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Theme: Global Reordering: Prospects for Equality, Democracy and Justice. The 2018 annual SASE conference in Kyoto will serve as an occasion for existing SASE networks, as well as new groupings in the form of mini-conferences, to explore the ways in which the processes of reordering occurring...
SASE’s 29th conference, to be held in Lyon from 29 June to 1 July 2017, will explore the various impacts of these new forms of exchange and production on different sectors in a comparative way. It will inquire about the future of the collaborative (and disruptive) economy – will it really...
The 2016 SASE conference in Berkeley, California will seek contributions that explore the relationship between economy and morality from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives, reaching back to SASE's origins and moving forward into new territories.
The 2015 SASE Annual Meeting seeks contributions that explore inequality, its structure, its sources, its ideological legitimations, and its politics. In keeping with SASE’s comparative and international perspective, contributions that examine these issues locally, regionally, nationally, and...
The 2014 SASE Annual Meeting seeks contributions that explore the different social and institutional bases of modern capitalism, and how these are variably established locally, nationally, regionally, and globally. Historical and/or comparative research designs are especially welcome, as are...
The current crisis is no exception: active policy responses have been deployed across the world, from China and Brazil to the USA; in Europe, states are paying a huge price to support their banks, while the European fiscal crisis has led to unprecedented austerity measures in many southern and...
The 2012 conference aims to address issues raised by these broad questions concerning global shifts. Within the well-established remit of SASE, participants are invited to submit theoretical and empirical contributions, at multiple levels of analysis from the local to the global, drawing from...
This year’s conference aims to take stock of current debates on transformations of contemporary capitalism and competing approaches to the relationship between actors, institutions, and processes in their explanation. We welcome both theoretical and empirical contributions, covering a wide...
The theme of the SASE 2008 meeting is suggested by Karl Polanyis The Great Transformation. Polanyi interprets the history of industrial society in the 19th and 20th centuries in terms of a pendulum-like "double movement." One side of that movement is toward free and flexible markets that...
The conference will focus on the social and economic transformations occurring at various levels, with particular attention to the interplay between these levels and to the distinct processes of change that may derive from it.
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