What is Economic Sociology? How are economies created and where do markets come from? What is embeddedness? How do politics, networks and culture matter? What are the institutions of political economy? and Why does capitalism differ among countries?
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This section will present State of the Art papers and review articles on basics ans trends in economic sociology. Therefore it could easily be an intellectual point of departure to delve into the socio-political studies of the economy while our community will competently and confidently serve you as a companion in this reflective journey.
- Talmud, Ilan. 2013. “Economic sociology.” Sociopedia.isa
(Sociopedia.isa is the International Sociological Association online journal that publishes review articles in social sciences)
- Swedberg, Richard. 2003. “The Classics in Economic Sociology.” Pp. 1-31 in Principles of Economic Sociology. Princeton University Press.
- Smelser, Neil J. and Richard Swedberg. 2005. “Introducing Economic Sociology.” Pp. 3-25 in The Handbook of Economic Sociology, edited by Neil J. Smelser & Richard Swedberg. Princeton University Press.
- Swedberg, Richard. 1991. “Major Traditions of Economic Sociology.” Annual Review of Sociology 17: 251-276.