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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. 

Journal of Economic Sociology - New Issue (Vo.17. No.1. 2016)

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/ 

Collusion and Corruption: an Experimental Study of Russian Police. New Working Paper by A. Belianin and L. Kosals!

LSES and Web of Science!

Electronic Journal "Economic Sociology" published by Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology has been included into the Russian Science Citation Index launched on the Web of Science platform! 

LSES' projects got included Top 15. HSE's Most Interesting Research in 2015

Opec.ru  announced the list of the most impressive and fruiful  HSE studies in social sciences in year 2015.  "The Russian-speaking Freelance Marketplace in 2009 to 2014" by Denis Strebkov, Andrey Shevchuk, Marina Spirina and "Collusion and corruption: an experimental study of Russian police" by Alexis Belianin and Leonid Kosals have met the list.

Journal of Economic Sociology - New Issue (vol. 16, no 5, 2015)

77th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology has been published. In this issue:

- An Interview with Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier "Market Mechanism and Consumer Choice"

-New text by Zabaev I. V., Zueva A. V., Koloshenko Y. A. "Humility and The Gift: The Elective Affinity of Institutions and Ethics in Orthodox Parishes"

-Book Review by Gudova E. A. “All Power to the Imagination!”: A Leftist Critique of Bureaucratic Violence,Technologies and Rationality" On: Graeber D. 2015. The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity,and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy. New York: Melville House

- and other materials.

Journal of Economic Sociology’s website: http://ecsoc.hse.ru/en/   

Lecture by Thomas Piketty, a famous French economist

On November 26, Thomas Piketty, a famous French economist, delivered a lecture at HSE and presented the Russian edition of his best-selling book Capital in the Twenty-First Century. The event was organized by HSE Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology and Moscow Centre for Franco-Russian Research (Centre d’études franco-russe de Moscou - CEFR) with the support of French Embassy in Russia and French Institute (Institut Français).

Journal of Economic Sociology - New Issue (vol. 16, no 4, 2015)

The 76th issue of Journal of Economic Sociology (vol. 16, no 4, 2015) has been published. In this issue you can find: 
- interview with Dr. Prof. Katharina Bluhm. Economic Actors and Liberal Dependent Capitalism;
- new text of Ivan Zabaev, The Economic Ethics of Contemporary Russian Orthodox Christianity: A Weberian Perspective;
- new Russian-language translation of the first chapter of Dani Rodrik’s book Economics Rules: The Rights and Wrongs of the Dismal Science;
- new paper of Alexander Kondakov, The Uncomfortable Law: Why the Civil Code of Russia is a Constraint for International Business;
- and other texts.

Journal of Economic Sociology’s website: http://ecsoc.hse.ru/en/ 

Corporate Social Responsibility Brings Benefits to Business. Research by Olga Kuzina and Marina Chernyshova

International companies engage in social responsibility in order to to improve their reputation, be more competitive, and to gain political benefits and some degree of control over society. In Russia, however, businesses convert social investment into informal privileges granted to them by government, according to a paper by Olga Kuzina, LSES Senior Researcher, Professor of the HSE Department of Economic Sociology, and Marina Chernysheva, postgraduate student at the same department. In details....

Journal of Economic Sociology - new issue (2015.16(2))

Supplements (in English)
Conversation with Mark Mizruchi:“There is Very Little Organizational Theory Left in Sociology Departments”(interviewed by Igor Chirikov)P. 110–118  
Jagdish N. Sheth, Atul Parvatiyar, Mona Sinha. he Conceptual Foundations of Relationship Marketing: Review and Synthesis
P. 119–149  
Vadim Radaev. Bringing Marketing Back to Markets Book review: Araujo L., Finch J., Kjellberg H. (eds) (2010) Reconnecting Marketing to Markets, Oxford: Oxford University Press
P. 150–154 

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