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economic sociology. perspectives and conversations

1999 - 2021

Current editor(s): Sascha Münnich

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Volume 23, issue 1, 2021

Note from the editor: Economic sociology in Asia – from modernization to embeddedness pp. 1-4 Downloads
Cheris Shun-ching Chan
Economic sociology in China: Past and promises pp. 5-10 Downloads
Ping Fu and Dian Yang
Economic sociology in Japan pp. 11-18 Downloads
Tsutomu Nakano, Masaru Karube, Yoshimichi Sato and Naoki Wakabayashi
Economic sociology in Singapore: Meritocracy and the missing embeddedness pp. 19-22 Downloads
Vincent Chua
From an industrializing city to a global city: Hong Kong economic sociology's changing agenda pp. 23-27 Downloads
Tai-lok Lui
A brief review of the economic sociology of Taiwan's development pp. 28-33 Downloads
Zong-Rong Lee
Recent development of economic sociology in Korea pp. 34-38 Downloads
Kyungmin Baek

Volume 22, issue 3, 2021

Note from the editor: Climate change, capitalism, and growth pp. 1-3 Downloads
Anita Engels
A (rapid) climate audit of economic sociology pp. 4-9 Downloads
Ian Gray and Stephanie Barral
Growth, climate change, and the critique of neoclassical reason: New possibilities for economic sociology pp. 10-15 Downloads
Matthew Soener
Elephants in the room of climate-related research: Growth, post-growth, and capitalism pp. 16-20 Downloads
Milena Büchs and Anita Engels
Organizational (issue) field perspective on climate change pp. 21-29 Downloads
Achim Oberg, Lianne Lefsrud and Renate E. Meyer

Volume 22, issue 2, 2021

Note from the editor: Climate change and contested (economic) futures pp. 1-3 Downloads
Anita Engels
Studying a (contested/concerned) market in the making: Voluntary offsetting, from UN climate talks to corporate sustainability departments pp. 4-9 Downloads
Véra Ehrenstein and Alice Valiergue
It's worth the trouble: On valuation studies and climate change pp. 10-14 Downloads
Thomas Frisch, Stefan Laser, Sandra Matthäus and Cornelia Schendzielorz
"Crises" as catalysts for more sustainable futures? The case of the first oil crisis and the role of multilayered interpretative struggles pp. 15-23 Downloads
Timur Ergen and Lisa Suckert
Organizing for climate adaptation: Competing visions in Boston pp. 24-29 Downloads
Nichole Wissman-Weber and David L. Levy
The problem of compensation and moral economies of climate change pp. 30-33 Downloads
Rebecca Elliott

Volume 22, issue 1, 2020

Note from the editor: Climate change - what economic sociology has to offer pp. 1-4 Downloads
Anita Engels
Interview with Andy Hoffman pp. 5-9 Downloads
Andrew J. Hoffman
Interview with Benjamin Sovacool pp. 10-14 Downloads
Benjamin K. Sovacool
Interview with Simone Pulver pp. 15-19 Downloads
Simone Pulver
Stalemate for the financialization of climate policy pp. 20-29 Downloads
Ève Chiapello

Volume 21, issue 3, 2020

Note from the editor: Body, virus, morals, and scandals pp. 1-3 Downloads
Ákos Róna-Tas
Scandals, morality wars, and the field of reproductive surrogacy in Ukraine pp. 4-10 Downloads
Alya Guseva
How much is your health worth? A research agenda on valuation processes and markets for medicines pp. 11-19 Downloads
Etienne Nouguez
OpEd: Death, economy, and the problem of excess pp. 20-22 Downloads
Roi Livne

Volume 21, issue 2, 2020

Note from the editor: Taxing inequality and fiscal sociology pp. 1-2 Downloads
Ákos Róna-Tas
Can the invisible welfare state redistribute? pp. 3-11 Downloads
Isaac William Martin
On the sociological approach to public finance pp. 12-14 Downloads
Sarah L. Quinn
Switzerland as a laboratory for fiscal federalism and global fiscal governance pp. 15-25 Downloads
Gisela Huerlimann
The politics of subnational taxation in comparative perspective pp. 26-35 Downloads
Josh Pacewicz
OpEd: Republicans play dirty because Republican policies are unpopular pp. 36-38 Downloads
Monica Prasad

Volume 21, issue 1, 2019

Note from the editor: The Brave New World of Big Data pp. 1-3 Downloads
Ákos Róna-Tas
Aadhaar: Uniquely Indian Dystopia? pp. 4-12 Downloads
Reetika Khera
Biometric IDs and the remaking of the Indian (welfare) state pp. 13-21 Downloads
Ursula Rao
Multiple social credit systems in China pp. 22-32 Downloads
Chuncheng Liu
Credit Scoring in the United States pp. 33-42 Downloads
Barbara Kiviat
Bringing context back into privacy regulation and beyond: About limitation on purpose as an (old) response to (new) data challenges pp. 43-53 Downloads
Karoline Krenn
OpEd: The Future Factory pp. 54-55 Downloads
Jenny Andersson

Volume 20, issue 3, 2019

Economic sociology, political economy, and Latin America's capitalism: Quo vadis? pp. 1-5 Downloads
Aldo Madariaga and Felipe González
Notes for a sociology of economies based on self-management, solidarity and work in Latin America pp. 6-11 Downloads
Nicolás Goméz Ñuñez
Local resource-based growth, inequality, and state capacity pp. 12-18 Downloads
Maritza Paredes
Bringing development back into (economic) sociology. Andrew Schrank interviewed by Felipe González and Aldo Madariaga pp. 19-28 Downloads
Andrew Schrank, Felipe González and Aldo Madariaga

Volume 20, issue 2, 2019

Markets, market dynamics and market creation in Latin America pp. 1-5 Downloads
Aldo Madariaga and Felipe González
The taming of prices: Framing and fighting inflation in the second half of the twentieth century in Argentina pp. 6-14 Downloads
Mariana Heredia and Claudia Daniel
Cultures in the market: cultures for sale? Some words of hope and caution illustrated by Amazonian cases pp. 15-23 Downloads
André Vereta-Nahoum
Competition on paper: artifacts of visualization in antitrust policy pp. 24-30 Downloads
Gustavo Onto
Notes on market design and economic sociology pp. 31-39 Downloads
José Ossandón

Volume 20, issue 1, 2018

Note from the editors: Is there a Latin American economic sociology? pp. 1-10 Downloads
Aldo Madariaga and Felipe González
The social fabric of a debt economy: Mexican immigrants in the 2008 mortgage crisis pp. 11-17 Downloads
Magdalena Villarreal
Financial repertoires in the making: Understanding the US dollar's popularization in Argentina pp. 18-26 Downloads
Mariana Luzzi and Ariel Wilkis
Debt management by young couples from Santiago, Chile: From family networks towards the financial system pp. 27-33 Downloads
Lorena Pérez-Roa
Banks in the Brazilian favela: A study of the relations between bank branches and residents of an urban region targeted by "pacification" policies pp. 34-39 Downloads
Lúcia Helena Alves Müller
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