Handbook of Economic Sociology
Опубликовано на портале: 30-08-2005
Princeton: Russell Sage Foundation, 1994, 835 с.
During recent years social scientists have come to reaffirm that understanding almost any facet of social life requires a simultaneous understanding of how economic institutions work and how they are influenced by values and norms. Sociology, and especially economic sociology, is well equipped to be of assistance in this endeavor. Neil Smelser and Richard Swedberg bring together leading sociologists, economists, and political scientists in The Handbook of Economic Sociology, the first comprehensive view of this vital and growing field.
"This excellent volume is a compilation of some of the best writing in this field over the past decade, including basic works like Oliver Williamson's transaction cost theory of the firm, and [is] a helpful comparison of economic sociology to mainstream economics."
—Francis Fukuyama, Foreign Affairs
"This is the first comprehensive theoretical and empirical account of the burgeoning field of economic sociology. The scholarship is consistently strong. . .. The book will be greeted warmly and read by serious scholars throughout the social sciences."
—Robert K. Merton
"This is a bold, ambitious, almost daunting project. ... It will surely become the standard reference book for the field—the sort of text every scholar will have to know-, consult, and cite."
Smelser, Neil J. and Richard Swedberg. The Sociological Perspective on the Economy. in Smelser, Neil J. and Richard Swedberg.(eds). The Handbook of Economic Sociology, 1994. p. 3-26.
|PART I. Introduction: General Concerns|
|1.The Sociological Perspective on the Economy|
|Neil J. Smelser and Richard Swedberg||3|
|2. Culture and Economy|
|3. The Return of Institutional Economics|
|Geoffrey M. Hodgson||58|
|4. Transaction Cost Economics and Organization Theory|
|Oliver E. Williamson||77|
|5. Evolutionary Theorizing about Economic Change|
|Richard R. Nelson||108|
|6. Learning by Monitoring: The Institutions of Economic Development|
|Charles F. Sabel||137|
|7. A Rational Choice Perspective on Economic Sociology|
|James S. Coleman||166|
|PART II. The Economic Core: Economic Systems, Institutions, and Behavior|
|Section A: The Economy in Macrosociological Perspective|
|8. Civilizations and the Organization of Economies|
|Gary G. Hamilton||183|
|9. The International Economy and Economic Development|
|10. The Socialist Economic System|
|Ivan Szelenyi, Katherine Beckett, and Lawrence P. King||234|
|Section B: The Sociology of Economic Institutions and Economic Behavior|
|11. Markets as Social Structures|
|12. Capitalist Work and Labor Markets|
|Chris Tilly and Charles Tilly||283|
|13. Money, Banking, and Financial Markets|
|Mark S. Mizruchi and Linda Brewster Steams||313|
|14. Trade, Transportation, and Spatial Distribution|
|Michael D. Irwin and John D.Kasarda||342|
|15. Networks and Economic Life|
|Walter W. Powell and Laurel Smith-Doerr||368|
|16. Consumption, Preferences, and Changing Lifestyles|
|Jonathan Frenzen, Paul M. Hirsch, and Philip C. Zerrillo||403|
|17. The Informal Economy and Its Paradoxes|
|Section C: The Sociology of Firms, Organizations, and Industry|
|18. Business Groups|
|19. Entrepreneurship and Management|
|20. Firms, Wages, and Incentives|
|Aage B. S0rensen||504|
|21. Firms and Their Environments|
|Nitin Nohria and Ranjay Gulati||529|
|22. Measuring Performance in Economic Organizations|
|Marshall W. Meyer||556|
|PART III. Intersections of the Economy|
|23. Education and the Economy|
|Richard Rubinson and Irene Browne||581|
|24. Gender and the Economy|
|Ruth Milkman and Eleanor Townsley||600|
|25. Religion and Economic Life|
|26. The Ethnic Economy|
|Ivan Light and Stavros Karageorgis||647|
|27. Labor and Leisure|
|Nicole Woolsey Biggart||672|
|28. The Roles of the State in the Economy|
|29. Welfare States and the Economy|
|30. The Sociology of Distribution and Redistribution|
|Suzanne Elise Shanahan and Nancy Brandon Tuma||733|
|31. The Economy and the Environment|
|About the Authors||799|
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