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.

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Annual Report (2020)
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Section Council 

Chair: Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Chair-Elect: Emily Anne Erikson, Yale University
Past Chair: Emily A. Barman, Loyola University-Chicago
Section Secretary/Treasurer: Neha Gondal, Boston University
Melike Arslan, Northwestern University (Student Representative)
Adam Goldstein, Princeton University
Daniel G. Fridman, University of Texas-Austin
Carly Knight, New York University
Roi Livne, University of Michigan
Elena Obukhova, McGill University
Nathan Wilmers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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