Category Archives: Songs of Society and Market

Career opportunities: the ones that never knock

      by André Vereta Nahoum A couple of weeks have passed since many countries celebrated on May 1st, Labour Day, alternatively named May Day, but the entire month is devoted to the celebration of the struggles and toils of … Continue reading

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Value and its enigmas: from stained cloths to matrimonial alliances

(A post by André Vereta Nahoum) Since the days economics was basically a British endeavour, the production of value (and price formation) has been one of the most fiercely debated topics of the discipline. Such is the centrality of the issue … Continue reading

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Songs of Society and Market

We are very glad to roll out a new section on the Economic Sociology and Political Economy community blog: Songs of Society and Market. Given the centrality of economic transactions to our lives, it is no surprise that they constitute a common motive … Continue reading

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