American Sociological Association

Economic Sociology

The purpose of the Section on Economic Sociology is to promote the sociological study of the production, distribution, exchange, and consumption of scarce goods and services. It does so by facilitating the exchange of ideas, information, and resources among economic sociologists, by stimulating research on matters of both theoretical and policy interest, by assisting the education of undergraduate and graduate students, and by communicating research findings to policy makers and other external audiences.

Section Officers & Council

Officers

Chair: Nancy DiTomaso, Rutgers University 2017
Section Secretary/Treasurer: Rachel E. Dwyer, The Ohio State University 2019
Past Chair: Alya Guseva, Boston University 2017
Chair-Elect: Frederick F. Wherry, Yale University 2017
Student Representative: Angelina Grigoryeva, Princeton University 2017
Student Representative: Kelly Russell, University of Michigan 2018

Section Council

Marc J. Ventresca, University of Oxford 2017
Nitsan Chorev, Brown University 2019
Emily A. Barman, Boston University 2017
Emily Anne Erikson, Yale University 2019
Simone Polillo, University of Virginia 2018
Lauren Rivera, Northwestern University 2018

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