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SER Café

SER Café is a forum where you can virtually meet the authors of papers recently published in Socio-Economic Review (SER). The first SER Café of 2023 will be held on Thursday, February 9! We will be speaking with Ekaterina Svetlova (University of Twente) and Akos Rona-Tas (UC San Diego) about the relationship between technology, economy, and society.

Future Directions in Socio-Economics 2023

Announcing the incoming editorial team of SASE’s blog, Future Directions in Socio-Economics, and a sketch of the year in articles to come.

Doing a PhD while the house is on fire? How to navigate academic development at a time of unprecedented crisis

This free online seminar offers a platform for PhD researchers to discuss issues of professional development, research ethics and personal positioning in a time of unprecedented climate, ecological and social uncertainty and crisis

Workshop on Law & Political Economy in Latin America

Deadline: 15 Mar. – The University of Sao Paulo Faculty of Law and the Fundacao Getulio Vargas School of Law invite paper submissions for a workshop on Law & Political Economy in Latin America, to take place in São Paulo from 24-25 July, just after the SASE conference in Rio!

On Editing a Journal: An Interview with the New Chief Editors of Socio-Economic Review

The latest issue of Accounts features an interview with SER Chief Editors Alya Guseva and Akos Rona-Tas on digitalization, new initiatives, DEI, and more.

2023 Call for Executive Council Nominations

The Nominations Committee announces an open call for nominations. All current SASE members may nominate other scholars (SASE members and non-members alike) or themselves.

2023 Alice Amsden Book Award: Call for Nominations

SASE invites nominations for its 2023 Alice Amsden Book Award for an outstanding scholarly book that breaks new ground in the study of socio-economics. The deadline for nominations is 15 February 2023.

SER Call for Special Issue Proposals

Socio-Economic Review is pleased to invite proposals for either of the thematic Special Issues to be published in 2023 or 2024. Deadline: 31 July

SASE Thanks Founder Amitai Etzioni

In his farewell message, Amitai Etzioni has shared links to his personal account of the trials he underwent as an activist professor and a video in which he gives a concise overview of his life story. In the context of this retirement, Prof. Etzioni also took steps to ensure the future of SASE with a very generous donation to the organization. SASE is deeply indebted to Prof. Etzioni’s energy and generosity, both for the impetus of creating the organization in the first place, and for his timely donation to help the organization move confidently into the future.

Call for Papers: Socio-Economic Review Special Issue on Gender and Wealth Accumulation

SER invites paper submissions for its upcoming special issue, “Gender and Wealth Accumulation: An Intersectional and International Perspective,” guest edited by Céline Bessière and Maude Pugliese.

Digit Debates – 4 talks in November

The Digit Debates series of online talks returns this November with events every Wednesday on how digital technologies are transforming work.

Book Launch: Global Production, National Institutions, and Skill Formation

Join Marius Busemeyer, Christel Lane, Ben Ross Schneider, and Gregory Jackson for the hybrid launch of Merve Sancak’s new book, “Global Production, National Institutions, and Skill Formation”.

2022 SASE Election Results

We are excited to announce SASE’s new President-Elect, Treasurer, and our new and re-elected Executive Council members!

The World Politics of Social Investment

Three chapters from the newly published, two-volume The World Politics of Social Investment, edited by Julian L. Garritzmann, Silja Häusermann, and Bruno Palier, are available in open access.

Interview with SASE President Jacqueline O’Reilly

What has anarchism and activism got to do with socio-economics? How does someone get from attending the first SASE conference to becoming the organization’s president? What is the role of academic societies in these insecure times? In this interview, Jacqueline O’Reilly reflects on her eventful stint as SASE President.

2022 David Marsden Best Paper Prize

The jury is delighted to announce its unanimous decision to award the inaugural David Marsden Best Paper Prize to “So near and yet so far: a new look at the comparison of the French and British models”, written by Thomas Amossé (CNAM, Lise, CEET), Héloïse Petit (CNAM, Lirsa, CEET), Alex Bryson (University College London), and John Forth (City University London).

Interview: “Connecting the Dots” Mini-Conference at SASE 2022

Blog editor Melike Arslan interviews the organizers of the 2022 mini-conference “Connecting the Dots between Global Capitalism and National Capitalisms”.

New Perspectives on Deindustrialization as Socio-Economic Disintegration

Blog Chief Editor Gábor Scheiring and co-author Anne-Marie Jeannet present a case for considering deindustrialization as a form of socio-economic disintegration in preparation for their mini-conference on the subject.

SASE 2022 Alice Amsden Best Book Award

We’re proud to announce this year’s Alice Amsden Best Book Award winner and honorable mentions

Book Review: You’re Paid What You’re Worth and Other Myths of the Modern Economy

PhD candidate and former SASE Blog Chief Editor Laura Adler review’s Jake Rosenfeld’s recent book “You’re Paid What You’re Worth and Other Myths of the Modern Economy”.

2022 Elinor Ostrom Prize Shortlist

Click through to view the shortlisted articles (with links!)

Democratic central banking: Danger or salvation?

If you’re able to come to Amsterdam a few days early, this conference on democratizing central banking taking place July 7-8 is open to general participation.

SER Café: A New Discussion Forum

SASE is proud to sponsor SER Café, a new online, real-time discussion forum where members of the audience can virtually meet and interact with the authors of one or two papers recently published in Socio-Economic Review. The inaugural SER Café will take place on 3 June at 4pm UTC.

2022 SER Best Article Prize

We are delighted to announce the winner of this year’s SER Best Article Prize: “Creating crony capitalism: neoliberal globalization and the fuelling of corruption” by Bernhard Reinsberg, Alexander Kentikelenis, and Thomas Stubbs.

DAAD Program of project-related exchange of people

The Federal University of Goiás (UFG) is looking for partners from educational institutions based in Germany to participate in the CAPES/DAAD-Probral program. In particular, the UFG is looking for researchers in the areas of applied economics (agribusiness, labor economics, innovation economics, health economics, quantitative methods and industrial organization).

Emergency Online Teaching: Employability Enhancer or Labor Market Barrier?

Blog editor Javier Baquero considers the implications of emergency online teaching for university graduates entering the labor market.

Network O GVC Conversations 2022 Webinar Series

The new season of Network O (Global Value Chains) webinar series continues on May 5th!

Launch of Global Political Economy Journal

The new journal Global Political Economy will be launching  at the Limerick mid-term conference for the Critical Political Economy Research Network.

Torsten Geelan on British Trade Unions, Social Media and the People’s Assembly Against Austerity

Network I co-organizer Torsten Geelan writes the introduction to a new special issue of New Technology, Work and Employment.

SASE Blog Chief Editor Gabor Scheiring Wins George Blazyca Prize

Gabor Scheiring has been awarded the George Blazyca Prize for his book The Retreat of Liberal Democracy: Authoritarian Capitalism and the Accumulative State in Hungary (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).

Gaya Herrington: Exploring the Limits to Growth Model

On 11 March, the Network for a New Political Economy will be hosting Gaya Herrington for a free online event on her research into the Limits to Growth.

Price Gouging During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Questions for Socio-Economic Research

Blog editor Melike Arslan explores the moral economy of price gouging during the Covid-19 pandemic.

SASE Women and Gender Forum (WAG) Call for Volunteers

The SASE Women and Gender Forum is looking for volunteers to further develop the group and help organize online and in-person events at the annual meetings.

Network for a New Political Economy Events

The Network for a New Political Economy is hosting three hybrid and virtual events this semester. Click through for more information and to register for the events (24 Feb., and 11 Mar., and 29 Apr.).

Interview with Socio-Economic Review’s New Chief Editors, Akos Rona-Tas and Alya Guseva

SASE Blog editor Ke Nie speaks with the new Chief Editors of Socio-Economic Review, Akos Rona-Tas and Alya Guseva, about the journal’s past and their plans for its future.

2022 David Marsden Network G Best Paper Prize

The David Marsden Best Paper Award is a prize for a paper submitted to Network G: Labor Markets, Education and Human Resources, in commemoration of Professor David Marsden who founded and coordinated the Network.

Network O’s GVC Conversations 2022 Webinar Series

The new season of Network O (Global Value Chains) webinar series continues on May 5th!

Fourth Annual Women in Macroeconomics Conference: Who is the ‘individual’ in Macroeconomics?

Virtual event on 9 Dec. – Register for free for the Fourth Annual Women in Macroeconomics Conference: “Who is the ‘individual’ in Macroeconomics?”

Santos Ruesga on SASE/RISE Regional Meetings and More

President Elect Santos Ruesga speaks on the upcoming SASE/RISE regional conference, neoliberalism, COVID, and more.

Transforming Capitalism: Paradox or Opportunity? Hybrid Event

Julia Ott and Rebecca Henderson will debate the (im)possibilities of transforming or reforming capitalism “from within” in a hybrid panel chaired by Lara Monticelli on December 9th from 15.30-17.00 (CET).

Future Directions in Socio-Economics 2022

The new editors of SASE’s blog, Future Directions in Socio-Economics, lay out their editorial vision for the year to come and beyond.

Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining to the Rescue of Low Pay Workers? The Case of Germany

An overview of the forthcoming paper, “Trade unions, bargaining coverage and low pay: a multilevel test of institutional effects on low-pay risk in Germany”, by Chiara Benassi and Tim Vlandas – to be published in Work, Employment and Society.

Virtual Sessions, Real Connections: Thoughts on the 2021 Annual Meeting

SASE Executive Director Emerita Martha Zuber reflects on the SASE 2021 virtual conference

Mark Granovetter on the social foundations of the economy

Mark Granovetter speaks with SASE Executive Director Emerita Martha Zuber about his most recent book, Society and Economy: Framework and Principles (Vol. 1)

We grieve the loss of Professor David Marsden

The Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) community is deeply saddened by the death of Professor David Marsden.

EAEPE Virtual Event: COVID responses and the managerial threat to Higher Education

EAEPE, in collaboration with SASE, ESA CPERN, BISA IPEG, IIPPE is hosting a discussion with Henry Giroux, Laura Horn and Sam Dallyn on Thursday, 8 July at 16.00 London time. This will be followed by 20 minutes of Q&A.

The “Long Covid” of American Higher Education

Laura Adler considers the nested effects of Covid-19 on academia in the short-, medium-, and long-term.

The Socio-Economics of Illiberalism: Culture and Economy Are Not Alternative Explanations

Gábor Scheiring broadens the standard “culturalist” and “political-economic” views on illiberalism by framing them as dynamically related to one another

Cooperadio – The Global Cooperation Podcast

The KHK/Centre for Global Cooperation Research has a podcast! The first three episodes of their six-part series are already available

2021 SER Best Article Prize

We are delighted to announce the 2021 SER Best Article Prize winners