• Journal of Economic Sociology
    Vol 18 No 4 (2017)

    Interview with Ashwini Deshpande: “Sticky Floors are Becoming Stickier for Women in the Indian Labor Market”

    Irina Sizova, Liudmila Leonova, Andrea Hense The Precariousness of Employment and Labor Incomes in Russia and Germany: Self-Perception of Wage Workers

    Svetlana Yaroshenko Surplus People, or About the Regime of Social Exclusion in Post-Soviet Russia

    Piere Bourdieu Homo Academicus

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 18 No 3 (2017)

    Interview with Matthew Hull: “It’s All about Real Bureaucracy, Control, and Stability”

    Anna Temkina “Economy of Trust” in Commercial Obstetric Care: Educated Urban Women as Consumers and Patients

    Wilfred Dolfsma Government Failure. Society, Markets and Rules (excerpts)

    Svetlana Tulaeva, Maria Tysiachniouk Between Oil and Reindeer. Benefit Sharing Agreements between Oil Companies and Indigenous People in Russian Arctic and Subarctic Regions

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 18 No 2 (2017)

    Interview with Peter Schweitzer: “If You No Longer Allow for the Possibility of Alterity, You are Limiting Your Options of Analyzing the World(s)”

    Andrei Semenov, Vsevolod Bederson Organizational Reactions of Russian NGOs to 2012 Legislative Changes

    Anthony B. Atkinson Inequality: What Can be Done?

    Polina Popova How to Explain Financial Disagreements in Families: A Review of Economic, Psychological and Sociological Theories

     
  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 18 No 1 (2017)

    Max Weber Economy and Society: An Outline of Interpretive Sociology. Organized Groups

    Sergei Mokhov Handling the Ambiguity and Stigma: Ethnography of a Local Funeral Market

    Vladimir Zhdanov Post-Authoritarian Devolution: The Case of the First Italian Republic

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 17 No 5 (2016)

    Interview with Patrik Aspers: “Since There Are So Many Theories, We Should Focus on Really Good Empirical Research Instead”

    Max Weber Economy and Society: Essays on Interpretive Sociology (an excerpt)

    Johnson W. Allen, Timothy Earle The Evolution of Human Societies: From Foraging Group to Agrarian State (an excerpt)

    Yulia Krasheninnikova, Olga Makarova Direct Selling Organizations as Informal Healthcare Providers in Russia

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 17 No 4 (2016)

    Interview with Gabriel Abend “The Moral Background Makes the Play of Life Possible”

    Elena Berdysheva Varying Worth of Crimes in the Eyes of Policemen in Russia

    Mathijs de Vaan, Balazs Vedres, David Stark Game Changer: The Topology of Creativity

    Samuel Bowles The Moral Economy: Why Good Incentives Are No Substitute for Good Citizens (excerpts)

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 17 No 3 (2016)

    Interview with Ivana Pais «Digital Labor and the Sharing Economy»

    Yana Roshchina Health-Related Lifestyle: Does Social Inequality Matter?

    Frank Dobbin Comparative and Historical Perspectives in Economic Sociology

    Elena Tcyplakova Gamification — the Way of Motivation or Way of Control over the Labor Process?

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 17 No 2 (2016)

    Interview with David Woodruff: “Financial Market Governs by Panic”

    Tatiana Karabchuk, Ruslan Almukhametov Wages of Policemen in Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Latvia and Russia

    Daniel Beunza, David Stark From Dissonance to Resonance: Cognitive Interdependence in Quantitative Finance

    Richard Wagner Fiscal Sociology and the Theory of Public Finance. An Exploratory Essay

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 17 No 1 (2016)

    Interview with Thomas Piketty: “One can Push History Out but It Immediately Comes in through the Window”

    Vadim Radaev Relational Exchange and the Degree of Embeddedness: An Empirical Study of Supply Chains

    Daniel Shestakov On Inequality of Outcomes. Book Review: Piketty Т. (2015) Kapital v XXI veke [Capital in the Twenty-First Century], Moscow: Ad Marginem Press (in Russian); tr. from: Piketty T. (2014) Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Cambridge: Harvard University Press

    Greg Yudin Debt Books and a Book on Debts Book Review: Graeber D. (2014) Dolg: pervye 5000 let istorii [Debt: First 5000 Years], Moscow: Ad Marginem Press (in Russian); tr. from: Graeber D. (2011) Debt: First 5000 Years. Brooklyn, New York: Melville House

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 16 No 5 (2015)

    Interview with Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier Market Mechanism and Consumer Choice

    Ivan Zabaev, Anna Zueva, Yuliya Koloshenko Humility and The Gift: The Elective Affinity of Institutions and Ethics in Orthodox Parishes

    Luigi Zingales A Capitalism for the People: Recapturing the Lost Genius of American Prosperity

    Katerina Guba Editing the Soviet Sociological Journal: The Problem of Legitimacy in Soviet Sociology

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 16 No 4 (2015)

    Interview with Katharina Bluhm Economic Actors and Liberal Dependent Capitalism

    Ivan Zabaev The Economic Ethics of Contemporary Russian Orthodox Christianity:
    A Weberian Perspective

    Dani Rodrik Economics Rules: The Rights and Wrongs of the Dismal Science

    Alexander Kondakov The Uncomfortable Law: Why the Civil Code of Russia is a Constraint for International Business

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 16 No 3 (2015)

    Conversation with Mark Mizruchi: “There is Very Little Organizational Theory Left in Sociology Departments”

    Interview with Gyorgy Lengyel: Sociology of Entrepreneurship and Beyond

    Оlga Gurova, Saara Ratilainen “Eastern Tourist”: A Review of Images of Russian Consumers in Finnish Media

    Kirill Rozhkov A Marketing Approach to the Study of Megacity: Necessity, Principles and Prospects

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 16 No 2 (2015)

    Conversation with Mark Mizruchi: “There is Very Little Organizational Theory Left in Sociology Departments”

    Jagdish N. Sheth, Atul Parvatiyar, Mona Sinha The Conceptual Foundations of Relationship Marketing: Review and Synthesis

    Paul Collier Exodus: How Migration is Changing Our World

    Marina Spirina Organizational Specifics of the Volunteer Movement: Comparing the Experience of Russia and France

     

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 16 No 1 (2015)

    Interview with Alya Guseva: How Markets for Credit Cards were Created in Postcommunist Societies

    Edmund Phelps Mass Flourishing: How Grassroots Innovation Created Jobs, Challenge, and Change

    Radaev V. V. Relational Exchange in Supply Chains and Its Constitutive Elements

    Svetlana Barsukova Why do Breadwinners Leave Home? Book Review: Plusnin Ju. et al. (2013) Otkhodniks, Moscow: Novyy khronograph

     

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 15 No 5 (2014)

    Interview with Sarah Ashwin: The Small World of Russian Studies in Gender Relations

    Elena Berdysheva Social Construction of Quality in Moscow Dental Market

    Arjo Klamer Speaking of Economics: How to Get in the Conversation

    Natalia Bogatyr Citizens’ Guide to the Budget: Find a Receiver

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 15 No 4 (2014)

     Interview with Arne Kalleberg: Growing Job Insecurity and Inequality between Good Jobs and Bad Jobs

    Svetlana Barsukova, Anastasia Korobkova Russia’s Accession to the WTO in the Mirror of Russian Print Media

    Pascal Salin Returning to Capitalism in Order to Escape Crises

    Anna Almakaeva, Veronika Kostenko Portability of Pension Rights in the EurAsEC Countries and the European Union

     

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 15 No 3 (2014)

    Interview with Victor Nee: Sociology Should be Open to Intellectual Trade with Ally Disciplines (Part 2)

    Dilyara Ibragimova Consumer Expectations of Russian Population (1996−2009): How are Cohort, Generation and Age Related?

    Franco Moretti The Bourgeois: Between History and Literature

    Kirill Titaev Pretrial Detention in Russian Criminal Justice: Sociological Analysis of the Probability of Pretrial Detention and its Influence on Court Decisions

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 15 No 2 (2014)

    Interview with Victor Nee: “Sociologists Always Want to Reinvent the Conceptual Map and to Come up with the New Conceptual Scheme that Identifies Something as Important” (Part 1)

    Olga Gurova Institutionalization of the Sociology of Consumption in Russia

    Dani Rodrik The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy

    Franck Billé Surface Modernities: Open-Air Markets, Containment and Verticality in Two Border Towns of Russia and China

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 15 No 1 (2014)

    “Organic” Gift-Giving and Organ Transplantation, the Development of Economic Sociology, and Morality in a Super-Monetized World: An Interview with Philippe Steiner

    Petr Martynenko, Yana Roshchina Patterns of Alcohol Consumption as a Social Group Indicator in Modern Russian Cities

    Robert J. Shiller Finance and the Good Society

    Alexei Belianin, Nina Bobkova Henrik Egbert, Leonid Kosals Experimental Methods of Corruption Research on in Economic Theory and Sociology

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 14 No 5 (2013)

    Interview with William Carroll: "The Basic Issues of Capitalism in the XIX Century are Still Vital in the XXI Century"

    Svetlana Yaroshenko “Women’s Work” and Personal Well-Being: Technology of Exclusion in Post-Soviet Russia

    Jack A. Goldstone Why Europe? The Rise of the West in World History, 1500–1850

    Natalia Bogatyr Passing Recipes: How Users’ Innovations are Distributed

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 14 No 4 (2013)

    "The Russian Professional Sociological Society Needs More Independent Experts": Igor Zadorin interviewed by Andrey Yakovlev 

    Natalia Firsova Predictors of Innovative Consumption Practices: Internet Shopping Adoption in Russian Housholds

    Эспозито Е. Зацикленность экономики и наблюдения второго порядка: реальность рейтингов

    Elena Esposito Economic Circularities and Second-Order Observation: The Reality of Ratings

    David Stark Observing Finance as a Network of Observations. Comment on Esposito

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 14 No 3 (2013)

    «An Expert must Strive to be Independent while Society should Support His Inspiration»: Victor Polterovich interviewed by Andrey Yakovlev 

    Anna Zudina Informal Employment and Subjective Social Status: The Case of Russia

    Neil Fligstein The Architecture of Markets: An Economic Sociology of Twenty-First-Century Capitalist Societies

    William J. Baumol The Microtheory of Innovative Entrepreneurship

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 14 No 2 (2013)

    Interview with Marion Fourcade: «Durkheim and Science Studies for Economic Sociology»

    Olga Gurova Looking Like a Russian. Russian Migrants in Finland: Social Characteristics and Clothing Consumption 

    Michael T. Hannan, John Freeman The Population Ecology of Organizations 

    Bruno Latour Reassembling the Social. An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 14 No 1 (2013)

    Interview with Tommaso Pardi: «New Geopolitics of Automobile Industry»

    Neil Fligstein The Architecture of Markets: An Economic Sociology of Twenty-First-Century Capitalist Societies

    Ekaterina Moiseeva Your Last Purchase but Chosen Not by You: How Buyers Make Their Choices in the Market for Funeral Services

    Robert Frank The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good

  • Economic Sociology
    Vol 13 No 5 (2012)

    Interview with James March: «If You Think You’re a Good Scholar You Do It Regardless of Whether It has Any Consequences»

    Frank Dobbin Forging Industrial Policy: The United States, Britain, and France in the Railway Age

    Irina Kozina Temporary Agency Workers: Social Characteristics and Employment

    Joel Mokyr, Hans-Joachim Voth Understanding Growth in Europe, 1700–1870: Theory and Evidence

    Igor Chirikov Four Methods for Defining Organizational Boundaries in Sociology 

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