In recent years sociologists have taken up a fruitful examination of such institutions as capital, labor and product markets, industrial organization, and stock exchanges. Compared to earlier traditions of economic sociology, recent work shows more interest in phenomena usually studied exclusively by economists, while at the same time challenging the adequacy of the neoclassical model.Incorporating classic and contemporary readings in economic sociology as well as offerings from related disciplines, this book provides students with a broad understanding of the dimensions of economic life. A major introduction by the editors traces the history of thought in the field and assesses recent advances and future trends.
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Mark Granovetter is professor of Sociology at Stanford University. Richard Swedberg is professor of sociology at the Stockholm University. Mark Granovetter is professor of Sociology at Stanford University. Richard Swedberg is professor of sociology at the Stockholm University.Review: Praise for Previous Editions:“If I could select only one book to introduce students and scholars to the exciting field of economic sociology, it would be The Sociology of Economic Life. Granovetter and Swedberg have done an outstanding job of covering all the bases. . . . Within one compact book, the reader finds an astute introductory essay, timeless classics, contemporary masterworks, and what’s currently cutting edge.” —Linda Brewster Stearns, University of California, Riverside “The editors’ superb brief introduction to this edition will orient the reader, and their expert literature addendum to each chapter will fortify the reader to join the rapidly moving fronts of economic sociology, for which Swedberg is perhaps the leading observer and Granovetter the leading essayist. This book reaches the beginning student as easily as a specialist.” —Harrison White, Giddings Professor of Sociology, Columbia University
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Descripción Westview Press, 1991. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110813310334
Descripción Westview Press, 1991. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. de la librería VIB0813310334