The CSES Working Papers Series is a timely and effective outlet for papers prior to their hardcopy publication. The series is co-edited by Victor Nee and Richard Swedberg, editor of the acclaimed Handbook of Economic Sociology.
Submissions may be sent by hardcopy to the CSES main office or, preferably, by e-mail attachment (Word or .pdf file) to Richard Swedberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
68. Victor Nee and Sonja Opper
“Markets and Institutional Change in China”
67. Todd Arthur Bridges
“Governing Shades of Grey: The Emergence of Market Governance in the Absence of a Formal Institutional Environment”
66. Victor Nee and Hilary Holbrow
“Why Asian Americans are Becoming Mainstream”
65. Victor Nee and Michael Siemon
64. Sonja Opper, Stefan Brehm, and Victor Nee
“The Institutional Basis of Leadership Recruitment in China: Factions versus Performance”
63. Richard Swedberg
“The Role of Confidence in the European Debt Crisis”
62. Michael Spiller, Annette Bernhardt, Jason Perelshteyn, and Douglas Heckathorn, et. al.
“Sampling, Fielding, and Estimation in the 2008 Unregulated Work Survey”
61. Jun Ando
“Dual-Earner Couples’ Housework Behavior in Japan: Exchange, Display, or 'Her Money'?”
60. Håkan Holm, Victor Nee & Sonja Opper
“Entrepreneurs Under Uncertainty: An Economic Field Experiment”
59. Jun Ando
“Husbands' Housework Sharing Behavior in Japan: Field Experiments on Identity and Gender Display”
58. Richard Swedberg
“The Household Economy: A Complement or Alternative to the Market Economy?”
57. Christopher Yenkey
“Building Markets from Ethnically Fractionalized Networks: Recruiting New Investors into Kenya’s Nairobi Stock Exchange”
56. Richard Swedberg
“The Role of the Senses and Signs in the Economy: More on the Centrality of Materiality”
55. Francesco Ramella and Carlo Trigilia
“Firms and Territories in Innovation: Lessons from the Italian Case”
54. Richard Swedberg
“The Role of Confidence in Finance”
53. Victor Nee and Sonja Opper
“Endogenous Institutional Change and Dynamic Capitalism”
52. Douglas Savitsky
“Is Plea Bargaining a Rational Choice? Differential Subjective Decision Making as an Engine of Racial Stratification in the United States Prison System”
51. Richard Swedberg
"The Economic Sociologies of Pierre Bourdieu"
50. Richard Swedberg
"The Structure of Confidence and the Collapse of Lehman Brothers"
49. Victor Nee and Sonja Opper
"Political Capital in a Market Economy"”
48. Victor Nee
"Bottom-up Economic Development and the Role of the State”
47. Victor Nee
"The New Institutionalisms in Economics and Sociology"
46. Victor Nee and Richard Alba
"Assimilation as Rational Action"
45. Victor Nee, Jeong-Han Kang and Sonja Opper
"A Theory of Innovation: Market Transition, Property Rights,and Innovative Activity in China"
44. Victor Nee and Sonja Opper
"On Politicized Capitalism"
43. Victor Nee and Sonja Opper
"Bringing Market Transition Theory to the Firm"
42. Victor Nee and Sonja Opper
"Bureaucracy and Financial Markets"
41. Jared Peifer
"Religious Giving as a Response to Community"
40. Arnout van de Rijt
"The Matthew Effect in Immigrant Assimilation"
39. Christopher Yenkey
"Morality, Rationality, and the Social Meaning of Information: The Institutionalization of Transparency in U.S. Securities Markets"
38. Laura Ford
"Max Weber on Property: An Effort in Interpretive Understanding"
37. Douglas Heckathorn
"Extensions of Respondent-Driven Sampling: Analyzing Continuous Variables and Controlling for Differential Recruitment Using Dual-Component Sampling Weights"
36. Jeong-han Kang
"A Typology of Organizational Behavior and Its Application to Diversification: U.S. Venture Capital Firms, 1980–2004"
35. Victor Nee, Sonja Opper, and Sonia Wong
"Developmental State and Corporate Governance in China"
34. Li Ma
"Deinstitutionalization of the Hukou System and Social Change in China"
33. Edward Carberry
"The Use of Employee Stock Options in India: The Institutionalization of Compensation Practices in the Global Technology Sector"
32. Edward Carberry
"The Symbolic Use of Stock Option Accounting: Defending Organizational Legitimacy after Enron"
31. Richard Swedberg
"Max Weber's Contribution to the Economic Sociology of Law"
30. Richard Swedberg
"The Centrality of Materiality: Economics and Technology from Xenophon and Onwards"
29. Richard Swedberg
"Interpretive Economic Sociology/Verstehende Wirtschaftssociologie: On the Relationship between Max Weber's "Basic Sociological Terms"
and his Economic Sociology"
28. Richard Swedberg
"Hope and Economic Development: The Case of 18th-Century Sweden"
27. Mabel Berezin and Juan Diez-Medrano
"Distance Matters: Place, Political Legitimacy and Popular Support for European Integration"
26. David Stark
"Tools of the trade: The socio-technology of arbitrage
in a Wall Street trading room"
25. Min-Dong Paul Lee and Sunghoon Kim
"From Cost to Resource: The Transformation and Diffusion of
Corporate Social Responsibility"
24. Victor Nee and Paul Ingram
"Embeddedness and Beyond: Institutions, Exchange, and Social Structure"
23. Richard Swedberg
"Tocqueville and the Spirit of American Capitalism"
22. Richard Swedberg
"The Toolkit of Economic Sociology"
21. Mabel Berezin
"Re-Asserting the National: The Paradox of Populism in Transnational Europe"
20. Victor Nee and Yang Cao
"Market Transition and the Firm: Institutional Change and Income Inequality in Urban China"
19. Neil Fligstein and Taekjin Shin
"Shareholder Value and the Transformation of the American Economy: 1984-2001"
18. Michael Lounsbury and Edward Carberry
"From King to Court Jester: Weber's Fall from Grace in Organizational Theory"
17. David Strang and Chang Kil Lee
"The International Diffusion of Public Sector Downsizing"
16. Debin Ma
"Industrial Revolution in the Prewar Lower Yangzi Region of China:
A Quantitative and Institutional Interpretation"
15. Hirokazu Miyazaki
"Economy of Dreams: The Production of Hope in Anthropology and Finance"
14. Siegwart Lindenberg
"Institutional Design and its Discontent: Coleman's Neglect of Social Rationality"
13. Oliver Williamson
"Transaction Cost Economics and Economic Sociology"
12. Mabel Berezin
"Emotions and the Economy"
11. Paul Ingram
"The Intergovernmental Network of World Trade:
IGO Connectedness, Governance and Embeddedness"
10. Douglas Heckathorn and Joan Jeffri
"Networks and Jazz"
9. Richard Swedberg
"Principles of Economic Sociology"
8. AnnaLee Saxenian
"Brain Circulation and Capitalist Dynamics:
The Silicon Valley-Hsinchu-Shanghai Triangle"
7. Gerald Davis and Christopher Marquis
"The Globalization of Stock Markets
and Convergence in Corporate Governance"
6. James N. Baron and Michael T. Hannan
"The Economic Sociology of Organizational
Entrepreneurship: Lessons from the Stanford
Project on Emerging Companies"
5. Richard Swedberg (Professor, Department of Sociology, Cornell)
"The Economic Sociology of Capitalism: An Introduction and Agenda"
4. Victor Nee (Goldwin Smith Professor, Department of Sociology, Cornell)
"The New Institutionalism in Economics and Sociology"
3. Francis Fukuyama (Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of International Political Economy, Johns Hopkins University)
"Still Disenchanted? The Modernity of Postindustrial Capitalism"
2. Richard Swedberg (Professor, Department of Sociology, Cornell)
"On the Conflicts of Interest in the Corporate Scandals of 2001-2002"
1. Victor Nee (Goldwin Smith Professor, Department of Sociology, Cornell)
"Economic Sociology of Institutional Change: Politicized Capitalism in China"