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Up to 3 Postdoctoral Positions in Economic Sociology and Political Economy The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) provides an attractive environment for postdoctoral researchers to pursue their own research projects within the scope of the Institute’s research program in the fields of economic sociology, political economy, or contemporary history. It invites suitable candidates to apply for postdoctoral positions. Applicants must hold their […] Financialization and Beyond: Debt, Money, Wealth, and the Capture of Value April 6-8, 2017, University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA.  Abstracts due December 1, 2016. Finance is hard to escape. In recent years, the increasing social impact and interconnection of financial discourses, markets, actors, and institutions have been understood under the broad concept of financialization. Natascha van der Zwan identifies three distinct research streams that have […] Top Cited Articles from SER Read five highly cited articles published in SER here! Former SASE President Bruce G. Carruthers lectures at the Library of Congress – October 28, 2016 Former SASE President, Bruce G. Carruthers will discuss how credit and credit decision-making in the United States has developed over the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, in the annual Maguire Lecture at the Library of Congress on October 28. Carruthers, who was president of SASE from 2013 – 2014 before holding the Cary and Ann […] Special Issue Call for Papers James March and Herbert Simon’s (1958) Organizations is one of the most influential contributions to the social sciences. Visit news section
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

The network welcomes contributions on the general issues of labor market segmentation, unemployment, and the link between training, skills and jobs.

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