Call for Contributions
Discussion Forum in Socio-Economic Review
Brexit: Understanding the Socio-Economic Origins and Possible Consequences
SER invites contributions that apply theoretical concepts or offer interesting empirical observations about the socio-economic origins or likely consequences of Brexit. Contributions are expected to be 1,000 to 2,000 words in length and written for a broad audience. The SER editors will select a small collection of contributions to be published as a Discussion Forum in the next issue of Socio-Economic Review. Meanwhile, additional submissions that could be included in the main Discussion Forum will be featured in a special
on-line blog forum on the SASE website.Read More
Neil Fligstein on Brexit
SASE Program 2016
Here is a link to a pdf version of the SASE/Berkeley Program.
SASE/UC Berkeley 2016
Featured Author-Meets-Critics Books at UC Berkeley
New SASE Grant!
Early Career Workshop
Applications are open for SASE's new Early Career Workshop, available to PhD students and researchers having completed their PhD within the past three years. Grants to attend the workshop are awarded on a competitive basis. For more information, click here.
Photos from Porto Alegre
SASE's 2nd Ibero-American Regional Socio-Economics Meeting was held at UFRGS: Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - Porto Alegre
Click here to see the program.
Click Here to see photos from the meeting.
36 Hours in San Francisco
A preview of San Francisco courtesy of the New York Times.
Mark your calendars for Moral Economies, Economic Moralities at UC Berkeley from 24-26 June 2016.
We hope to see you there!
SASE/London 2015 Podcast
Does Capitalism Have a Future?
Click Here to listen to the podcast.
Craig Calhoun - LSE
Amitai Etzioni - GW University
Wolfgang Streeck - Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Polly Toynbee - The Guardian
Photos from London
This year's SASE conference was a blast. To see the pictures from Friday evening's festivities, click here.
Many thanks to our host, The London School of Economics, and to all of you who contributed to making it a wonderful conference.