The Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology (LSES) was established at HSE University in 2006 to promote economic and sociological research and actively use research results in teaching. In addition, the Laboratory aims to help build a professional community of economic sociologists by involving early career researchers and teachers, as well as engage high achieving students in research and teaching.
HSE University’s Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology has held its traditional Christmas Film Seminar. This year it was dedicated to one of the most discussed films of the year — Steven Soderbergh's prophetic Contagion. A report from our news service explains how the 2011 Hollywood blockbuster managed to predict the events of 2020, which generation will be most affected by the pandemic, and why reality has become fiction.
Psychology and the Social Effect of Alcohol Consumption: The Latest ‘Sociology of Markets’ Seminar Held at HSE University
Experts from the Laboratory for Labour Market Studies presented a report entitled ‘The Impact of Non-Cognitive Characteristics on Alcohol Consumption’ at HSE University. They talked about how different character traits affect the degree of dependence on alcohol.
We are glad to inform you that the 99th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 21, no 3, 2020) has been published.
Dear colleagues, We are glad to inform you that the 96th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 20, no 5, 2019) has been published!
Coca-Cola has invested over $6 billion in the Russian economy according to data published in a new study by the HSE Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology (LSES).
Dear colleagues, We are glad to inform you that the 95th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 20, no 4, 2019) has been published!
Dear colleagues,We are glad to inform you that the 93rd issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 20, no 2, 2019) has been published.
The Institute for the Rule of Law at the European University at Saint-Petersburg is proud to announce a writing contest in partnership with the Journal of Economic Sociology. We seek to identify the best unpublished articles in empirical legal studies.
Empirical legal studies (ELS) is an interdisciplinary field that engages in empirical research of law. Building on and borrowing from social sciences, ELS comprises law and society, law and economics, socio-legal studies, as well as law and development research. All these fields study legal institutions, law enforcement, legislation, law in books and in action with the aid of empirical data (quantitative or qualitative).