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Economic Sociology (SOCG305)

Course description

Economic sociology is the study of the social foundations of economic behavior. In contrast to conventional economics, which views human behavior as interest-driven and atomistic, the economic sociology perspective is that economic action is social action and that economic institutions are socially and historically constructed. In this course, we will examine how social relations and institutions influence a wide variety of economic practices. We will use both classical and contemporary persp...


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