2018

Amitai Etzioni and Mark Lilla Discuss an “Impossible” Unity Watch SASE's indefatigable founder in conversation with Mark Lilla. Fondation France-Japon EHESS Young Researcher Awards We are delighted to announce the winners of the EHESS Fondation France-Japon Young Researcher Travel Awards Cons and Scams: Their Place in American Culture Join us on April 23 and 24 at The New School (NYC) to explore cons and scams in their many guises, what makes us vulnerable to them, with particular attention to the current political scene in the US. This event is free and open to the public. SASE Newsletter Winter 2017-2018 newsletter revamped. Take a Look!! Reflecting on Kyoto "The sights and sounds in the city remind me of its ancient history and deep spiritual culture." - Kathryn Ibata-Arens Living in Kyoto Sophie Buhnik - French bureau of the Maison franco-japonaise in Tokyo SASE Video – Jonathan Zeitlin Jonathan Zeitlin (SASE President from 2009-2011) on SASE, from Costa Rica to Kyoto, and his own research. Marykyu Koyamaen Tea House Marukyu-Koyamaen ranks among the foremost producers of fine teas in Japan. Economic Sociology on Saint-Germain de Près An impressive line-up of international scholars working on economic sociology gathered on 12-13 January 2018 to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Franco-German MaxPo Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies. Jens Beckert Awarded Leibniz Prize! Jens Beckert has just been awarded the 2.5M € Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize – Germany's highest scientific award. For What It’s Worth: The Political Construction of Quality in French and Italian Wine Markets SER Article by Elizabeth Carter

2017

Abenomics SASE/Kyoto program co-director Sebastien Lechevalier has recently published a thoughtful article written with Brieuc Monfort on the economic policy of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Kyoto Hotels Friendly prices for Kyoto! SASE has negotiated discounts on hotels and excursions, available exclusively to 2018 Kyoto conference attendees. Kyoto Culture The host city for SASE's 2018 annual conference, Kyoto, was the capital of Japan for over a millennium, and it still carries a reputation as the nation’s most beautiful city. Institute for Socio-Economics The University Duisburg-Essen recently founded an Institute for Socio-Economics. A timely article on hurricanes from the SASE journal, Socio-Economic Review. Investigating the difference in policy responses to the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons and homeowner insurance crises in Florida and Louisiana. SASE Video – Roberto Pedersini & John Robinson Roberto Pedersini, SASE ECW faculty, and John Robinson, 2017 ECW participant, discuss SASE's Early Career Workshop and the Lyon conference in general. SASE Lyon Video – Akos Rona-Tas and Gary Herrigel We took advantage of the SASE/Lyon 2017 meeting to interview some lively SASE scholars. Here is the first in the series. SASE 29th Annual Meeting Award Winners SASE extends warms congratulations to all of our awards winners from our 29th annual meeting in Lyon, France. Regulation and Governance An early view of the latest issue of Regulation and Governance is now available. Socio-economics after Trump Gregory Jackson, chief editor of the SASE journal Socio-Economic Review speaks out! "Socio-economics after Trump". From the latest edition of the Socio-Economic Review. Journal of Institutional Economics The SASE-affiliated Journal of Institutional Economics has published a Douglass C. North Memorial Issue. III ISEM-SASE 2017 – Cartagena de Indias, Colombia Time is running out – Submissions’ deadline is 15 September 2017 for the 3rd Ibero-American Socioeconomics Meeting. ISEM-SASE 2017 Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.   Center for European Studies – Open Forum Series Open Forum is the CES working papers series intended to bring new work on Europe to a wider audience and facilitate discussion of the papers among authors and readers. SASE Kyoto 2018 | Featured Speakers SASE/Kyoto 2018 Featured Speakers announced! SER Brexit Special – SASE Berkeley As Theresa May has now signed the letter that will formally begin the UK's departure from the European Union SASE looks back at our impromptu Brexit session from our 2016 annual meeting at UC Berkeley, and the subsequent special edition of the Socio-Economic Review. Early Career Workshop SASE will host its second Early Career Workshop at its 2017 Conference in Lyon, France. The Workshop provides additional career development and networking opportunities at SASE for PhD students and researchers having obtained their PhD after March 2014. Review of African Political Economy Reports on SASE/Berkeley Jörg Wiegratz on the 2016 SASE/Berkeley conference Brexit Special An impromptu session on Brexit at our UC Berkeley meeting has led to these great, extended written analyses from an array of SASE scholars. Socio-Economic Review Volume 14 Issue 3 Is Out! The latest issue of Socio-Economic Review covers a wide range of topics, ranging from the financialization of US higher education to the erosion of trust among the poor. Patrik Aspers on the New Economic Sociology Patrik Aspers speaks with us in advance of his featured talk at the Bringing The New Economic Sociology Back Into the Sociological Analysis Workshop in Warsaw next May. New Issue of the Revue Française de Socio-Économie L'emploi à l'épreuve de ses marges

2016

Discover Lyon Discover Lyon before the 2017 SASE conference. Understanding the Results of the U.S. Presidential Election by former SASE President Nancy DiTomaso Wolfgang Streeck, “Social Democracy’s Last Rounds” Past SASE President Wolfgang Streeck on his evolving perspective on social democracy, the much-contested “European project,” and why the Left needs to “sober up”. Anarchy in the UK: Brexit style Summary of the Brexit pop-up salon at SASE/Berkeley by SASE Networks Committee chair, Jackie O'Reilly SASE/UC Berkeley in the French Press! Journalist Martine Fournier came to visit the SASE 2016 meeting at UC Berkeley. She published her impressions of the conference in the French monthly, Sciences Humaines. Martine also conducted a short interview with Jens Beckert following his Author-Meets-Critics session on his latest book, Imagined Futures: Fictional Expectations and Capitalist Dynamics.   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. Financialization and Beyond: Debt, Money, Wealth, and the Capture of Value 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. Special Issue Call for Papers James March and Herbert Simon’s (1958) Organizations is one of the most influential contributions to the social sciences. Social Finance, Impact Investing, and the Financialization of the Public Interest EHESS welcomes paper proposals for an academic conference on Social Finance and Impact Investing in Hamburg, Germany. Photos from SASE/UC Berkeley 2016 Click through for photos from SASE/UC Berkeley 2016. Berkeley At-a-Glance Calendar and Provisional Web Program
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