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Bibliography on Economic Sociology

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Naar een nieuwe economische sociologie

by: dr. Albert Benschop
(Sociology Department, Amsterdam)



  1. Abolafia, Mitchell [1996]
    Making Markets: Opportunism and Restraint on Wall Street.
    Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

  2. Akerlof, George
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    • [1997] Social Distance and Social Decisions.
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  3. Akerlof, George / Yellen, Janet [1986]
    Efficiency Wage Models of the Labor Markt.
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  4. Alchian, Armen
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    • [1977] Economic Forces at Work.
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    Production, Information Costs, and Economic Organization.
    American Economic Review 62:777-95. Opgenomen in: Demsetz 1988.

  6. Aldrich, Howard E. [1992]
    Incommensurable Paradigms? Signs from Three Perspectives.
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  7. Aoki, M. [1984]
    The Co-operative Game Theory of the Firm.
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  8. Arendt, Hanna [1981]
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  9. Arrow, Kenneth J.
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    • [1971] Essays in the Theory of Risk Bearing.
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    • [1972] Gifts and Exchanges.
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    • [1973] Information and Economic Behavior.
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    • [1974] The Limits of Organizations.
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    • [1975] Thorstein Vebler as an Economic Theorist.
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    • [1985] The Economics of Agency.
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  10. Bader, Veit [1991]
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  11. Bader, V.M. / Benschop, A. [1988]
    Ongelijk-Heden. Protheorie van sociale ongelijkheid en collectief handelen. Deel 1.
    Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff.

  12. Bader, V.M. / Berger, J. / Ganzmann, H. e.a. [1976]
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    The Functions of the Executive.
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  14. Baumol, William [1968]
    Entrepreneurship in Economic Theory.
    American Economic Review 58:64-71.

  15. Becker, Gary S.
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    • [1976] The Economic Approach to Human Behavior.
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  17. Beckert, Jens
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    • [1997] Vertrag und soziale Gerechtigkeit: Emile Durkheims Theorie der Integration moderner Gesellschaften.
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  18. Benschop, Albert

  19. Biggart, Nicole W., (ed.) [2002]
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  20. Blau, Peter [1964]
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  21. Blaug, Mark [1986]
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  22. Boekema, F.W.M. / Kamann, D.J.F. (red.) [1989]
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    • [1983] Ökonomisches Kapital, kulturelles Kapital, soziales Kapital.
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    • [1997] Le champ economique.
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  26. Bowles, Samuel
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      American Ecnomic Review 75:16-36.

    • [1998] Endogenous Preferences: The Cultural Consequences of Markets and Other Economic Institutions.
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  27. Bowles, Samuel / Gintes, Herbert
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    • [1990b] Reply to Our Critics.
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    • [1993] The Revenge of Homo Economicus: Contested Exchange and the Revival of Political Economy.
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  28. Braverman, Harry [1974]
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  29. Brinton, M / Nee, V. (eds.) [1997]
    The New Institutionalism in Sociology.
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  30. Bruhns, Hinerk [1996]
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  31. Burns, Tom [1986]
    The Shaping of Social Organization.

  32. Burt, Ronald
    • [1982] Toward a Structural Theory of Action. Network Models of Social Structure, Perception, and Action.
      New York: Academic Press.

    • [1988] The Stability of American Markets.
      American Journal of Sociology 94: 356-95.

    • [1992] Structural Holes. The Social Structure of Competition.
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    • [1993] The Social Structure of Competition.
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    • [2000] The Network Structures of Social Capital [pdf]
      To appear in Research in Organizational Behavior, edited by Robert I. Sutton and Barry M. Staw, Jai Press, 2000.
      A position paper on the network structure of social capital. Burt argues that research and theory will be better cumulate across studies if we focuson the network mechanisms responsible for social capital effects (such as protection within cloased networkds and brokerage across structural holes) rather than trying to integrate across metaphors of social capital loosely tied to distant empirical indicators. Social capital is clearly a function of brokerage across structural holes than closure within a network, but there are contingency factors.

    • [2001] Structural Holes versus Network Closure as Social Capital [pdf]
      In Social Capital: Theory and Research, edited by Nan Lin, Karen S. Cook, and Ronald S. Burt, Il: Aldine de Gruyter, 2001.
      Two network structures might create social capital. The closure argument is that social capital is created by a network of strongly interconnected elements. The structural hole argument is that social capital is created by a network in which people can broker connnections between otherwise disconnected segments. Burt argues that there is replicated empirical evidence on the social capital of structural holes, and that the contradiction between network closure and structural holes can be resolved in a more general network model of social capital. Brokerage across structural holes is the source of value added, but closure can be critical to realizing the value buried in structural holes.



  33. Caldari, Katia [2010]
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  34. Callon, Michel (ed.) [1998]
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  35. Casson, Marc [1997] Culture, Social Norms and Economics. Chettenham: Edward Elgar.

  36. Cetina, Karin Knorr/Preda, Alex (ed.) [2004]
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  37. Chandler, Alfred D.
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  39. [1990] Scale and Scope: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism.
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  40. Child, John [1987]
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  41. Ciborra, C.U. [1993]
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  42. Circourcel, A. [1968]
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  43. Clark, I. [1954]
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  44. Clegg, S. [1983]
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  45. Coase, Ronald H.
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    • [1984] The New Institutional Economics.
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  46. Colander, D.C. (ed.) [1984]
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  47. Coleman, James S.
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    • [1986a] Individual interest and Collective Action.
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    • [1986b] Social Theory, Social Research, and a Theory of Action.
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    • [1988] The Role of Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital.
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    • [1990] Foundations of Social Theory.
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  49. Collins, Randall [1997]
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  50. Commons, John R.
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  51. Conner, K.R. [1991]
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  53. Cyert, Richard M. / March, James J. [1963]
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  54. Davis, J. Ronnie [1990]
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  55. DiMaggio, Paul, (ed.) [2001]
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  56. Dobbin, Frank
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  57. Dodd, Nigel [1994] The Sociology of Money. Cambridge: Polity Press.

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  60. Drucker, Peter F.
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    • [1990] The New Realities.
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  62. Eccles, Robert G.
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    • [1981] The Transfer Pricing Problem: A Theory for Practice.
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  65. Etzioni, Amitai
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    • [1988] The Moral Dimension: Toward a New Economics.
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  66. Fama, Eugene F.
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  68. Featherstone, M. [1991]
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  69. Fineman, Stehpan [1993/6]
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  71. Fligstein, Neil [1996]
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  74. Gagliardi, Francesca [2008]
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