The Economic Sociology and Political Economy community (ES/PE), founded and run by Oleg Komlik, is the largest global online scholarly society which brings together researchers, students, practitioners and activists interested in these fields of study and life. Our primary purpose is to disseminate the insights of socio-political research on the economy to the public and academics.
Economic Sociology is a section of the American Sociological Association.
A widely-read Community Blog with regular contributors including SASE members Henry Farrell and Kieran Healy.
A blog by SASE member Lane Kenworthy, a professor of sociology and political science at University of California, San Diego
Thinkers and decision-makers of the highest calibre
Blog on the social studies of finance, with contributors including Martha Poon, Fabian Muniesa, and Zsuzsanna Vargh
Editors and regular contributors include Sigrid Quack, Sabrina Zajak, Olga Malets, and Elka Schüßler
A world-class research institution and home to SASE headquarters
Independent international think tank focused on fostering responsibility in innovation
Another community blog with regular contributors from the SASE crew, including Elizabeth Popp Berman, Kieran Healy, and Sean Safford
Seeking to promote broader and more relevant approaches to economics
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