Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology (LSES) was established at the Higher School of Economics in 2006. The key objective of the Laboratory is the stimulation of economic and sociological research; a more active implementation of their results in the educational process; helping the integration of the professional community of economic sociologists as well as reinforcing it among young researchers and teachers; involving the high achieving students in research and teaching.
We are glad to inform you that the 85th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 18, no 4, 2017) has been published.
We are glad to inform you that the 82th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 18, no 1, 2017) has been published.
81th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 17, no 4, 2016) has been published.
Radaev, V. 2016. Divergent drinking patterns and factors affecting homemade alcohol consumption (the case of Russia) // International Journal of Drug Policy. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2016.04.016
Who is in Charge of Family Finances in the Russian Two-earner Households? New Article by Dilyara Ibragimova and Alya Guseva in Journal of Family Issues
Using a recent representative survey and supplemental interviews, authors investigate household money management and domestic power dynamics in contemporary Russian two-partner families.
78th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology has been published. In this issue:
-interview with Thomas Piketty: “One can Push History Out but It Immediately Comes in through the Window”;
-new text by Vadim Radaev, Relational Exchange and the Degree of Embeddedness: An Empirical Study of Supply Chains;
-book review by Daniel Shestakov, On Inequality of Outcomes. On: Piketty Т. (2015) Kapital v XXI veke [Capital in the Twenty-First Century], Moscow: Ad Marginem Press (in Russian);
-book review by Greg Yudin, Debt Books and a Book on Debts. Book Review on Graeber D. (2014) Dolg: pervye 5000 let istorii [Debt: First 5000 Years], Moscow: Ad Marginem Press (in Russian); tr. from: Graeber D. (2011) Debt: First 5000 Years. Brooklyn, New York: Melville House;
-and other texts.
Journal of Economic Sociology’s website: http://ecsoc.hse.ru/en/