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Economic Sociology: State of Play and Fault Lines for Future Research

Economic Sociology Forum – Thursday 23rd July, University of Sydney Anoushka Benbow-Buitenhuis, RMIT University Since the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, mainstream neoclassical economics as the dominating discourse has been challenged across the social and economic sciences. Influential works by economists Thomas Piketty and Joseph Stiglitz have enjoyed commercial success and helped to legitimize discussion about […]

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‘Gramsci’s “Integral State”: Securing Neoliberalism in Australia’

Elizabeth Humphrys Some paths to an event seem particularly labyrinthine, which only adds to the joy once a project reaches an unexpected destination. When Adam David Morton arrived to take up his Professorship at Sydney in 2014, it coincided with a merging and re-foundation of a number of local Capital reading groups. A group of […]

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So what is the Sociology of Economic Life thematic group?

TASA’s Sociology of Economic Life thematic group has a new digital home! This year we decided to incorporate our standalone thematic group website in to the revamped TASA site, to better integrate the group and its activities in to the association. So, welcome! We hope you have time to look around the resources we have […]

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Economic Sociology Forum

Economic Sociology: State of Play and Fault Lines for Future Research SPEAKERS: Emerita Professor Raewyn Connell, University of Sydney Professor Gabrielle Meagher, Macquarie University Dr Ben Spies-Butcher, Macquarie University Professor Jocelyn Pixley, Macquarie University Professor Michael Gilding, Swinburne University The case for economic sociology is stronger than ever. Internationally, there have been challenges to mainstream […]

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Economic Sociology

The Sociology of Economic Life Thematic Group have members from around Australia and overseas. You can view a list of current members here.

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