2, 2016

A Pathway Forwards for the Social Capital Metaphor pp. 109-128 Downloads
William McClain
Business ethics and a faith-inspired solution to the problem of economism pp. 129-147 Downloads
Thomas More Garrett
“Big Man” politics in the social economy: a case study of microfinance in Kingston, Jamaica pp. 148-171 Downloads
Caroline Shenaz Hossein
Assessing the socio-economic dimensions of the rise of organic farming in the European Union pp. 172-193 Downloads
Charalampos Konstantinidis
Sticky Norms, Endogenous Preferences, and Shareable Goods pp. 194-214 Downloads
Anders Fremstad
‘Medical altruism in mainstream health economics: theoretical and political paradoxes’ comments pp. 215-221 Downloads
Edward J. O’Boyle and Meade P. O’Boyle
Is physician behavior too serious a business to be left to economics? Reply to medical altruism in mainstream health economics: theoretical and political paradoxes pp. 222-227 Downloads
Philippe Batifoulier and Nicolas Da Silva

Volume 74, issue 1, 2016

Scientific misconduct and research ethics in economics: an introduction pp. 1-6 Downloads
Altuğ Yalçıntaş and James R. Wible
Scientific misconduct and the responsible conduct of research in science and economics pp. 7-32 Downloads
James R. Wible
A discipline-relevant conceptual framework for research ethics review in economic sciences pp. 33-52 Downloads
M. van Heerden, R.G. Visagie and J.S. Wessels
Research Ethics Education in Economics pp. 53-74 Downloads
Altuğ Yalçıntaş and Isil Selcuk
Serving as a referee for your own paper: A dream come true or…? pp. 75-82 Downloads
Serdar Sayan
Statistical significance and scientific misconduct: improving the style of the published research paper pp. 83-97 Downloads
Stephen T. Ziliak
Why do scientists cheat? Insights from behavioral economics pp. 98-108 Downloads
Sarah Necker
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