27th Annual Meeting

Thursday, 2 July 2015

8:30 AM-10:00 AM


A-01
Author Meets Critics: "The New Normal: Finding a Balance Between Individual Rights and the Common Good" By Amitai Etzioni (Transaction Publishers 2014)
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society

Critics: Jieren Hu, Tongji University; Sebastian Kohl, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Julia Eva Morley, London School of Economics; Atilano Pena, University of A Corua
Book Author: Amitai Etzioni, GW University
Session Organizer: Jos A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid


B-01
Brazilian Industrial Policy in the 21st Century: Achievements, Challenges and Shortcomings
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Discussant: Ben Schneider, MIT
Session Organizers: Yuri Kasahara, Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research; Antonio Botelho, Iuperj / UCAM

Participants:
Policy-Entrepreneurship or Policy-Opportunism? the Diffusion of Local Content Requirements in Brazilian Industrial Policy
Yuri Kasahara, Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research; Antonio Botelho, Iuperj / UCAM
Brazilianization with Foreign Ownership: Oil Nationalism or New Policy?
Helge Ryggvik, Centre for Technology, Innovation, and Culture - University of Oslo

B-02
The New Spirit of Global Capitalism and the Culture of Neoliberalism in Asia
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizer: Hyun-Chin Lim, Seoul National University

Participants:
Neo-Confucian Ethics Thesis Reconsidered: Explaining Capitalist Dynamism in Asia
Hyun-Chin Lim, Seoul National University; Suk-man Hwang, Changwon National University; Kyusook Um, Kyunghee Cyber University
The Culture of Global Capitalism: A Case of Korean Wave
Jonghoe Yang, Sungkyunkwan University

C-01
Gender, Family/Work Arrangements, Working Time and Retention
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
The Work of the Commercial Flight Crew in Air Transportation: Constraints of Working Times and Gender
Anne Gillet, CNAM, Lise-CNRS; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq
What Impacts on Women's Working Time? Individual Factors and Beyond
Angelika Kuemmerling, University of Duisburg-Essen / Institute for Work, Skills and Training (IAQ); Dominik Postels, University of Duisburg-Essen / Institute for Work, Skills and Training (IAQ)
From Career Women to Working Mothers. New Inequalities in Family/Work Arrangements for Italian Lawyers.
Annalisa Tonarelli, Department of Political and Social Sciences; Franca Alacevich, Department of Political and Social Sciences

C-02
Gender, Wages and Pay Issues Part 1
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
How Families Constrain and Facilitate Low-Wage Working Women's Pursuit of Higher Education
Francine Meryl Deutsch, Mount Holyoke College; Sarah Joseph, Mount Holyoke College; Madison Richards, Mount Holyoke College
Contested Values: The Gendering of Body Work and the Undervaluation of Women's Labour
Rachel Lara Cohen, City University London; Carol Wolkowitz, University of Warwick

E-01
Inequality, Democracy and the Firm
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Isabelle Ferreras, University of Louvain/FNRS; Sanjay Pinto, Cornell Worker Institute

Participants:
Employee ownership in Britain
Andrew Pendleton, University of Durham; Andrew Robinson, University of Leeds
Comparing Worker Ownership and Control Across Countries
Isabelle Ferreras, University of Louvain/FNRS; Sanjay Pinto, Cornell Worker Institute

E-02
Strategies for Trade Union Renewal and Union Democracy
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
The Workers United? Preference Formation of European-Level Trade Union Organizations on the Freedom of Services
Martin Seeliger, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Ines Wagner, University of Duisburg-Essen
Conglomerate Unions and Union Democracy
Adrien Thomas, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research

F-01
Time-Use, Entrepreneurship, and MNEs
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Christopher Williams, Durham University Business School; Wendelien van Eerde, Amsterdam Business School

Participants:
A Time-Use Perspective on Entrepreneurial Initiatives in the Multinational Corporation
Christopher Williams, Durham University Business School; Wendelien van Eerde, Amsterdam Business School
Internal and External TIE Complementarity: Implications for Subsidiary Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets
Nathan Lupton, Fordham University; Christopher Williams, Durham University Business School

G-01
Demographic Change and Employment
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Katharina Jaik, University of Zurich / Chair of Prof. Uschi Backes-Gellner

Participants:
Demographic Change, Labour Market and Social Policies. Singularities of Southern Europe
Renata Semenza, University of Milan; Roberto Impicciatore, University of Milan
Germany: Older Workers on the Rise?
Martin Dietz, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Christopher Osiander, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Thomas Kruppe, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
A Bridge Employment for All? Looking at Retired Health-Care Workers of the Province of Quebec
Marie-Eve Dufour, Laval University; Tania Saba, University of Montreal

G-02
Education to Work Transitions
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Sudheer Gupta, Simon Fraser University

Participants:
Turbulent Transitions from School to Work in Canada
Michael R. Smith, McGill University; Laurence Lessard-Phillips, University of Manchester
Shooting for the Stars and Failing: The Effect of College Dropout on Self-Esteem
Peter Hoeschler, University of Zurich; Uschi Backes-Gellner, University of Zurich
Early Childhood Education and Development: A Meta-Analysis
Thomas van Huizen, Utrecht University; Janneke Plantenga, Utrecht University

G-03
Flexible and Precarious Work 1
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Kyle Albert, Cornell University

Participants:
Short-Time Work: The Ultimate Flexicurity Tool or Just a Springboard to Unemployment?
Dimitris Pavlopoulos, VU University Amsterdam; Katja Chkalova, Statistics Netherlands; Ton van Maanen, Statistics Netherlands
Precarious Work and the Degradation of the British Labour Market
Damian Grimshaw, Manchester Business School; David Holman, Manchester Business School; Arjan Keizer, University of Manchester; Jill Rubery, The University of Manchester
Who Are the Precarious?: Gendered Precariousness in De-Industrial South Korean Labour Market
Sophia Seung-yoon Lee, Ewha Womans University; Seungho Baek, The Catholic University of Korea
Employer Tenure in Ireland and Denmark
Ivan Privalko, Maynooth University

H-01
The Emergence of Markets
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Meltem Odabas, University of Arizona, School of Sociology
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
The Emergence of Solidarity Recycling in Brazil, 1980 2014
Mario Sacomano Neto, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar; Silvio Eduardo Alvarez Candido, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar; Fernanda Verissimo Soulé, Federal University of Sao Carlos (UFSCar)
Constructing Market for Responsibility
Mikolaj Lewicki, University of Warsaw

H-02
Autocracy, Corruption, the Economy, and the Return of State Capitalism 1
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Masha Hedberg, EUI
Session Organizer: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London

Participants:
Strong State, Weak Managers: How Hungarian Firms Cope with Autocracy
Dorottya Sallai, University of Greenwich; Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London

L-01
Hybridisation of Food Governance: Trends, Types and Results
L: Regulation and Governance

Session Organizers: Paul Verbruggen, Radboud University; Tetty Havinga, Radboud University

Participants:
National Policy Responses to Transnational Private Standards: The Marine Stewardship Council in Alaska, Australia and Ecuador
Tiffany Andrade Roche, WWF; Agni Kalfagianni, Institute for Environmental Studies, VU Amsterdam

L-02
Regulating Europe
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Mark Thatcher, LSE
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Moderator: Mark Thatcher, LSE

Participants:
Neoliberal Governance and Public Services in the EU: Are Disadvantaged Socio-Economic Groups Being Left behind?
Judith Clifton, U Cantabria; Daniel Daz-Fuentes, Universidad de Cantabria; Marcos Fernandez-Gutierrez, University of Cantabria

L-03
Institutions, Labor Market Reforms, and the Space for Alternatives
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Bob Hancke, LSE
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Moderator: Bob Hancke, LSE

Participants:
Theories of Institutional Change and Labour Market Reforms in Spain and Italy
Kenneth A. Dubin, Anglia Ruskin University; Jonathan Hopkin, London School of Economics

M-01
Movimientos Sociales y Desarrollo
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderator: Manuela Caballero, Universidad de Extremadura

Participants:
Responsabilidad Social Corporativa En Las Pymes Del Estado De Guanajuato, Mxico
Eva Conraud Koellner, universidad de guanajuato; Jose Felipe Ojeda Hidalgo, Universidad Politecnica de Guanajuato; Guillermo Silvino lira Torres, Universidad de Guanajuato
Movimientos Sociales En La Construccin De Mercados De Proximidad.
Ivette Tatiana Castilla Carrascal, Universidade de Brasilia - CEPPAC
Generaciones Ambientales: Entre El Materialismo y El Postmaterialismo
Manuela Caballero, Universidad de Extremadura; Artemio Baigorri, Universidad de Extremadura/Facultad CC. Economicas
Responsabilidad Social VITAL: Adultos Mayores Como Agentes De Bienestar EN Sociedades PARA Todas Las Edades
Santiago Cambero, Universidad de Extremadura; Manuela Caballero, Universidad de Extremadura

N-01
Regulation
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Market Devices and Folk Economics of Crypto Currency
Ilan Talmud, University of Haifa
Where Do Electronic Markets Come from? Steps Towards Political Sociology of Financial Exchanges
Yuval Millo, University of Leicester; Michael Castelle, University of Chicago; Daniel Beunza, London School of Economics and Political Science
Negotiating the Future of Banking: To Reduce or Not Bank Dependence?
Eileen Keller, European University Institute

N-02
Corporations and Finance
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Emily Barman, Boston University
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Power, Financialization, and Corporate Control: Revisiting the Liberal Market Environment at the Firm-Level
Matthew Soener, The Ohio State University; Michael Nau, The Ohio State University

N-03
Financial Literacy
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Galit Ailon, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Bar-Ilan University
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Financial Education Is about Everybody's Self-Regulation': Financial Literacy As a Moralizing Project
Daniel Maman, Ben-Gurion University; Zeev Rosenhek, The Open University of Israel
Financial Education As "Folk Building"? the Case of Improving Financial Literacy in Contemporary Sweden
Claes Ohlsson, Gothenburg Research Institute, University of Gothenburg

N-04
Systemic Risk in Finance
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Dirk H. Ehnts, Bard College Berlin
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Press Freedom and Jumps in Stock Prices
Thorsten Lehnert, Luxembourg School of Finance
Might Supplementary Domesticated Currencies Reduce Financial System Risks?
Shann Turnbull, International Institute for Self-governance

O-01
Management Studies and the Global Value Chain Framework: Future Perspectives
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Eleonora Di Maria, University of Padua; Maria Chiarvesio, University of Udine; Stefano Micelli, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Moderator: Mari Sako, University of Oxford

Participants:
Who Is Running the Show in Global Value Chains? Rethinking the Role of Large First-Tier Suppliers in the Garments and Electronics Industry
Gale Raj-Reichert, University of Manchester; Khalid Nadvi, The University of Manchester; Shamel Azmeh, London School of Economics
The Governance of the Global Factory
Roger Strange, University of Sussex
From Vertical to Horizontal Value Chains: The Case of Etsy.Com
Marco Bettiol, University of Padua; Vladi Finotto, UniversitCa' Foscari Venezia; Stefano Micelli, Ca' Foscari University of Venice

P-02
Corporate Governance and Financialisation (I): Theoretical Perspectives
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management

Participants:
The Post-World War II Transformations of the Large Corporation Facing Financialization
Olivier Weinstein, University Paris 13 Sorbonne Paris Cit
Innovative Enterprise and Shareholder Value
William Lazonick, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Q-01
Network Q Welcome: Overview and Meet the Organizers
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Discussants: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt
Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt


TH01-01
Session 1: Continuity and Change in National Systems of Collective Bargaining in a Context of Crisis
Continuity and Change in National Systems of Collective Bargaining in a Context of Crisis

Session Organizers: Aristea Koukiadaki, University of Manchester; Miguel Martinez Lucio, N/A; Isabel Tavora, University of Manchester

Participants:
Joint Regulation and Labour Market Policy in Europe during the Crisis
Aristea Koukiadaki, University of Manchester; Isabel Tavora, University of Manchester; Miguel Martinez Lucio, N/A
The Reform of Collective Bargaining in Spain - Legacies and Risks in the Neo-Liberal Reform of Regulation
Miguel Martinez Lucio, N/A; Carlos Jesus Fernandez Rodriguez, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Rafael Ibez Rojo, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid
Re-Building Consensus? Social Pacts and Centralized Collective Bargaining in Spain Under Austerity.
Sergio Gonzalez Begega, University of Oviedo; David Luque, University of Oviedo

TH02-01
Financial Education and Literacy
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Isabelle Gurin, Cessma (Institute of Research for Development/University Paris 7 Diderot/Inalco)
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joseph Deville, Goldsmiths, University of London

Participants:

TH03-01
Varieties of Employer Collective Action
Employers Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action

Discussant: Geoffrey Keith White, University of Greenwich
Session Organizers: Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University

Participants:
Explaining the Origins and Rise of Strong Business Associations in Turkey
Lisa Sezer, London School of Economics and Political Science

TH04-01
Youth on the Move: Migration and Mobility
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizers: Janine Leschke, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Business and Politics; Christer Hyggen, NOVA; Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

Participants:
The Role of Labour Market Intermediaries for Young Migrants' Labour Mobility in Europe
Christer Hyggen, NOVA; Renate Ortlieb, University of Graz; Hans Christian Sandlie, NOVA; Silvana Weiss, University of Graz
From Past to Present: Re-Emerging Migration Patterns in Europe
Mehtap Akguc, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS); Miroslav Beblavy, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
Understanding Barriers Towards Youth Migration within the EU
Leydi Johana Breuls, Utrecht University School of Economics

TH06-01
Income Inequality, Public Opinion and Political Outcomes
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Session Organizer: Herman van de Werfhorst, University of Amsterdam

Participants:
How Income Inequality Is Related to Tolerance for Inequality
Martin Schrder, University of Marburg
The Structure of Inequality, Social Trust and Redistribution: A Cross-Country Analysis in a Panel of OECD Countries
Andreas Katsikidis, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences
Crisis, Class, and Social Policy: Public Opinion and Inequality
Alexander Horn, Aarhus University; Kees van Kersbergen, Aarhus University; Carsten Jensen, Aarhus University; Anthony Kevins, Aarhus University

TH07-01
Mixed Market Economies in the Recession
Mixed Market Economies in the Recession: The Issues of Growth, Employment, and Equality

Session Organizer: Emmanuele Pavolini, N/A

Participants:
South European Countries' Systems of Innovation in Hard Times
Davide Donatiello, University of Turin; Francesco Ramella, University of Torin
Social Mobility and Educational Opportunities in Southern European Countries
Gabriele Ballarino, University of Milan; Nazareno Panichella, Graduate School in Social, Economic and Political Sciences of the University of Milan
The Origins of Italy's Economic Difficulties: The Role of Industrial Relations and Labour Market Reforms
Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Roberto Pedersini, Universitdegli Studi di Milano

TH14-01
Session 1: Transnational trade unionism and capacity building: A multilevel approach
Transnational Trade Unionism and MNCs: Building New Capabilities to Reduce Inequalities

Session Organizers: Christian Levesque, HEC Montral; Peter Fairbrother, RMIT University; Marc-Antonin Hennebert, HEC Montreal

Participants:

TH15-01
Constructing Economic Furures (1): Risk Narratives and Financial Imaginaries
Uncertain Futures in Economic Decision Making

Discussant: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Session Organizers: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science
Moderator: Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science

Participants:
The Cartography of Forex Lending: Westernizing the Future in the Hungarian Mortgage Market
Lena Pellandini-Simanyi, ELTE; Zsuzsanna Vargha, University of Leicester; Ferenc Hammer, ELTE

10:15 AM-11:45 AM


A-02
Inequalities and Communities
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society

Session Organizer: Jose A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid

Participants:
Inequality and Leverage: Toward an Analytical Framework
David Anderson, Johns Hopkins University
Umbrella Movement and Imagination of Community in Hong Kong
Kinman Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The German Sight on Inequality and the Forgotten Actor? Doing Inequality - a Micro Sociological Approach on Social Inequality
Falk Eckert, UniversittHamburg; Laura Behrmann, Universitt Bremen; Andreas Gefken, Universitt Hamburg

B-03
Globalization and its Social Effects: Labor, Environmental, and Social Consequences
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
The Politics of Safety Inspection Regimes: Institutional Responses to Rana Plaza
Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Sara Jane McCaffrey, Franklin & Marshall College

B-04
Remittances and Unofficial Capital Flows
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
What Are We Fighting for? Development Vs. Security in European Policies Against Illicit Financial Flows
Aitor Perez, Elcano Royal Institute; Iliana Olivie, Elcano Royal Institute
Financial Self-Exclusion for Religious Motives. an Empirical Analysis of Informal Transfer Systems.
Dulce Redin, University of Navarra; Reyes Calderon, University of Navarra

C-03
Gender and Top Positions
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
Women on Swiss Large Firms' Boards: A Long-Term Analysis of Gender Inequality
Stéphanie Ginalski, Lausanne University
Stuck with a Bad Choice? on the Relation Between Field of Study and the Dynamics of the Gender Pay Gap
Ashok Kaul, Saarland University; Nathalie Neu, Saarland University; Anne Otto, Institute for Employment Research; Manuel Schieler, Saarland University
Gender, Race and Diversity: Professional Trajectories of Brazilian Black Businesswomen
Pedro Jaime, Department of Business Administration, Centro Universitrio da FEI

C-04
Gender, Wages and Pay Issues Part 2
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
Penalties or Premiums: Explaining Effects of Having Children on Women's Wages in 13 High and Middle Income Countries
Janna Besamusca, University of Amsterdam; Stephanie Steinmetz, University of Amsterdam; Kea Tijdens, University of Amsterdam
Dependent Earners and Part-Time Employment in the Household Context
Vanessa Gash, City University London; Antje Mertens, Berlin School of Economics; Laura Romeu Gordo, DZA, Deutsches Zentrum fr Altersfragen; Martina Dieckhoff, WZB, Berlin Social Science Center
Gender Differences in the Spanish Labour Market: A Review before and after the Economic Crisis
Luz Maria Peña-Logombardo, Castilla-La Mancha University; Alvaro Hidalgo-Vega, Castilla-La Mancha University; Antonio Fernandez-Bolaos, Castilla-La Mancha University; Santiago Perez-Camarero, Castilla-La Mancha University

E-03
Labour Migration within the European Union - Freedom of Labour or Economic Outsourcing?
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Bettina Wagner, Humboldt University; Anke Hassel, Hertie School of Governance

Participants:
Instituting Cheap Labour in High Cost Countries - the Case of the German Meat Industry
Bettina Wagner, Humboldt University; Anke Hassel, Hertie School of Governance
From Labour Migration to Labour Mobility? the Spectre of the Multinational Worker in Europe
Rutvica Andrijasevic, University of Bristol; Devi Sacchetto, Universit degli Studi di Padova
The Europeanisation of Labour Markets in Germany and the Netherlands
Ines Wagner, University of Duisburg-Essen; Lisa Berntsen, University of Tilburg
Social Upgrading Trajectories of Apparel Workers in Romania: Europeanization, Fast-Fashion and the Crisis
Cornelia Staritz, Austrian Foundation for Development Research (FSE); Leonhard Plank, Vienna University of Technology, Department of Spatial Planning, Centre of Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy

E-04
Determinants and Effects of Union Membership
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Centralization of Decision-Making and Local Democratic Representation: Case Study Evidence
Sara Sapulete, Tilburg University School of Economics and Management; Wolfram Brehmer, WSI Hans Bckler Stiftung; Adelheid Hege, IRES; Marcus Kahmann, IRES; Arjen van Witteloostuijn, Tilburg University School of Economics and Management
Union Politics in the Segmented Workplace
Hyunji Kwon, Seoul National University; Byung-hoon Lee, Chung-Ang University; Sukbum Hong, Chung-ang University

E-05
Labour Migration and Union Responses
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Collective Bargaining in the Shadow of Labour Migration the Case of Danish Construction
Søren Kaj Andersen, FAOS, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen; Jens Arnholtz, FAOS, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
Labour Market Integration of Eastern and Central European Migrants
Jonas Felbo-Kolding, University of Copenhagen

F-02
Opportunities for and Constraints on Science and Innovation in Smaller States
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Science and Development: The Case of Costa Rica 1975-2014
Agustin Fallas-Santana, University of Costa Rica
Creating Impactful Science and the Rise of Market Logic in Ireland
Jennifer Kutzleb, University of California, Davis

G-04
Changing Patterns of Skills
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Renata Semenza, University of Milan

Participants:
Taking to Task Task-Biased Technological Change
Mark Williams, University of Surrey; Thijs Bol, University of Amserdam
Does Informal Workplace Learning in OECD Countries Differ By Contract Duration?
Maria Ferreira Sequeda, ROA/Maastricht University; Andries de Grip, ROA/Maastricht University; Rolf van der Velden, ROA/Maastricht University
The Impact of Press Digitisation on Journalists' Income: Evidence from France
Clmence Aubert-Tarby, Paris School of Business; Octavio Escobar, Paris School of Business; Thierry Rayna, Imperial College London

G-05
Education and Inequality
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Martin Dietz, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

Participants:
The Impact of Social Segregation on Educational Achievement in France
Daniele Trancart, Centre d'Etudes de l'Emploi
The Expansion of Brazilian Higher Education and Social Inequalities
Maria-Ligia de Oliveira Barbosa, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Inequalities in Morocco: What Freedom for Young People to Choose a Life One Has Good Reasons to Value ?
Vanessa di Paola, Aix-Marseille University, Lest; Mehdi Khouaja, LEST; Stephanie Moullet, Aix-Marseille University, Lest; Nomie Olympio, Institute of Labour Economics and Industrial Sociology (LEST-CNRS); Gwendoline Promsopha, LEST

G-06
Flexible and Precarious Work 2
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Michael R. Smith, McGill University

Participants:
The Standard Foundations of the Non-Standard' Danish Labour Market
Felix Behling, Maynooth University; John-Paul Byrne, Maynooth University; Sean O Riain, Maynooth University
Personal and Household Services (PHS) and the Role of Technical Assistance
Werner Eichhorst, IZA; Annette Angermann, VDIVDE-IT

H-03
Author Meets Critics: Plastic Money: Constructing Markets for Credit Cards in Eight Postcommunist Countries by Akos Rona-Tas and Alya Guseva (Stanford 2014)
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Critics: Josh Whitford, Columbia University; Jos Ossandn, Copenhagen Business School; Nigel Dodd, LSE
Book Authors: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University
Session Organizer: Jos Ossandn, Copenhagen Business School


H-04
Autocracy, Corruption, the Economy, and the Return of State Capitalism 2
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Session Organizer: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London

Participants:
Semi-Peripheral Catch-up, State Capitalism and Global Governance
Xin Zhang, SAIAS East China Normal University

J-01
The Sub-National Welfare State
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Session Organizer: Alexander Hicks, Emory University
Moderator: David Calnitsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Participants:
Basic Income in a Small Town: Understanding the Elusive Effects on Work
David Calnitsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jonathan Latner, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Effects of Tax Collection and Politics on Municipal Spending on Health Services
Monica PInhanez, Getulio Vargas Foundation; Kleber Morais, Federal Rural University of Pernambuco

L-05
Pathways to and from Neo-Liberalism
L: Regulation and Governance

Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Moderator: Marcos Fernandez-Gutierrez, University of Cantabria

Participants:
The Multivocality of Policy Instruments: The Resurgence of Local Content Requirements in Public Regulation
Zophia Edwards, Boston University/Providence College; Emily Barman, Boston University

M-02
Relaciones Laborales En La Crisis
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderator: Jose Luis Martin-Navarro, Universidad de Sevilla

Participants:
Changes in the Economic Environment and Labour Relations Reforms. Implications for Segmented Labour Markets in Spain.
Jose Luis Martin-Navarro, Universidad de Sevilla; Asuncion Rodriguez Ramos, Universidad de Sevilla
Motivacin y Expectativas Laborales De Los Estudiantes Universitarios. Una Aproximacin.
Ramn Fernndez-Daz, Universidad de Extremadura/Facultad CC. Economicas; Artemio Baigorri, Universidad de Extremadura/Facultad CC. Economicas; Miguel Centella Moyano, Universidad de Extremadura/Facultad CC. Economicas

M-03
Socio Economa De La Corrupcin y La Economa Sumergida
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderators: Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Javier Salinas, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

Participants:
Economa Sumergida y Corrupcin: Un Panorama Socioeconmico
Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Manuel Perez Trujillo, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Definicin y Cuantificacin Del Coste De La Corrupcin En Espaa
Armando Fernandez-Steinko, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Informalidad, Desarrollo y Desigualdad En Amrica Latina
Patricia Silveira Rivero, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - NEPP-DH/UFRJ
Tourism, Political Corruption and Voting Patterns in Spanish Municipalities
Gustavo Nombela, University Complutense Madrid; Juan L. Jimenez, University of Las Palmas; Ancor Suarez-Aleman, University of Las Palmas
Education, Institutional Quality and Subjective Well-Being
Javier Salinas-Jimenez, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Maria del Mar Salinas-Jimenez, Universidad de Extremadura; Jose Manuel Cordero, Universidad de Extremadura

N-05
Sociology of Financial Experts
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, London School of Economics
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Professional Ethics in Banking and Finance - a Praxeological Approach to the Social Embeddedness of Finance
Claudia Czingon, Goethe-University; Sighard Neckel, Goethe University
Coauthorship and Subauthorship Patterns in the Journal of Finance
Andreas Andrikopoulos, University of the Aegean; Labriana Economou, University of the Aegean
Are Financial Economists Creative?
Simone Polillo, University of Virginia

O-02
Gvc in Advanced Economies: Re-Shoring and Re-Industrialisation
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Mariachiara Barzotto, Ca' Foscari University Venice; Mario Volpe, Ca' Foscari University Venice; Lisa De Propris, The University of Birmingham
Moderator: Lisa De Propris, The University of Birmingham

Participants:
Disintegration and Re-Integration of the Value Chain: Preliminary Evidence on the Re-Shoring of Business Services
Filippo Albertoni, Politecnico di Milano; Stefano Elia, Politecnico di Milano; Lucia Piscitello, Politecnico di Milano
Shortening British Manufacturing Value Chains: Onshoring or Reshoring?
David Bailey, Aston Business School; Lisa De Propris, The University of Birmingham
Companies' International Openness and Local Common-Pool Resources: The Need for Balance in Advanced Economies
Mariachiara Barzotto, Ca' Foscari University Venice; Mario Volpe, Ca' Foscari University Venice; Giancarlo Cor, Ca' Foscari University Venice

P-03
Author Meets Critics: "The Power of Inaction. Bank Bailouts in Comparison" By Cornelia Woll (Cornell U Press 2014)
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Critics: Philippe Moutot, European Central Bank; Raphael Reinke, Zurich University; Matthias Thiemann, Frankfurt University; Arthur Wilmarth, George Washington University Law School
Book Author: Cornelia Woll, Sciences Po
Session Organizer: Yuri Biondi, Cnrs - ESCP Europe


P-04
The Fabric of Accounting Standards: The Case of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management

Participants:
Fair Value Measurement : A Bergson's False Problem ?
Veronique Blum, Univ Grenoble Alpes; Emmanuel Laffort, UPPA
Financialisation and Accounting Standard-Setting: The Case of Narrative Reporting
Yasmine Chahed, London School of Economics and Political Science

Q-03
Asian Capitalisms and Global Finance I
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:
Corporate Governance for Start-Ups in Japan: Layering of Institutional Logics
Masahiro Kotosaka, College of Business Administration, Ritsumeikan University; Mari Sako, University of Oxford

TH01-02
Session 2: Continuity and Change in National Systems of Collective Bargaining in a Context of Crisis
Continuity and Change in National Systems of Collective Bargaining in a Context of Crisis

Session Organizers: Aristea Koukiadaki, University of Manchester; Miguel Martinez Lucio, N/A; Isabel Tavora, University of Manchester

Participants:
When Pandora Opened the Box: Collective Bargaining and Austerity Policies in Greece
Aristea Koukiadaki, University of Manchester; Chara Kokkinou, University of Manchester

TH03-02
Employer Collective Action in the UK
Employers Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action

Discussant: Martin Behrens, WSI Hans Bckler Stiftung
Session Organizers: Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University

Participants:
Employers' Organisation in UK Higher Education
Geoffrey Keith White, University of Greenwich
The Changing Face of Employer Collective Action: The Case of Business in the Community Wales
Cassandra Bowkett, Cardiff University; Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University
Local Enterprise Partnerships: Putting Employers in the Driving Seat - to Nowhere
Patrick McGurk, WERU, University of Greenwich; Richard Meredith, University of Greenwich

TH04-02
Policy Legacies I: Families and Flexibility
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizer: Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

Participants:
The Effect of Marriage and Employment on Leaving Home in Europe.
Fernanda Mazzotta, UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO; DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS; Lavinia Parisi, UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO; DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS
Family Background and Youth Labour Market Outcomes Across Europe: Did the Crisis Exacerbate Inequalities?
Eleonora Matteazzi, DEM, University of Trento; Gabriella Berloffa, DEM, University of Trento; Paola Villa, DEM, University of Trento
Young Employed and Their Siblings in Europe: Social Origin and Employment Attachment
Tiziana Nazio, University of Turin; Marianna Filandri, University of Turin; Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

TH06-02
Inequality, Social Policy and Taxation
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Session Organizer: Brian Nolan, INET, University of Oxford

Participants:
Top Tax Progression and the German Dual Income Tax
Katharina Jenderny, Freie Universitaet Berlin
The glass ceiling of poverty reduction. The dynamics of low wages, minimum income packages and median household incomes in rich European welfare states
Bea Cantillon, Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp; Diego Collado, Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp; Natascha Van Mechelen, Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp

TH07-02
Multilevel Governance and Industrial Relations in Southern European Countries (I)
Mixed Market Economies in the Recession: The Issues of Growth, Employment, and Equality

Session Organizer: Luigi Burroni, University of Florence

Participants:
Social Dialogue in Spain during the Crisis: The Impact of Narrowing Down and Policy De-Linking
Oscar Molina, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona; Antonio Martin-Artiles, Universidad Autonoma Barcelona
Is Regional Corporatism Still Alive? Evidence from Italy
Andrea Bellini, University of Florence; Luigi Burroni, University of Florence

TH14-02
Session 2: Transnational unionism: Bridging the North and the South to increase workers power
Transnational Trade Unionism and MNCs: Building New Capabilities to Reduce Inequalities

Session Organizers: Christian Levesque, HEC Montral; Peter Fairbrother, RMIT University; Marc-Antonin Hennebert, HEC Montreal

Participants:
Building New Capabilities at the Local Level through Transnational Unionism: Evidence from the Case of Carrefour in Colombia
Christian Levesque, HEC Montral; Marc-Antonin Hennebert, HEC Montreal; Gregor Murray, Universit de Montral

TH15-02
Constructing economic futures (2): Central banking and forecasting
Uncertain Futures in Economic Decision Making

Discussant: Waltraud Schelkle, London School of Economics
Session Organizers: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science
Moderator: Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science

Participants:

10:15 AM-11:55 AM


N-06
The Political Economy of Private Pension Funds Around the World
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Richard Deeg, Temple University
Session Organizer: Marek Naczyk, Sciences Po
Moderator: Ewald Engelen, University of Amsterdam

Participants:
The Politics of Choice in Occupational Pensions
Karen Anderson, University of Southampton

12:00 PM-1:00 PM


FP-01
Featured Panel - The Rich and Inequality
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Andrew Sayer, University of Lancaster; Mike Savage, LSE; Tom Clark, The Guardian
Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University


FP-02
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "The Emergence of Organizations and Markets" by John F. Padgett & Walter W. Powell (Princeton Univ Press 2012)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley
Book Author: Woody Powell, Stanford University
Critics: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Nitsan Chorev, Brown University; Michael Reed, Cardiff Business School; Andrew Schrank, Brown University

2:15 PM-3:45 PM


A-03
Companies, Trust and Comunities I
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society

Session Organizer: Jos A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid

Participants:
Quants and Qualia in the Discourse of Social Purpose Organisations
Julia Eva Morley, London School of Economics
Open Data and Citizen Empowerment. Survey Analysis of the Most Active Open Data Users.
Jos A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid; Gaspar Brndle Sen, Universidad de Murcia; Mara Dolores Cceres Zapatero, Universidad Complutense Madrid

B-05
Dependency Theory Revisited: The Political Economy of Late Developers
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Discussant: Peter Kingstone, King's College London
Session Organizer: Darius Ornston, University of Toronto
Moderator: Peter Kingstone, King's College London

Participants:

B-06
Developmental Constraints and Opportunities: Lessons from Latin America
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
Cidade Baixa: An Analysis of the Territory's Potential As a Creative Hub
Lisiane Closs, UFRGS; Sidinei Oliveira, UFRGS; Christian Tirelli, FADERGS
Demographic Dividend and Households Saving in Mexico
Isalia Nava-Bolaos, Instituto de Investigaciones Econmicas (IIEc), UNAM

C-05
Gender and Womens Labour Part 1
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
Women Labor in Mining: Inequities, Achievements and Challenges
Francisco Javier Velazquez-Sagahon, University of Guanajuato; Laura Elena Zarate-Negrete, Universidad de Guanajuato
First-Time Parents' Perceptions of Work-Family Balance in Spain: Which Are the More Satisfied Couples?
Irene Lapuerta, Universidad Pblica de Navarra; Maria-Jose Gonzalez, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Teresa Martin-Garcia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientficas; Marta Siz, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientficas
Women in Manufacturing: The Scottish Evidence
Pauline Anderson, Strathclyde University; Patricia Findlay, University of Strathclyde; Johanna Commander, University of Strathclyde
The social and economic condition of tribal migrant women domestic workers in Mumbai: Understanding the inequalities
Sunita Kumari, Tata Institute of Social Sciences; Abhishek Thakur, University of Delhi
Where have all the women gone? Gender and the ICT sector
Abigail Marks, Heriot-Watt University

E-06
Neoliberalism, Institutional Change, and the Fate of Egalitarian Capitalism
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Organized Decentralisation. Institutional Fragmentation in Australian Industrial Relations 1983-2012.
Richard Cooney, Monash University; Russell Lansbury, University of Sydney
Social Democracy and Alternatives to Capitalism in Sweden and Britain, 1969-83
Shannon Ikebe, University of California, Berkeley
The Nordic Labour Markets Still on the High-Road to Egalitarian Capitalism?
Bjarke Refslund, Aalborg Univeristy; Ole H. Sorensen, Aalborg University; Stine Rasmussen, Aalborg University

F-03
Relational Work and Network Interaction in Knowledge-Intensive Fields and Transactions
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Securing Commitment in Inter-Organizational Collaboration for Innovation: Governance and Functioning of Industry-University Strategic Partnerships
Steven Casper, KGI, Claremont; Marcela Miozzo, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
Unregulated Opinions or Evaluation Culture? the Reviewing of Restaurants By Ordinary Customers
Jean-Samuel Beuscart, University Paris Est - Marne-la-Vallee; Kevin Mellet, Orange Labs; Marie Trespeuch, Orange Labs

FP-03
Featured Panel - Measuring Institutions: Issues and New Perspectives
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitt Berlin; Andrew Schrank, Brown University; Mathias Siems, Durham University; Stefan Voigt, Hamburg University; Michael A. Witt, INSEAD
Session Organizers: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitt Berlin; Michael A. Witt, INSEAD
Moderators: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitt Berlin; Michael A. Witt, INSEAD


G-07
Educational Reforms
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: William Bartlett, European Institute, LSE

Participants:
Locus of Control and Educational Aspirations in Post-Compulsory Education
Katharina Jaik, University of Zurich / Chair of Prof. Uschi Backes-Gellner; Stefan C. Wolter, University of Bern / CESifo / IZA
A Model of Learning Goals: Enhancing the Education Process
Anastasia M Luca, QuantLearn Systems LLC

G-08
HRM 1
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Lenita Maria Turchi, Institute for Applied Economic Research- Ipea

Participants:
Leadership and Relational Skills: A Lifestyle Approach for Analyzing the Talent Gap and Developing Targeted Interventions
Reynaldo Gustavo Rivera, University of Navarra; David Santos, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Stress and Work Intensification: What Is the Influence of Personnel Policy?
Michael Beckmann, University of Basel; Elena Shvartsman, University of Basel
Listen without Seeing: The Impact of Blind Auditions on Female Musician's Recruitment in French Orchestra
Helene Perivier, Sciences Po OFCE; Ravet Hyacinthe, researcher; Hatzipetrou-Andronikou Reguina, researcher; Noe Chiara, researcher

H-05
The Micro Mechanisms of Business
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Anna Dempster, Sotheby's Institute of Art
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
Is It Always Good to Follow the Mood? an Experimental Study on the Impact of Social Mood on Business Strategies.
Linda Alengoz, University of Brescia; Marco Castellani, University of Brescia; Flaminio Squazzoni, University of Brescia
Toward an Economic Sociology of Online Hacker Communities
Meltem Odabas, University of Arizona, School of Sociology; Ronald Breiger, University of Arizona, School of Sociology; Thomas Holt, Michigan State University, School of Criminal Justice

H-06
Authors Meet Critics: "Resilient Liberalism in Europes Political Economy" by Vivien Schmidt & Mark Thatcher (eds) (CUP 2013)
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Critics: Bruno Amable, Universit Paris I Panthon - Sorbonne; Wolfgang Streeck, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Mark Pennington, King's College London
Book Author: Vivien Schmidt, Boston University
Session Organizer: Mark Thatcher, LSE
Moderator: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London


H-07
Changing Corporate Governance. Theoretical and Organizational Antecedents and Consequences
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Natascha van der Zwan, Leiden University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
Organizational Learning through Board Interlocks in Family Firms: Adoption of the Board Reform
Toru Yoshikawa, Singapore Management University; Jung Wook Shim, Kyoto Sangyo University
Corporate Governance Ideology: A Missing Part of the Puzzle
Andreas Jansson, Linnaeus University; Karin Jonnergard, Linnaeus University; Ulf Larsson-Olaison, Linnaeus University

H-08
Theory and Philosophy in Socio-Economics
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Olivier Butzbach, Second University of Naples
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
The Merton Classification in Sociology of the Unintended and Unexpected: Review of an Unheld Debate
Adriana Mica, Institute of Applied Social Siences - University of Warsaw

I-02
Assessing Economic Mobility: Migrant Communities and First Nations
I: Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration

Session Organizers: Victoria Hattam, New School for Social Research; Maritsa Poros, The City College of New York

Participants:
Homeownership of Immigrants in France
Matthieu Solignac, Sciences Po (Paris), Department of Economics; Laurent Gobillon, INED, PSE

J-02
Welfare State in Hard Times
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Session Organizer: Alexander Hicks, Emory University
Moderator: Alexander Hicks, Emory University

Participants:
Welfare Systems and Policy Making in Hard Times: A Comparative Analysis
Nihan Toprakkiran, University of York; Antonios Roumpakis, University of York; Martin Smith, University of York

L-06
Pragmatist Governance or Pragmatism Contra Governance?
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Session Organizer: Nils Kupzok, The Johns Hopkins University
Moderator: Nicolas Jabko, The Johns Hopkins University

Participants:
Governing the Unknown: The Regulation of Financial Risk
Robert Reamer, University of Chicago

L-07
Regulating Finance after the Crisis
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Elliot Posner, Case Western Reserve University
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Moderator: Elliot Posner, Case Western Reserve University

Participants:

M-04
Sade Comparada
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizer: Murilo Cassio Xavier Fahel, Fundacao Joao Pinheiro
Moderator: Murilo Cassio Xavier Fahel, Fundacao Joao Pinheiro

Participants:

M-05
Tecnologa y Desarrollo Social
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderator: Tania Jimenez, Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar

Participants:
La Deteccin De Necesidades Formativas Del Voluntariado En El mbito Rural
Miguel Centella Moyano, Universidad de Extremadura/Facultad CC. Economicas; Ramn Fernndez-Daz, Universidad de Extremadura/Facultad CC. Economicas; Santiago Cambero, Universidad de Extremadura
La Politica Pblica De LOS Biocombustibles EN Colombia: UN Analisis De Convergencia Y Desarrollo Humano
Tania Jimenez, Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar; Jose Soto, Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar; Luis Diaz, Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar
Influencia Del Cambio Tecnolgico Sobre El Comportamiento Medioambiental: Los Casos De La UE y EE.UU
Blanca Olmedillas, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid; Yolanda Fernndez Fernndez, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid; María Angeles Fernðndez LÃ, U. Camilo Jos Cela
Bank Failure Prediction Models: Less Is More?
Manuel Merck, Universidad Castilla - La Mancha; Agustin Alvarez-Herranz, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Alvaro Hidalgo-Vega, Castilla-La Mancha University

N-07
Calculative Practices
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Calculating the Human Spirit: The Popularization of Day-Trading Outside the Global Centers of Finance
Galit Ailon, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Bar-Ilan University
Calculating at the Frontier: Coordinating the Reinsurance Market
Rebecca Bednarek, Cass Business School, City University London; Paula Jarzabkowski, Cass Business School, City University London; Paul Spee, University of Queensland

O-03
Innovation in Technology-Intensive Gvcs
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Gary Gereffi, Duke University; Mari Sako, University of Oxford; Timothy Sturgeon, MIT; Eric Thun, University of Oxford
Moderator: Eric Thun, University of Oxford

Participants:
Gvc Governance and Skills Mobility Exploring the Interrelations
Nana Wesley Hansen, University of Copenhagen; Nikolaj Lubanski, Copanhagen Capacity Talent Bridge
State-Driven R&D Outsourcing and Industrial Upgrading in Brazil
Ezequiel Zylberberg, University of Oxford

P-05
Reporting for Corporate Social Responsibility: Case Studies and Perspectives
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Nihel Chabrak, United Arab Emirates University - Collge of Business and Economics

Participants:
Promoting Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: A Model of Integrity. Evidences from the United Arab Emirates
Nihel Chabrak, United Arab Emirates University - Collge of Business and Economics; Rabab Abdulameer Merza Abdulhusain Ali, United Arab Emirates University - College of Business & Economics
Sustainable Development or Business Sustainability? a Luhmanian Analysis of Integrated Reporting
Veronique Blum, Univ Grenoble Alpes; David Alexander, birmingham business school
How Banking Sector Changes Moral Values into Valuable Instruments ?
Bihr Marie-Hlne, IAE -UMPF; Laurence Gialdini, SKEMA Business School-Universit de Lille

P-06
Corporate Governance and Financialisation (II): Legal-Economic Case Studies from UK and Norway
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussants: Konstantinos Sergakis, University of Bristol; Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe
Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Thomas Clarke, University of Technology Sydney

Participants:
Corporate Governance in Norway: Regulation and Practice
Jenni Maria Nossum, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

Q-04
Asian Capitalisms and Global Finance II
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:
The Politics of Economic Growth and Fiscal Deficit in China, 1994-2015
Dr. Adam Saunders, University of Oxford; Ke Meng, University of Oxford

Q-05
Technology, Innovation, and Industrial Upgrading I
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Discussants: Cong Cao, University of Nottingham; Denis Simon, Arizona State University
Session Organizer: Rachel Parker, STPI
Moderator: Rich Appelbaum, University of California, Santa Barbara

Participants:

TH01-03
Session 3: Continuity and Change in National Systems of Collective Bargaining in a Context of Crisis
Continuity and Change in National Systems of Collective Bargaining in a Context of Crisis

Session Organizers: Aristea Koukiadaki, University of Manchester; Miguel Martinez Lucio, N/A; Isabel Tavora, University of Manchester

Participants:
Institutions and Inequality in Liberalizing Markets: Explaining Different Trajectories of Institutional Change in Social Europe
Chiara Benassi, Royal Holloway, University of London; Virginia Doellgast, London School of Economics; Katja Sarmiento-Mirwaldt, Brunel University
Collective Bargaining in UK Local Government
Mathew Johnson, Manchester Business School
Slovenia on the Crossroad: Increasing Dependence on the Supranational Institutions and the Weakening of the Multiemployer Bargaining System
Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrcela, University of Ljubljana; Miroslav Stanojevic, University of Ljubljana

TH02-02
Domestic Monies A
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Magdalena Villarreal, CIESAS
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Making a Living: How Young Couples in Warsaw Start and Practice a Household
Marta Olcon-Kubicka, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences; Mateusz Halawa, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
The Time of Finance: The Temporal Structures of Consumer Credit
Felipe Gonzalez, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Domesticating Finance: Patterns of Inequality in Living with Home Mortgages in Hungary
Lena Pellandini-Simanyi, ELTE; Zsuzsanna Vargha, University of Leicester; Ferenc Hammer, ELTE

TH03-03
Employer Collective Action in Latin America
Employers Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action

Discussant: Christian Lyhne Ibsen, University of Copenhagen, FAOS
Session Organizers: Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University

Participants:

TH04-03
Policy Legacies I: Families and Flexibility II
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizer: Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

Participants:
Effects of Workless Households on Gender and Ethnic Youth Transitions
Carolina Zuccotti, University of Brighton; Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

TH06-03
Inequality and the Labour Market
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Session Organizer: Abigail McKnight, LSE

Participants:
Labor Supply and Earnings Inequality: A Cross Country Study
Cecilia Garcia Penalosa, Aix-Marseille Universit & School of Economics, CNRS & EHESS; Lara Vivian, Aix-Marseille Universit & School of Economics, CNRS & EHESS
Inequality and Minimum Wage Policy: Not Even Talking, Much Less Walking in Mexico
Alice Krozer, University of Cambridge; Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid, UNAM

TH07-03
Welfare, Social Dialogue and Informal Regulation of the Economy
Mixed Market Economies in the Recession: The Issues of Growth, Employment, and Equality

Session Organizer: Roberto Pedersini, Universitdegli Studi di Milano

Participants:
Adjusting to the Post-Industrial Era: How Has the Spanish Welfare State Performed?
Ana Marta Guilln, University of Oviedo; Sergio Gonzalez Begega, University of Oviedo
Impact of the crisis on social dialogue in southern Europe and Ireland
Youcef Ghellab, International Labour Organization; Aidan Regan, University College Dublin (UCD); Sarah Doyle, International Labour Organization

TH10-01
Neoliberalism and Organizational Precarity
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

Discussant: Alena Krizkova, Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences
Session Organizers: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, University of California; Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts
Moderator: Alena Krizkova, Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences

Participants:
Social Class and Income Shares in the U.S. Airline Industry, 1977-2005
Dustin Avent-Holt, Georgia Regents University

TH14-03
Session 3: Transnational unionism in Europe: Building new capabilities to reduce inequalities
Transnational Trade Unionism and MNCs: Building New Capabilities to Reduce Inequalities

Session Organizers: Christian Levesque, HEC Montral; Peter Fairbrother, RMIT University; Marc-Antonin Hennebert, HEC Montreal

Participants:
Transnational Union Organizing in a Regional Labour Market: The Baltic Organising Academy and Finnish-Estonian Union Cooperation
Kairit Kall, University of Jyvskyl; Laura Mankki, University of Jyvskyl; Markku Sippola, University of Jyvskyl; Nathan Lillie, University of Jyvskyl
European Works Councils at 20 a Critical Review of the Academic Literature
Deborah Hann, Cardiff University; Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University

TH15-03
Managing uncertainty in innovation
Uncertain Futures in Economic Decision Making

Discussant: Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science
Session Organizers: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science
Moderator: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

Participants:
Surfing the Hype Wave: Intermediary Organizations Shaping Expectations in Emerging Technologies.
Carla Alvial Palavicino, University of Twente; Konrad Kornelia, University of Twente
Big Promises and Fragile Coalitions the Political Economy of the Early Photovoltaic Industry
Timur Ergen, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

4:00 PM-5:30 PM


A-04
Companies, Trust and Comunities II
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society

Session Organizer: Jos A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid

Participants:
Corporate Misconduct and Trust Repair: Integration of Organizational Behavior and Corporate Discourse Perspectives
Nobuyuki Chikudate, Hiroshima University; Toru Yoshikawa, Singapore Management University
Social Networks and General TRUST: The Link Between MICRO and MACRO Dimensions of Social Capital
Matias Membiela, University of A Corua; Atilano Pena, University of A Corua
Moral Limits to Economic Competition
Sebastian Kohl, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Timur Ergen, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

B-07
New Perspectives on Development: Insights from Firm-based Approaches
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
Middle-Income Trap: A Structural Interpretation
Nahee Kang, King's College London
International Linkages, Value Added Trade and Latin American Firms' Productivity
Carlo Pietrobelli, Inter-American Development Bank; Silvia Nenci, University Roma Tre; Pierluigi Montalbano, University of Sussex

B-08
State Capacities and Dylemmas of Development
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
State Capacities, Elites and Patterns of Development in Latin America
Flavio Gaitan, UNILA; Renato Boschi, IESP/UERJ and INCT-PPED
Comparing Structural Change in South Korea and Colombia: A Case of Varieties of Cronyism
Matias Ramirez, University of Sussex; Luis Rosado, National University of Colombia; Ivan Hernandez, National University of Colombia

C-06
Parental Leave, Fathers and Parental Issues
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
Fathers Taking Paternity Leave in Qubec (Canada) : Innovative and Subversive !
Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq
Fathers on Leave Alone As an Instrument for Socialising Men in Childcare. the Experience of Spain
Gerardo Meil, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Pedro Romero Balsas, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Jesus Rogero Garcia, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Male Breadwinning Revisited: How Specialization, Gender Role Attitudes and Work Affect Overwork and Underwork in Europe.
Shireen Kanji, Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures, University of Leicester
Men Between Provider Role and Involved Fatherhood
Stefanie Hoherz, ISER, University of Essex; Mark Bryan, University of Essex

C-07
Gender and Womens Labour Part 2
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
Exploring Gender Inequalities in Work and Employment: Evidence Form Gender Statistics in Georgia
Ia Natsvlishvili, Tbilisi State University Named After Ivane Javakhishvili
Women at the Crossroads: Leaving Paid Work Around Pregnancy and Birth of First Child in Spain
Daniel Guinea-Martin, Dept. Sociology I, UNED; Irene Lapuerta, Universidad Pblica de Navarra
Returning to Work after Childbirth: Changes in the Job Satisfaction of New Mothers
Anke Plagnol, City University London; Julia Gumy, University of Bristol
Does a Y Really Make a Difference?
Petra M. Moog, Siegen University; Christian Soost, Siegen University

E-07
Labour Mobility and Industrial Citizenship in Europe: Results from Migrant Centered Research Projects
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Miguel Martinez Lucio, N/A
Session Organizer: Nathan Lillie, University of Jyvskyl

Participants:
Labour market dynamics and migrants as good citizens in Finland
Laura Mankki, University of Jyvskyl; Markku Sippola, University of Jyvskyl

E-08
Worker Involvement, Workplace Partnerships and Superannuation
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Searching for Rigour in Workplace Case Studies: Trends, Practices and Gender Differences
Patrick McGovern, London School of Economics & Political Science; Diego Alburez Gutierrez, London School of Economics & Political Science
What Makes Labor-Management Cooperation Work? a Comparative Analysis of Workplace Partnership in Germany, the Netherlands, and France
Martin Behrens, WSI Hans Bckler Stiftung; Sara Sapulete, Tilburg University School of Economics and Management; Marcus Kahmann, IRES; Arjen van Witteloostuijn, Tilburg University School of Economics and Management; Adelheid Hege, IRES; Wolfram Brehmer, WSI Hans Bckler Stiftung

F-04
Explaining Innovation: Institutional, Organizational, and Social Capital Approaches
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Who's Winning Innovation? Institutional and Organizational Explanations of Patenting in the United States, 1963-2012
Eric Dahlin, Brigham Young University; Ben Gibbs, Brigham Young University; Dallan Flake, Brigham Young University
Protecting Intellectual Property When the Law Will Not Do so: A Religious and Relational Approach
Amanda Budde-Sung, University of Sydney; Matthew Mitchell, Drake University

FP-04
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "Private Equity at Work - When Wall Street Manages Main Street" by Eileen Appelbaum & Rosemary Batt (Russell Sage 2014)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizer: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Moderator: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Book Authors: Eileen Appelbaum, Center for Economic and Policy Research; Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
Critics: Julie Froud, University of Manchester; Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Geoffrey Wood, Warwick University


G-09
HRM 2
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: David Brady, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

Participants:
Innovations and Evolution of Employment in the Food Retail Sector in France
Catherine de GERY, NOVANCIA Business School Paris; Enrico Colla, NOVANCIA Business School Paris; Maria Eugenia Ruiz, Universit de Valence
Indirect Employment in Global Value Chains
Sudheer Gupta, Simon Fraser University
Attracting the Post-Industrial Worker through Architecture? Theory and a Discrete Choice Experiment
Anja Iseke, University of Paderborn; Katharina Radermacher, University of Paderborn; Martin R. Schneider, University of Paderborn; Tobias Tebbe, University of Paderborn

G-10
Human Capital
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Mark Williams, University of Surrey

Participants:
Occupational Skills and the Evolution of Wages
Miriam Rinawi, University of Zurich; Uschi Backes-Gellner, University of Zurich
Earnings Returns to Different Educational Careers: The Relative Importance of Type Vs. Field of Education
Curdin Pfister, University of Zurich; Uschi Backes-Gellner, University of Zurich; Simone Tuor Sartore, University of Zurich
The Impact of the Diploma on Journalists' Income
Clmence Aubert-Tarby, Paris School of Business; Anne Boring, PSL, Universit Paris Dauphine, Leda; Octavio Escobar, Paris School of Business

G-11
Skills and Occupations
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Clmence Aubert-Tarby, Paris School of Business

Participants:
The Organizational Double Bind: How Professional Schools Respond to Prolonged Uncertainty
Max Besbris, New York University; Caitlin Petre, New York University
Who Benefits from Occupational Certification?
Kyle Albert, Cornell University
Conflicts over Values and Orders of Worth in the German Energy Transition: Tertiary Orientations of Work and Employment within the Primary Sector
Heike Jacobsen, Brandenburg University Cottbus; Franziska Blazejewski, Brandenburg University Cottbus

H-09
Managing Under Uncertainty
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Josh Whitford, Columbia University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
How Do Organizations and Individual Actors in Organizations Manage Uncertainty? Lessons from High Reliable Organizations
Konstanze Karoline Senge, Hamburg University; Simon Dombrowski, University of Hamburg

H-10
The Diffusion of Shareholder Capitalism
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Ulf Larsson-Olaison, Linnaeus University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
Shareholder Value Orientation: Grand Unified Business Theory or Window-Dressing?
Martin Holgersson, Linnaeus university; Anna Stafsudd, Linnaeus university

I-03
Migration and Economic Development
I: Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration

Session Organizers: Victoria Hattam, New School for Social Research; Maritsa Poros, The City College of New York

Participants:
Age, Gender and Migration Status on the Labour Market Do Advantages and Disadvantages Accumulate As Workers Get Older?
Laura Romeu Gordo, DZA, Deutsches Zentrum fr Altersfragen; Justyna Stypinska, Free University, Institute for East European Studies

J-03
Welfare State and the Causes of Inequality and Redistribution
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Session Organizer: Alexander Hicks, Emory University
Moderator: Thibault Darcillon, University of Paris 7

Participants:
Unconventional Welfare States: Macro-Structural Origins, Distinctive Traits, Measurement Problems
Kerem Gabriel Oktem, Bielefeld University; Efe Savas, Bilkent University; Tolga Bolukbasi, Bilkent University

L-08
Transnational Regulation & Finance
L: Regulation and Governance

Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Moderator: Stefano Pagliari, City University

Participants:
Autonomy of Public Debt Management Offices
Nawid Hoshmand, PhD Student; Philip Gross, PhD Student
Negotiating the Costs of Protecting Savers
Raphael Reinke, Zurich University
Transnational Governance and US Regulation: The Case of Finance
Elliot Posner, Case Western Reserve University

M-06
SASE's 2nd Ibero-American Regional Meeting of Socio-Economics
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid; Santos Ruesga, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid


N-08
Pensions
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Yally Avrahampour, London School of Economics & Political Science
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Cui Prodest - the Distributional Impact of the Riester Scheme
Johannes Koenig, Freie Universitaet Berlin; Giacomo Corneo, Freie Universitaet Berlin; Carsten Schroeder, DIW Berlin / Freie Universitaet Berlin
Pension Fund Capitalism and Financialization: The United States, the Netherlands and Finland Compared
Natascha van der Zwan, Leiden University; Michael McCarthy, Marquette University; Ville-Pekka Sorsa, University of Helsinki

O-04
Inserting Values into Gvcs
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Gary Gereffi, Duke University; Mari Sako, University of Oxford; Timothy Sturgeon, MIT; Eric Thun, University of Oxford
Moderator: Gary Gereffi, Duke University

Participants:
Human Rights and MNEs in Gvcs
Stefan Zagelmeyer, The University of Manchester; Mo Yamin, The University of Manchester; Rudolf Sinkovics, The University of Manchester
Overcoming Institutional and Governance Problems within Fast Fashion? the Prospects of Emerging Forms of Monitoring Social Standards in the UK Garment Value Chain
Nikolaus Hammer, Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures, School of Management, University of Leicester; Rka Plugor, Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures, University of Leicester

P-07
Public Sector Accounting and Finances: How to Account for Deficit Spending?
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Arnaldo Canziani, University of Brescia - Department of Law

Participants:
Unification, Wars, Deficit Spending: Italy's Public Accounts 1861-2011
Renato Camodeca, University of Brescia - Department of Economics and Management; Arnaldo Canziani, University of Brescia - Department of Law

P-08
Corporate Governance and Financialisation (III): Challenging the Shareholder Value Model
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: William Lazonick, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Participants:
Financialized Corporate Governance and Inequality
Jeroen Veldman, Cass Business School, City University; Hugh Willmott, Cass Business School, City University

Q-06
Technology, Innovation, and Industrial Upgrading II
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:
Architectural Innovation in China
Marcus Conle, University of Duisburg-Essen

Q-07
Varieties and Diversity of Asian Capitalisms I
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:
Skills, Firms and the State in India: Securing Development or Perpetuating Inequality?
Anita Hammer, De Montfort University; Kuriakose Mamkoottam, Ambedkar University
India: Globalisation, Growth and Inequality
Mritiunjoy Mohanty, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

TH02-03
Domestic Monies B
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Joseph Deville, Goldsmiths, University of London
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joseph Deville, Goldsmiths, University of London

Participants:
Debt and Sex in Domestic Economies: The Ambiguous Impact of Financialisation on Gender
Isabelle Gurin, Cessma (Institute of Research for Development/University Paris 7 Diderot/Inalco)
Visualising the Household Budget SheetNumbers As the Language of Indebtedness
Johnna Montgomerie, Goldsmiths, University of London

TH03-04
Understanding Business Power and Interests
Employers Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action

Discussant: Bernd Brandl, University of Newcastle
Session Organizers: Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University

Participants:
Making Sense of Employer Collectivism
Christian Lyhne Ibsen, University of Copenhagen, FAOS
Employers and Labour Market Insitutions: Friends or Foes?
Thomas Bredgaard, Aalborg University
Italian Agricultural Employers' Associations in the Fifties and Sixties: Their Influencing Action on Politics
Vanessa Pollastro, Economic History Department - Catholic University of Milan; Andrea Maria Locatelli, Economic History Department - Catholic University of Milan

TH04-04
Policy Legacies II: Flexibility & Policy Regimes
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizers: Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton; Werner Eichhorst, IZA; Maria Carmen Gonzalez Menendez, University of Oviedo

Participants:
Searching for Gaps: The Work-Related Values of the Young Generations
Sik Endre, TRKI; Gábor Hajdu, MTA TK SZI
Tracing Convergence in Flexibility and Income Security for Youth during the Economic Crisis
Janine Leschke, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Business and Politics; Mairead Finn, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Business and Politics
Wage and Consistency Between Education Level and Occupational Class of Young Workers in a Comparative Perspective
Marianna Filandri, University of Turin; Tiziana Nazio, University of Turin; Nicola Negri, University of Turin
Inequality and Job Polarization of the Youth Labor Market in Europe.
Kariappa Bheemaiah, Grenoble Ecole de Management; Mark Smith, Grenoble Ecole de Management

TH06-04
Inequality of Wealth
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Session Organizer: Ive Marx, University of Antwerp

Participants:
Wealth Inequality in South Korea in a Comparative Perspective: Housing Wealth, Household Structure, and Institutional Contraints
Byung You Cheon, Hanshin University; Jeong Jun Ho, Kangwon University; Jin-Wook Shin, Chung-Ang University; Jiyeun Chang, Korea Labor Institute
The Plight of Triple Precariousness: Low Income, Low Wealth and Inadequate Liquidity
Sarah Kuypers, University of Antwerp; Ive Marx, University of Antwerp

TH07-04
Multilevel Governance and Industrial Relations in Southern European Countries (II)
Mixed Market Economies in the Recession: The Issues of Growth, Employment, and Equality

Session Organizer: Francesco Ramella, University of Torin

Participants:

TH09-01
Regulatory Intermediaries 1
Regulatory Intermediaries: Bringing together Domestic and Transnational Regulation

Session Organizers: David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Kenneth Abbott, Arizona State University; Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College

Participants:
Co-Regulating Transnational Risks: The State and International Credit Rating Agencies
Judy Safira van der Graaf, London School of Economics and Political Science
Intermediaries in Regulatory Governance
Kenneth Abbott, Arizona State University; David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University of Jerusaelm; Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College

TH10-02
Organizational Inequality Mechanisms and Processes
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

Discussant: Martin Hllsten, Stockholm University
Session Organizers: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, University of California; Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts
Moderator: Martin Hllsten, Stockholm University

Participants:
Deinstitutionalization of Social Closure: The Case of Japan
Eunmi Mun, Amherst College; Jiwook Jung, National University of Singapore

TH15-04
Strategies for coping with uncertain futures
Uncertain Futures in Economic Decision Making

Discussant: Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science
Session Organizers: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science
Moderator: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

Participants:
Fishing for Customers: Uncertainty and the Microfoundations of the Taxi Market in Warsaw
Marcin Serafin, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

5:45 PM-6:45 PM


SP-01
SASE Presidential Address
Special Events

Discussant: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics

7:00 PM-9:00 PM


SP-02
SASE Welcome Reception
Special Events

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics

Friday, 3 July 2015

8:30 AM-10:00 AM


B-09
New Directions in Latin American Development: Insights from Varieties of Capitalism and Industry-based Studies
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
The Brazilian Industrial Restructuring: The Case of Garments and Textile Industry
Monica Abreu, Universidade Federal do Cear; Robson S Rocha, Aarhus University
Producing Inequalities and Transnational Automakers. Case Study: Audi in San Jose Chiapa, Puebla Mexico.
Juan Reyes Alvarez, Universidad Autnoma de Puebla; German Sanchez, Universidad Autnoma de Puebla
Varieties of Capitalism and the Study of Regional Development: The Case of the State of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cristiano Fonseca Monteiro, Universidade Federal Fluminense; Joo Marcos Lima Barboza, Universidade Federal Fluminense

C-08
Gender and Work/Life Interferences in Scientific Careers Part 1
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Farah Dubois-Shaik, Universit catholique de Louvain

Participants:
New Trends, Old Asymmetries. Gender Implications for the Emerging Generation of Researchers in Italy
Rossella Bozzon, University of Trento, Department of Sociology and Social Research; Annalisa Murgia, University of Trento, Department of Sociology and Social Research; Barbara Poggio, University of Trento, Department of Sociology and Social Research
Work-Family Interference and Scientific Career Experience: The Case of Postdoctoral Research Fellows
Bernard Fusulier, University of Louvain; Pascal Barbier, University Paris 1 Sorbonne
Academic Work, Gender and Family in Brazil: Time Experience Among Social Scientists
Marina de Carvalho Cordeiro, Federal University from Rio de Janeiro / Cardiff University

C-09
Men in Predominately Female Occupations Part 1
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Marie Buscatto, University Paris 1 Sorbonne

Participants:
Equal Pay and Work-Life Balance: Negotiations and Actions in Danish Female and Male Dominated Companies
Trine Pernille Larsen, University of Copenhagen; Steen Erik Navrbjerg, University of Copenhagen
Conditions, Process and Identity Consequences for Men in Female Occupations
Bernard Fusulier, University of Louvain; Marie Buscatto, University Paris 1 Sorbonne

D-01
Professionals, Economic Governance and Financial Policymaking
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Session Organizers: Didier Demazire, Sciences Po; James Faulconbridge, Lancaster University; Sigrid Quack, University Duisburg-Essen; Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:
The Beliefs Disseminated By the Brazilian and North American Business Discourse: A Comparative Reflection about Getulio Vargas Foundation (EAESP/FGV) and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Karine Dutra Rocha Viana, UNESP/Araraquara; Joyce Anselmo, UNESP/Araraquara; Camila Benjamin Vieira, UNESP/Araraquara; Gabriela Lanza Porcionato, UNESP/Araraquara

E-09
Trade Unions and Inequality: Taking Stock of Two Decades of Analyses and Reflections. a Seminar for Twenty Years of Transfer - European Review of Labour and Research
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussants: Roland Erne, University College Dublin; Maarten Keune, University of Amsterdam; Roberto Pedersini, Universitdegli Studi di Milano
Session Organizers: Maria Jepsen, European Trade Union Institute; Roberto Pedersini, Universitdegli Studi di Milano

Participants:
The Challenges of Modernisation: Towards a New Paradigm for Trade Unions in Europe
Ulrich Mckenberger, Hamburg University; Cornelia Stroh, Bremen University; Rainer Zoll, Bremen University
Trade Unions and Interest Representation in the Context of Globalisation
Richard Hyman, The London School of Economics and Political Science

E-10
Author Meets Critics: "Good Times, Bad Times: The Welfare Myth of Them and Us" by John Hills (Policy Press 2015)
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Critics: Colin Crouch, University of Warwick; Jonathan Hopkin, London School of Economics; Stewart Lansley, University of Bristol
Book Author: John Hills, London School of Economics
Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex


F-05
Clustering Strategies in Theory and Practice
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Fablabs the Italian Way: Emerging Patterns in the Creation of Local Collective Goods
Cecilia Manzo, University of Teramo; Francesco Ramella, University of Torin
Localized Clustering of Entrepreneurship for Innovation: Social Capital and Institutional Determinants
Francisco J. Granados, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals
Knowledge Transfer and Firm Learning in Developing Economy Clusters: Comparing the Role of Private and Public Intermediaries
Ian Clarke, University of Greenwich; Matias Ramirez, University of Sussex; Paloma Bernal, University of Sussex

G-12
Flexible and Precarious Work 3 - Well-Being
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Martin R. Schneider, University of Paderborn

Participants:
Fixed-Term Contracts and Subjective Insecurity: The Impact on Workers' Well-Being
Shireen Kanji, Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures, University of Leicester; Laura Helbling, University of Basel
Changes in Job Stability on the French Labor Market and Its Impact on the Quality of the Working Life
Delphine Remillon, INED; Carole Bonnet, INED; Benot Rapoport, Paris 1 and INED
Job Insecurity and Subjective Well-Being in Russia and Germany
Tatiana Karabchuk, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Arne Kalleberg, University of North Carolina

G-13
Job Quality and Well-Being
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Andrew Pendleton, University of Durham

Participants:
Employment Quality's Perceptions Among the Belgian Labour Force: The Emergence of a New Social Compromise
Fabrice Travaglianti, ValoRH, ULg; Amelie Dervaux, Lentic, HEC - ULg; Laura Beuker, CRIS, ISHS - ULg; Julie Grard, CRIS, ISHS - ULg; François Pichault, Lentic, HEC - ULg
The Only Way Is up: The Recent Job Quality Trajectory in Australia
Christopher Warhurst, University of Warwick; Sally Anne Wright, Warwick University; Stephan Whelan, Sydney University

H-11
Alternative Arrangements with Corporate Governance Systems, and Their Impact
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Session Organizers: Sue Konzelmann, Birkbeck, University of London; Olivier Butzbach, Second University of Naples
Moderator: Sue Konzelmann, Birkbeck, University of London

Participants:
1. Explaining the Relationship Between Firm Performance and Corporate Governance of Dutch Non-Life Insurance Companies: Dutch Mutual and Commercial Insurance Companies Compared
Frank Jan De Graaf, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences; Sebastiaan Lambalk, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
3. Alternatives within Corporate Ownership'
Donald Nordberg, Bournemouth University; Dionysia Katelouzou, Kings College London
4. Corporate Responsibility and the Idea of the Firm
Laurence Cranmer, Birkbeck, University of London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics, Birkbeck College, University of London

H-12
Labour Relations in Times of Change and Flexibility
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Nick Krachler, Cornell University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
After the Social Crisis: The Transformation of Labour Relations and Work Organization at France Telecom
Virginia Doellgast, London School of Economics; Maxime Bellego, University of Aix-Marseille; Elisa Pannini, London School of Economics and Political Science
The Impact of Labour Market Flexibilisation on the First Transition to Adult Life in Different Welfare States: Does Contractual Stability Matter?
Sonia Bertolini, University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society; Dirk Hofaecker, University of Essen; Paola Torrioni, University of Turin

J-04
New Directions in the Study of the Welfare State.
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Session Organizer: Alexander Hicks, Emory University
Moderator: Waltraud Schelkle, London School of Economics

Participants:
Labour Migration As a Social Right
Waltraud Schelkle, London School of Economics
Resilient Inequality: The Disabled, the Law, and Street Vending in Sao Paulo
Jacinto Cuvi Escobar, University of Texas at Austin

L-09
The "State" of Legitimacy: Governance after Economic Crises in Advanced and Emerging Economies
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussants: Andrew Schrank, Brown University; Mark Thatcher, LSE
Session Organizer: Ana Maria Evans, Instituto de Cincias Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa
Moderator: Vivien Schmidt, Departments of International Relations and Political Science, Boston University

Participants:
Mechanisms of Coordination and State Permeation: A Comparison of Large Emerging Economies
Tobias ten Brink, Institut Fur Politikwissenschaft, Goethe University; Andreas Noelke, Institut fr Politikwissenschaft, Goethe University; Christian May, Institut fr Politikwissenschaft, Goethe University
Facing Cyclical Crises: Political Responses of State Developmentalism in Brazil (2008-2014)
Renato Boschi, IESP/UERJ and INCT-PPED; Carlos Eduardo Santos Pinho, IESP/UERJ; INCT-PPED
The Political Economy of the Transition from 'emergence' to Crisis: India in the 21st Century
Surajit Mazumdar, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Understanding Russia's Statist-Patrimonial Capitalist Model through the Analysis of State-Business Power Relations
Alexandra Vasileva, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam

L-10
Politics of Financial Crisis Management
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam

Participants:

M-08
Desarrollo Econmico
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderator: Rolando Cordera Campos, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Participants:
Brazil at a Crossroads: Searching for a Coherent Developmental Strategy
Andr Moreira, UFRGS; Pedro Cezar Dutra Fonseca, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS, Brazil; Marcos Tadeu Llis, Unisinos; Julimar Bichara, UAM
Sobre La Gran Transformacin De Mxico: Modernizacin, Frustracin y Desarrollo Esquivo
Rolando Cordera Campos, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Leonardo Lomeli, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxido; Leonardo Lomeli, UNAM
Democracia, Legitimacin y Falacias
Ramon Nemesio Ruiz, Univ. de Valencia
Structural Reforms and Institutional Presidency in Latin America
Magna Inacio, Universidade Federal de MInas Gerais; Henrique Miranda, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

N-09
Ethical Finance
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Zeev Rosenhek, The Open University of Israel
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Sustainability Accounting and Reporting: A Dilution of Social Sustainability?
Stefanie Hiss, University of Jena; Sebastian Nagel, University of Jena; Bernd Teufel, University of Jena; Daniela Woschnack, University of Jena
The Good Measure of Others: Social Return on Investment and Its Role in Legitimacy-Seeking
Emily Barman, Boston University; Matthew Hall, London School of Economics; Yuval Millo, University of Leicester

N-10
People's Finance
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Simone Polillo, University of Virginia
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Financial Retailers and Financial Inclusion in Chile
Carolina Pinto, Universidad de Via del Mar; Rodrigo Figueroa, University of Chile; Javiera Correa, University of Chile
Crowdfunding in Sweden - Institutional Limits and Endogenous Possibilities.
Tiziana Sardiello, Department of Sociology, Stockholm University

O-05
Resilience in Local Systems and Emerging Issues in Industrial District, Cluster and Global Value Chain Analysis
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Valentina De Marchi, University of Padova; Joonkoo Lee, Hanyang University; Khalid Nadvi, The University of Manchester
Moderator: Joonkoo Lee, Hanyang University

Participants:
Describing the Change: Evolutionary Trajectories of Industrial Districts in Global Value Chains
Valentina De Marchi, University of Padova; Gary Gereffi, Duke University; Roberto Grandinetti, University of Padova
Global Value Chains and Manufacturing: Which Role for Industrial Districts?
Marco Bettiol, University of Padova; Maria Chiarvesio, University of Udine; Eleonora Di Maria, University of Padova

P-09
Financial Actors and Institutions (I): Accounting Issues
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussant: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe
Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management

Participants:
How the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Encourages Stock-Market Manipulation, and Why It Undermines the Performance of the Economy
William Lazonick, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Ken Jacobson, The Academic-Industry Research Network
The Endogeneity of Law and the Constitution of the German Leasing Market: A Field-Level Perspective
Jan Friedrich, Goethe Universitaet; Matthias Thiemann, Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt

P-10
Auditing (I): Institutional Perspectives
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizer: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe
Moderator: Richard Henry Macve, LSE

Participants:

Q-08
Asian Capitalisms and Global Finance III
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:

Q-09
Technology, Innovation and Industrial Upgrading III
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:

TH02-04
Financial Ecologies and Inclusion A
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Orsi Husz, Uppsala University
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
The Domesticization of Income Support. the Case of the Italian Pre-Paid Electronic Social Card
Valentina Moiso, University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society; Sandro Busso, University of Turin; Antonella Meo, University of Turin
The Multiple Accounts of Financial Inclusion
JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School

TH04-05
Policy Legacies III: Labour Market Policies
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizers: Werner Eichhorst, IZA; Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

Participants:
Structural Constrains, Social Policies and Youth Unemployment
Sebastian Sarasa, University of Pompeu Fabra
Understanding the Policy Assumptions Made in Youth Employment Activation from a Capability Approach
Valerie Egdell, Edinburgh Napier University; Robert Raeside, Edinburgh Napier University; Helen Graham, Edinburgh Napier University
Plus a Change? Innovation and Continuity in UK Youth Employment Policy in the Context of the Great Recession and Its Aftermath
Arianna Tassinari, Institute for Employment Studies; Sam Swift, Institute for Employment Studies; Kari Hadjivassiliou, Institute for Employment Studies

TH05-01
Defining and Measuring Inequality/Poverty: Dynamic Approaches and Policy Monitoring
Inequality of What?: Social Monitoring and the Difficult Choice of Analytical Concepts and an Implementable Metric

Session Organizer: Andrea Hense, Bielefeld University

Participants:
Multidimensional Poverty Dynamics: Methodology and Results for 34 Countries
Sabina Alkire, University of Oxford; Jose Manuel Roche, Save the Children; Ana Vaz, Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
Did Poverty Reduction Reach the Poorest of the Poor? Assessment Methods in the Counting Approach
Suman Seth, University of Oxford; Sabina Alkire, University of Oxford

TH06-05
Income Inequality, Well-Being and Social Cohesion
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Session Organizer: Herman van de Werfhorst, University of Amsterdam

Participants:
Does Inequality Make People Unhappy? Evidence of the Link Between Inequality of Opportunity and Subjective Wellbeing in Europe
Laura Ravazzini, University of Neuchatel; Florian Wendelspiess Chavez Juarez, University of Geneva; Christian Suter, University of Neuchatel
Rising Income Inequality and Declining Social Cohesion in Europe
Herman van de Werfhorst, University of Amsterdam
Is It Real? Inequality and Self-Perception
Philipp Poppitz, University Hamburg
Subjective Wealth and Power Status, Status Inconsistency, and Psychological Health in China
Lei Jin, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Tony Tam, Chinese University of Hong Kong

TH08-01
1 - Regions, Global Value Chains and Innovation Systems
Multinational Firms: Labor, Management, and Society

Session Organizers: Phil Almond, De Montfort University; Gregor Murray, Universit de Montral; Tony Edwards, Kings College London

Participants:
The Role of MNCs within the Global Aerospace Industry in Mexico
Jorge H. Carrillo, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Redi Gomis, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
What Makes MNC-Policy Collaborations Work in Practice?
Olga Tregaskis, University of East Anglia; Phil Almond, De Montfort University; Anthony Ferner, De Montfort University
Embedding Multinational Firms in Regional Business Systems: Neoliberal and Social-Democratic Models in Spain
Maria Carmen Gonzalez Menendez, University of Oviedo; David Luque, University of Oviedo; Gabriel Pruneda, University of Oviedo

TH09-02
Regulatory Intermediaries 2
Regulatory Intermediaries: Bringing together Domestic and Transnational Regulation

Session Organizers: David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Kenneth Abbott, Arizona State University; Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College

Participants:
Communitizing Regulatory Problems: The Effectiveness of the Wto's Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee As a Transnational Regulatory Intermediary
Sungjoon Cho, Chicago-Kent College of Law; Cecilia M. Suh, Funkhouser Vegosen Liebman & Dunn Ltd.; Jacob Radecki, Chicago-Kent College of Law
A Critical Look at the Concept of Regulatory Intermediaries in Food Safety Regulation
Tetty Havinga, Radboud University; Paul Verbruggen, Radboud University
The Politics of Regulatory Intermediation: European ICT Standardisation
Morten Kallestrup, University of Southern Denmark

TH10-03
Organizational Inequality Regimes
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

Discussant: Dustin Avent-Holt, Augusta State University
Session Organizers: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, University of California; Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts
Moderator: Dustin Avent-Holt, Augusta State University

Participants:
The Conditions of Parenthood in Organizations: An International Comparison
Alena Krizkova, Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences
Do Work-Family Policies Reduce Women's Employment Opportunities? a Firm-Level Analysis from Japan
Eunmi Mun, Amherst College; Mary C. Brinton, Harvard University
Leveling the Playing Field? Developmental Practices and Minority Representation in Professional Service Firms
Elizabeth H. Gorman, Sociology, University of Virginia; Fiona Kay, Queen's University

TH11-01
Group 1 - Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism
Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism

Discussant: James Mosher, Ohio University
Session Organizers: Bruno Amable, Universit Paris I Panthon - Sorbonne; Hideko Magara, Waseda University
Moderator: Marius Busemeyer, University of Konstanz

Participants:
The Emergence of an Anti-Bourgeois Bloc in France
Bruno Amable, Universit Paris I Panthon - Sorbonne; Stefano Palombarini, LED Universit Paris 8
Plus a Change: Explaining Neoliberal Continuity in Chile and Estonia
Aldo Madariaga, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG)

TH12-01
The Foundational Economy and the Conditions for Material Security
The Foundational Economy

Session Organizer: Julie Froud, University of Manchester

Participants:
The Financialization of a Social Housing Provider
Rodrigo Fernandez, KU Leuven/University of Leuven; Manuel Aalbers, University of Leuven; Jannes van Loon, KU Leuven/University of Leuven
Reorganisation for Material Security (not growth, jobs and redistribution)
Ewald Engelen, University of Amsterdam; Sukhdev Johal, Queen Mary, University of London; Angelo Salento, University of Salento; Karel Williams, N/A

TH13-01
No More Meltzer-Richard
The Politics of Egalitarian Policy

Discussant: Steven Sprick Schuster, Colgate University
Session Organizer: Lucy Barnes, N/A
Moderator: Lucy Margaret Goodhart, Brandeis University

Participants:
The Redistributive Preferences of the Well-Off
Elvire Guillaud, University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (CES); Michael Zemmour, Sciences Po (LIEPP)

10:15 AM-11:45 AM


B-11
Neoliberalism, Global Linkages and Citizenship in Comparative Perspective
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
Global Cities, Foreign SMEs and Access to Emerging Markets: A Conceptual and Empirical Research Discussion
Philippe Regnier, School of Management Fribourg; Pascal Olivier Wild, University of Geneva

B-12
Globalization and Inequalities: Lessons from Comparative Case Studies
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
The Government of Georgia Policies Impacting Inequality
Maia Margvelashvili, Tbilisi State University
The Problem of Overcoming Poverty in Post-Soviet Georgia
Nana Katsitadze, Tbilisi State University
The Effects of the Globalization in the Territory: Economic Inequality and of the Employment in Jalisco, Mexico.
Raquel Edith Partida Rocha, Universidad de Guadalajara; Rosario Cota Yaez, Universidad de Guadalajara

C-10
Men in Predominately Female Occupations Part 2
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Marie Buscatto, University Paris 1 Sorbonne

Participants:
Ambivalent Gender Accountability. Male Florists in the Swiss Context
Nicky Le Feuvre, University of Lausanne; Isabelle Valrie Zinn, EHESS, Paris
Teachers in Primary School : A Professional Access "Negotiated"
Celine Delcroix, UPOND; Yveline Jaboin, Jssate / /UBO

D-02
Contemporary Changes in Professional Labour Markets
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Session Organizers: Didier Demazire, Sciences Po; James Faulconbridge, Lancaster University; Sigrid Quack, University Duisburg-Essen; Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:
Local Professional Managers in Globalized Organizations
Christine Musselin, Sciences Po - CNRS

E-11
Political Economy of Inequality
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Labor Market Reform and Wage Inequality in South Korea
Hyeon-Kyeong Kim, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs; Peter Skott, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Inequality: An Industrial Relations Perspective
Isabel da Costa, CNRS-IDHES, ENS de Cachan

E-12
Author Meets Critics: "Governing Social Risks in Post-Crisis Europe" by Colin Crouch (Edward Elgar Pub 2015)
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Critics: Dorothee Bohle, Central European University; Vivien Schmidt, Boston University; Roland Erne, University College Dublin
Book Author: Colin Crouch, University of Warwick
Session Organizers: Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex; Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva


F-06
Innovation, Innovation Policy, and Inequality
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Analysing, Understanding and Shaping Social Innovation
Giesecke Susanne, Austrian Institute of Technology
Internet Connectivity and Income Inequality
Johannes M. Bauer, Michigan State University

FP-05
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "The Cultivation of Taste- Chefs and the Organization of Fine Dining" by Christel Lane (OUP 2014)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizer: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Moderator: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Book Author: Christel Lane, University of Cambridge
Critics: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Pierre Franois, Sciences-Po; Woody Powell, Stanford University; Richard Whitley, University of Manchester


FP-06
SER: Meet the Editors
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitt Berlin; Bruno Amable, Universit Paris I Panthon - Sorbonne; Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; David Rueda, Oxford University
Session Organizer: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitt Berlin


G-14
Gender, Work and Household in Post-Soviet Transformations
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: Sarah Ashwin, London School of Economics
Moderator: Sarah Ashwin, London School of Economics

Participants:
Gendered Engineering in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia
Sarah Ashwin, London School of Economics; Irina Kozina, Higher School of Economics; Roberto M Fernandez, MIT
Money, Power and Gender Inequality in Russian Households
Alya Guseva, Department of Sociology, Boston University; Dilyara Ibragimova, National Research University Higher School of Economics
My Money, His Money, Our Money: On Gendered Discourses of Household Money Among Heterosexual Polish Couples
Marta Olcoń-Kubicka, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

G-15
Labour Market Networks
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: David Bayliss, University of Manchester

Participants:
Occupational and Residential Trajectories of the Homeless and How These Interact
Delphine Remillon, INED; Pascale Dietrich-Ragon, INED
Fast-Paced Networks: How Varieties of Social Capital Impact Fashion Modeling Careers
Frederic Godart, INSEAD; Ashley Mears, Boston University

H-13
Alternatives within the Political and Legal System
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Mathias Siems, Durham University
Session Organizers: Sue Konzelmann, Birkbeck, University of London; Olivier Butzbach, Second University of Naples
Moderator: Olivier Butzbach, Second University of Naples

Participants:
1. Re-Inventing Industrial Strategy: Insight from Elite Sport Systems
Sue Konzelmann, Birkbeck, University of London; Marc Fovargue-Davies, Birkbeck, University of London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics
2. Fixing Finance: Comparative Approaches to Changing Firm Culture
John Conley, University of North Carolina School of Law; Cynthia Williams, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
3. Organizational Law and the Alternatives to Capitalist Firms in Liberal Market Economies
Francesca Gagliardi, University of Hertfordshire; David Gindis, University of Hertfordshire

H-14
Institutional Voids and Dynamics
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
An Institutional Perspective on Firms' Efforts to Fulfill the Earnings Cult
Guilhem Bascle, Louvain School of Management, Catholic University of Louvain; Jiwook Jung, National University of Singapore
The Economic Sociology of Institutional Voids a Neofunctionalist View
Kathleen Yi Jia Low, WU Vienna; James Robins, WU Vienna

J-05
Non-State Institutions in the Welfare State
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Session Organizer: Alexander Hicks, Emory University
Moderator: Matthew Soener, The Ohio State University

Participants:
The Changing Linkage of Family Members in Welfare Institutions
Patricia Frericks, Hamburg University; Julia Hppner, Hamburg University; Ralf Och, University of Hamburg; Nicola Schwindt, Hamburg University
Control Versus Capacity: The Dilemma of Marketization in Employment Services
Ian Greer, Cornell University; Karen Breidahl, University of Aalborg; Johannes Kirsch, University of Duisburg-Essen; Matthias Knuth, University of Duisburg-Essen; Lisa Schulte, University of Greenwich; Graham Symon, University of Greenwich
Firms and Labor Market Regulation
Sara Watson, Ohio State University

L-11
The Economic Extension of the State Beyond Domestic Borders and Implications for Market Governance
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Andreas Noelke, Institut fr Politikwissenschaft, Goethe University
Session Organizers: Mark Thatcher, LSE; Tim Vlandas, Reading University
Moderator: Andreas Noelke, Institut fr Politikwissenschaft, Goethe University

Participants:

L-12
Governance By Rule? the Changing Role of Rules and Their Limits
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Moderator: Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University

Participants:
The Changing State-Media Relations Since the Chinese Economic Reform
Xuan Jin, University of California at Berkeley
Solidarity, Markets, and the Regulation of Flood Risks: Insurance and Its Limits
Kristian Krieger, Universit catholique de Louvain; David Demeritt, King's College

M-09
Crisis, Austeridad y Bienestar
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Julimar Bichara, UAM
Moderator: Carmen Diaz-Roldan, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

Participants:
Polticas De Gasto En Tiempos De Crisis: Es Posible La Austeridad?
Carmen Diaz-Roldan, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Carmelo Monteagudo-Cuerva, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Grade Retention and Academic Performance in Spain. an Approach By an Pseudo-Panel.
Mauro Mediavilla, University of Valencia; Javier Valbuena, University of Girona; Alvaro Choi, University of Barcelona; Mara Gil, Autonomous University of Madrid

O-06
The Local-Global Nexus and the Sustainability Challenge
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Valentina De Marchi, University of Padova; Joonkoo Lee, Hanyang University; Khalid Nadvi, The University of Manchester
Moderator: Valentina De Marchi, University of Padova

Participants:
Local Responses to Global Market Pressures in the Textile and Apparel Industry: Evidence from Six Northern Italian Companies
Ruggero Golini, University of Bergamo; Barbara Resta, University of Bergamo; Stefano Dotti, University of Bergamo; Matteo Kalchschmidt, University of Bergamo
Industrial Clusters and the Institutionalization of Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Countries: The Role of International Donor Funding
Anjum Fayyaz, Lahore University of Management Sciences; Peter Lund-Thomsen, Copenhagen Business School; Adam Lindgreen, Cardiff Business School
Managing Product Innovation in Global Value Chains: Why Co-Location Still Matters
Giulio Buciuni, Ca' Foscari University of Venice; Vladi Finotto, UniversitCa' Foscari Venezia

P-11
Financial Actors and Institutions (II): Social Construction of Value
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussant: Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Session Organizer: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe
Moderator: Thierry Kirat, IRISSO / CNRS - University PARIS DAUPHINE

Participants:
How Social Categories Affect Market Prices
Sheen Levine, The University of Texas at Dallas

P-12
Auditing (II): Implementation Issues in Developing Countries
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Yousuf Kamal, University of Dhaka

Participants:
Models of Economics Development and Accounting Practices in Colombia
Aida Patricia Calvo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Audit Committee Financial Expertise and Audit Report Lag: Malaysia Further Insights
Zalailah Salleh, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu; Saeed Rabea Ali Baatwah, Hadhramout University; Norsiah Ahmad, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin

Q-10
Technology, Innovation and Industrial Upgrading IV
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:
Alternative Strategies for Technological Ascent? China Versus Japan
Jiajia Liu, University of Manchester; Andrew Tylecote, University of Sheffield

Q-11
Varieties and Diversity of Asian Capitalisms II
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:

TH02-05
Financial Ecologies and Inclusion B
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Public Policies, Financial Inclusion and Inequalities: A Review of Recent Trends in India and Mexico
Solene Morvant, University of Geneva, Facult des Sciences de la Socit; Cyril Fouillet, ESSCA Business School

TH03-05
The Changing Pattern of Employers' Collective Action
Employers Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action

Discussant: David Yeandle, Member of Employers' Group at European Economic and Social Committee
Session Organizers: Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University

Participants:
Adapting to Change: Employers' Organisations in Contemporary Britain
Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University; Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University

TH04-06
Policy Legacies IV: The Role of Insitutions
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizers: Andy Hodder, University of Birmingham; Jacqueline O'Reilly, N/A

Participants:
The interrelationships between the Europe 2020 social inclusion indicators
Andras Gabos, TARKI Social Research Institute; Sara Ayllon, Universitat de Girona
Youth Transition Trajectories Across Europe: The Role of Institutional Background
Gabriele Mazzolini, DEM, University of Trento; Gabriella Berloffa, DEM, University of Trento; Paola Villa, DEM, University of Trento
The Youth Guarantee a Case of Europeanisation of Almp?
Margherita Bussi, ETUI; Paolo R. Graziano, Bocconi University

TH05-02
Happiness / Subjective Well-Being and Its Determinants
Inequality of What?: Social Monitoring and the Difficult Choice of Analytical Concepts and an Implementable Metric

Session Organizer: Ortrud Lessmann, Helmut-Schmidt University

Participants:

TH06-06
Intergenerational Wealth Inequality
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Session Organizer: Ive Marx, University of Antwerp

Participants:
How Rigid Is the U.S. Wealth Structure? Inter- and Multigenerational Correlations in Family Wealth
Fabian T. Pfeffer, University of Michigan; Alexandra Killewald, Harvard University
Family Wealth and Children's Educational Outcomes in Sweden - an Extended Family Approach
Martin Hllsten, Stockholm University; Fabian T. Pfeffer, University of Michigan
The Impact of Inheritances in the Portuguese Wealth Distribution
Carlos Farinha Rodrigues, CEMAPRE - Lisbon School of Economics and Management; Isabel Andrade, CEMAPRE - Lisbon School of Economics and Management

TH08-02
2 - Multinationals and national employment models
Multinational Firms: Labor, Management, and Society

Session Organizers: Phil Almond, De Montfort University; Gregor Murray, Universit de Montral; Tony Edwards, Kings College London

Participants:
The Organizational Consequences of Host Country Institutions on Mnes: The Case of Work and Employment Relations
Geoffrey Wood, Warwick University; Chris Brewster, University of Reading; Michael Brookes, University of Newcastle
The Distinctiveness of Employment Relations within Multinationals: Empirical Evidence on Patterns of Developmental Concerns
Jacques Belanger, Laval University; Valeria Pulignano, KU Leuven; Nadja Doerflinger, KU Leuven
Expatriation Strategies for the Adaptation of Employment Modes to Different Market Economies
Johannes Meuer, University of Zurich; Marlies Kluike, University of Tuebingen; Uschi Backes-Gellner, University of Zurich; Kerstin Pull, University of Tuebingen

TH09-03
Regulatory Intermediaries 3
Regulatory Intermediaries: Bringing together Domestic and Transnational Regulation

Session Organizers: David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Kenneth Abbott, Arizona State University; Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College

Participants:
Farm to Flight: Orchestration, Social Networks and the Transnational Environmental Governance of Aviation
Lasse Folke Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School; Stefano Ponte, Copenhagen Business School
Big Third Party Certifiers and the Construction of Transnational Regulation
Jean-Pierre Galland, Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech, LATTS, IFRIS

TH10-04
Hiring, Selection and Sorting Processes
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

Discussant: Are Skeie Hermansen, University of Oslo
Session Organizers: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, University of California; Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts
Moderator: Are Skeie Hermansen, University of Oslo

Participants:
Best in Class? the Returns on Endorsement in Business School Admissions
Emilio J. Castilla, Massachusetts Insitute of Technology; Benjamin A Rissing, Brown University
Sorting Teachers into Schools: Teacher Hiring and the Reproduction of Inequality
Emily Penner, Stanford University; Jane Rochmes, Stanford University
Protecting Hiring Managers from Themselves: Organizational Dynamics and Discriminatory Online Candidate Screening
Steve McDonald, North Carolina State University; Amanda K. Damarin, Georgia Perimeter College; Scott Grether, North Carolina State University
Should We Clash or Should I Go? the Impact of Low Wage and Bad Working Conditions on the ExitVoice Trade-Off
Olivier Godechot, Sciences Po, MaxPo and CNRS; Zinaida Salibekyan, CEE

TH11-02
Group 2 - Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism
Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism

Discussant: Erik Bengtsson, University of Gothenburg
Session Organizers: Bruno Amable, Universit Paris I Panthon - Sorbonne; Hideko Magara, Waseda University
Moderator: Philippe Schmitter, European University Institute

Participants:
Cost of Democracy: Changing Aspects of Modern Democracy
Hiroshi Shiratori, Hosei University
Economic Crises and Democratic Accountability
Philippe Schmitter, European University Institute
Precarity and No Resistance? Towards an Explanation of an Apparent Paradox in Western Societies
Svenja Flechtner, University of Flensburg; Gloria Kutscher, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Department of Management, Institut for Gender and Diversity in Organizations

TH12-02
Food, Culture and Consumption in the Foundational Economy
The Foundational Economy

Session Organizer: Julie Froud, University of Manchester

Participants:
Foundational Economy from the Bottom-up: The Case of Alternative Food Networks
Filippo Barbera, University of Torino; Joselle Dagnes, University of Torino
Integrated Risk Management to Measure the Performance of the Agri-Food Sector.
Maria Jesus Munoz, University Jaume I; Juana Maria Rivera, University Jaume I; Raul Leon, Unversidad de Zaragoza

TH13-02
No More Material Interests
The Politics of Egalitarian Policy

Discussant: Ignacio Jurado, University of York
Session Organizer: Lucy Barnes, N/A
Moderator: Deborah Mabbett, Birkbeck

Participants:
Disentangling Preferences for Multi-Dimensional Policies: A Conjoint Experiment
Paul Marx, University of Southern Denmark; Jose Fernandez-Alberto, Instituto de Polticas y Bienes Pblicos; Aina Gallego, Institut de Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals
Whose News? How Economic News Responds to the Distribution of Gains and Losses
Timothy Hicks, N/A; Alan Jacobs, University of British Columbia; Scott Matthews, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Eric Merkley, University of British Columbia

12:00 PM-1:00 PM


FP-07
Featured Speaker Mariana Mazzucato (University of Sussex) - Innovation and Inequality: A Different Interpretation
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics


FP-08
Featured Speaker Nancy DiTomaso (Rutgers University) - Race and Politics in the U.S.: The American Non-Dilemma
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics


FP-09
Featured Speaker Stephen Machin (University College London) - What Do We Know about the Causes of Growing Wage Inequality?
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics

2:15 PM-3:45 PM


A-05
Urban Communities and Communitarian Ideals
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society

Session Organizer: José A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid

Participants:
Citizens' Giving Behavior in Urban China: Findings from Beijing, Guangzhou and Kunming
Tao Lin, Peking University; Kinman Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Jiangang Zhu, Sun Yat-Sen University; Terence Yuen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

B-13
The Political Economy of the Middle-Income Trap
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizer: Richard Doner, Emory University

Participants:
Why Is It a Trap: The Political Economy of the Middle-Income Trap
Richard Doner, Emory University; Ben Schneider, MIT
"Spurred to Upgrade: A Review of Triggers of Change in the Global Value Chain Literature."
Albert Fuentes, Georgia Institute of Technology; Seth Pitkin, UC Irvince
Elite Preferences, Policy Influence and the Middle-Income Trap
Stefan Panther, Europa-Universitat Flensburg

B-14
FDI and OFDI
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
Ofdi Promotion Policies in Emerging Economies: The Brazilian and Chinese Strategies
Luiz Caseiro, University of So Paulo; Gilmar Masiero, University of So Paulo
On Maquila, Diamonds and Telecom: Building a Theoretical Classification of FDI in Developing Countries
Iliana Olivie, Elcano Royal Institute; Aitor Perez, Elcano Royal Institute
Multilatinas reputation at a crossroads: Accounting for their social irresponsibility across different institutional environments
Elisa Giuliani, Universit di Pisa (P.I. 00286820501); Davide Fiaschi, University of Pisa; Federica Nieri, University of Pisa
Productive Capacity, Diversification and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in LDC
Helio Henkin, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul; Carlos Schonerwald, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

C-11
Gender and Work/Life Interferences in Scientific Careers Part 2
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Farah Dubois-Shaik, Universit catholique de Louvain

Participants:
Bridging the Gap Between Life and Work for Female Academics: The Role of Leadership
Gulsun Saglamer, Istanbul Technical University; Hulya Caglayan, Istanbul Technical University
Gender, Work and Family in French Academia: A Case Study
Viviane Albenga, Sciences Po; Anne Boring, Sciences Po; Marta Dominguez-Folgueras, Sciences Po
Gender, Work and Flexible Careers Across the Life Course
Jennifer Tomlinson, University of Leeds; Marian Baird, University of Sydney; Peter Berg, Michigan State University; Rae Cooper, University of Sydney

E-13
Organizing Work and Workers
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Manufacturing in Europe, 1995-2010: Reconfiguring Interests and Institutions
Amy Erbe Healy, NUI Maynooth; Sean O Riain, Maynooth University
The Spatial Politics of Work
Victoria Hattam, New School for Social Research

E-14
State Intervention and Public Policy
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Contemporary Industrial Policy in North America Navigating Economic Transition
Dan Herman, Balsillie School of International Affairs
Fiscal Policy, Wealth and Income Distribution
Nora Claudia Ampudia, Universidad Panamericana Campus Guadalajara
Innovation Contests and the Role of Public Agencies in the USA
Isabelle Liotard, CEPN university of Paris 13; Valerie Revest, TRIANGLE

F-07
Labor Regimes, Public Policies, and Innovation
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Firms' Strategies and Institutions: International Competition and the Fate of German Solar Photovoltaic Companies
Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester; Maria Allen, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

G-16
Gender Inequality
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Chiara Benassi, Royal Holloway, University of London

Participants:
Austerity and Gender Equality in Two Flexible Labour Markets: The Cases of Spain and the UK
Jill Rubery, The University of Manchester; Marti Lopez Andreu, University of Manchester
Employment and Non-Employment : A Gender Perspective
Mathilde Guergoat-Lariviere, Conservatoire National des Arts et Mtiers, LIRSA & CEE; Sverine Lemire, Universit Paris-Descartes
Explaining Gender Discrimination in the Employment and Earnings of Engineering Graduates in India
Pradeep Kumar Choudhury, Institute for Studies in Industrial Development
Marriage Market and the Distribution of Returns to Higher Education: A Dynamic Microsimulation Perspective for France
Pierre Courtioux, EDHEC Business School; Vincent Lignon, Universit Paris 1 Panthon-Sorbonne and INED

G-17
Measuring Skills
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Christine Erhel, University Paris 1

Participants:
A Task Based Approach to Assessing Skills
Matthew Bidwell, The University of Pennsylvania
Measuring the Specificity of Occupational Training Curricula and Labor Market Flexibility
Christian Eggenberger, University of Zurich; Miriam Rinawi, University of Zurich; Uschi Backes-Gellner, University of Zurich
Evaluating Continuing Vocational Training: An Activity Theory Approach
Michela Bolis, Catholic University of Milan; Ivana Pais, Catholic University of Milan; Silvia Ivaldi, Universit Cattolica
Skills Forecasting: What Lessons Can be Drawn for Education and Training Policies in Germany?
Nicola Helene Duell, Economix Research & Consulting, managing partner

G-18
Pay and Incentives
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Shireen Kanji, Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures, University of Leicester

Participants:
Working from Home: What Is the Effect on Employees' Effort?
Kira Pauka, University of Basel; Michael Beckmann, University of Basel
Fair Wages and Employee Effort: Microeconometric Evidence
Patric Georges Diriwaechter, University of Basel
Performance-oriented practices and outsourcing in voluntary organisations in the UK
Bethania Antunes, University of Greenwich - Work and Employment Research Unit (WERU); Amy Humphris, University of Brighton
Ownership, Governance, and Pay in Britain
Andrew Pendleton, University of Durham; Howard Gospel, King's College; Alex Bryson, NIESR

G-19
Socio-Economics of Labour Markets
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Anna Ilse, FAOS, Department of Sociology, Copenhagen University

Participants:
Labour Market Segmentation and Youth Employment Insertion in France: A Job-Finding Channels Approach
Guillemette de Larquier, Universit Paris Ouest Nanterre La Dfense, EconomiX; Graldine Rieucau, Paris 8, LED
A Socio-Economic Perspective Labour Markets
David Marsden, London School of Economics
Socio-Economic Typology of Employment: Labour and Educational Constituents
Arkadiy Tuchkov, St. Petersburg State Economic University

G-20
Skills and Training
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Sophia Seung-yoon Lee, Ewha Womans University

Participants:
Labor Market of Knowledge Workers: Innovation and Inequality in Brazil
Patricia Silveira Rivero, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - NEPP-DH/UFRJ
Unfilled Training Places in Germany Regional and Company-Specific Determinants
Ute Leber, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Occupational Transitions of Youth in Europe. Evidence from Four European Countries
Valentina Goglio, European Commission - Joint Research Center; Roberto Rizza, University of Bologna

H-15
Alternatives within National Financial Systems: Innovation, Heterogeneity, Sustainability
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Luca Andriani, Birkbeck University of London
Session Organizers: Sue Konzelmann, Birkbeck, University of London; Olivier Butzbach, Second University of Naples
Moderator: Donald Nordberg, Bournemouth University

Participants:
1. Alternatives within an Isomorphic Field: Theorizing and Measuring Heterogeneity in Italian Banking, 1994-2012
Olivier Butzbach, Second University of Naples; Elvira Romano, Second University of Naples
3. Adaptability of the Grameen Model in the Context of the UK
Asif Aftab Kalam, Birkbeck, University of London

H-16
The Emergence of New Markets
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Emily Erikson, Yale University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
Open to Competition? the Role of Competitive Intensity in the Legitimization of Young, Innovative Ventures
D. Hugh Whittaker, University of Oxford; Benjamin P. Fath, University of Auckland Business School; Antje Fiedler, The University of Auckland
Is Machiavelli Relevant to the Contemporary Art World?
Anna Dempster, Sotheby's Institute of Art

J-06
Welfare State and Inequality
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Session Organizer: Alexander Hicks, Emory University
Moderator: Martin Schuerz, Oesterreichische Nationalbank

Participants:
Private Wealth Across European Countries: The Role of Income, Inheritance and the Welfare State
Martin Schuerz, Oesterreichische Nationalbank; Pirmin Fessler, OeNB
Welfare State and Industrial Transformations: The Dynamics of Inequality and the Challenge of Policy Alignment.
Hassan Akram, Wake Forest University; Antonio Andreoni, SOAS University of London
Welfare State and Industrial Transformations: The Dynamics of Inequality and the Challenge of Policy Alignment.
Hassan Akram, Wake Forest University; Antonio Andreoni, SOAS University of London

L-13
A New EU? Transformative Consequences of the Eurozone Crisis
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam

Participants:
Europeanization of Social Policies: Benchmarking the Implementation of the European Social Dialogue Agreements
Emmanuelle Perin, Universite catholique de Louvain; Thomas Prosser, Cardiff University
Eurozone Governance and the Asymmetric Distribution of the Costs of Adjustment: The Contingent Influence of the Ideas of Policy-Makers
Michel Goyer, University of Birmingham; Miguel Glatzer, LaSalle University; Rocio Valdivielso del Real, Liverpool John Moores University
Austicurity? Unpacking EU Labour Market Policy in the Aftermath of the Financial Crash
Thomas Hastings, Research Associate; Jason Heyes, University of Sheffield

M-11
Desigualdad Econmica y Social/1
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderator: Alcides Goularti Filho, UNESC

Participants:
Earnings Distribution of Cuban Immigrants in the United States: Evidence from Quantile Regression.
Aleida Cobas Valdes, Universidad del Pas Vasco; Ana Fernndez-Sainz, Universidad del Pas Vasco
Polticas De Austeridad y Desigualdad: El Caso Espaol
Carlos Ochando Claramunt, Universidad de valencia; Jos Vicente Soler Girons, Universidad de Valencia
Marginacin, Pobreza y Desigualdades En Localidades Indgenas De Chiapas, Mxico
Jorge Alberto Lopez Arevalo, UNACH; Gerardo Nuez Medina, UNACH
Financialization, Non-Financial Corporations and Income Inequality
Ignacio Alvarez, Complutense Institute of International Studies (ICEI)

N-11
Author Meets Critics: "Conservatives Versus Wildcats: A Sociology of Financial Conflict" by Simone Polillo (Stanford University Press 2013)
N: Finance and Society

Critics: Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School; Sabine Montagne, CNRS; Leon Jesse Wansleben, London School of Economics
Book Author: Simone Polillo, University of Virginia
Session Organizer: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego


N-12
Household Debt I
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Mikolaj Lewicki, University of Warsaw
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Historical Institutionalism and the Comparative Study of Bankruptcy Law
Iain Ramsay, KENT LAW SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF KENT

O-07
The Importance of Place in Gvc Analysis
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Gary Gereffi, Duke University; Mari Sako, University of Oxford; Timothy Sturgeon, MIT; Eric Thun, University of Oxford

Participants:
Industrial Downgrading? the Television Industry in Mexico. Technological Change and Cluster Deformation
Janette Brito, UABC; Jorge H. Carrillo, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Redi Gomis, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

P-13
Financial Actors and Institutions (III): Rise and Shortcomings of International Finance
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Jean-Baptiste Pons, Mines Paristech

Participants:
From the Hybridisation of the French Banking Model to the Rise of Global Leaders: The French State's Key Role in Developing Asset Management
Nicolas Bedu, GREThA, University of Bordeaux; Caroline Granier, GREThA, University of Bordeaux

P-14
Auditing (III): Regulatory Architectures
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussant: Richard Henry Macve, LSE
Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management

Participants:
The Accounting Court: Some Speculations on Why Not?
Gary Kleinman, Montclair State University; Pamela Jean Strickland, Methodist University; Asokan Anandarajan, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Q-12
Technology, Innovation and Industrial Upgrading V
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:
Entrepreneurial Capabilities and the State: The Emergence of Korea's on-Line Gaming Industry
Steven Casper, Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt

Q-13
Inequalities and welfare I
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:

TH02-06
Multiple Currencies A
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Mapping Dollar Transactions: Usdollar Uses and Meanings in Argentine Economy
Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Ariel Wilkis, Universidad Nacional de San Martn

TH03-06
The Different Roles of Employers' Organisations in Employment Relations
Employers Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action

Discussant: Edmund Heery, Cardiff University
Session Organizers: Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University

Participants:
Employer Engagement in Welfare to Work Programmes: A Comparative Analysis of the UK and Denmark
Jo Ingold, University of Leeds; Danat Valizade, University of Leeds
From Industry to Issue-Based Association: Changing Forms of Collective Action Amongst UK Employers
Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University; Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University
Employer Association at Work: Competitive Tripartism and the Singapore National Employers' Federation (SNEF) 1980-2000
Kah Chun Bernard Gan, School of Management, University of New South Wales; Peter Sheldon, School of Management, University of New South Wales; David E Morgan, School of Management, University of New South Wales

TH04-07
Youth Voice I: Representation at Work
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizers: Andy Hodder, University of Birmingham; Lefteris Kretsos, University of Greenwich; Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

Participants:
Trade Unions and Young Workers in Seven EU Countries
Maarten Keune, University of Amsterdam
Trade Union Youth Sections and Social Media - Evidence from the UK
Andy Hodder, University of Birmingham; David Houghton, University of Birmingham
Trade Union Renewal through Young Workers: Adaptation Process of Two Union Organizations in Canada
Melanie Laroche, Universit de Montral; Mlanie Dufour-Poirier, Universit de Montral
Who Needs Whom ? Trade Unions and the Youth in Belgium
Nadja Doerflinger, KU Leuven - CESO; Valeria Pulignano, KU Leuven - CESO

TH05-03
Multidimensional Measurement of Quality of Life and Capabilities
Inequality of What?: Social Monitoring and the Difficult Choice of Analytical Concepts and an Implementable Metric

Session Organizer: Juergen Kaedler, SOFI Gttingen

Participants:
Inequality of What? Socioeconomic Reporting and Capability, Participation and Precariousness
Ortrud Lessmann, Helmut-Schmidt University; Peter Bartelheimer, SOFI (Soziologisches Forschungsinstitut)
A Model to Measure Inequalities and Quality of Life.
Graciela Tonon, Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora

TH06-07
Inequality: A Broader View
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Session Organizers: Abigail McKnight, LSE; Wiemer Salverda, University of Amsterdam

Participants:
Unpicking Piketty
Michael Roberts, Independent Researcher
Social mobility in Europe
Anna Ludwinek, Eurofound

TH09-04
Regulatory Intermediaries 4
Regulatory Intermediaries: Bringing together Domestic and Transnational Regulation

Session Organizers: David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Kenneth Abbott, Arizona State University; Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College

Participants:
Trust Problems in Interdependent Regulatory Chains
Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University
From Private Governance to State Regulation of Ethical Markets?
Sara Jane McCaffrey, Franklin & Marshall College; Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College

TH10-05
Linked Employer-Employee Data and Organizational Inequalities
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

Discussant: Olivier Godechot, Sciences Po, MaxPo and CNRS
Session Organizers: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, University of California; Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts
Moderator: Olivier Godechot, Sciences Po, MaxPo and CNRS

Participants:
Market Transformation and the Opportunity Structure for Gender Inequality: A Cohort Analysis Using Linked Employer-Employee Data from Slovenia
Joseph King, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, UC Irvine; Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrcela, University of Ljubljana
The Intergenerational Transmission of Employers in Norway
Are Skeie Hermansen, University of Oslo
Organizational Inequalities: First Estimates of Wage Dispersion in German Workplaces
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts; Peter Jacobebbinghaus, Bielefeld University and IAB

TH11-03
Group 3 - Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism
Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism

Discussant: Engelbert Stockhammer, Kingston University London
Session Organizers: Bruno Amable, Universit Paris I Panthon - Sorbonne; Hideko Magara, Waseda University
Moderator: Baptiste Francon, BETA Lorraine

Participants:
Abenomics and Japanese Politics
Masanobu Ido, Waseda University

TH12-03
Contracting and (dis)Organising Public Services in the Foundational Economy
The Foundational Economy

Session Organizer: Julie Froud, University of Manchester

Participants:
Public strategies facing marketization of waste management
Dario Minervini, University of Naples Federico II
Regional Extraction and the Foundational Economy
Adam Leaver, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
What a Waste! the Process and Outcome of Outsourcing
Julie Froud, University of Manchester; Adam Leaver, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester; Michael Moran, University of Manchester

TH13-03
Predistributive Institutions and Policies
The Politics of Egalitarian Policy

Discussant: Aidan Regan, School of Politics, University College Dublin
Session Organizer: Lucy Barnes, N/A
Moderator: Timothy Hicks, N/A

Participants:

4:00 PM-5:30 PM


B-15
Crisis, Change and Continuity: (re-)Establishing Macroeconomic Governability in Europe and Beyond
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Discussants: Vivien Schmidt, Departments of International Relations and Political Science, Boston University; Bob Hancke, LSE
Session Organizers: Benjamin Braun, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Ronen Mandelkern, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Moderator: Bob Hancke, LSE

Participants:

B-16
MNEs
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
Social Justice in the 21st Century: A Study of MNEs Tax Avoidance and Government Policies
Mahtab Akhavan Farshchi, London South Bank University; Herman Belgraver, The Queen's University Management School

B-17
Development from an Ecological Perspective
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
The Green Economy Proposal in Latin America: Continuity of the Globalization after Its Crisis
Pablo Sigfrido Corte Cruz, Benemrita Universidad Autnoma de Puebla; Pablo Sigfrido Corte Cruz, Benemrita Universidad Autnoma de Puebla
Women and Climate Change. an Indispensable Element in Developing Countries
Gemma Duran-Romero, Professor; Jose Antonio Negrin-de la Pea, Professor

C-12
Gender and Work/Life Interferences in Scientific Careers Part 3
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Farah Dubois-Shaik, Universit catholique de Louvain

Participants:
Gendertime; Impact Evaluation As Part of the Learning Process
Karin Siebenhandl, Donau-Universitt Krems; Eva Mayr, Donau-Universitt Krems; Michaela Gindl, Donau-Universitt Krems; Valentina Janev, Pupin
Teleworking As a Measure of Work-Life Balance and a Factor of Quality at the University of Padua
Marina De Rossi, University of Padua; Emilia Restiglian, University of Padua
About Glass Ceiling Index GCI
Silvana Badaloni, University of Padova; Anne-Sophie Godfroy, Universit Paris Est - Crteil; Lorenza Perini, University of Padova

D-03
Cross-border Migration of Professionals: Upward or Downward Mobility?
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Session Organizers: Didier Demazire, Sciences Po; James Faulconbridge, Lancaster University; Sigrid Quack, University Duisburg-Essen; Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:
Socio-Economic Insertion of Latin American Professionals in Canada: Understanding Complexity through Self-Representations and Descriptive Data
Sébastien Arcand, Hautes tudes Commerciales - Montral; Victor Armony, University of Quebec at Montreal

E-15
The Crisis and Employment Relations
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:

E-16
Labor Market Institutions, Wages and Employment
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
"Sixty Five Years of National Minimum Wage: Assessing the French Experience"
Jerome Gautie, University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne
Does Labour Law Increase Youth and Total Unemployment? Analysis of a New Dataset for 31 Countries
Prabirjit Sarkar, Jadavpur University; Simon Deakin, University of Cambridge

E-17
Employee Involvement, Employee Downsizing, and Employment in Small Firms
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Equal amongst Unequals: Comparing the Employee share ownership experience in the UK and Korea
Sukanya Sen Gupta, University of London; Yeong Joon Yoon, Cornell University
Corporate Restructuring in Hard Times: Institutions and Interests in the Implementation of Employee Downsizing Measures in Germany (2008-2013)
Michel Goyer, University of Birmingham; Shabneez Bhankaraully, University of Birmingham; Ian Clark, university of Leicester

F-08
Institutions, EcoSystems, and Innovation
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Policy Support for Intangible Assets: A Varieties of Capitalism Perspective
Fabian Bocek, Goethe-University Frankfurt; Alexander Ebner, Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt
Varieties of Entreprenerial Ecosystems
Jan Peter van den Toren, Birch Research; Erik Stam, Utrecht University

G-21
LM Policy
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Asif Aftab Kalam, Birkbeck, University of London

Participants:
The Use of a French Employment Program Activite Reduite : Determinants and Trajectories of Jobseekers
Sabina Issehnane, CEE; Leila Oumeddour, CEE; Fabrice Gilles, Lille 1 University; Florent Sari, University of Nantes

G-22
HRM: Performance
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Delphine Remillon, Centre d'Etudes de l'Emploi

Participants:
Between Exit and Voice: Russian and Finnish Employees' Responses to Unmet Expectations
Evgeniya Balabanova, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Employee Experience of High Performance HRM Practices: A Comparison Between International Joint Venture and Local Banks in Saudi Arabia'
Yazeed Falaih, Royal Holloway University of London; Alice Lam, Royal Holloway, University of London

G-23
Segmentation
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Dirk Hofaecker, University of Essen

Participants:
Do Less Skilled Workers Face Crodwing out in the Brazilian Urban Labor Market?
Maria Cristina Cacciamali, University of So Paulo; Tania de Toledo Lima, Federal University of So Carlos; Fabio Tatei, University of So Paulo
ARE Overweight Job Applicants Disadvantaged? Assessing the IMPACT of Adiposity on Employment Chances
Andrew Timming, University of St Andrews; Dennis Nickson, University of Strathclyde; David Perrett, University of St Andrews; Daniel Re, University of Toronto

G-24
Transformation of the German Labour Market
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Renate Neubaeumer, IZA research fellow

Participants:
Remigration of Employees to Eastern Germany
Dieter Bogai, Institute for Employment Research; Holger Seibert, Scientific staff; Mirko Wesling, Scientific staff
Continuity and Change in the German Labor Market
David Brady, WZB Berlin Social Science Center; Thomas Biegert, WZB Berlin Social Science Center; Sigurt Vitols, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

H-17
Varieties of Capitalism in a Changing World
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Laure-Emmanuelle Leguy, Warwick Business School
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:

H-18
The Political Dynamics of Capitalism
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Richard Deeg, Temple University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
Law and Finance in Emerging Economies: The Case of Germany 1800-1913
Carsten Gerner-Beuerle, London School of Economics

H-19
Supplier and Service Relatioships in Changing Capitalist Economies
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Jung Wook Shim, Kyoto Sangyo University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
Who Owns Client-Professional Relationships-the Merging Firm or the Merged Firm?: Post-Merger Integration through Client Sharing Between Audit Firms
Masaru Karube, Hitotsubashi University; Hironori Fukukawa, Hitotsubashi University; Israel Drori, College of management Academic Studies
Interdependent Behavior in Plant Location Choice: Japanese Auto-Parts Firms' Entry in China
Hideyuki Takenouchi, Sophia University; Yasuhiro Saito, Obirin Univeristy; Ichiro Takahashi, Jissen Women's university
Relational Structure of Global Automotive Industry: Groups, Networks and Fields
Mario Sacomano Neto, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar; Paulo Cesar Matui, Federal University os So Carlos; Silvio Eduardo Alvarez Candido, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar; Roniberto Morato do Amaral, Federal University os So Carlos

L-14
The Power of Market Fundamentalism: Karl Polanyi's Critique (Roundtable Discussion)
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussants: Craig Calhoun, LSE; Maurice Glasman, London Metropolitan University; Michael McQuarrie, London School of Economics; Margaret Somers, University of Michigan
Session Organizer: David Woodruff, London School of Economics


M-12
Desigualdad Econmica y Social/2
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderator: Laura Perez Ortiz, Universidad Autnoma Madrid

Participants:
Desigualdad En La Distribucin Del Trabajo Domstico y De Cuidados: Zhacia Una Democratizacin?
Matxalen Legarreta, University of the Basque Country-UPV/EHU; Cristina Garcia-Sainz, Economics
Desigualdad y Calidad En El Empleo
Laura Perez Ortiz, Universidad Autnoma Madrid; Ana Isabel Vias Apaolaza, Universidad Europea de Madrid; Elena Cachon, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid
Emprendimiento, Espacio y Desigualdad De Ingresos. El Caso De Chile
Miguel Atienza, Universidad Catolica del Norte; Marcelo Lufin, Universidad Catlica del Norte; Gianni Romani, Universidad Catlica del Norte
Concentration of Income and Slow Growth in America Latina
Albino Luna, UNAM; Gustavo Vargas, UNAM

N-13
Central Bank
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Daniel Maman, Ben-Gurion University
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
From Wicksell to Le Bourva: The Compensation Thesis' in Monetary Theory
Dirk H. Ehnts, Bard College Berlin; Nicolas Barbaroux, University of St Etienne

N-14
Household Debt II
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Alya Guseva, Boston University
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Foreign Exchange Mortgages As Market Devices.
Mikolaj Lewicki, University of Warsaw
The Portfolio Society in Europe: Financial Intensification and Household Debt in Six Countries
Tod Van Gunten, Universidad Carlos III; Edo Navot, University of Haifa

O-08
Testing and Broadening the Gvc Framework
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Gary Gereffi, Duke University; Mari Sako, University of Oxford; Timothy Sturgeon, MIT; Eric Thun, University of Oxford
Moderator: Gary Gereffi, Duke University

Participants:
From Governance to Corporate Strategy: Injecting Management Studies into Global Value Chain Research
Mari Sako, University of Oxford; Ezequiel Zilberberg, Said Business School

P-15
Governance and Regulation in Financial Markets and Institutions: Search for Resilience and Sustainable Markets
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussants: Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management; Prem Sikka, Essex Business School; Paul Williams, NC State University; Thomas Clarke, University of Technology Sydney
Session Organizer: Guler Aras, Yildiz Technical University
Moderator: Guler Aras, Yildiz Technical University


P-16
Financial Actors and Institutions (IV): Regulating Capital Markets
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Session Organizers: Yuri Biondi, CNRS - ESCP Europe; Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan; Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management
Moderator: Konstantinos Sergakis, University of Bristol

Participants:
Do Financial Markets React to Regulatory Sanctions? Evidence from France
Thierry Kirat, IRISSO / CNRS - University PARIS DAUPHINE; Amir Rezaee, Associate Professsor

Q-14
Inequalities and welfare II
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:
Time and Risk Preference in Japan
Markus Heckel, Goethe University; Na Zou, Goethe University
Measuring Unfair Inequality: The Case of Japan
Sayaka Sakoda, Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS

Q-15
Work, Labor Markets, and Migration I
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Session Organizers: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University; Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt; Tobias ten Brink, University of Frankfurt

Participants:

TH02-07
Multiple Currencies B
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Sardex, from Parallel Currency to Institution. a Micro-Macro Case Study
Laura Sartori, University of Bologna; Paolo Dini, LSE
The Circulation and Transformation of Value in Transborder Currencies
Magdalena Villarreal, CIESAS; Lya Margarita Nio, UABC; Joshua Cullen Greene, WAU

TH03-07
Employer Collective Action Across the World
Employers Organizations, Business Interest Representation, and Employer Collective Action

Discussant: Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University
Session Organizers: Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University; Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University

Participants:
Employers in Quebec: What Logic of Action at the Sectoral Level?
Melanie Laroche, Universit de Montral; Jean Charest, Universit de Montral
Continuity and Changes in Employers' Views of French Joint Regulation
Catherine Vincent, IRES; Michle Tallard, CNRS-IRISSO

TH04-08
Youth Voice II: Representation Beyond the Workplace
Inequalities in Youth Labor Transitions

Session Organizers: Andy Hodder, University of Birmingham; Lefteris Kretsos, University of Greenwich

Participants:
Polish Parliament and Youth Labor Transitions: Explaining the Dynamics of Lawmaking in the Sejm
Kamil Marcinkiewicz, Carl von Ossietzky Universitat Oldenburg

TH06-08
Panel Debate Drivers, Impacts and Policies of Inequality
Inequality: Drivers, Impacts, and Policies

Book Authors: Ive Marx, University of Antwerp; Brian Nolan, INET, University of Oxford; Daniele Checchi, University of Milan; Herman van de Werfhorst, University of Amsterdam
Session Organizers: Wiemer Salverda, University of Amsterdam; Abigail McKnight, LSE


TH08-03
3 - Regime Shopping or Embeddedness
Multinational Firms: Labor, Management, and Society

Session Organizers: Phil Almond, De Montfort University; Gregor Murray, Universit de Montral; Tony Edwards, Kings College London

Participants:
The Foxconn Employment System
Jan Drahokoupil, European Trade Union Institute
Industrial Relations Practices Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon Companies the Perspective of Danish Shop Stewards
Trine Pernille Larsen, University of Copenhagen; Steen Erik Navrbjerg, University of Copenhagen

TH09-05
Regulatory Intermediaries 5
Regulatory Intermediaries: Bringing together Domestic and Transnational Regulation

Session Organizers: David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Kenneth Abbott, Arizona State University; Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College

Participants:
What Have We Learned
David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Kenneth Abbott, Arizona State University; Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College

TH10-06
The Organizational Production of Earnings Inequalities: A Comparative Project Using Leep Data
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

Discussants: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, University of California; Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts; Dustin Avent-Holt, Augusta State University
Session Organizer: Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts

Participants:
This Session Is a Panel Discussion, It Does Not Include Papers
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts

TH11-04
Group 4 - Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism
Social Coalitions, Political and Economic Crises, and Diversity of Capitalism

Discussant: Thibault Darcillon, University of Paris 7
Session Organizers: Bruno Amable, Universit Paris I Panthon - Sorbonne; Hideko Magara, Waseda University
Moderator: Hiroshi Shiratori, Hosei University

Participants:
European Growth Models and Working Class Restructuring
Engelbert Stockhammer, Kingston University

TH12-04
Rethinking the Foundational Economy
The Foundational Economy

Session Organizer: Julie Froud, University of Manchester

Participants:
Mapping the Foundational Economy in Austria Size, Spatial Distribution and Sources of Finance
Leonhard Plank, Vienna University of Technology, Department of Spatial Planning, Centre of Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy; Wolfgang Blaas, Vienna University of Technology, Department of Spatial Planning, Centre of Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy
Grounded Firms (not inward investment)
Rachel Bowen, Federation of Small Business Wales; Lucy Brill, University of Manchester; Karel Williams, N/A
The Harmlessness of Voluntary Simplicity
Onofrio Romano, University of Bari "A. Moro"

TH13-04
The Electoral and Partisan Politics of Inequality
The Politics of Egalitarian Policy

Discussant: Elvire Guillaud, University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (CES)
Session Organizer: Lucy Barnes, N/A
Moderator: Marius Busemeyer, University of Konstanz

Participants:
Common Shocks, Divergent Consequences: The Political Economy of Housing Bubbles
Aidan Regan, School of Politics, University College Dublin
Gridlock: Income Inequality and Party Infighting
David Barrett, Trinity College Dublin; Liam Kneafsey, Trinity College Dublin

5:45 PM-6:45 PM


FP-10
Featured Panel - Does Capitalism Have a Future?
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Craig Calhoun, LSE; Amitai Etzioni, GW University; Wolfgang Streeck, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Polly Toynbee, The Guardian
Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Amitai Etzioni, GW University

6:45 PM-7:15 PM


SP-03
SASE Awards Ceremony
Special Events

Discussant: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics

7:15 PM-9:00 PM


SP-04
SASE Gala Reception
Special Events

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics

Saturday, 4 July 2015

8:30 AM-10:00 AM


A-06
Investigaciones y Reflexiones Crticas Sobre Empoderamiento De Las Comunidades I (Session in Spanish)
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society

Session Organizer: Jos A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid

Participants:
Individual Social Capital Inequality: Puting to the Test Lin's Model in the Spanish Case.
Jos Atilano Pena Lpez, University of A Corua; Jos Manuel Snchez Santos, University of A Corua
National Policy of Support of Clusters in Brazil the Case of the Region of Integrated Development of Federal District and Surrounding Areas
Violeta de Faria Pereira, University of Brasilia; Claudia Andreoli Galvao, UNIVERSITY OF BRASILIA

B-18
The Internationalization of Pharmaceutical Production in the Developing World
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Nitsan Chorev, Brown University; Kenneth Shadlen, London School of Economics

Participants:
The Transformation of the India Pharmaceutical Industry: Whither Africa's Supply?
Kenneth Shadlen, London School of Economics; Chirantan Chatterjee, Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore

B-19
Roots of American Inequality
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizers: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University; Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University

Participants:
Globalization and Increasing Inequality of Poverty in United States over the Past Decade
Ashish Singh, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Inequality, Financialization and the US Current Account Deficit
Maria N Ivanova, Goldsmiths, University of London

C-13
Varia/Miscellaneous
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
Trends in Job Satisfaction
Shivani Taneja, University of Essex
The Future of Family Farms in Switzerland: Perceptions of Risks and Chances
Christine Jurt, Agroscope; Stefan Mann, Agroscope
Social Vulnerability Index By Gender to Climate Change
Abraham Granados, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM)
Gender (In)Equality in the Polish Working Class. Analysis of Everyday Practices.
Dorota Olko, University of Warsaw; Institute of Sociology
Reconsidered Gender Inequalities in an Era of Growing Education
Barbara Barabaschi, Catholic University, Department of Economic and Social Sciences; Chiara Mussida, Catholic University, Department of Economic and Social Sciences

C-14
Labour Market Issues, Work-Family Policies and Gender Part 1
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
Determinants of a Silent (R)Evolution: Understanding the Expansion of Family Policy in Rich OECD Countries
Emanuele Ferragina, Sciences Po; Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, University of Oxford
Family Policy and Maternal Employment in the Czech Transition: A Natural Experiment
Alzbeta Mullerova, EconomiX, University of Paris West - Nanterre la Defense

C-15
Care Work and Housework Part 1
C: Gender, Work and Family

Session Organizers: Bernard Fusulier, Universit catholique de Louvain; Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq

Participants:
We Must Help Them As Much As We Can: Grandparents Care Work in a Neo Liberal Era
Nitza Berkovitch, Ben Gurion University; Shlomit Manor, Western Galilee College
How Do Inequalities in the Distribution of Housework Influence the Quality of Family Relations?
Pablo Garcia-Ruiz, Universidad de Zaragoza; Pau Mari-Klose, Universidad de Zaragoza; Marga Mari-Klose, Universidad de Barcelona
Informal Caregiving for the Elderly in Europe. How Much Do Work and Culture Matter?
Fernanda Mazzotta, UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO; DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS; Francesca Bettio, University of Siena; Valentina Zigante, PSSRU

D-04
Globalisation, Professions and Professional Service Firms
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Session Organizers: Didier Demazire, Sciences Po; James Faulconbridge, Lancaster University; Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School; Sigrid Quack, Lancaster University

Participants:
The Market for International Organization
Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School
Transnational Professional Service Firms and Institutional Change: The Case of the Milan Financial and Professional Service Sub-Field
James Faulconbridge, Lancaster University; Daniel Muzio, Newcastle University Business School
The Professions, Globalisation and Imperialism
Mehdi Boussebaa, University of Bath

E-18
Precarious Employment and Work Intensification
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Lives in Suspense the Realities and Hopes of Posted Workers in the
Jens Arnholtz, FAOS, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen; Astrid Stampe Knippel, FAOS, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen

E-19
Rethinking Production, Labor, and Innovation
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Experimental Institution Building: The Transnational Multi-Actor Governance Response to the Rana Plaza Disaster
Jimmy Donaghey, University of Warwick; Juliane Reinecke, University of Warwick

E-20
Atypical Work and Precarity
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Session Organizers: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Sabina Avdagic, University of Sussex

Participants:
Lifting the Floor Rights of Atypical Workers the Role of Social Partners and Sectoral Bargaining
Trine Pernille Larsen, University of Copenhagen; Mikkel Mailand, University of Copenhagen

F-09
Dilemmas of Creativity, Innovation, and Boundary-Spanning in Creative Fields
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Session Organizers: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University; Matthew Allen, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Cooking Under Fire: Managing Paradoxes of Creativity and Innovation in Haute Cuisine
Christel Lane, University of Cambridge; Daniela Lup, LSE

G-25
The Making of Cross-Border Labour Markets: Transnational Actors, Institutions and Inequalities
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: Karen Shire, University Duisburg-Essen

Participants:
Cross-Border Labour Market-Making in Germany and the Netherlands: Brokering Mobility to Evade Protections?
Hannelore Mottweiler, University Duisburg-Essen; Markus Tuente, University of Duisburg-Essen

G-26
Skills and Economic Transition
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Bethania Antunes, University of Greenwich - Work and Employment Research Unit (WERU)

Participants:
Workforce Problems in Hotel Industry of Georgia
Kakhaber Cheishvili, Tbilisi State University
Work in Later Adulthood in Mexico
Isalia Nava-Bolaos, Instituto de Investigaciones Econmicas (IIEc), UNAM

G-27
Value Chains and Employment
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Elisa Pannini, London School of Economics and Political Science

Participants:
Vanishing Value Chains and the Decline of Industrial Districts: The Case of the Brazilian Automotive Industry
Geoffrey Wood, Warwick University; Pauline Dibben, University of Sheffield; Caroline Linhares, University of Sheffield; Juliane Meira, University of Sheffield
Determinants of Subsidiary Roles of Foreign-Owned Firms in Japan and Human Resource Management Practices
Shinji Hasegawa, Waseda University; Rei Hasegawa, Daito Bunka University
Longing for Equality in Brazil: A Brief Assessment from Occupational Structure, Demographics and Inequality Trends
Paulo Srgio Fracalanza, Institute of Economics, State University of Campinas - UNICAMP; Rosana Icassatti Corazza, Department of Science and Technology Policy, Institute of Geosciences, State University of Campinas - UNICAMP

H-20
Institutional Logics and Discourse
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
Blending in the Iron Cage: The Integration of Social and Economic Discourse in U.S. Firms, 1960-2010
Christof Brandtner, Stanford University; Patricia Bromley, University of Utah

H-21
Defining Patient Capital
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Michel Goyer, University of Birmingham
Session Organizers: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London; Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

Participants:
What Is Patient Capital and Who Supplies It?
Richard Deeg, Temple University; Iain Hardie, University of Edinburgh
What Is Patient Capital' for Financial and Non-Financial Actors?
Tristan Auvray, University of Paris 13; Thomas Dallery, Universit du Littoral Cte dOpale - CLERSE; Sandra Rigot, university Paris North

L-15
Transnational Governance: Integration and Coherence
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Sigrid Quack, MPIFG
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam

Participants:
Creating Private Institutions for "Good" Global Governance
Philip Schleifer, European University Institute

L-16
Corporate Governance after the Global Financial Crisis: Issues and Perspectives
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside
Session Organizers: John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Frans van Waarden, UniversityCollege, Utrecht University; Jonathan Zeitlin, University of Amsterdam

Participants:

M-13
Instituciones Del Mercado De Trabajo y Crisis En La UE
M: Spanish Language

Session Organizers: Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Moderator: Julimar Bichara, UAM

Participants:
Collective Bargaining Reforms in Southern Europe during the Crisis
Miguel A Malo, Universidad de Salamanca; Johanna K Silvander, International Labour Organization
El Procedimiento De Inaplicacion De Convenios Colectivos En El Derecho Espanol
Natividad Mendoza, Universidad de Castilla- La Mancha; Maria Isabel Bonilla Delgado, Universidad de Castilla- La Mancha
Competencia Sindical y Efectos Sobre La Conflictividad Laboral En La Negociacin Colectiva. El Caso De Espaa.
Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Manuel Perez Trujillo, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

N-15
Eurozone Crisis
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:
Critical Realism, Debt Markets and the Eurozone: Action, Structure and Experience in Greece
Akrivi Andreou, Medbest SA; Andreas Andrikopoulos, University of the Aegean; Christos Nastopoulos, Alpha Bank
Common Currencies, Disparate Solidarities: The Crisis of the Eurozone in Comparative Perspective
Pierre-Christian Fink, Columbia University; Josh Whitford, Columbia University

N-16
Inequalities I
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Dean Curran, University of Calgary
Session Organizers: Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University; Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University

Participants:

O-09
Gvcs in Europe: New Patterns of Internationalization
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Gary Gereffi, Duke University; Mari Sako, University of Oxford; Timothy