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Australian sociologists have barely engaged with the resurgence of economic sociology in the USA and Europe. It might be argued that this lack of engagement arises from a robust local agenda, immune from metropolitan fashions. This article argues that this is not the case. Rather, it arises from...
Recent work in the sociology of financial markets has invoked the concept of the postsocial relationship as a way of theorizing the attachment of traders to financial markets, and the nature of their interactions with them. In this article, the use by share traders of the trading style known as...
National Competition Policy (NCP), legislated in Australia in 1995, has arguably been the single most consequential economic policy over the past decade. Yet it has largely escaped sociological analysis. This article investigates how the concept of the public interest in NCP has actually had the...
Entrepreneurs are mostly ignored by classical and neo-classical economic theory but they resonate as an archetype of neo-liberalism. Our understanding of the attitudes and practices of entrepreneurs tends to come from management literature and business journalism. Consequently, our understanding...
This article examines the close relationship between the Australian and New Zealand business communities to ask whether the relationship is best characterized as simply a bi-lateral trading relationship, or whether there is evidence of the formation of a transnational business community. This...
Systematic `cultural economy' analysis is a recent development in a long history of sociological thought about the relationship between economy and culture. Two recent benchmark texts demonstrate various innovative ways of doing cultural economy. However, we believe these books betray ambiguity...
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