(Just a Workshop on Organizations, Institutions, and Economic Sociology)

Fall 1999

All workshops meet in 2-C-8 Green Hall on the dates specified below from 12:15 to 1:30.

Monday, September 27

Frank Dobbin
(Princeton University) and
Tim Dowd (Emory)

"“Antitrust and The Market for Corporate Control: Railroading 1825-1922."

Monday, October 4

Jean-Claude Passeron
(Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris)

"Economics within Sociology: Pareto Revisited."” Co-sponsored with the Culture and Inequality Workshop

Monday, October 11

Paula England
(University of Pennsylvania)
and Sara McLanahan (Princeton University)

"The Sex Gap in Poverty in Modern Nations: Single Motherhood, The Market, and the State"

Tuesday, October 26

Michel Callon
(Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines, Paris)

"Economics, Sociology, and Science.” Co-sponsored with the Culture and Inequality Workshop

Monday, November 15

Brad Wilcox
(Princeton University)

"Religion and Men’s Household Labor in Marriage"

Monday, November 29

Erin Kelly
(Princeton University)

"Clear Laws and Compliance? Employers’ Family Leave Policies Before and After the Family and Medical Leave Act"

Monday, December 13

Olav Velthius
(Erasmus University, Rotterdam)

"The Meaning of Prices for Art"

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