The New Economic Sociology: A Reader
Опубликовано на портале: 31-08-2005
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004, 520 с.
Economic sociology is a rapidly expanding field, applying sociology's core insight--that individuals behave according to scripts that are tied to social roles--to economic behavior. It places homo economicus (that tried-and-true fictive actor who is completely rational, acts only out of self-interest, and has perfect information) in context. In this way, it places a construct into a framework that more closely approximates the world in which we live. But, as an academic field, economic sociology has lost focus. The New Economic Sociology remedies this.
The book comprises twenty of the most representative and widely read articles in the field's history--its classics--and organizes them according to four themes at the heart of sociology: institutions, networks, power, and cognition. Dobbin's substantial and engagingly written introduction (including his rich comparison of Yanomamo chest-beaters and Wall Street bond-traders) sets a clear framework for what follows. Gathering force throughout is Dobbin's argument that economic practices emerge through distinctly social processes, in which social networks and power resources play roles in the social construction of certain behaviors as rational or optimal. Not only does Dobbin provide a consummate introduction to the field and its history to students approaching the subject for the first time, but he also establishes a schema for interpreting the field based on an understanding of what economic sociology aims to achieve.
Chapter 1. THE SOCIOLOGICAL VIEW OF THE ECONOMY. Frank Dobbin
Book Review - Reviewed by: Ronan Le Velly, in Economic Sociology European Electronic Newsletter. 2005. Vol. 6. No. 3.
|Chapter 1. The Sociological View of the Economy
|Chapter 2. From the Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
|Chapter 3. Institutionalized Organizations: Formal Structure As Myth and
John W. Meyer and Brian Rowan
|Chapter 4. The Iron Cage Revisited: Institutional Isomorphism and Collective
Rationality in Organizational Fields
Paul J. Dimaggio and Walter W. Powell
|Chapter 5. From Pricing The Priceless Child: The Changing Social Value Of
Viviana A. Zelizer
|Chapter 6. The Social Construction of Organizations and Markets: The Comparative
Analysis of Business Recipes |
|Chapter 7. The Decline and Fall of the Conglomerate Firm in the 1980s: The
Deinstitutionalization of an Organizational Form
Gerald F. Davis, Kristina A. Diekmann, and Catherine H. Tinsley
|Chapter 8. From The Division of Labor in Society
|Chapter 9. Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness
|Chapter 10. Embeddedness and Immigration: Notes on the Social Determinants
of Economic Action
Alejandro Portes and Julia Sensenbrenner
|Chapter 11. A Structural Approach to Markets
Eric M. Leifer and Harrison C. White
|Chapter 12. From Structural Holes: The Social Structure of Competition
Ronald S. Burt
|Chapter 13. Embeddedness in the Making of Financial Capital: How Social Relations
and Networks Benefit Firms Seeking Financing
|Chapter 14. From The German Ideology
|Chapter 15. From The Transformation Of Corporate Control
|Chapter 16. From Socializing Capital: The Rise of the Large Industrial Corporation
William G. Roy
|Chapter 17. From City Of Capital: Politics and Markets in the English Financial
Bruce G. Carruthers
|Chapter 18. From The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life
|Chapter 19. From The Social Construction Of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology
Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann
|Chapter 20. From Organizations: Cognitive Limits on Rationality
James G. March and Herbert A. Simon
|Chapter 21. From Sensemaking in Organizations
Karl E. Weick
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