The ES/PE community keeps growing — more than 42,000 members reached

Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more pliable“, remarked Mark Twain.
Today we gladly mark the festive fact that the Economic Sociology and Political Economy global academic community reached more than 42,000 members, which now follow us and interact on FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle+InstagramRedditTumblr, and via this Blog.
Scholars, students, practitioners, journalists and activists from about 120 countries have joined us, benefited from Shared Knowledge and most important – helped to disseminate the insights of Socio-Political research of the economy to the public and academics.
More work ahead…
Thank you! Feel free to spread the word and Good luck to all of us!
Oleg Komlik 🙂

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3 Responses to The ES/PE community keeps growing — more than 42,000 members reached

  1. a very significant achievement…More research finding, please. thank you

  2. Lyn Spillman says:

    Congratulations. I appreciate your work. Lyn Spillman,

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    Lyn Spillman

    Department of Sociology, 810 Flanner Hall, University of Notre Dame,

    Notre Dame IN 46556, United States

    Email: Spillman.1@nd.edu; Ph. 1 574 631 8067; Fax 1 574 631 9238

    http://sociology.nd.edu/people/lynette-spillman/

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    On Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 7:23 PM, Economic Sociology and Political Economy wrote:

    > Oleg Komlik posted: “”Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more > pliable”, remarked Mark Twain. Today we gladly mark the festive fact that > the Economic Sociology and Political Economy global academic community > reached more than 42,000 members, which now follow us and interac” >

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