Economic Sociology in Europe.

Hrgs. Andrea Maurer, Sebastian Nessel and Alberto Veira-Ramis. Routledge.

This volume examines the interplay of society and economy against the backdrop of recent crises as well as technological, political and social change in Europe. Covering a range of case studies from different European countries and regions, the contributions analyse the effects of recent challenges such as the Corona Pandemic, the rise of economic nationalism, the functioning of illegal markets, as well as changes in markets and other economic institutions. The book presents the current state of European economic sociological perspectives as well as an overview of the latest theoretical and methodological advancements in the field. It will appeal to students and scholars of economic sociology, economics, political science, political economy, and comparative capitalism research.

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