There will be no Economic Sociology Seminar on October 14. We look forward to seeing you at MIT on October 21 for Alexandra Killewald (Harvard, Sociology): "New Evidence against a Causal Marriage Wage Premium."
Work, Organizations, and Markets (WOM) Seminar presentation by Pat Satterstrom (HBS).
Power hierarchies are ubiquitous and difficult to change, reinforced by conscious and unconscious factors as well as social-structural systems. Despite these forces that lend stability to hierarchies, there is evidence that power structures can change. Yet we know little about the micro-processes that unfold over time that help create such change. I conduct a 31-month ethnographic investigation into these processes in “change...
Research interests: Political sociology, law and society, economic sociology, sociology of media and information technologies, sociology of work, labor and labor movements, science and technology studies, development, and Chinese studies