Economic Sociology and Organizations

2014 Feb 13

Work, Organizations, and Markets Seminar (SOC 3326 / HBSDOC 4911)

The long-standing interdisciplinary research workshop on Work, Organizations, and Markets (WOM) brings together faculty and graduate students from several Harvard departments and programs in the social sciences that study organizational phenomena, especially the Sociology Department and the GSAS Joint Program in Organizational Behavior. Its subject matter includes all three levels of analysis of concern in organizational research: individual behavior and interaction in organizational settings; the structure and action of organizations as collectivities; and the characteristics of groups...

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Economic Sociology Seminar (w/ MIT) (SOC 3308)

Inaugurated at the MIT Sloan School of Management in 1997, the Economic Sociology Seminar aims to be the home for cutting-edge economic sociology in the greater Boston social science research community. Since 2003, the seminar has been jointly run by faculty from the Sloan School's Economic Sociology Program and the Harvard Department of Sociology. Meeting at MIT and Harvard in alternating weeks during the academic year, presenters and participants represent a diverse array of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches. What we share is a commitment to engage the array of...

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2013 Nov 15

Vince Feng - "Sociocultural Variation in Financial Pricing: Perpetuation of Maoist Inequities under a Market Allocation System" and Xiaohong Xu - "Belonging Before Believing: Bloc Recruitment and Group Ethos in the Making of Chinese Communism"

12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

WJH 1550

A History, Culture and Society Workshop presentation

Vince Feng, PhD candidate, Harvard University

Sociocultural Variation in Financial Pricing: Perpetuation of Maoist Inequities under a Market Allocation System

Xiaohong Xu, PhD candidate, Yale University

Belonging Before Believing: Bloc Recruitment and Group Ethos in the Making of Chinese Communism

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