economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter, Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung (MPIfG)

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 381
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2021 "Crises" as catalysts for more sustainable futures? The case of the first oil crisis and the role of multilayered interpretative strugglesErgen, Timur; Suckert, Lisa
2021 Studying a (contested/concerned) market in the making: Voluntary offsetting, from UN climate talks to corporate sustainability departmentsEhrenstein, Véra; Valiergue, Alice
2021 Organizing for climate adaptation: Competing visions in BostonWissman-Weber, Nichole; Levy, David L.
2021 It's worth the trouble: On valuation studies and climate changeFrisch, Thomas; Laser, Stefan; Matthäus, Sandra; Schendzielorz, Cornelia
2021 The problem of compensation and moral economies of climate changeElliott, Rebecca
2021 Note from the editor: Climate change and contested (economic) futuresEngels, Anita
2020 Note from the editor: Taxing inequality and fiscal sociologyRóna-Tas, Ákos
2020 On the sociological approach to public financeQuinn, Sarah L.
2020 Switzerland as a laboratory for fiscal federalism and global fiscal governanceHuerlimann, Gisela
2020 Scandals, morality wars, and the field of reproductive surrogacy in UkraineGuseva, Alya
2020 Can the invisible welfare state redistribute?Martin, Isaac William
2020 The politics of subnational taxation in comparative perspectivePacewicz, Josh
2020 OpEd: Republicans play dirty because Republican policies are unpopularPrasad, Monica
2020 Note from the editor: Body, virus, morals, and scandalsRóna-Tas, Ákos
2020 How much is your health worth? A research agenda on valuation processes and markets for medicinesNouguez, Etienne
2020 OpEd: Death, economy, and the problem of excessLivne, Roi
2020 economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter, Volume 21, Number 1-3Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (Cologne)
2020 Interview with Benjamin SovacoolSovacool, Benjamin K.
2020 Stalemate for the financialization of climate policyChiapello, Ève
2020 Interview with Andy HoffmanHoffman, Andrew J.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 381
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