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.
Click through to watch SASE’s first Women and Gender Forum webinar—a talk by Dr. Francesca Sobande (Cardiff University).
This year’s winners are Elise S. Brezis and Joël Cariolle, for their article “The Revolving Door, State Connections, and Inequality of Influence in the Financial Sector,” published in the August 2019 issue of Journal of Institutional Economics.
We are delighted to announce that Nina Bandelj (University of California, Irvine) has been re-elected as SASE Treasurer. She will serve her second two-year term from 2020-2022.
Etienne Ollion, CNRS researcher, fluidly leads us through the underpinnings of AI. An avant-premier of the workshop on AI that he will give during the SASE Virtual meeting on July 19, 2020 at 12 noon EST.
We are pleased to announce the 2019 winner of the EHESS/Fondation France-Japon Best Paper Award
The winner of the inaugural Alice Amsden Book Award of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics is…
Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS), Program Director of SASE/Kyoto 2018, comments in Le Monde on the Japanese view of the Carlos Ghosn affair.
For those who have yet to encounter her formidable works, Alice Amsden was one of the most accomplished heterodox economists in the world, specialized in the field of economic development, as well as a consummate teacher.
Warm congratulations to Lara Monticelli for being awarded the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie post-doctoral fellowship!
“The Art of Deciding with Data: Evidence from How Employers Translate Credit Reports into Hiring Decisions” by SASE Early Career Workshop participant Barbara Kiviat was recognised with three awards at the 2018 annual American Sociological Association meeting!
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.