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August 14, 2022

The Algorithm of Trust: The Sociotechnical Life of a Chinese Social Credit System

Chuncheng Liu, Sociology, UC San Diego
Communication, Knowledge and Culture, Economy and Society, Government/Political systems, Organization, Political Sociology, Science and Technology
Algorithm, Surveillance, Credit, China
July 9, 2022

How much is too much? – Excessive Pharmaceutical Pricing in European Competition Law

Behrang Kianzad, Law, University of Copenhagen
Business Administration and Business Economics, Economic Growth, Economic History, Economic Innovation, Economic Methodology, Economic Policy, Economics, Economy and Society, Health, Health Economics, Heterodox Economics, History of Economic Thought, Human Rights and Global Justice, Industrial Organization, Law, Law and Economics
excessive pricing, competition law, intellectual property law, political economy, legal philosophy, philosophy of economics, neoclassical economics, behavioural economics, Right to Health
July 7, 2022

Constrained but Not Contained: How National Context Shapes Corporate Emissions 

Annika Rieger, Sociology, Boston College
Environment and Society, Environmental Policy
corporations, climate change, civil society, nation-states
July 7, 2022

How Humanitarian Relief ‘Works’: International Aid Organizations and Local Labor in Crisis Contexts

Patricia Ward, Sociology, Technische Universität Dresden
Labor Relations, Local-Global Relations, Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations, Sociology, Sociology of Culture, Work
Aid and Development, Labour, Work, Migration/Mobility
July 7, 2022

Economic inequality and the labor market

Victor Tan Chen, Sociology, Virginia Commonwealth University
Economic Policy, Economic Sociology, Economy and Society, Labor Economics, Labor Movements, Labor Relations, Labour Market, Methodology and Research Technology, Organization, Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management, Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy, Social Classes and Social Movements, Sociology, Stratification, Work
inequality, unemployment, alternative organizations
July 7, 2022

Roma: The Invisible Workers of Post-socialism

Barbora Cernusakova, University of Manchester
Labor Relations, Law and Economics, Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations, Sociology, Theory, Work
surplus population, ethnography, racial capitalism, post-socialism, urban marginality, debt
July 7, 2022

Social sources of large-scale fiscal-monetary federations: A comparative historical analysis of the United States and the European Union

Christakis Georgiou, University of Geneva
Comparative Politics, Economy and Society, Historical and Comparative Sociology, Political Economy, Politics and Society, Political Science
European Integration, American Political Development, Macroeconomic policy institutions, comparative political development, Corporate power and elites
July 6, 2022

Bodies at bay: the control over the circulation of black bodies and the production of the shore as the symbol of the “carioca” identity.

Caroline Gonçalves Coutinho Gomes, M.A in International Politics, Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)
Body in the Social Sciences, Deviance and Social Control, Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations, Security and Defense, Tourism, Tourism, International, Work
Tourism , (Public) security dispositif , Development-security nexus
July 6, 2022

The multidimensional impact of globalization on the unemployment rate at different levels at the East Asia-Pacific region

Quoc-Khanh Duong , Sociology, Department of Sociology, Maynooth University, Ireland
Economic Development, Economic Policy, Economic Sociology, Economics, Economy and Society
Globalization, Unemployment, KOF, Panel data analysis
July 6, 2022

Cannabis-Infused Dreams: A Market at the Crossroads between Criminal and Conventional

Michele Cadigan, Sociology, University of Washington - Seattle
Sociology
Racial Capitalism, Morals and Markets, Race and Organizations
July 6, 2022

The making of the exclusionary neoliberal state: far-right populism and economic ideas in post-war Austria

Valentina Ausserladscheider, Department of Economic Sociology, University of Vienna
Economic Policy, Economic Sociology, Economy and Society, Historical and Comparative Sociology, Political Economy, Political Sociology, Political Science, Sociology
Economic Policy, Constructivism, Discourse, Populism, Nationalism
July 1, 2022

“Regulation, Institutional Change, and the Financialized Political Economy of Sweden”, PhD dissertation in progress

Viktor Skyrman, Stockholm School of Economics
Political Economy
Financialization, The Regulation Approach, Political economy
June 30, 2022

Poor People’s NIMBYism: How Community and Organizations Shape Tenants’ Insecurity in the United States

Andrew Messamore, Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
Community Research, Government/Political systems, Housing and Built Environment, Mathematical and Quantitative Methods, Organization, Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management, Political Sociology, Sociology, Urban Economics
cities/housing, computational social science, community and participation, organizations
June 30, 2022

White-Collar Blues: The Making of the Transnational Turkish Middle Class

Mustafa Yavas, Sociology, New York University Abu Dhabi
Alienation Theory and Research, Comparative Sociology, Developing Nations, Economic Sociology, Economy and Society, Historical and Comparative Sociology, Labour Market, Local-Global Relations, Migration, Political Economy, Political Sociology, Social Classes and Social Movements, Sociology, Sociology of Culture, Stratification, Theory, Work
quality of working life, middle classes, transnational corporations
June 30, 2022

Our World Unraveling: Economic Shocks, Inequalities in Health, Wellbeing, and the Populist Backlash

Gabor Scheiring, Bocconi University
Comparative Politics, Comparative Sociology, Economic Development, Economic Sociology, Health, Heterodox Economics, Political Economy, Political Sociology
political economy, health inequality, populism, democracy, deindustrialization
June 28, 2022

The new European political economy of wage formation: Party-political preferences, growth models and EU institutions

Joshua Cova, Hertie School / Humboldt University
Comparative Politics, Labor Relations, Political Economy, Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy, Political Science
Comparative political economy, EU politics, Wage-setting
June 5, 2022

Steer the Sound: Organizing, Regulating, and Practicing Musical Creativity in China

Ke Nie, Sociology, UC San Diego
Arts, Economic Sociology, Sociology of Culture
Creativity, Creative Industries, Cultural Production, Computational Methods, China