SASE Conference

by Henry on February 9, 2004

The Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, or “SASE”: is a fun crowd of people; the society’s president is Colin Crouch, who taught me most of what I know about the relationship between economy and society when I was doing my Ph.D. They’re running a “conference”: this year in Washington DC, July 8-11, on the theme, “Private Powers and Public Domains: Redefining Relations Among States, Markets, and Societies.” Highly recommended for renegade economists, maverick sociologists and geographers, and political theorists with a practical bent; paper submissions are due by March 1.

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Jeremy Osner 02.10.04 at 2:41 pm

Remember to include a SASE with your submission.

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