28th Annual Meeting

Friday, June 24, 2016

9:00 AM-10:30 AM


B-01
Trading Places: The Role of Asian and Latin American Capitalisms in the Reshaping of the Global Economy.
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Discussant: Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University
Moderator: Gerald A. McDermott, Moore School of Business, U. of South Carolina
Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, University of Bristol; Gerald A. McDermott, Moore School of Business, U. of South Carolina; Heike Doering, Cardiff University

Participants:
Shifts in Innovation Patterns: Brazil's Move to the Technological Frontier
Paola Perez-Aleman, McGill University; Flavia Chaves Alves, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

B-02
World on the Move: Migration, Networks and New Moralities
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development


Participants:
Morality and Economic Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Guinea-Bissau
Júlio Vicente Cateia, Federal University of Santa Maria; Flávio Stefanello, Federal University of Santa Maria; Semertsides Ferreira, Universidade Estadual Paulista

C-01
Gender, Age and Aging
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
Post-Retirement Jobs and End-of-Careers : A Comparative Analysis Between Men and Women
Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec-Teluq; Nadia Lazzari Dodeler, Université du Québec à Rimouski
Gender Inequality in First Pillar Pensions in 6 EU Countries: Germany, Sweden, Belgium, France, Italy, Spain
Sally Bould, University of Delaware; Roxana Eleta DiFilippis, University of Le Havre; Claire Gavray, University of Liege; Isabella Crespi, University of Macreta
Spatial Dimension As Indicator for Social Roles: Between Work and Family
Loic Trabut, Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques
How Young Adults Imagine Their Economic Future
Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Yader Lanuza, University of California, Irvine

E-01
Recent Developments in Social Dialogue - National and Multi-Level Environment
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Lorenzo Frangi, UQAM

Participants:
Employment relations and social dialogue in small firms – Reading the Italian evidence comparatively
Ida Regalia, University of Milan; Lisa Dorigatti, University of Milan; Marco Guerci, University of Milan

E-02
Industrial Relations, Performance, and Varieties of Capitalism
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Stefano Gasparri, University of Warwick

Participants:
Industrial Relations Systems and Macro-Economic Performance
Roberto Pedersini, Università degli Studi di Milano

E-03
Industrial Relations across Borders
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Alexander Spielau, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

Participants:
The Views of Managers Towards EWCS
Valeria Pulignano, KU Leuven; Jeff Turk, CESO - KU Leuven; Jeremy Waddington, University of Manchester; Thomas Swerts, Antwerpen University

G-01
The Future of Work - the IPSP Chapter on Employment
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Discussants: David Marsden, London School of Economics; Jacqueline O'Reilly, University of Brighton; Bernhard Ebbinghaus, University of Mannheim
Session Organizers: Werner Eichhorst, IZA; Nadya Araujo Guimaraes, University of Sao Paulo

Participants:

G-02
Non-Standard Work
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Janis Vossiek, University of Konstanz

Participants:
A Multi-Level Analysis of the Role of Occupations and Tasks for Non-Standard Work
Chiara Benassi, Royal Holloway, University of London
The Trajectories of Job Seekers with Activity : Exit to Permanent Contract or Locking-in Effects ?
Sabina Issehnane, CEE; Leila Oumeddour, Centre d'études de l'emploi; Leonard Moulin, Université Paris 13
Income Discontinuity and New Strategies of Money Management.
Sonia Bertolini, University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society; Valentina Moiso, University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society

H-01
Values and Incentives: Approaches to Products and Markets
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Armando Lara-Millan, Department of Sociology, UC Berkeley

Participants:
Learning Not to Diversify: The Transformation of Graduate Business Education and the Decline of Diversifying Acquisitions
Jiwook Jung, National University of Singapore; Taekjin Shin, San Diego State University College of Business Administration
Navigating Norms: Making Sense of Products in Contested Markets
Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley; Cyrus Dioun, University of California, Berkeley, Dept. of Sociology

J-01
New Perspectives: New Framing, New Nuance.
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Moderator: Charlie Eaton, UC Berkeley Department of Sociology

Participants:
Social Return on Investment (SROI) Methodology to Account for Value for Money of Health Interventions: The Case of the Psoriasis in Spain
Alvaro Hidalgo-Vega, Castilla-La Mancha University; Luz Maria Pena-Longobardo, Castilla-La Mancha University

M-01
Moral e Individualismo en el Desarrollo Económico
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Carmen Diaz-Roldan, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

Participants:
Las Doctrinas Economicas: El Papel Del Mercado Frente Al Del Individuo
Carmen Diaz-Roldan, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Nieves Carmona-Gonzalez, Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
Economía Moral En Adam Smith y Amartya Sen
Augusto Alean, Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar
La Imposibilidad Del Altruismo y Otros Comportamientos Desinteresados En El Marco De La Teoría Neoclásica
Gabriela Lizeth Pimentel Linares, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Crisis Moral De La Política Local En España: Gobernanza y Nuevo Municipalismo a Partir De La Experiencia De Torrelodones (España)
Luis Angel Collado-Cueto, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid-Dpto. Estructura Económica; Santiago Fernández-Muñoz, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid-Dpto. Humanidades

P-01
Accounting and Auditing (I): Perspectives on Accounting Regulation
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Colin Haslam, Queen Mary University of London

Participants:
Accounting and the Third Enclosure Movement
Nihel Chabrak, United Arab Emirates University - Collge of Business and Economics; Christine Cooper, University of Strathclyde; Paul Williams, North Carolina State University; Lesley Catchpowle, University of Greenwich

Q-01
Diversity of Asian Capitalism: Economic Transformations and Political Regimes
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS

Participants:
Open Market Economy without Democratic Corporatism?
HakJae Kim, Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Free University of Berlin
Reform, Globalisation and the Growth Slowdown in India: A Political Economy View
Mritiunjoy Mohanty, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

TH01-01
Social Structures in the New Capitalism
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
Moderator: Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis

Participants:
Shared Goods but What about Shared Identities? the Resonance of the Sharing Economy in Local Communities
Yotala Oszkay Febres-Cordero, University of California, Los Angeles
The Labour of Sharing: Three Discourses on the Division of Labour in Couchsurfing
Karolina Mikolajewska-Zajac, UC Berkeley / Kozminski Univ., Warsaw
Distinction at Work: Status Practices in a Community Production Environment
William Attwood-Charles, Boston College; Juliet Schor, Boston College

TH02-1
Market-making by Rule-making
Building Bridges between Economic Sociology and International Relations

Discussant: Kathleen McNamara, Georgetown University

Participants:
Development By Stealth - Governing Market Integration in the Eastern Peripheries of the European Union
Laszlo Bruszt, European University Institute; Julia Langbein, Free University

TH03-1
Socially Responsible Investment
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Moral Economies for Governing the Firm?

Discussants: Jean-Pierre Chanteau, university Grenoble-Alpes; Andy Smith, Centre Emile Durkheim, University of Bordeaux

Participants:
Ties: Binding and Structuring a Field. the Case of French SRI
Elise Penalva-Icher, Paris Dauphine University; Bernard Leca, ESSEC
What Is the Impact of Responsible Business Organizations on Responsible Business Practice? the Case of Business for Social Responsibility
Daniel Kinderman, University of Delaware; Nikolas Rathert, Hertie School of Governance; Sigurt Vitols, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

TH05-01
Domesticizing Financial Products I: Everyday Monetary Practices
Domesticizing Financial Economies - Part 3

Discussant: Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento
Moderator: Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po

Participants:
Morality and Money on the Move
Magdalena Villarreal, CIESAS; Gerardo Enrique Garcia, CIESAS
Reducing Ambiguity in Gift-Giving: Disreputable Exchange and the Management of Donations in a Police Department
Daniel Fridman, University of Texas at Austin; Alexander Luscombe, University of Winnipeg
How Currencies Make Histories: Poland's Swiss Franc Decade (2005-2015)
Mateusz Halawa, Department of Anthropology, The New School for Social Research

TH07-01
Theorizing Islamic Economy and Finance
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Getting `Real’ About Islamic Finance
Larry Beeferman, Harvard Law School

TH09-01
Reputations and Market Attachments
Moral Economies and Markets in the Digital Age


Participants:
The "Prosthetic" Markets of the Digital Economy
Neil Pollock, University of Edinburgh
Shaping Consumers' Voice: Algorithmic Apparatus or Evaluation Culture?
Jean-Samuel Beuscart, University Paris Est - Marne-la-Vallee; Kevin Mellet, Orange Labs; Thomas Beauvisage, Orange Labs

TH12-01
Enhancing Participation in the Production and Consumption of Food - Part 1
Re-embedding the Social: New Modes of Production, Critical Consumption and Alternative Lifestyles

Discussant: Francesca Forno, University of Bergamo
Moderator: Paolo R. Graziano, University of Padua

Participants:
Italian Solidarity Purchasing Groups: A Critical Assessment of Their Social Impact
Lara Maestripieri, University of Pavia; Nadia von Jacobi, University of Pavia; Toa Giroletti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Piacenza

TH14-01
Inequality Generating Processes
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches


Participants:
Corporate Clients and the Progress of Women in U.S. Law Firms
Fiona Kay, Queen's University; Elizabeth Gorman, University of Virginia
Do Blacks Benefit from Social Networks? An Audit Study
Gokce Basbug, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

TH15-01
Market Regulation of Everyday Life
The Marketization of Everyday Life

Discussant: Antoine Bernard de Raymond, INRA
Moderator: Sidonie Naulin, Sciences Po Grenoble / PACTE

Participants:
The Marketization of Long-Term Care – the Interaction of Culture, Institutions and Actors in Explaining Cross-National Differences
Christopher Grages, University of Hamburg; Birgit Pfau-Effinger, University of Hamburg; Thurid Eggers, University of Hamburg
The Marketization of Domestic Work in Uruguay and Spain
Virginia Kimey Pfluecke, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

10:45 AM-12:15 PM


B-03
Author Meets Critics: "Paper Tigers, Hidden Dragons and the Wider Implications of China's High-Technology Development Path" by Douglas B. Fuller (OUP 2016)
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Book Author: Douglas B Fuller, Zhejiang University
Critics: Gary Gereffi, Duke University; Thomas Gold, UC Berkeley; Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College; Richard Doner, Emory University


B-04
Locality, Place, and Politics in International Development
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development


Participants:
Migration, Meaning(s) of Place and Variation in Means (strategies) – Ends (outcomes) in Cumbria, England: Implications for Rural Innovation Policy
Zografia Bika, University of East Anglia; Christos Kalantaridis, De Montfort University; Debbie Millard, University of Bradford
Poverty, Inequality and Indigenous Population in Municipalities of Chiapas, Mexico.
Jorge Alberto Lopez-Arevalo, UNACH; Gerardo Nunez-Medina, UNACH; Rafael Alejandro Vaquera-Salazar, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas
Expansion of Cattle Ranching in Mato Grosso State, Brazilian Amazon: From Land Availability to Emerging Technologies
Miguelangelo Dorneles Gianezini, UNESC; Clandio Favarini Ruviaro, UFGD; Tamara Esteves Oliveira, UFRGS
Intersectionality and the Socio-Economics of the Caribbean Tourism-Driven Economic Development Model
Robert Clemente Chalwell, Broward College; Iliyan Iliev, University of Texas

C-02
Job Quality and Occupational Welfare
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
The Public-Private Mix in Work-Family Reconciliation in Austria, Denmark, Italy, and Britain
Tobias Wiss, Johannes Kepler University; Bent Greve, Roskilde University
Gender Equality and Welfare at the Workplace: Perceptions of Employees in the Spanish Port System
Isabel Novo-Corti, University of A Coruna; Asuncion Lopez-Arranz, University of A Coruna; Fernando Gonzalez-Laxe, Universidad da Coruna

E-04
Recent Trends in Employment Practices: Non-Standard and Female Employment
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Sinisa Hadziabdic, University of Geneva

Participants:

F-01
Cultures of Innovation and Knowledge Creation
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Moderator: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University

Participants:
Meanings of Fostering Innovation in a Field Under Construction
Mauricio Reinert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Fernanda Yumi Tsujiguchi, Maringa State University

FP-01
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendancy, Western Decline, and the Hidden Currencies of Global Sex Work" by Kimberly Kay Hoang (UC Press, 2015)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Moderator: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley
Session Organizer: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley
Book Author: Kimberly Kay Hoang, University of Chicago
Critics: Alice Goffman, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Horacio Ortiz, IIAC - CNRS; Leslie Salzinger, University of California, Berkeley


G-03
Vocational Education and Training: Institutions and Economic Outcomes
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Chiara Benassi, Royal Holloway, University of London
Session Organizers: Christian Rupietta, University of Zurich; Uschi Backes-Gellner, University of Zurich

Participants:
Labour Market Institutions and the Training Motivation of Firms: A German - Australian Comparison
Harald Pfeifer, Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB)
Firms' Training Investments and Post - Training Wages of Apprentices
Hans Dietrich, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Harald Pfeifer, Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB); Felix Wenzelmann, Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB)

G-04
Labour Market Segmentation
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Yally Avrahampour, London School of Economics & Political Science

Participants:
Labour Participation of People Living with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus: Is There Any Difference Between HIV-Positive People and the General Population?
Luz Maria Pena-Longobardo, Castilla-La Mancha University; Juan Oliva-Moreno, University of Castilla-La Mancha

H-02
Varieties of Capitalism
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School

Participants:
The Business Systems of the World's Leading 61 Economies: Institutional Comparison, Clusters, and Implications for Varieties of Capitalism and Business Systems Research
Michael A. Witt, INSEAD; Luiz Ricardo Kabbach de Castro, EESC - Universidade de São Paulo; Kenneth Amaeshi, University of Edinburgh Business School; Sami Mahroum, INSEAD; Dorothee Bohle, Central European University; Lawrence Saez, SOAS
The Insitutions of German Retailing within the German Variety of Capitalism
Michael Wortmann, Berlin School of Economics and Law

H-03
Historical Approaches
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Caitlin Rosenthal, University of California - Berkeley

Participants:
Protestant Ethics and the Spirit of Entrepreneurship in Early Danish Capitalism
Martin Jes Iversen, CBS; Camilla Slok, Copenhagen Business School
Inventing Water Lilies: Latour-Marliac and the Social Dynamics of Market Creation
Robert Charles Sheldon, Novancia Business School Paris

J-02
Recently Developing Welfare States
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Moderator: Alexander Hicks, Emory University

Participants:
Conditionality, Austerity and Welfare: Financial Crisis and Its Impact on Welfare in Italy and Korea
Stefano Sacchi, University of Milan; Jungho Roh, Yonsei University
Brazilian Welfare: Achievements and Risks
Kleber Chagas Cerqueira, University of Brasilia

L-02
Future(s) of Distributed Governance
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: Elizabeth Popp Berman, University at Albany, SUNY
Session Organizer: Elisabeth Clemens, University of Chicago

Participants:
Reinventing Public/Private Governance
Elisabeth Clemens, University of Chicago
Governing Universities in a Digital Era
Mitchell Stevens, Stanford University; Alexander Kindel, Stanford University
Reconstructing Technocracy in the Era of Privatization
Michael McQuarrie, London School of Economics

M-02
América Latina y Desarrollo
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Santos Ruesga, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

Participants:
América Latina y Los Efectos De La Desaceleración De China
André Cunha, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul; Julimar da Silva, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Marcos Caputi Lélis, Unisinos
Las Desigualdades Sociales De La Economia Colombiana.
Karina Manrique Lopez, UNIVERSIDAD DISTRITAL FRANCISCO JOSÉ DE CALDAS

N-02
Money
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Benjamin Braun, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

Participants:
The Sanctity of Money
Lindsay DePalma, University of California-San Diego
When Cash Is the Tie That Binds: Situating Affective Monetary Attachments in the Euro-Zone
Ursula M Dalinghaus, Institute for Money, Technology, and Financial Inclusion UC Irvine

P-02
Accounting and Auditing (II): Auditing Process and the 'Big Four'
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Nohora Garcia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Participants:
Perceptions of the Impact of the Accounting Reform in the Public Accountancy Profession in Colombia
Nohora Garcia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Luis Antonio Gonzalez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Q-03
Globalization, the State, and Social Policies in Crisis?
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS

Participants:
Wagner's Law and Indian Economy
Rajesh Kumar, PPN College
Paths to Decentralization: Changing Territorial Dynamics of Social Policy in the People's Republic of China and the United States
Daniel Beland, University of Saskatchewan; Philip Rocco, University of Pittsburgh; Shih-Jiun Shi, Taiwan University; Alex Waddan, UNiversity of Leicester
Legacy of Developmental State: Globalization, Income Polarization and Welfare Spending in Korea
Suk-Man Hwang, Changwon National University; Hyun-Chin Lim, SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

TH01-02
Regulation and Conflict in the Platform Economy
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
Moderator: Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis

Participants:
Deregulating/Regulating Work and Employment in the Platform Economy. the Case of Uber Drivers in France
Sophie Bernard, IRISSO - Paris Dauphine University; Sarah Abdelnour, IRISSO - Paris Dauphine University
It's None of Our Business: The Postindustrial Corporation and the Guy with a Car As Entrepreneur
Julia Tomassetti, Center for Law, Society, & Culture, Maurer School of Law, University of Indiana
Taxis Versus Uber: Politics and Morality in Competing Market Forms
Jason Jackson, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

TH02-2
The Dynamics of Multi-Level Regulatory Negotiation Across Policy Domains
Building Bridges between Economic Sociology and International Relations

Discussant: Marc Schneiberg, Reed College
Session Organizer: J. Nicholas Ziegler, Brown University

Participants:
Cross-National Policy Sequencing and Regulatory Interdependence
Henry Farrell, George Washington University; Abraham Newman, Georgetown University

TH03-2
Inequality and Moral Economy
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Moral Economies for Governing the Firm?

Discussant: Catherine Casey, University of Leicester

Participants:
Civil Society, the Moral Economy and Horizontal Governance: The Fishing Gvc and New Zealand
Christina Stringer, University of Auckland; Nigel Haworth, University of Auckland; S. Hughes, The University of Auckland Business School
When Temporary Work Companies Commit Themselves to CSR
François Sarfati, CEE et Lise CNRS; Claire Vivés, CEE et Lise CNRS

TH05-02
Finance Domesticizing the Household I: Pricing and Evaluating Financial Subjects
Domesticizing Financial Economies - Part 3

Discussant: Joe Deville, Lancaster University
Moderator: Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po

Participants:
Marred By Bad Credit: The Social Distribution and Consequences of Subpar Credit Records
Barbara Kiviat, Harvard University; Rourke O'Brien, University of Wisconsin La Folette School of Public Affairs
The Domestic Market: Pricing in the Home
Sarah Sparke, University of the West of England
Personalized Pricing: Discriminating Persons and Domesticating Markets
Liz Moor, Goldsmiths, University of London; Celia Lury, University of Warwick

TH06-1
Subnational Economic Governance and Institutional Experimentation
Institutional Experimentation and Subnational Economic Governance: Building New Narratives and Capabilities


Participants:
Entrepreneurship in Spain and the Role of Policy. Decentralization and Coordination As Policy Challenges
Begona Cueto, University of Oviedo; Maria C. Gonzalez, University of Oviedo
Experimental Industrial Policy: Regions, Actors and Their Institutions in Search of Self Narratives
Gregor Murray, Université de Montréal; Matthieu Pelard, Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work & Canada Research Chair in Globalization and the Work World; Phil Almond, De Montfort University; Tod Rutherford, Maxwell School
Spatial and Industry Association Effects on Climate Change Action and Denial
David Peetz, Griffith University; Georgina Murray, Griffith University

TH07-02
Theorizing Islamic Moral Economy and Its Other
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Economic Theology of Islam
Mohammad Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans; Muhammad Khan, Independent Researcher
Embededdness As a Feature of Islamic Moral Economy: Exploring the Divergence of Islamic Finance from Embeddedness
Alija Avdukic, Durham University Business School; Mehmet Asutay, Durham University Business School

TH09-02
Disruption
Moral Economies and Markets in the Digital Age


Participants:
Market Coordination in the Age of Digital Platforms: The Case of the Taxi Market in Warsaw
Marcin Serafin, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Market Exchange or Social Bond? Characterizing the Exchanges in Collaborative Consumption
Jean-Samuel Beuscart, Orange Labs; Marie Trespeuch, Orange Labs

TH11-02
The Form(ul)ation of Sovereign Interest
New Political and Moral Economies of Sovereignty


Participants:
Still a Green Power? EU Arctic Policies Between Economic Interests and Environmental Protection.
Marianne Riddervold, Arena - Center for European Studies, University of Oslo
Sovereignty at Stake with Debt Restructuring. State, Global Capital Markets and Debt International Diplomacy
Quentin Deforge, IRISSO, Université Paris-Dauphine; Benjamin Lemoine, IRISSO, Paris-Dauphine University

TH12-02
Enhancing Participation in the Production and Consumption of Food -Part 2
Re-embedding the Social: New Modes of Production, Critical Consumption and Alternative Lifestyles

Discussant: Paolo R. Graziano, University of Padua
Moderator: Francesca Forno, University of Bergamo

Participants:
From Consumers to Sharers: How Scmos Can Foster a New Paradigm through the Example of Anti-Food Waste Initiatives
Lara Fornabaio, University of Ferrara; Margherita Poto, University of Torino
Why Do Intentional Communities Matter?
Sky Blue, Fellowship for Intentional Community; Betsy Morris, Cohousing California
Place or People – What's the Difference? Case Studies of Food Co-Ops in Inner City “Food Deserts”
Jen Budney, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy; Audra Krueger, Centre for the Study of Co-operatives; Murray Evan Fulton, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, and Centre for the Study of Co-operatives

TH14-02
Relational Inequalities
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches


Participants:
Embedded Inequality: The Case of Gender Pay Gap in Postsocialist Slovenia
Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Joseph King, University of California, Irvine; Andrew Penner, UC Irvine; Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrcela, University of Ljubljana
Gender Equity and Rising Inequality: You Can't Get There from Here
Kevin Leicht, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Theorizing Organizational Inequality: Workplace Culture and Intersectionality in Two Worker Cooperatives
Joan Meyers, University of the Pacific; Steven P. Vallas, Northeastern University

TH15-03
Digital Economy and the Marketization of Private Commitments
The Marketization of Everyday Life

Discussant: Iain Munro, Newcastle University Business School
Moderator: Sidonie Naulin, Sciences Po Grenoble / PACTE

Participants:
From Squatter to Judicial Expert : A Paradoxical Entrepreneur's Path
Matei Gheorghiu, Irisso Paris Dauphine (PSL)

1:15 PM-2:15 PM


FP-02
Featured Speaker Paul Pierson (University of California, Berkeley) - The New American Exceptionalism
Featured Panels & Speakers

Moderator: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley
Session Organizers: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley; Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley; Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley; AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley

2:30 PM-4:00 PM


A-01
Gender, Islam and the Moral Economy of the European Refugee Crisis
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society

Discussants: Kate Jastram, UC Berkeley Blum Center for Developing Economies; Anna Korteweg, University of Toronto; Akasemi Newsome, University of California, Berkeley
Moderator: Sarah Song, University of California, Berkeley Law School
Session Organizer: Akasemi Newsome, University of California, Berkeley


B-06
States Encountering Developmental Dilemmas, and Transitions
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development


Participants:
Challenges for Brazilian Development: Investment and Finance
Fernando Sarti, State Universtiy of Campinas / Institute of Economics; Ana Rosa Rosa Ribeiro de Mendonca, University of Campinas

C-03
Parenthood, Job Insecurity and Welfare
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
Job Insecurity, Parenthood, and Life-Satisfaction: Do Jobs at Risk Hurt More If You 'care'?
Doris Christine Hanappi, UC Berkeley, Demography Department
Explaining the Last ‘M-Shape'
Emanuele Ferragina, Sciences Po; Ko-eun Park, EWHA Womens University; Sophia Seung-yoon Lee, Ewha Womans University
When Work Matters for Family Planning: Evidence from the Austrian Generations and Gender Survey
Doris Christine Hanappi, UC Berkeley, Demography Department; Isabella Buber-Ennser, Vienna Institute of Demography

D-01
Professions and Politics
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Moderator: Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:
Balancing Risk and Responsibility: How Lawyers ‘Do' Anti-Money Laundering
Karin S Helgesson, Stockholm School of Economics; Ulrika Mörth, Stockholm University
Becoming Ambassador: Patterns of Status and Geography in the Trajectories of Career Diplomats
Lasse Folke Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School; Stefan Andrade, The Danish National Centre for Social Research

E-05
Drivers and Consequences of Trade Union Strategies
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Roberto Pedersini, Università degli Studi di Milano

Participants:
Trade Unions and Online Activism: The Case of "Fight for $15"
Lorenzo Frangi, UQAM; Robert Paul Hebdon, McGill; Tingting Zhang, University of Toronto
Rationalizing the Irrational: Inconsistencies Among Union Members and Non-Members
Lorenzo Frangi, UQAM; Sinisa Hadziabdic, University of Geneva

F-02
Innovation Policy in the US: Causes, Mechanisms, and Consequences
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Moderator: Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School

Participants:
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act As Networked Developmental Policy
Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University
Growing Innovative Companies to Scale: How Does Massachusetts Measure up?
Richard Lester, MIT; Elisabeth Reynolds, MIT; Charles Sodini, MIT; Max Luke, MIT; Amaya Arcelus, MIT

FP-04
SER - Meet the Ediors
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizer: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universität Berlin


H-04
Culture, Inequality and Development
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Philip Balsiger, University of Neuchatel

Participants:
Who Is in Debt? a Class Based Analysis of Consumption on Credit
Zaibu Tufail, University of California, Irvine
Inequality, Consumption, and Structural Change
Robert Manduca, Harvard University

H-05
Organisational Sociology: Status and Reputation
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Max Besbris, New York University

Participants:
The Gift of the Arrest: The Symbolic Economy of Policing
Brian Lande, University of California, Berkeley
Performance Measures, Informational Complexity and Measurement Fields
Paul Willman, London School of Economics and Political Science; Chris Moos, Said Business School, University of Oxford
Is Higher Status an Indicator of Higher Quality? Evidence from Japanese Audit Industry, 2002-2014
Masaru Karube, Hitotsubashi University; Daisuke Uchida, Hitotsubashi University; Hironori Fukukawa, Hitotsubashi University

M-03
Crisis Económica y Sostenibilidad Social en la UE
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Nora Claudia Ampudia, Universidad Panamericana Campus Guadalajara

Participants:
Aging Impact over the National Health Cost in Spain Public Health Expenditure of Extremadura in the Period 2011-21.
Alvaro Hidalgo-Vega, Castilla-La Mancha University; Luz Maria Pena-Longobardo, Castilla-La Mancha University

N-03
Regulation
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Yally Avrahampour, London School of Economics & Political Science

Participants:
The Construction of Systemic Risk As a Pathology of Monetary Government
Onur Ozgode, Institute for Global Law & Policy, Harvard Law School

P-03
Accounting and Auditing (III): Cultural Significance of Accounts
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Nihel Chabrak, United Arab Emirates University - Collge of Business and Economics

Participants:
Country Differences in Earnings Management Intensity: The Influence of Culture
Bernard Raffournier, University of Geneva; Andrei Filip, ESSEC Business School

P-04
Money and Banking (I): Regulation and Supervision of Financial Markets and Institutions
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussant: Kurt Mettenheim, São Paulo Business School, Getulio Vargas Foundation
Moderator: Philippe Moutot, European Central Bank

Participants:
Capital Markets Union – Solution for Small and Medium Enterprises ?
Maria Lissowska, Warsaw School of Economics

Q-04
Inequalities and Institutional Change in East Asian Capitalisms
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Bruno Palier, Sciences Po
Session Organizers: Byung You Cheon, Hanshin University; Jin-Wook Shin, Chung-Ang University; Sophia Seung-yoon Lee, Ewha Womans University

Participants:
Fair Income and Redistribution :As the Case of Japan
Sayaka Sakoda, Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS
Varieties in Gendered Dualism in East Asian Labor Markets
Sophia Seung-yoon Lee, Ewha Womans University; Jiyeun Chang, Korea Labor Institute; Ito Peng, University of Toronto
Recent Trends in Social Stratification and Inequality in China
Chunling Li, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Growth, Inequality, and Poverty in Korea
Jun Ho Jeong, Kangwon National University; Byung You Cheon, Hanshin University; Seeun Jeong, Chungnam National University

Q-05
Chinese Capitalism: General Framework and Applied Studies, Part 1
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Christopher A McNally, Chaminade University

Participants:
The Development of Chinese Telecomm Equipment Companies and China's Industrial Policies – a Model for Emerging Economies?
Peter Pawlicki, IG Metall / Institut für Sozialforschung / Johann Wolfgang University

TH01-03
Making Markets and Creating Value
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
Moderator: Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis

Participants:
The Digital Market for Local Services: A One-Night Stand for Workers? an Example from the on-Demand Economy
Willem Pieter de Groen, CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies); Maselli Ilaria, CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies)
Platforms for Monetizing User-Generated Content: Business Models and Strategies of Youtubers
Bryce Anable, Community and Regional Development, UC Davis; Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
Institutional Characteristics of the "Platform Economy"
Vili Lehdonvirta, University of Oxford

TH02-3
Understanding the EU's Political Economy
Building Bridges between Economic Sociology and International Relations

Discussant: Eleni Tsingou, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:
Consensus, Dissensus and Keynesianism during the Economic Crisis
Henry Farrell, George Washington University
The End of EU Financial Regulatory Internationalism?
Elliot Posner, Case Western Reserve University

TH03-3
Theory, Rights, Capabilities
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Moral Economies for Governing the Firm?

Discussant: Jimmy Donaghey, University of Warwick

Participants:
Capabilities and Human Rights: Building Theory for Human Rights-Based Corporate Responsibility
Cesar Gonzalez-Canton, CUNEF; Pablo Sánchez-Garrido, CEU San Pablo; Sonia Boulos, Universidad Antonio de Nebrija
How Can CSR Link to Both Social Justice and Sustainable Development?
Jean-Pierre Chanteau, university Grenoble-Alpes; Andy Smith, Centre Emile Durkheim, University of Bordeaux

TH04-01
Theoretical and Analytical Refinement of Polanyi Today
Countermovement Revisited: On the Analytical Power and Boundaries of Polanyi’s Concept Today

Discussant: Daniel Kinderman, University of Delaware

Participants:
Moral Economy Strikes Back - Polanyi's Countermovements in the Age of Neo-Liberalism
Paul Christensen, Boston College; Jeffery Hass, University of Richmond
The Embedding Tendency Is Immanent to the Disembedding One
Maja Savevska, University of Warwick
Globalisation, Transnational Intermediaries and the ‘Polanyi Problem'
Alexander Ebner, Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt

TH07-03
Islamic banking: Theory and Practice
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Strategic Orientation of Islamic Banks – a Review of Strategy Language
Dr. Imam Uddin, Institute of Business Management
Do Credit Analysts of Islamic Rural Banks Consider Moral in Assessing Credit Applications? Evidence from Indonesia
Ahmad Zaki, Universitas Gadjah Mada; Mahfud Sholihin, Universitas Gadjah Mada
The Challenges to a Moral Islamic Banking
Abdulazeem Abozaid, Qatar Foundation

TH12-03
Sustainability and Resilience: Exploring Activism at the Individual, Community and Household Level - Part 1
Re-embedding the Social: New Modes of Production, Critical Consumption and Alternative Lifestyles

Discussant: Torsten Rosenvold Geelan, University of Cambridge - Darwin College
Moderator: Lara Monticelli, Scuola Normale Superiore – Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences

Participants:
Role of Citizens and / or Consumers in Urban Agriculture
Jan Willem van der Schans, WUR-LEI Agricultural Economics Research Institute Wageningen University
Community Garden As Political an Societal Activism
Rachele Lapponi, Alma Studiorum; Marelli Mudan Carolina, Laboratoire Architecture Anthropologie (LAA) UMR 7218 LAV,université de Paris Ouest Nanterre la DefenseUE; Venturella Eleonora, Alma Studiorum

TH13-01
Strategies to Reduce Inequality: An Exchange (Round Table)
Reducing Inequality: Yes We Can?

Discussants: Lane Kenworthy, University of California, San Diego; Ive Marx, University of Antwerp; Brian Nolan, INET, University of Oxford; Emmanuel Saez, University of California, Berkeley


TH15-02
The Marketization of Identities
The Marketization of Everyday Life

Discussant: Alina Surubaru, University of Bordeaux
Moderator: Anne Jourdain, University Paris-Dauphine / IRISSO

Participants:
Selling the Self: Enterprising Brand Managers and the Redefinition of Homo-Oeconomicus
Caroline Lambert, HEC Montreal; Iain Munro, Newcastle University Business School; Claire Dambrin, ESCP Europe

4:15 PM-5:45 PM


B-07
Trading Places: The Role of Asian and Latin American Capitalisms in the Reshaping of the Global Economy Panel 2
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Discussant: Andrew Schrank, Brown University
Moderator: Heike Doering, Cardiff University
Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, University of Bristol; Gerald A. McDermott, Moore School of Business, U. of South Carolina; Heike Doering, Cardiff University

Participants:
Changing Socio-Economic Institutions, Elite Structures and Technology Development Strategies in Asia and Latin America
Richard Whitley, Manchester Business School; Xiaoke Zhang, Manchester Business School; Glenn Morgan, University of Bristol
MNCs Strategic Response to Sub Regional Institutions: Evidence from the Mexican Aerospace Industry
Christian Lévesque, HEC, Montreal; Sarah Perez-Lauson, HEC Montreal; Blandine Emilien, CRIMT-HEC Montreal

B-08
New Perspectives on International and World Systems
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development


Participants:
From the Diversity of Socioeconomic Regimes to the New International Relations
Robert Alain Boyer, Institut des Amériques, France
Networks, Institutions, and Encounters: Information Flow in Early-Modern Markets
Emily Erikson, Yale University; Sampsa Samila, National University of Singapore
Is There a European Capital? An Empirical Inquiry on Board Interlocks
Cedric Durand, Paris 13; Tristan Auvray, University of Paris 13
Debt Security Flows and the World Structure
Zaibu Tufail, University of California, Irvine

C-04
Social and Gender Inequalities
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
Income Inequality and Household Labor
Orestes 'Pat' Hastings, University of California, Berkeley; Daniel Schneider, University of California, Berkeley
Durable Gender Inequality in the Growing Low-Wage Service Economy in Korea
Hyunji Kwon, Seoul National University; Young-Mi Kim, Yonsei University; Heiwon Kwon, Dongduk Women’s University
Conciliation Between Work and Family and Individualization of Brazilian Women
Luana Passos, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada; Dyeggo Guedes, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

E-06
Employment Relations and Income Inequality
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Bernd Brandl, University of Durham

Participants:

E-07
Recent Trends in Industrial Relations and Employment Policy in the UK
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Chiara Benassi, Royal Holloway, University of London

Participants:
Necessary and Sufficient Factors in Employee Downsizing? a Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Lay-Offs in France and the UK, 2008-2013
Michel Goyer, University of Birmingham; Ian Clark, university of Leicester; Shabneez Bhankaraully, University of Birmingham
The State and the Evolution of British Employers' Organisations
Leon Gooberman, Cardiff University; Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Edmund Heery, Cardiff University
Collective Bargaining, Pay Rises and Organizational Outcomes in Unionised Workplaces during and after the Recession
Danat Valizade, University of Leeds; Robert MacKenzie, University of Leeds; Chris Forde, University of Leeds; Hugh Cook, University of Leeds

F-04
Author Meets Critics: "The Rise and Fall of Urban Economics: Lessons from San Francisco and Los Angeles" by Michael Storper (SUP, 2015)
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Book Authors: Michael Storper, Sciences Po; Thomas Kemeny, University of Southampton; Naji Makarem, UCL IRIS; Taner Osman, UCLA
Critics: AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley; Christopher Williams, Durham University Business School; Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School


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

Moderator: Christian Rupietta, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

Participants:
Inequality and the Firm
Paul Willman, London School of Economics and Political Science
Re-Evaluating the Link Between Product Market Strategies, Skill and Pay: Evidence from the Australian Café Sector
Angie Knox, University of Sydney; Christopher Warhurst, University of Warwick
Recruitment and Training Strategies of US and German Subsidiaries Abroad - Evidence from Switzerland
Benno Koch, University of Munich; Samuel Muehlemann, University of Munich
Workplace Organisation and Incentives in the New Industrial Revolution
Ekkehard Ernst, ILO; Leila Chentouf, University of Pescara

G-06
Training and Collective Actors
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Harald Pfeifer, Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB)

Participants:
Declining Firm Participation in Apprenticeship Training
Ute Leber, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

H-06
New Histories of the Corporate Form
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Sarah Quinn, University of Washington
Session Organizers: Greta Krippner, University of Michigan; Marion Fourcade, University of California; Sarah Quinn, University of Washington

Participants:
Wage Slave or Entrepreneur? Contesting the Dualism of Legal Worker Identities
Veena Dubal, University of California - Hastings Law School

H-07
Corporate Governance: Law, Enforcement, and Practices
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Anna Stafsudd, Linnaeus university

Participants:
The Concept of Law in Law and Finance
Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London
Good Governance, Bad Culture: The Toshiba Scandal
Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University

L-03
Legal Intermediaries in Organizations: The Active and Moral Dimensions of Compliance Process
L: Regulation and Governance

Discussant: John W. Cioffi, University of California, Riverside
Session Organizer: Jerome Pelisse, CSO Sciences Po CNRS

Participants:
Legal Intermediaries As Moral Actors
Jerome Pelisse, CSO Sciences Po CNRS

M-04
Mercado de Trabajo
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Jesuswaldo Martinez Soria, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Participants:
Efectos De La Reforma Laboral De 2012 En México a Tres años De Su Implantación
Jesuswaldo Martinez Soria, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Gabriela Cabestany Ruiz, Instituto Belisario Dominguez
Cambios En Las Instituciones Del Mercado De Trabajo Durante La Gran Recesión En La UE15
Laura Perez Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma Madrid; Elena Cachon, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Maria Isabel Heredero de Pablos, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Movilidad y Trayectorias De Los Trabajadores Asalariados En México, 2005 - 2015
David Cervantes Arenillas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Cuál Es El Impacto Del Cambio Estructural En La Productividad Laboral? El Caso De La Economía Mexicana: 1990-2012
Lilia Dominguez-Villalobos, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM); Flor Brown, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

N-04
Monetary Moralities: Trust in Money and the Legitimacy of Monetary Orders
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Kurt Mettenheim, São Paulo Business School, Getulio Vargas Foundation
Session Organizer: Benjamin Braun, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

Participants:
Monetary Trust and Monetary Mythology, or: There Is No Transparent Central Bank
Benjamin Braun, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Quantification and the Cultural Authority of Central Banks
Simone Polillo, University of Virginia

O-02
Multinationals in GVCs
O: Global Value Chains


Participants:
The Aerospace Industry in Mexico and Their Role in the Global Value Chain
Jorge H. Carrillo, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Redi Gomis, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
The Role of Regional Labour Flow Networks for MNEs: The Made in Italy Case
Mario Volpe, Università di Venezia Ca' Foscari; Giancarlo Corò, Department of Economics, University of Venice; Shamnaaz Sufrauj, Department of Economics, University of Venice

P-05
Commons: Perspectives on Innovation, Land, and the Business Firm
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussant: Simon Deakin, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Olivier Weinstein, University Paris 13 Sorbonne Paris Cité

Participants:
Rethinking the Firm As Commons. Some Preliminary Issues.
Olivier Weinstein, University Paris 13 Sorbonne Paris Cité
Human Rights Approach to Development and LAND Reform
Manuel Couret Branco, University of Évora

P-06
Social Fabrique of Prices and Values
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Horacio Ortiz, CNRS, IRISSO, Université Paris Dauphine, UMR 7170

Participants:
How Does Experts' Limited Attention Affect Stock Prices?
Abdullah Shahid, Cornell University; Rajib Hasan, University of Houston-Clear Lake
Values in Biodiversity Offsetting: Contradictions in Discourse and Calculation
Jessica Goddard, UC Berkeley; Ida Sognnaes, University of Cambridge; Ekin Kurtic, Harvard University

Q-06
Chinese Capitalism: General Framework and Applied Studies, Part 2
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Boy C Luethje, Sun Yat-sen University

Participants:
The Case of China and the Study of Comparative Capitalisms
Christopher A McNally, Chaminade University
The Comparative Advantage Analysis of of Innovation in the Pearl River Delta Region:from the Institutional Embeddedness Perspective
YongHui Yu, Southern China Normal University; Qing Qiu, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Q-07
Institutional Changes and Market Mechanisms
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Discussant: Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS
Moderator: Yves Tiberghien, University of British Columbia

Participants:
Marketcraft Japanese-Style: What Japan Tells Us about the Art of Making Markets
Steven K. Vogel, University of California, Berkeley
Modern Capitalism and the Future of Indian Informal Economy
Sunita Kumari, Tata Institute of Social Sciences; Abhishek Thakur, University of Delhi

TH01-04
Coordination and Organization in the Platform Economy
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: John Zysman, UC Berkeley
Moderator: John Zysman, UC Berkeley

Participants:
Building Mobile Internet Platform Business Models in China: Vertical, Horizontal or Conglomerates
Kai Jia, School of Public Policy, Tsinghua University; Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
Beyond Markets and Hierarchies? The Case of Upwork
Brian Judge, University of California, Berkeley

TH02-4
Networked Ideas in the International Economy
Building Bridges between Economic Sociology and International Relations

Discussant: Elizabeth Popp Berman, University at Albany, SUNY

Participants:
Revolving Doors in International Financial Governance
Leonard Seabrooke; Eleni Tsingou, Copenhagen Business School
Economic Imaginaries in Crisis. on Europe's Potential to Imagine a Better Economic Future
Lisa Suckert, Max-Planck-Insitute for the the Study of Societies

TH03-4
CSR Responses in Bangladesh after Rana Plaza
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Moral Economies for Governing the Firm?

Discussant: Juliane Reinecke, University of Warwick
Session Organizers: Angela Kalyta, McGill University; Jette Steen Steen Knudsen, Tufts University

Participants:
Neoliberal Sufferings of Garments Workers in Bangladesh
Shahadat Hossain, University of Dhaka
Business Interests in Post-Rana Plaza Bangladesh: Understanding Brands As CSR Actors
Jimmy Donaghey, University of Warwick; Juliane Reinecke, University of Warwick

TH04-02
Embedded Marketization
Countermovement Revisited: On the Analytical Power and Boundaries of Polanyi’s Concept Today

Discussant: Alexander Ebner, Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt

Participants:
Commercial Countermovements: The Case of Alternative Energy Support
Timur Ergen, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

TH07-04
Islamic Finance and Social Finance: Theory, Praxis, and Prescription
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Social Responsibilities and Emerging Morality: Evaluating Social Responsibility of Malaysian Islamic Banks
Shifa Mohd Nor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia; Mehmet Asutay, Durham University
Towards the Institutionalization of Screening and Measuring for Social Impact: Implications for Islamic Finance
Jeffrey Kappen, Drake University; Kavilash Chawla, Baton Global; Matthew Mitchell, Drake University

TH09-03
Regulation and Grey Areas
Moral Economies and Markets in the Digital Age


Participants:
Like Workers, Reputation Forgers
Kevin Mellet, Orange Labs; Thomas Beauvisage, Orange Labs
Regulation of Crowdlending the Case of Switzerland
Vincent Pignon, University of Applied Science Western Switzerland

TH11-04
Sovereignty and the Neoliberal Arts of Governance
New Political and Moral Economies of Sovereignty


Participants:
Governing Economic Conducts. the Case of Sustainable Consumption Policy in France
Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier, Sciences Po - Centre de Sociologie des Organisations
The Quandary of State Steering v Neo-Liberal Thinking: The Case of Nuclear Power Policies in the UK, 1979-2015
Simon Nadel, Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7; Lucie de Carvalho, Université La Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3

TH12-04
Sustainability and Resilience: Exploring Activism at the Individual, Community and Household Level - Part 2
Re-embedding the Social: New Modes of Production, Critical Consumption and Alternative Lifestyles

Discussant: Lara Monticelli, Scuola Normale Superiore – Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences
Moderator: Torsten Rosenvold Geelan, University of Cambridge - Darwin College

Participants:
Emerging Alternative Practices of a Degrowth Inspired Food Production and Consumption Initiative in Central and Eastern Europe – Lessons Learned from a Hungarian Case Study
Orsolya Lazanyi, Corvinus University of Budapest; Logan Strenchock, Central European University; Vincent Liegey, Research and Experimentation on Degrowth and Transition
Social Movements in Building Local Markets.
Ivette Tatiana Castilla Carrascal, Universidade de Brasilia - CEPPAC

TH13-02
Poverty and Disadvantage
Reducing Inequality: Yes We Can?

Moderator: Brian Nolan, INET, University of Oxford

Participants:
Unemployment Benefits and Poverty in OECD Countries: The Role of Basic Security and Progressiveness of Income Replacement
Kenneth Nelson, Stockholm University; Laure Doctrinal, Stockholm University; Olof Backman, Stockholm University; Sebastian Siren, Stockholm University
The End of Cheap Talk about Poverty Reduction.
Bea Cantillon, Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp
Title: Relative (dis)Advantage. Perspectives from the “Right” Tail
Katharina Hecht, London School of Economics and Political Science

6:00 PM-8:00 PM


SP-01
SASE Welcome Reception
Special Events

Session Organizers: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley; Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley; Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley; AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley

Saturday, June 25, 2016

9:00 AM-10:30 AM


B-09
EU Integration and Diverging Pathways Away from the Periphery in Europe
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Discussant: Visnja Vukov, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Session Organizers: Laszlo Bruszt, European University Institute; Visnja Vukov, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Participants:
Making States for the Single Market European Integration and the Reshaping of Economic States in the Peripheries of Europe
Laszlo Bruszt, European University Institute; Visnja Vukov, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
The Political Economy of Housing Booms and Busts in Europe's Periphery
Dorothee Bohle, Central European University; Bela Greskovits, Central European University

D-02
Contemporary Professional Work and Education
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Moderator: Elizabeth H. Gorman, Sociology, University of Virginia

Participants:
Rhetorical Strategies and Resilience in Organizational Fields
Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan, Copenhagen Business School; Richard Murphy, City University of London
Digitalisation and Professionalism
Esther Ruiz Ben, Technische Universitaet Berlin
Beyond Morality? Neoliberal Policies in Higher Education and Agency of Young Academics
Natalia Karmaeva, National Research University - Higher School of Economics

E-08
Changing Patterns of Employment Relations and Employee Representation
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Anna Ilsøe, FAOS, Department of Sociology, Copenhagen University

Participants:
System, Society and Dominance Effects and the Demise of Management-Labour Pluralism Under Neo-Liberalism
Tony Dobbins, Bangor University; Tony Dundon, University of Manchester
A New Rationale for Collective Employee Representation
Mark Harcourt, University of Waikato; Helen Lam, Athabasca University; Richard Croucher, Middlesex University
Beyond National Systems: Towards a Multi-Scalar Theoretical Framework of Internationally Comparative Employment Relations
Chris F. Wright, University of Sydney; Greg Bamber, Monash University; Nick Wailes, UNSW Australia; Russell Lansbury, University of Sydney

FP-05
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "Imagined Futures: Fictional Expectations and Capitalist Dynamics" by Jens Beckert (Harvard University Press, 2016)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Moderator: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine
Session Organizer: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley
Book Author: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Critics: William Deringer, MIT; Brooke Harrington, Copenhagen Business School; Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego


G-07
Education and Inequality
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Ekkehard Ernst, ILO

Participants:
Educational Homogamy and Inequality in France
Pierre Courtioux, EDHEC Business School; Vincent Lignon, Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne
Processes and Stages of Differentiation in European Higher Education
Valentina Goglio, University of Turin; Marino Regini, University of Milano
No Country for Graduates. Occupational over-Qualification Among Young Italians
Lara Maestripieri, University of Pavia; Costanzo Ranci, Politecnico di Milano

G-08
Migration
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Keith Whitfield, Cardiff University

Participants:
Challenges Ahead: The Labour Market Integration of Refugees in Berlin
Dieter Bogai, Institute for Employment Research; Holger Seibert; Mirko Wesling, Scientific staff

G-09
Unions and Labor Standards
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Leila Chentouf, University of Pescara

Participants:
Institutions As Rules and Resources: Explaining Cross-National Divergence in Call Centre Employment Systems
David Marsden, London School of Economics; Virginia Doellgast, Cornell University; Katja Sarmiento-Mirwaldt, Brunel University

H-09
CSR and the Moral Corporation
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Julia Puaschunder, The New School Department of Economics

Participants:
Explaining the Growth of CSR within OECD Countries: The Role of Institutional Legitimacy in Resolving the Institutional Mirror Vs. Substitute Debate
Daniel Kinderman, University of Delaware; Mark Lutter, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

H-10
Market Dynamics
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley

Participants:
Actors and Actions Towards the Expansion of the Market for Organic Agriculture in Brazil
Martin Mundo Neto, University College of Technology of Taquaritinga; Patrícia Saltorato, Federal University of São Carlos; Guilherme Augusto Malagolli, University College of Technology of Taquaritinga

L-04
Legal Intermediaries in Organization, Morality Between France and USA
L: Regulation and Governance

Session Organizer: Jerome Pelisse, CSO Sciences Po CNRS

Participants:
Human Resource Professionals As Legal Intermediaries: Family Responsabilities Discrimination and the Transformation of Meaning Across Overlapping Organizational Field
Robin Stryker, University of Arizona; Krista Frederico, University of Arizona; Heidi Reynolds-Stenson, University of Arizona
Legal Intermediaries and the Making of Pesticides Victims Mobilizations in California and France
Jean-Noël Jouzel, Centre de sociologie des organisations, Sciences Po CNRS; Giovanni Prete, Université Paris 13, IRIS

M-05
Financeirización
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Santos Ruesga, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

Participants:
EL Índice De Conocimiento Financiero Y SUS Determinantes Econ"Micos E Institucionales
Ignacio Amate Fortes, University of Almeria; Almudena Guarnido Rueda, University of Almeria; Francisco José Oliver Márquez, University of Almeria
Financiarización Económica e Inversión Empresarial. El Caso De EE.UU
Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Manuel Pérez Trujillo, Universidad Católica del Norte; Gianni Romani, Universidad Católica del Norte
Los Consejos Fiscales En La Sostenibilidad De Las Finanzas Públicas
Mario Ivan Dominguez Rivas, UNAM; Juan Manuel Andrade Hernández, Instituto Belisario Domínguez, Senate
Principal Components Analysis Applied to the Investigation of BANK Failures in the United States
Agustin Alvarez-Herranz, University of Castilla la Mancha; Alvaro Hidalgo-Vega, Castilla-La Mancha University; Manuel Merck, Universidad Castilla - La Mancha

N-05
Banking and Financialization
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Ismail Erturk, The University of Manchester

Participants:
Risk Perceptions and Valuation Techniques: Evidence from Investment Banks in the Wake of the 2008 Financial Crisis
Alicja Katarzyna Reuben, Manhattan College; Amira Annabi, Manhattan College
Back to the Future of Alternative Banks and Patient Capital
Kurt Mettenheim, São Paulo Business School, Getulio Vargas Foundation; Olivier Butzbach, Second University of Naples

N-06
Financial Selves in a Neoliberal Era
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Basak Kus, Wesleyan University

Participants:
Transforming Uncertainty into Risk: Conventions in Financial Education
Daniel Maman, Ben-Gurion University; Zeev Rosenhek, The Open University of Israel
The Determinants of Formal Savings in Mexico: The Role of Financial Capabilities
Adolfo Albo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; David Cervantes Arenillas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Juan Luis Ordaz, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

O-03
Innovation and R&D in GVCs
O: Global Value Chains


Participants:
Brazil and Mexico: Relative Advantages of the Trade and the Participation in Global Value Chains
Marta Castilho, UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Martin Anyul Puchet, UNAM - Universidad Autónoma de México; Kaio Glauber Vital, UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Advanced Materials and Mobility of Innovation in Global Value Chains
Giulio Buciuni, University of Toronto; Dan Breznitz, University of Toronto; Peter Warrian, University of Toronto
Innovative Clusters in the Caribbean and Their Contribution to Economic Diversification: The Case of ICT in Jamaica
Rachel Alexander, University of Manchester; Shamel Azmeh, London School of Economics; Martín Javier Quiroga Barrera Oro, Inter-American Development Bank
Corporate Spinoffs in Mexico: Between Global Value Chains and Regional Innovation Systems.
Oscar F. Contreras, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Maciel Garcia, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

P-07
Austerity and Macroeconomic Policies: Issues and Perspectives
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Maria Roubtsova, CEPN, university Paris-13

Participants:
Are We Bound for Secular Stagnation?
Maria Roubtsova, CEPN, university Paris-13
Wealth-to-Income Ratios, Capital Share of Income, and Public Debt in Ecuador
Tristan Auvray, University Paris North; Liliana Cano, University of Toulouse 1 Capitole

TH01-05
Theorizing the "Sharing" Economy
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: John Zysman, UC Berkeley
Moderator: John Zysman, UC Berkeley

Participants:
The Social System of Production of Digital Capitalism and Industry 4.0
Philipp Staab, Hamburg Institute for Social Research; Oliver Nachtwey, Goethe University Frankfurt
The Salience of Organizational Form in a "Platform Economy"
Carla Ilten, University of Illinois at Chicago

TH04-03
Contradictory Countermovements
Countermovement Revisited: On the Analytical Power and Boundaries of Polanyi’s Concept Today

Discussant: Ronen Mandelkern, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

Participants:

TH05-03
Domesticizing Financial Government: Financial Inclusion and Finance as Policy
Domesticizing Financial Economies - Part 3

Discussant: Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po
Moderator: Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento

Participants:
Households and Stock Market in Financializing Malaysia – a Cultural Political Economy Approach
Syahirah Abdul Rahman, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester; Ismail Ertürk, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester; Julie Froud, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
Financial Personality and the Politics of ‘Promising'
Erik Caparros Hoejbjerg, Copenhagen Business School

TH06-2
Skill Ecosystems, Multinationals and Regional Development Strategies
Institutional Experimentation and Subnational Economic Governance: Building New Narratives and Capabilities


Participants:
MNCs and Skills Policy Networks: Endogenising Labour Market Skills
Olga Tregaskis, University of East Anglia
Steps to an Ecology of Recursive Multipolar Learning in Multinationals
Peer Hull Kristensen, Copenhagen Business School
Aerospace MNC Training and Development in Australia
Cassandra Bowkett, Cardiff University

TH07-05
Social Justice, Ethics, and Market Theory
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Examining Social Justice in Islamic Finance
Bridget Kustin, Johns Hopkins University
Kurdish Moral/Political Economy in Polanyi's Moral and Embedded Economy Frame: The Political Economy and (Non)Great Transmogrification of Kurds in the Fin-De-Siecle
Tekdemir Omer, University of Westminster, Department of Politics and International Relations; Mehmet Asutay, Durham University Business School
Ethics in Islamic Finance: A Methodological Framework
Habib Ahmed, Durham University Business School

TH08-01
Moral and Immoral Quantification
Market Morals, Taboo Categories and Redefined Legitimacy


Participants:
The Price of Faith: Political Determinants of the Commercialization of Buddhist Temples in China
Lori Qingyuan Yue, USC Marshall School of Business; Jue Kate Wang, USC Marshall School of Business; Botao Yang, USC Marshall School of Business
The Quantification of Decency
Andrea Mennicken, London School of Economics and Political Science

TH09-04
The Ethics of Disintermediation in the 'Sharing Economy'
Moral Economies and Markets in the Digital Age

Discussant: Nikos Sotirakopoulos, Loughborough University

Participants:
Digital Myths and the Making of a Moral Economy
Janaki Srinivasan, International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore; Elisa Oreglia, SOAS, University of London
Moral Economy of the Digital in Transport: A Study of Ola Auto
Kavitha Narayanan, Centre for IT and Public Policy, International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore; Onkar Hoysala, Centre for IT and Public Policy, International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore; Janaki Srinivasan, International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore
Do Consumers Perceive Ethical Intensity in Über and Airbnb Peer-to-Peer Services?
Myriam Ertz, Université du Québec à Montréal; Fabien Durif, Université du Québec à Montréal; Agnès Lecompte, Université de Bretagne Sud

TH10-01
Materiality of Finance
Morality and Materiality in Markets


Participants:
Undoing Difference: Risk Classification and Gender Discrimination in Consumer Financial Markets
Greta Krippner, University of Michigan; Daniel Hirschman, Brown University
High Frequency Trading: The Battle about Moral Orders
Ekaterina Svetlova, University of Leicester; Anastasia Grehl, University of Frankfurt
Finance on Trial: The Properties of Libor and Its Moral Implications
Thomas Angeletti, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Recommendations As Moral Performativity Device: The Case of ‘Felices y Forrados' and Chilean Pension Funds.
Juan Felipe Espinosa, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso

TH12-05
Cooperatives and Cooperativism in Times of Austerity
Re-embedding the Social: New Modes of Production, Critical Consumption and Alternative Lifestyles

Discussant: Paolo R. Graziano, University of Padua
Moderator: Torsten Rosenvold Geelan, University of Cambridge - Darwin College

Participants:
Worker-Owned Organization in the Southern Cone of Latin America
Anabel Rieiro, Universidad de la Republica, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Departamento de Sociologia
The Potential of Multi-Stakeholder Cooperativism in the New Economy
Maurie Jeremy Cohen, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Social Healthcare in Austerity Times: The Case of Social Clinics in Greece
Eleftherios Kretsos, University of Greenwich; Vogiatzoglou Markos, Scuola Normale Superiore
Self-Management, Cooperatives and Workers' Control in Mexico: Scope and Limits
Robert Patrick Cuninghame, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana

TH13-03
Inequality and Health Care, Mobility and Old Age
Reducing Inequality: Yes We Can?

Moderator: Brian Nolan, INET, University of Oxford

Participants:
Just Taxes: Redistribution through Universal Health Care
Anja Rudiger, National Economic & Social Rights Initiative
Intergenerational Mobility and Wage Inequality across OECD countries
Sonja Jovicic, Schumpeter School of Business and Economics

10:45 AM-12:15 PM


B-10
New International Alliances, Investments and Patterns of Trade
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development


Participants:
Are All Foreign Capitals Created Equal? Evidence from Asia and Latin America
Maritza Sotomayor, Utah Valley University; Leo Chan, Utah Valley University

D-03
Author Meets Critics: "Professional Networks in Transnational Governance"
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Book Authors: Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School; Lasse Folke Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School; Brooke Harrington, Copenhagen Business School; Duncan Wigan, Copenhagen Business School
Critics: Simone Polillo, University of Virginia; Alexander Kentikelenis, University of Oxford
Moderator: Simone Polillo, University of Virginia


E-09
Labor, Migration and Equal Opportunities
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Sonja Avlijas, London School of Economics

Participants:
The Occupational Share of Foreigners and Attitudes to Equal Opportunities
Marco Pecoraro, Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies, University of Neuchâtel; Didier Ruedin, Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies, University of Neuchâtel

F-06
Innovation, Publicly Funded Research, and Sustainability
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Moderator: Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School

Participants:
Capabilities and Compatibilities: An Industry-Level Comparison of Trajectories of Developmental Learning Under Pressure in Mexico and Brazil
Seth Pipkin, University of California, Irvine; Alberto Fuentes, Georgia Institute of Technology

FP-06
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "Magazines and the Making of America: Modernization, Community, and Print Culture, 1741–1860" by Heather A. Haveman (Princeton Univ. Press, 2015)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Moderator: Christine Musselin, Sciences Po - CNRS
Session Organizer: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley
Book Author: Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley
Critics: Elisabeth Clemens, University of Chicago; Claude Fischer, University of California, Berkeley; Gabriel Rossman, UCLA


G-10
HRM & Performance
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Bethania Antunes, University of Greenwich - Work and Employment Research Unit (WERU)

Participants:
Employing Learning Goals to Enhance Learning Performance
Anastasia M Luca, QuantLearn Systems LLC
Paternalism in Post-Industrial Scottish Family Businesses: The New Consensual Qualities of Total Involvement
Zografia Bika, University of East Anglia; Simy Joy, University of East Anglia

G-11
Labour Market Networks
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Patrice Laroche, ESCP-Europe

Participants:
Using Your Ties to Get a Job in Bogota? the Effects of Social Networks on Quality of Employment
Jean-Philippe Berrou, Sciences Po Bordeaux; Francois Combarnous, University of Bordeaux; Thibaud Deguilhem, University of Bordeaux
Employer Engagement in Active Labour Market Policies (ALMPs) within Segmented Labour Markets
Danat Valizade, University of Leeds; Jo Ingold, University of Leeds
Does Using Social Networks Lead to Better Job Opportunities? a Direct Test
Gokce Basbug, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Emilio J. Castilla, Massachusetts Insitute of Technology; Ofer Sharone, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A Typology of Labour Market Intermediaries Securing Nonstandard Career Paths
Nadege Lorquet, University of Liege/HEC-LENTIC; Francois Pichault, University of Liege/HEC-LENTIC; Jean-Francois Orianne, University of Liege/Faculty of Social Sciences-CRIS
Business Cycles and Employment Dynamic in France
Delphine Remillon, INED; Richard Duhautois, Centre d'Etudes de l'emploi; Heloise Petit, University of Lille 1

H-11
Morality in Markets
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Martin Mundo Neto, University College of Technology of Taquaritinga

Participants:
Moral Markets and Mechanisms of Control
Philip Balsiger, University of Neuchatel
The Activation of Moral Identities in Markets: Evidence from Recycling Practices in Brazil
Silvio Eduardo Alvarez Candido, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar; Fernanda Verissimo Soule, Federal University of Sao Carlos (UFSCar); Mario Sacomano Neto, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar
Playing Both Sides: Ambivalence and Coping Strategies of Actors in Moralized Markets
Lisa Suckert, Max-Planck-Insitute for the the Study of Societies

H-12
New Economy and the Digital Age
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Kimihiro Furuse, Musashi University

Participants:
Risk Aversion and Engagement in the Sharing Economy
Jessica Santana, Stanford University; Paolo Parigi, Stanford University
Trust and Reciprocity Drive Social Common Goods Contribution Norms
Julia Puaschunder, The New School Department of Economics
Privacy in Public: Negotiating the Category of Privacy in the Digital Age
Kartikeya Bajpai, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University; Klaus Weber, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

J-04
Business Cycle, Crisis and Welfare State
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Moderator: Edward Crowley, New York University

Participants:
Rethinking Activation. State-Subsidized Employment for Long-Term Unemployed Persons in Germany
Philipp Ramos Lobato, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Andreas Hirseland, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

L-06
Foundations of Governance: Ideational & Normative Dimensions
L: Regulation and Governance


Participants:
Defining and Achieving Good Governance
Shann Turnbull, New Garden Cities Alliance
Flexible Governance and Perceived Fairness
Atul Pokharel, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University
The Revealed Ontology of Markets
Paul Christopher Lewis, University of Birmingham

M-09
Estructura Productiva y Comercio
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Milagros Dones, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

Participants:
Impacto De Las Políticas Europeas En Las Instituciones Laborales En Europa Durante La Crisis Económica (2007-2014)
Laura Perez Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma Madrid; Ana Vinas, Universidad Europea de Madrid; Maria Isabel Heredero de Pablos, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Different Partners, Different Patterns in Production and Trade: The Case of Brazil
Marta Castilho, UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Julia Torracca, UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; David Kupfer, UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Fabio Freitas, UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Contribuye La Union Monetaria a Una Mayor Especializacion Productiva?.
Maria Isabel Heredero de Pablos, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Milagros Dones, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

N-07
Consumer Credit
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Maria Lissowska, Warsaw School of Economics

Participants:
Consumer Credit in Comparative Perspective
Akos Rona-Tas, UC San Diego; Alya Guseva, Boston University

O-04
Industrial Policy and GVCs
O: Global Value Chains


Participants:
The Politics of Processing Primary Commodities: The Case of Rwanda
Pritish Behuria, London School of Economics & Political Science
Strategic Choices for International Organizations in a GVC World
Frederick Mayer, Duke University; Gary Gereffi, Duke University

P-08
Regulation and Society (I): The Corporate Groups Conundrum
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Rifat Azam, Radzyner School of Law (IDC) Herzliya

Participants:
Global Minimum Effective Tax Rate As Global General Anti Avoidance Rule
Rifat Azam, Radzyner School of Law (IDC) Herzliya

P-09
Author Meets Critics: 'Political Standards. Corporate Interest, Ideology, and Leadership in the Shaping of Accounting Rules for the Market Economy' By K. Ramanna (Chicago U Press, 2015)
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Book Author: Karthik Ramanna, Harvard Business School
Critics: Ross Watts, MIT; Prabhakar Kalavacherla, Kpmg; Paul F Williams, North Carolina State University; Jonathan Glover, Columbia University
Moderator: Shyam Sunder, Yale School of Management


Q-09
Politics of Welfare and Inequality in East Asian Capitalisms
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Ito Peng, University of Toronto
Session Organizers: Byung You Cheon, Hanshin University; Jin-Wook Shin, Chung-Ang University; Sophia Seung-yoon Lee, Ewha Womans University

Participants:
The Class Politics of the China Boom
Ho-Fung Hung, Johns Hopkins University
Welfare Under Internal Multiple Modernizations: Inter-Institutional Politics of the Korean “Welfare State” in Comparative Perspective
Sophia Seung-yoon Lee, Ewha Womans University; Kyung-Sup Chang, Seoul National University; Sven Hort, Seoul National University

TH01-06
Laboring in the Cyber-Coordinated Economy
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: John Zysman, UC Berkeley
Moderator: John Zysman, UC Berkeley

Participants:
Working with Algorithms: Labor, Technology, and the Rise of a Billion-Dollar Startup
Benjamin Shestakofsky, University of California, Berkeley
Sex in the Gig Economy: The Tyranny & Opportunity of Online Platforms for Independent Escorts
Kathryn Hausbeck Korgan, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Alex Nelson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

TH05-05
Finance Domesticizing the Household II: Working with and in Finance
Domesticizing Financial Economies - Part 3

Discussant: Marta Olcoń-Kubicka, Polish Academy of Sciences
Moderator: Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento

Participants:
The Social Dimensions of Black Scholes
Edward LiPuma, University of Miami

TH06-3
Linking Production and Social Reproduction: Institutional Design for Socially Cohesive Economies
Institutional Experimentation and Subnational Economic Governance: Building New Narratives and Capabilities


Participants:
Social Entrepreneurship and Civic Ties in the Economy of Compassion
Laura Hanson Schlachter, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Youth Employment Policy Experimentation in Spain
Maria C. Gonzalez, University of Oviedo; Aroa Tejero, University of Oviedo
The Role of Actors and Subnational Dynamics in Shaping Patterns of Variable Pay in Belgian Subsidiaries of Multinational Companies
Valeria Pulignano, KU Leuven; Marie Van den broeck, Université catholique de Louvain

TH07-06
Islamic Finance and Regulation
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
The Politics of Financial Ideas: Grafting Islamic Finance
Jikon Lai, University of Melbourne; Lena Rethel, University of Warwick; Kerstin Steiner, Monash University
Regulating Islamic Finance in Emerging Market Economies
Fulya Apaydin, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals
Regulation of Financial Markets - an Islamic Ethical Perspective
Asad Zaman, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics; Wijdan Tariq, Hamad Bin Khalifa University

TH08-02
Corporations As Actors with Morality
Market Morals, Taboo Categories and Redefined Legitimacy


Participants:
Rhetorical Strategies in the Legitimation of Genetically Modified Foods
Jeffrey Gauthier, State University of New York Plattsburgh; Jeffrey Kappen, Drake University
The Moral Justification of Surplus - Redefining the Social Meaning of Mutual Insurance in Sweden (1945-2015)
Susanna Alexius, Stockholm Centre for Organizational Research (SCORE), Stockholm University; Martin Gustavsson, Stockholm Centre for Organizational Research (SCORE), Stockholm University; Tiziana Sardiello, Stockholm Centre for Organizational Research (SCORE), Stockholm University

TH09-05
Is the Digital Economy Built on Trust?
Moral Economies and Markets in the Digital Age

Discussant: Dave Elder-Vass, Loughborough University

Participants:
Reference Hunters and Gatherers: The Moral Economy of Referencing in Couchsurfing.
Karolina Mikolajewska-Zajac, UC Berkeley / Kozminski Univ., Warsaw
The Intimate Spaces of Network Interconnection Markets
Ashwin Jacob Mathew, University of California, Berkeley

TH12-06
Political Consumerism and Sustainable Community Movements
Re-embedding the Social: New Modes of Production, Critical Consumption and Alternative Lifestyles

Discussant: Lara Monticelli, Scuola Normale Superiore – Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences
Moderator: Francesca Forno, University of Bergamo

Participants:

TH13-04
Addressing Inequality
Reducing Inequality: Yes We Can?

Moderator: Brian Nolan, INET, University of Oxford

Participants:
Do Corporations Increase Inequality?
Ewan McGaughey, King's College, London
Tackling Inequality: The Distributional Impact of Implementing Atkinson's Alternative Tax/Benefit Reform Packages and the Living Wage in the UK
Chrysa Leventi, ISER, University of Essex; Brian Nolan, INET, University of Oxford; Holly Sutherland, ISER, University of Essex; Iva Tasseva, ISER, University of Essex

TH14-04
Immigrant Incorporation
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches


Participants:
First and second generation immigrant earnings in Germany: A relational inequality approach
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts; Peter Jacobebbinghaus, Bielefeld University and IAB; Silvia Maja Melzer, Universitat Bielefeld; Reinhard Schunck, Universitat Bielefeld
Bifurcated Incorporation and Social Mobility in Japan
Tristan Ivory, Indiana University
Working Hours of Migrants in Austria and UK. a Cohort Analysis
Julian Winterheller, University of Graz; Renate Ortlieb, University of Graz

1:15 PM-2:15 PM


FP-07
Featured Speaker Joshua Cohen (University of California, Berkeley) - (Un)Stable Work in Chinese Manufacturing
Featured Panels & Speakers

Moderator: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley
Session Organizers: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley; Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley; Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley; AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley


FP-08
Featured Speaker Ananya Roy (UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs) - Dispossessive Collectivism: Property, Personhood, and Politics at City's End
Featured Panels & Speakers

Moderator: Greta Krippner, University of Michigan
Session Organizers: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley; Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley; Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley; AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley

2:30 PM-4:00 PM


B-11
Capitalism, Good Governance and Corruption in East Asia
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizer: Suk-Man Hwang, Changwon National University

Participants:
The Support for Welfare State: Welfare Spending and Political Influence of Civil Society in South Korea
Jinho Lim, Korea University; Kyusook Um, Kyunghee Cyber University

C-07
Family Policies and Parental Leave
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
Mind the Employment Gap: An Impact Evaluation of the Czech "Multi-Speed" Parental Benefit Reform
Alzbeta Mullerova, EconomiX, University of Paris West - Nanterre la Defense
Family Policy over the Longue Durée
Emanuele Ferragina, Sciences Po; Mary Daly, Professor Oxford Institute of Social Policy, University of Oxford

E-10
Comparative Capitalism and European Integration
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Alison Johnston, Oregon State University

Participants:
Integrating Political Economies in the Eurozone
Anke Hassel, Hertie School of Governance
Discretionary Exchange Rate Regimes: Lessons from the European Monetary System, 1979-1988
Alexander Spielau, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Martin Höpner, MPIfG

F-07
Clusters, Research Collaboration and Institutions
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Moderator: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University

Participants:
The Role of Labor Market Rigidity in University - Industry R&D Collaboration
Christopher Williams, Durham University Business School; Gayle Allard, IE Madrid
How, When and Why Does Colocation of Innovation and Production Matter? a Research Synthesis
Vladi Finotto, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia; Giulio Buciuni, University of Toronto
Geography of Corporate Venture Capital Investment
Dadao Hou, Texas A&M University

G-12
Education Reforms
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources


Participants:
Financing Higher Education: A Contributory Scheme
Leonard Moulin, Université Paris 13; David Flacher, Université Paris 13; Hugo Harari-Kermadec, École Normale Supérieure de Cachan

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

Moderator: Delphine Remillon, INED

Participants:
Job Quality and Innovation: A Virtuous Circle in the EU?
Mathilde Guergoat-Lariviere, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, LIRSA & CEE; Christine Erhel, University Paris 1; Richard Duhautois, Centre d'Etudes de l'emploi
Labor Market Reforms in Europe – Towards More Flexicure Labor Markets?
Werner Eichhorst, IZA; Paul Marx, University of Southern Denmark; Caroline Wehner, IZA
Objective Vs. Subjective Job Security in France in the Context of Recession: Evidence from French Linked Employer-Employee Data
Zinaida Salibekyan, LEST, Aix-Marseille University, CEE; Stephanie Moullet, Aix-Marseille University, Lest

H-13
Institutions and Corporate Practice
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Heike Doering, Cardiff University

Participants:
Institutions and Work Systems
Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School; Geoff Wood, University of Essex

H-14
Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Orientation
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Gerhard Schnyder, King's College London

Participants:
From Radical Left to Shareholder Value: A Longitudinal Comparison of Employee- and Owner-Elected Representatives' Perceptions
Karin Jonnergard, Linnaeus University; Ulf Larsson-Olaison, Linnaeus University; Anna Stafsudd, Linnaeus university
The Role of Mass Media in Corporate Governance: A Study of How Swedish Corporations Are Not Affected By the Character of Publicity
Andreas Jansson, Linnaeus University; Anna Stafsudd, Linnaeus university; Anna Andersson, -; Lisa Petersson, -

J-05
Redistribution and Inequality
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Moderator: Takayuki Sakamoto, University of Kitakyushu

Participants:
Social Europe Vs. Liberal America? Inequality and (non-)Coordinated Policy Making in Europe
Michael Baggesen Klitgaard, University of Southern Denmark; Melike Wulfgramm, University of Southern Denmark

M-07
Innovación Tecnologica y Desarrollo
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Blanca Olmedillas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Participants:
Carga Penal Por El Aislamiento Digital: Revisión De La Situación De La Población Reclusa En España
Maria Barreiro-Gen, University of A Coruña; Maria-Asunción Lopez Arranz, University of A Coruña
The Impact of Funding on Innovation: Evidence from Spain
Alberto Melane-Lavado, University of Castilla la Mancha; Agustin Alvarez-Herranz, University of Castilla la Mancha; Inés González González, Universidad Pública de Navarra
Innovación Tecnológica, Estrategias Competitivas y Contexto Institucional En El Sector Biotecnológico Mexicano.
Marcela Amaro, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA METROPOLITANA-XOCHIMILCO; Alberto Morales, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Daniel Villavicencio, UAM-X
Capacidades De Innovación De Las Empresas Del Sector De La Biotecnología En México
Alberto Morales, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Marcela Amaro, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA METROPOLITANA-XOCHIMILCO; Antonio Chiapa Zenon, UAM-X
Importancia De La Innovación En La Lucha Contra El Cambio Climático: Una Estimación De Su Aportación a La Reducción De Emisiones Contaminantes
Yolanda Fernandez, Universidad Pontificia Comillas; Maria Angeles Fernandez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Blanca Olmedillas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

N-09
Financial Markets and Morality
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Simone Polillo, University of Virginia

Participants:
Discourse Ethics for Debt Markets
Timothy Johnson, Heriot-Watt University

N-10
Financialization and Inequality
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Adam Goldstein, Harvard University

Participants:
What Crisis? the Capitalist State, Financial Power, and Elite Resiliency
Matthew Soener, The Ohio State University; Michael Nau, The Ohio State University
Inequality and the Institutional Evolution of Financialisation
Eoin Flaherty, Queen's University Belfast

P-10
Money and Banking (II): Coordination and Central Banking
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussant: Robert Alain Boyer, Institut des Amériques, France
Moderator: Kurt Mettenheim, São Paulo Business School, Getulio Vargas Foundation

Participants:
The Comparison of the Accounting Methods for the Monetary Base Between Central Banks
Nobuko Takahashi, Kokushikan University; Ryohei Yoshikawa, Kansaigakuin University
Moral Socioeconomies and Socioeconomic Moralities in Money, Banking, and Finance.
Kurt Mettenheim, São Paulo Business School, Getulio Vargas Foundation

P-11
Regulation and Society (II): Financial Regulation, Disclosure, and Trust
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Thierry Kirat, IRISSO / CNRS - University PARIS DAUPHINE

Participants:
The Regulatory Practice of the French Financial Regulator, 2006-2011. from Substantive to Procedural Financial Regulation?
Thierry Kirat, IRISSO / CNRS - University PARIS DAUPHINE; Frederic Marty, CNRS - GREDEG
Revisiting the Political Economy of Regulation: Locating a Transnational Disclosure Initiative on the Regulatory Map
Lisa Baudot, University of Central Florirda; David J Cooper, University of Alberta
Forms of Trust and Conditions for Their Stability
Reynaud Reynaud, Dauphine University and PSL

Q-11
Post-Crisis Developmental States
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Steven K. Vogel, University of California, Berkeley

Participants:
Development Banks – Dispensable Relics of the Past? a Comparative Analysis of Korea and Germany
Natalya Naqvi, Cambridge; Ha Joon Chang, University of Cambridge; Anne Henow, University of Cambridge
Financialization and Industrial Policy. Comparing Japan and Korea
Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS; Pauline Debanes, EHESS; Wonkyu Shin, Kyung Hee University

TH01-07
The Sharing Economy? Definitions and Meanings
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: Cecilia Manzo, University of Florence
Moderator: Francesco Ramella, University of Torin
Session Organizers: Francesco Ramella, University of Torin; Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica; Cecilia Manzo, University of Florence

Participants:
Unboxing the Collaborative Economy: Sharing Definition and Indicators
Davide Arcidiacono, University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Sharing Economy: A Step Towards the Re-Embeddedness of the Economy?
Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica; Giancarlo Provasi, Università degli Studi di Brescia
Thinking Together - Common Reasoning in Crowdsourcing
Katarzyna Lisek, Jagiellonian University

TH02-5
Rethinking Culture in International Politics
Building Bridges between Economic Sociology and International Relations

Discussant: Tim Bartley, Ohio State University

Participants:
Microfoundations of the World Polity
Alexander Kentikelenis, University of Oxford; Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

TH06-4
Institutions and Actors for Cluster and Sector Strategies: Building New Narratives and Capabilities
Institutional Experimentation and Subnational Economic Governance: Building New Narratives and Capabilities

Discussants: Chris F. Wright, University of Sydney; Jorger H. Carrillo, COLEF; Benichi Hicham, Université Grenoble-Alpes; Peter Turnbull, University of Bristol; Valeria Pulignano, KU Leuven

Participants:
Analysing the Labour Challenges of Securing Food Production in Australian Horticulture
Chris F. Wright, University of Sydney; Diane van den Broek, University of Sydney; Joanna Howe, University of Adelaide; Alexander Reilly, University of Adelaide
All the Evidence the European Commission Needs to Divide-and-Conquer? Impact Assessments and EU Ports Policy Making
Peter Turnbull, University of Bristol; Richard Thomas, Cardiff Business School

TH07-07
Prescriptive strategies for transforming Islamic economies
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Beyond Islamic Banking: How the Waqf Can Play the Role in Creating an Islamic Moral Economy
Ebi Junaidi, Durham Business School; Wachid As'ad Muslimin, Durham University; Muhamad Rizky Rizaldy, Durham University
Endogenising TRUST for a Good ‘Waqf' Governance
Dian Masyita, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Padjadjaran; Mehmet Asutay, Durham University Business School

TH08-03
Constructing Morality in Immoral Spaces: Sex Work, Workers and Products
Market Morals, Taboo Categories and Redefined Legitimacy


Participants:
When Transferable Skills Can't Transfer: Examining Occupational Stigma on Worker Mobility
Sarah Blithe, University of Nevada Reno; Breanna *, University of Nevada Reno; Anna Wiederhold Wolfe, University of Nevada Reno
Economic Shifts, Moral Values, and Political Boundaries: The Symbolic Relationship Between Sex Toys and Pornography
Shelly Ronen, New York University; Lynn Comella, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The Moral Economy of Female Sex Workers in Post-Socialist China
Yeon Jung Yu, University of South Carolina
Liminal Sex & Markets: The Business Practices of Elite Online Escorts
Kathryn Hausbeck Korgan, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Alex Nelson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Antoinette Izzo, UNLV

TH09-06
Commodities vs People: Competing Orders of Worth in the Digital Economy
Moral Economies and Markets in the Digital Age

Discussant: Janaki Srinivasan, International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore

Participants:
Lifeworld and Systems in the Digital Economy
Dave Elder-Vass, Loughborough University
Digital Information and the Commodification of the Private Sphere
Christine Boshuijzen - van Burken, Linnaeus University; Darek M. Haftor, Linnaeus University

TH10-03

TH12-07
Sustainable Lifestyles and the Eco-Villages Movement
Re-embedding the Social: New Modes of Production, Critical Consumption and Alternative Lifestyles

Discussant: Torsten Rosenvold Geelan, University of Cambridge - Darwin College
Moderator: Lara Monticelli, Scuola Normale Superiore – Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences

Participants:

TH13-05
Latin America/Redistributive Preferences
Reducing Inequality: Yes We Can?

Moderator: Ive Marx, University of Antwerp

Participants:
A Multidimensional Analysis of Inequality in Latin America and How to Reduce It
Clemente Ruiz Duran, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

TH14-05
First Results from COIN (Comparative Organizations and Inequality Network)
Scrutinizing Organizational Inequalities: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches


Participants:
Precarity As Volatility: The Impact of Employment Volatility on Inequalities
Eunmi Mun, Amherst College; Jiwook Jung, National University of Singapore; Zoltan Lippenyi, Utrecht University; William Rainey, UMASS-Amherst
The Organizational Production of National Earnings Inequalities
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts

4:15 PM-5:35 PM


B-12
New Labor Regimes and Experiences: Ethnographic, Historical, and Activist Views
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development


Participants:
Caste, Class and Trade Unionism in India
Vidyadhar Badigannavar, Aston University; John Kelly, Birkbeck, University of London
Private Security in Multinational Firms in India
Kiran Mirchandani, University of Toronto; Sanjukta Mukherjee, DePaul University; Shruti Tambe, Pune University
Crude Politics: Colonialism, Oil, and Labor in the Arabian Sea
Andrea Wright, Institute for South Asia Studies, University of California, Berkeley

4:15 PM-5:45 PM


A-02
Civil Society, Religion and Moral Economies
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society


Participants:
Religious Embeddedness of Economic Activity: Orthodox Entrepreneurship and Its Role in the Development of the Russian Society
Anna Kalashnikova, LLC "MK-CONSULTING"; Margarita Kalashnikova, St. Tikhon's Orthodox Humanitarian University

B-13
Regulatory Institutions in Developing Countries
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Session Organizer: Andrew Schrank, Brown University

Participants:
Do Weberian Bureaucracies Lead to Markets or Vice Versa?
Yuen Yuen Ang, University of Michigan
Do Trips Flexibilities Matter? An Empirical Analysis of Pharmaceutical Patenting in Developing Countries
Kenneth Shadlen, London School of Economics; Bhaven Sampat, Columbia University

C-08
Work/Life Interference in Academic Careers
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
Scientific Careers and Work/Life Interference
Bernard Fusulier, Université catholique de Louvain; Barbier Pascal, U Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne; Dubois-Shaik Farah, Université Catholique de Louvain
Women without Peers: The Formalization of Cue-Less Academic Promotion Practices at a Leading Swedish Business School
Karin S Helgesson, Stockholm School of Economics; Ebba B Sjögren, Stockholm School of Economics

D-04
Health & Development Professionals
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Moderator: Eleni Tsingou, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:
The Domestic Agenda of the New "Global Health" Curriculum
Tine Hanrieder, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

D-05
Management and Control in the Professions
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Moderator: Christine Musselin, Sciences Po - CNRS

Participants:
How the Iron Cage Evolves: From Accounting to Accountability As the Content of Rationalization
Christof Brandtner, Stanford University; Aaron Horvath, Stanford University; Woody Powell, Stanford University

E-11
Reconstructing Solidarity: Labor Unions, Precarious Work, and the Politics of Institutional Change in Europe
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Gregor Murray, Université de Montréal
Session Organizers: Virginia Doellgast, Cornell University; Anna Ilsøe, FAOS, Department of Sociology, Copenhagen University; Patrice Jalette, University of Montreal

Participants:
Collective Bargaining at the Establishment Level in Québec: Balanced or Asymmetrical Flexibility and Security Outcomes?
Patrice Jalette, University of Montreal; Melanie Laroche, Université de Montréal
The Contentious Politics of Agency Work in Italy and Germany: Institutions, Actors and Strategies
Chiara Benassi, Royal Holloway, University of London; Lisa Dorigatti, University of Milan
Partnership Under Pressure: Decentralized Bargaining in Danish and Australian Manufacturing
Anna Ilsoe, FAOS, Department of Sociology, Copenhagen University; Andreas Pekarek, The University of Melbourne; Ray Fells, The University of Western Australia

E-12
Political Economy of Neoliberal Reforms
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy

Discussant: Chris F. Wright, University of Sydney

Participants:
Economic Policy in France: from Modernism to Neo-Liberalism
Bruno Amable, Université Paris I Panthéon - Sorbonne
Weak or No Ties : New Convergencies? The relationship between party in government and unions in Italy and France after 2007
Domenico Carrieri, Università di Roma Sapienza; Maria Concetta Ambra, Università di Roma Sapienza

F-08
Theorizing Networks and Network Effects across Contexts
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Moderator: Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School

Participants:
Innovation Systems and FDI: Firms' Market Entry Modes and Subsidiary Autonomy
Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester; Maria Allen, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School; Marcela Miozzo, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
Simon and Critical Realists on Knowledge and Social Systems
Rouslan Koumakhov, NEOMA Business School; Adel Daoud, University of Gothenburg
Social Networks and Macro-Social Change
Emily Erikson, Yale University

G-14
HRM & Motivation
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Dustin Mabry, University of California, Davis

Participants:
Participation, Organisational Commitment and Employee Well-Being: A Longitudinal Analysis
Duncan Gallie, University of Oxford; Ying Zhou, University of Surrey
Money, Monitoring and Motivation: Social Class and Work Effort
Michael Tahlin, SOFI, Stockholm University
Performance-Oriented Practices in Voluntary Organisations: The Case of Health and Community Services in the UK
Bethania Antunes, University of Greenwich - Work and Employment Research Unit (WERU); Amy Humphris, University of the West of England
Work Positive Illusions: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Anastasia M Luca, QuantLearn Systems LLC

G-15
Youth Employment
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Zinaida Salibekyan, CEE

Participants:
Still the Same Patterns of Cross National Variation in Youth Unemployment? Revisiting Breen.
Holger Seibert, Scientific staff; Dieter Bogai, Institute for Employment Research; Stefan Fuchs, Institute for Employment Research
Size of Training Firms – the Role of Firms, Luck, and Ability in Young Workers' Careers
Renate Neubaeumer, University of Koblenz-Landau; Steffen Mueller, The Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH)
Brazilian Youth Unemployment, Minimum Wage and Economic Cycles
Tania de Toledo Lima, Universidade Federal de Goiás; Rodrigo Vilela Rodrigues, UFSCAR; Alexandre Nunes Almeida, Esalq - USP

H-15
Political Economy of Finance
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Richard Deeg, Temple University

Participants:
Three Roads to Austerity. a Comparative Analysis of Portugal, Italy, Germany and Switzerland
Stefano Sacchi, University of Milan; Klaus Armingeon, Universitat Bern
Investing for Retirement: Financial Markets and New Cultural Sensibilities of Old Age
Fernanda Verissimo Soule, Federal University of Sao Carlos (UFSCar); Silvio Eduardo Alvarez Candido, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar; Julio Cesar Donadone, UFSCar
In Unity, Balkinization? Banking, Crisis Governance, & Regulatory Reform in the Eurozone Crisis
John W Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Kenneth A. Dubin, Anglia Ruskin University

H-16
Institutions and Markets
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Stefan Kirchner, University of Hamburg

Participants:
Corporate Diplomacy and Institutional Work: Empirical Evidence from the Arab Spring Experience of Two Canadian Companies in Egypt
Ali Taleb, Macewan University; Rick Molz, Concordia University; Catalin Ratiu, California State University

J-06
Welfare States and Labor Markets
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Moderator: Frank Bauer, IAB

Participants:
The Effect of Sanctions on Stigma Consciousness
Stefanie Unger, Institute for Employment Research; Thomas Gurr, Leibniz University Hannover
The Political Economy of Low Skills in Coordinated Market Economies
Niccolo Durazzi, Department of Social Policy, LSE; Leonard Geyer, Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Bamberg

L-09
Marketization: Political Projects & Ideational Dimensions
L: Regulation and Governance


Participants:
Marketcraft: What Does It Really Take to Make a Market Work?
Steven K. Vogel, University of California, Berkeley
Quantifying, Economizing, and Marketizing: Democratizing the Social Sphere?
Andrea Mennicken, London School of Economics and Political Science; Peter Miller, London School of Economics and Political Science; Liisa Kurunmäki, London School of Economics and Political Science

M-08
Políticas Sectoriales
M: Spanish Language

Moderator: Isabel Novo-Corti, University of A Coruna

Participants:
Gobernanza Pesquera: Un Nuevo Contexto Global
Fernando Gonzalez-Laxe, Universidad da Coruna; Isabel Novo-Corti, University of A Coruna; Federico Martin Palmero, University of A Coruna
Acuerdos Medioambientales: Quién Es Quién En La Negociación?
Yolanda Fernández Fernández, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Maria Angeles Fernandez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Blanca Olmedillas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Índice Para Priorização Dos Investimentos Financeiros Na Atenção Primária Do SUS No Estado De Minas Gerais
Murilo Cassio Xavier Fahel, Fundacao Joao Pinheiro; Valeria Coelho, Fundaao Joao Pinheiro

N-11
Responsible Banking and Social Impact Investing
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Klaus Kraemer, University of Graz

Participants:
Zakat, a Muslim Corporate Responsibility Duty. Does IT Have an Effect on the Malaysian Banking System's Financial Performance?
Maria Jose Garcia-Lopez, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos; Juan Jose Duran, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Juan Jose Rienda, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

O-06
Employment and Social Impact in GVCs
O: Global Value Chains


Participants:
Mexico Local Producers in GVC the Challenge of Standards and Certification
Clemente Ruiz Duran, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Uneven Development Patterns in Global Value Chains: An Empirical Inquiry Based on a Conceptualization of GVC As a Specific Form of the Division of Labor
Steven Knauss, Université Paris 13; Bruno Carballa, Université Paris 13; Cédric Durand, Université Paris 13
Does Employment Behaviour in Multinational Affiliates Diverge from National Companies? a Counterfactual Analysis on the Italian Manufacturing Sector.
Mariachiara Barzotto, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham; Giancarlo Corò, Ca' Foscari University Venice; Ilaria Mariotti, Politecnico di Milano; Marco Mutinelli, Università di Brescia

P-12
The Economization of Everything
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Discussant: Greta Krippner, University of Michigan
Session Organizers: Sarah Quinn, University of Washington; Greta Krippner, University of Michigan; Marion Fourcade, University of California

Participants:

P-13
Money and Banking (III): Financial Risk and Crises
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Kurt Mettenheim, São Paulo Business School, Getulio Vargas Foundation

Participants:
Modelling Bond Markets
Philippe Moutot, European Central Bank
The Risk-Free Rate of Return in the Politics of Global Finance
Horacio Ortiz, CNRS, IRISSO, Université Paris Dauphine, UMR 7170

Q-13
Financialization of Markets and Corporate Governance in Asia
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Yves Tiberghien, University of British Columbia

Participants:
Trade Composition and Carbon Control Efforts: Carbon Leakage Revisit Based on Carbon Terms of Trade of China
Jie He, University of Sherbrooke; Huang Anping, Sun Yat-sen University
Hong Kong, London, and the Offshore RMB: China's Financial Transnationalization in Comparative Context
Julian Gruin, University of Amsterdam; Jeremy Green, University of Bristol

TH01-08
The Sharing Economy? Spaces and Places
A Platform Economy? A Sharing Economy? A Gig Economy? The Changing Nature of Work, Employment, and Market Competition

Discussant: Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica
Moderator: Davide Arcidiacono, University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Session Organizers: Francesco Ramella, University of Torin; Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica; Cecilia Manzo, University of Florence

Participants:
Maintaining the Digital Commons: A Comparison of Debian Linux and Irrigation Canals in Nepal
Atul Pokharel, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University
Fab Labs in Italy: Collective Goods in the Sharing Economy
Francesco Ramella, University of Torin; Cecilia Manzo, University of Urbino
Get What You Want - a Qualitative Study to Elicit Renters' Participation Motives in Peer-to-Peer Carsharing
Mark-Philipp Wilhelms, EBS Universitaet fuer Wirtschaft und Recht; Katrin Merfeld, EBS Universitaet fuer Wirtschaft und Recht; Sven Henkel, EBS Universitaet fuer Wirtschaft und Recht

TH02-6
Constructing and Contesting Global Production Networks
Building Bridges between Economic Sociology and International Relations

Discussant: Mark Dallas, Union College

Participants:
The Political Economy of Inequality in a World of Global Value Chains
Nicola Jane Phillips, University of Sheffield

TH05-07
Domesticizing Finance: Roundtable Discussion
Domesticizing Financial Economies - Part 3

Discussants: Daniel Fridman, University of Texas at Austin; Liz Moor, Goldsmiths, University of London; Magdalena Villarreal, CIESAS
Moderator: Sarah Sparke, University of the West of England

Participants:
Domesticizing Financial Economies. Studies of Finance in Between Market Devices, Everyday Calculation and Government.
Joe Deville, Lancaster University; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; José Ossandón, Copenhagen Business School

TH06-5
Rewriting Union Scripts and Repertoires in Industries and Regions?
Institutional Experimentation and Subnational Economic Governance: Building New Narratives and Capabilities

Discussants: Christian Lévesque, CRIMT - Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work; Amanda Coles, University of Melbourne; Stefano Gasparri, University of Warwick; Mathieu Dupuis, Université de Montréal

Participants:
Institutional Changes in the Montréal Aerospace Cluster:
Christian Lévesque, HEC, Montreal; Marc-Antonin Hennebert, HEC Montreal; Lucie Morissette, HEC Montréal

TH07-08
Making Islamic Markets: Ideology, Governance and Subjectivities
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:

TH09-07
Governing (in) the Digital Economy?
Moral Economies and Markets in the Digital Age

Discussant: Dean Curran, University of Calgary

Participants:
Moral Economy of Digital Media Technologies: A Comparative Study of Ghanaian and the US Media Industries
Elizabeth N Appiah, Pentecost University College; Daniel Nkrumah, Pentecost University College
The Economic Moralities of E-Government: Recoding Public and Private Boundaries
Esther Ruiz Ben, Technische Universitaet Berlin; Tino Schuppan, University of Applied Labor Sciences

TH13-06
Gender, Family and Inequality
Reducing Inequality: Yes We Can?

Moderator: Ive Marx, University of Antwerp

Participants:
The Triple Bind of Single-Parent Families: What Can be Done?
Laurie C. Maldonado, LIS; Rense Nieuwenhuis, Stockholm University; Nathaniel Johnson, Graduate Center, City University
What an Analysis of Variation in the ‘Partner Pay-Gap' Tells Us about the Persistence of Income and Gendered Inequalities within Couples: A Comparative Analysis Using Quantile Fixed-Effects Regression.
Laura Romeu Gordo, DZA, Deutsches Zentrum für Altersfragen; Martina Dieckhoff, WZB; Vanessa Gash, City University London; Antje Mertens, Berlin School of Economics

6:00 PM-7:00 PM


SP-02
SASE Presidential Address
Special Events

Discussant: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley
Session Organizer: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley

7:00 PM-7:30 PM


SP-03
SASE Awards Ceremony
Special Events

Session Organizers: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley; Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley; Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley; AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley

7:30 PM-9:30 PM


SP-04
SASE Gala Reception
Special Events

Session Organizers: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley; Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley; Heather Haveman, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley; AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley

Sunday, June 26, 2016

9:00 AM-10:30 AM


A-03
Communitarian Ideals, Moral Economies and Economic Moralities
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society


Participants:
Managing a Volunteer Workforce: Working Outside the Conventional Employment Relationship
Anne-marie Greene, Leicester Business School, De Montfort University; Jenna Ward, Leicester Business School, De Montfort University
Market Ethics with Trade in an Edgeworth Box
Steven Suranovic, George Washington University

B-14
Governance of and By Corporations
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development

Discussant: Caroline Arnold, Brooklyn College
Session Organizer: Maha Atal, University of Cambridge

Participants:
Governing Firms: Production after the State
Adnan Naseemullah, King's College London

B-15
Emerging Perspectives on Firms and Entrepreneurship
B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development


Participants:
Elements Analysis for Social Entrepreneurship: Theoric Contributions
Carla Busarello, UNESC; Melissa Watanabe, Unisul; Kelly Gianezini, UNESC
Through the Tiers of a Supply-Chain: Survey-Based Evidences about the Brazilian Local Content Policy in the Oil & Gas Sector
Antonio Botelho, Iuperj / UCAM; Yuri Kasahara, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norwegian Institute; Marcelo Simas, Iuperj/UCAM
The Automotive Cluster South Fluminense: Industrial Agglomeration Experience or Collective Action?
Raphael Jonathas da Costa Lima, Fluminense Federal University; Alexandre Duarte de Paiva, Fluminense Federal University

C-09
Women in Care and Domestic Labour
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
Does Outsourcing of Domestic Work Really Promote Women‘s Employment?
Katharina Diener, Institute for Employment Research; Natascha Nisic, University Hamburg
A Public Policy Proposal Towards Formalization of Mexican Domestic Workers
Marta Cebollada, Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico

D-06
Author Meets Critics: "The Oxford Handbook of Professional Service Firms"
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Book Authors: Glenn Morgan, University of Bristol; Joe Broschak, University of Arizona; Mari Sako, University of Oxford
Critics: Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School; Fiona Kay, Queen's University
Moderator: Elizabeth H. Gorman, Sociology, University of Virginia


E-13
Managing Conflict in Industrial Relations
E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy


Participants:

F-09
Strategies for Forging Network Collaborations in Comparative Context
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Moderator: Matthew R. Keller, Department of Sociology, Southern Methodist University

Participants:
Harnessing the Power of Age-Diverse Innovation Teams – Examples from Singapore
Thomas Menkhoff, Singapore Management University; Jeff Chin, DingGo

G-16
Gendered Labor Markets
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Kira Pauka, University of Basel

Participants:
Wages of Nurses in Germany: Large Differences Between Occupations and Regions
Dieter Bogai, Institute for Employment Research; Holger Seibert; Mirko Wesling, Scientific staff
Preliminary Study: Determining a Method to Utilise Japanese Women's Workforce More Effectively
Rei Hasegawa, Daito Bunka University; Shinji Hasegawa, Waseda University
Intersectionality or Cumulative Disadvantage? Ethnicity, Gender and Workless Households Effects on Youth Employment
Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton; Carolina Zuccotti, University of Brighton

G-17
Industrial Change
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Ulrich Walwei, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

Participants:
Changes in Manufacturing Occupations Leading to Fast Growing Regions. Evidence from the EU-15 Labour Markets
Mariachiara Barzotto, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham; Lisa De Propris, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham
Youth Differences in the Spanish Labor Market: A Review before and after the Economic Crisis
Luz Maria Pena-Longobardo, Castilla-La Mancha University; Álvaro Hidalgo-Vega, University of Castilla-La Mancha; Antonio Fernandez-Bolaños, University of Castilla-La Mancha

H-17
The Dynamics of Capture and Inequality in a Market Society
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Moderator: Geoffrey R.D. Underhill, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam
Session Organizer: Geoffrey R.D. Underhill, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam

Participants:
Markets, Institutions, and Transaction Costs: The Endogeneity of Governance
Geoffrey R.D. Underhill, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam
Exporting Labour Abuse out of Recession? How Economic Cycles in the Global North Affect Labour Conditions in the Global South
Sijeong Lim, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam; Asseem Prakash, University of Washington

H-18
Location, Institutions and Relationships
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Robert Eberhart, Santa Clara University

Participants:
Location and Jobs Creation: Do Institutions Matter? an Empirical Analysis on 2004-2010 France
Nadine Levratto, EconomiX-CNRS, university of Paris Ouest Nanterre; Aziza Garsaa, EconomiX-University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
Relational Governance and Modularity of Japanese Automotive Industry: Effects and Dynamic of Strategic Action FIELD
Paulo Cesar Matui, Federal University os São Carlos; Mario Sacomano Neto, Federal University of Sao Carlos - UFSCar
Firm Experience and Interdependent Behavior in Plant Location Choice: Entry of Japanese Auto Parts Suppliers into China
Hideyuki Takenouchi, Sophia University; Kazuyo Ando, Chiba Univerisity of Commerce; Reiko Takenouchi, University of Yamanashi

J-07
Taxation
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Moderator: Michal Koreh, University of Haifa

Participants:
The Micro-Foundation and Macro-Manifestation of the Eco-Welfare State: The Case of Public Healthcare and Environmental Taxation in 22 OECD Countries (1985-2010)
Ke Meng, School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University; Chuanshen Qin, School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University
Let Them Eat Cake? Inequality and Public Attitudes Towards Progressive Taxation
Sarah Berens, University of Cologne; Margarita Gelepithis, University of East London
Spending and Taxing: Towards a Fiscal Centred Perspective in Social Policy Research
Michal Koreh, University of Haifa; Daniel Beland, University of Saskatchewan

N-14
Meanings and Discources on Finance and Financialization
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Daniel Maman, Ben-Gurion University

Participants:
Cross-Border Investment in China: Financial, Moral and Political Meanings of an Everyday Practice
Horacio Ortiz, CNRS, IRISSO, Université Paris Dauphine, UMR 7170
"Market Citizenship" and the Nation: Popular Financial Trading in Israel
Galit Ailon, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Bar-Ilan University

O-07
Growing Importance of Large Transnational First Tier Suppliers in Global Value Chains
O: Global Value Chains

Session Organizers: Shamel Azmeh, London School of Economics; Khalid Nadvi, The University of Manchester; Cornelia Staritz, Austrian Foundation for Development Research (ÖFSE); Gale Raj-Reichert, University of Manchester

Participants:
Giant manufacturers and mass labor: a comparison of labor-management relations at the world’s largest footwear manufacturer
Jeroen Merk, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam; Do Quynh Chi, Research Center for Employment Relations; Stefan Schmalz, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena; Brandon Sommer, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam; Hui Xu, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
Rethinking the Role of Large Trans-National First-Tier Suppliers in the Garments and Electronics Industry
Shamel Azmeh, London School of Economics; Gale Raj-Reichert, University of Manchester; Khalid Nadvi, The University of Manchester
The Influence of Power in Inter-Firm Relations on Flexibility and Security
Valeria Pulignano, KU Leuven; De Franceschi Fabio, KU Leuven

P-14
Financial and Non-Financial Reporting: Stakeholders Expectation and Value Creation
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Guler Aras, Yildiz Technical University
Session Organizer: Guler Aras, Yildiz Technical University

Participants:

P-15
Corporate Governance and Financialization (I): Evidence and Implications
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Thomas Clarke, University of Technology Sydney

Participants:
Divergent Responses to Financialization in UK Big Pharma?: The Cases of Glaxosmithkline(GSK) Versus Astrazeneca
Stuart Parris, The Open University; Pauline Gleadle, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road
What determines the emergence of a new sovereign wealth fund?
Valerie Kinon, ICHEC; Laurence Gialdini, SKEMA Business School-Université de Lille; Christelle Lecourt, SKEMA Business School

Q-14
Culture, Moralities, and Informal Economy
Q: Asian Capitalisms

Moderator: Marcus Conle, University of Duisburg-Essen

Participants:
Humble Comrades: Anti-Corruption and the Dual Moralities of Private Consumption and Public Presentation Among the Chinese Rich
Lake Lui, Hong Kong Institute of Education; Solee I Shin, National University of Singapore
The Chinese Economy Between Confucianism and Modernity
Klaus Nielsen, Birkbeck, University of London

TH07-11
Diverse catalysts for the Islamic finance industry
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Centralized Islam for Socio-Economic Control: Human Capital and Gender Roles in the Service of Moral Economy in Turkey
Umut Korkut, Glasgow Caledonian University; Hande Eslen-Ziya, KwaZulu-Natal University
Islam and its Impact on Economic and Financial Attitudes in Indonesia
Fauziah Rizki Yuniarti, Universitas Indonesia; Mehmet Asutay, Durham University Business School
A Social Movement Perspective on Finance: How Islamic Finance Emerged and Developed
Banjaran Surya Indrastomo, Durham University; Mehmet Asutay, Durham University Business School

TH08-04
Market Legitimacy, Identity and Discourses I
Market Morals, Taboo Categories and Redefined Legitimacy


Participants:
Fertile Markets: Governing Cross-Border Reproductive Care
Eleni Tsingou, Copenhagen Business School
From Madness to Mental Illness: Legality, Legitimacy and Morality in the Psychotropic Drugs Market
Mauricio Reinert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Claudia Cristina Macceo Sato, Maringa State University
Co-Opt or Co-Exist? a Study of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries' Identity-Based Responses to Recreational-Use Legalization in Colorado and Washington
Greta Hsu, University of California, Davis; Ozgecan Kocak, Sabanci University; Balazs Kovacs, Yale University

TH10-05
The Material Construction of Value
Morality and Materiality in Markets


Participants:
(Im) Materiality of Good Food
Galina Kallio, Aalto University School of Business
Valuing Corporate Discourses. a Case Study on Management Fads Market in Brazil
Monise Fernandes Picanco, University of Sao Paulo

10:45 AM-12:15 PM


A-04
Moral Economies and Communitarian Ideals. Local Experiences from Asia and America.
A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society


Participants:
La Crisis De Credibilidad De Los Partidos Políticos En México: Zqué Crisis?
Alberto N Zuarth Garduño, Senado de la República / México; Jose A. Ruiz San Roman, Universidad Complutense Madrid
Moral Economy in the Case of Short Chains and Local Production
Elisa Gritti, Universidade Federal De Pernambuco; Josefa Salete Barbosa Cavalcanti, UFPE-
Irish Communities Networks in the Center of Mexico at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
Francisco Javier Velazquez-Sagahon, University of Guanajuato; Nicolas Nava-Nava, University of Guanajuato; Domingo Herrera-Gonzalez, University of Guanajuato

C-10
Women in Executive and Business Positions
C: Gender, Work and Family


Participants:
Women in Executive Positions: The Interweaving of Individuals and Macro-Institutional Dimensions
Vanessa di Paola, Aix-Marseille University, Lest; Dominique Epiphane, CEREQ; Stephanie Moullet, Aix-Marseille University, Lest; Arnaud Dupray, CEREQ
Gender, Race and Diversity: Professional Trajectories of Brazilian Black Businesswomen
Pedro Jaime, Department of Business Administration, Centro Universitário da FEI

D-07
Professions, Economics and Markets
D: Professions and Professionals in a Globalizing World

Moderator: Lasse Folke Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:
Markets and Intermediation: The Case of Horse Racing Economy
Carole Botton, École Supérieure de Commerce de Pau
Neoliberal Grandfathers and the Success of Their Progeny: A Genealogical Analysis of Economists' Professional Networks
Kevin Young, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Lasse Folke Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School; Leonard Seabrooke
The Transformation of the Engineer Profession in the Global and Finantial Capitalism
Julio Cesar Donadone, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar; Thais joi Martins, UFRB

F-10
Technology Transfer and the Consumption of Innovations
F: Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation

Moderator: Matthew Allen, Alliance Manchester Business School

Participants:
The Dynamics of VALUE in the Adoption of NOVEL Practices: A Study of OPEN Access Self-Archiving in Academic Institutions
Shahzad (Shaz) Ansari, University of Cambridge; Trin Thananusak, University of Cambridge

FP-09
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "The Moral Background: An Inquiry into the History of Business Ethics" by Gabriel Abend (Princeton University Press, 2014)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Moderator: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley
Session Organizer: Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley
Book Author: Gabriel Abend, New York University
Critics: Daniel Hirschman, Brown University; Elizabeth Popp Berman, University at Albany, SUNY; Steve Vaisey, Duke University


G-18
Careers and Knowledge
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: Jacqueline A O'Reilly, University of Brighton

Participants:
Educational Mismatch and Promotions to Managerial Positions: A Test of the Career Mobility Theory
Philipp Grunau, Institute for Employment Research; Marco Pecoraro, Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies, University of Neuchâtel

G-19
New Economy
G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources

Moderator: David Marsden, London School of Economics

Participants:
IQ + Effort + Creativity = Creatocracy: Reconsidering Creative Talent at Work in the “New Economy”
David Kyle, University of California, Davis; Dustin Mabry, University of California, Davis
Digitalization: Recipe or Trigger for Structural Labour Market Problems?
Ulrich Walwei, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Varieties of Coworking: A Socio-Organizational Analysis
Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica; Giuseppe Scaratti, Università Cattolica; Rita Bissola, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore; Silvia Ivaldi, Università Cattolica
Go Hard or Go Home? Analyzing the Effects of Working from Home on Productivity and Promotion
Kira Pauka, University of Basel; Christian Rupietta, University of Zurich; Simone Balestra, University of Zurich

H-19
Markets and Their Consequences
H: Markets, Firms and Institutions

Discussant: Betsy Carter, University of New Hampshire

Participants:
What Is New about Unintended Consequences in New Economic Sociology?
Adriana Mica, Institute of Applied Social Siences - University of Warsaw

J-08
Institutional and Neoliberal Constraints
J: Rethinking the Welfare State

Moderator: Asa Maron, Stanford University

Participants:
Fiscal Policy Investment Rule: Constitutional Analysis
Erkki Antero Siivonen, University of Tampere

L-12
Economic Governance & Its Reform in Europe
L: Regulation and Governance


Participants:
The Governance of Labor Market Politics through Street Level Organizations –
Peter Kupka, Institute for Employment Research; Christopher Osiander, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
The Rise of "Evidence Based Bureaucracies" Economic Knowledge in Health Policy in the UK and France
Daniel Benamouzig, Sciences Po CNRS; Magali Robelet, Université Lyon 2; Jerome Minonzio, Université Lyon 3
Why Market-Making Interactions Between States and Firms Fail Despite Aligned Interests and Ideas: Organizing the Hungarian Mortgage Market As a Socio-Technical Process
Lena Pellandini-Simanyi, Università della Svizzera Italiana (USI, University of Lugano); Zsuzsanna Vargha, MIT

N-15
Financial Elites in the Global South
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine
Session Organizer: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine

Participants:
Capital Brokers in Emerging Markets
Kimberly Kay Hoang, University of Chicago
Aristotle in Abu Dhabi: Islamic finance as scholastic modern
Ryan Calder, Johns Hopkins University
Old Wine in New Bottles: Translating Finance for an International Elite
Brooke Harrington, Copenhagen Business School

N-16
Financial Experts and Knowedge Networks
N: Finance and Society

Discussant: Nathan Coombs, University of Edinburgh

Participants:
Acknowledgement Networks in Financial Economics
Andreas Andrikopoulos, University of the Aegean; Labrini Oikonomou, University of the Aegean
Sell-Side Analysts, Buy-Side Analysts and Positional Struggles in the Field of Financial Advice
Yuval Millo, University of Leicester; Crawford Spence, Warwick Business School

O-08
Power in GVCs
O: Global Value Chains


Participants:
The Role of the State in Global Value Chains
Lukas C. Brun, North Carolina State University; Joonkoo Lee, Hanyang University
Governance in Agricultural Value Chains in Tamaulipas, Mexico: The Cases of Soybean, Sorghum, Sugar Cane and Rice.
Ana Laura Dominguez-Jardines, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas; Francisco Garcia-Fernandez, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas; Nery Enrique Sanchez-Muñoz, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas; Rafael Alejandro Vaquera-Salazar, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas
‘Power' in Global Value Chains
Mark Dallas, Union College; Stefano Ponte, Copenhagen Business School; Tim Sturgeon, MIT

P-16
Corporate Governance and Financialization (II): Social Control of Business
P: Accounting, Economics, and Law

Moderator: Simon Deakin, University of Cambridge

Participants:
Agency Theory: Explaining or Creating Problems? Good Governance and Ethical Behaviour for Sustainable Business
Guler Aras, Yildiz Technical University; Paul F Williams, North Carolina State University
Does Shareholder Protection Promote Stock Market Development?
Prabirjit Sarkar, Jadavpur University; Simon Deakin, Law Faculty, University of Cambridge
Prevention of Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism for Market Integrity and Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean
Stefanie Garry, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean; Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid, UNAM

TH07-10
Religious Reasoning, Instrumental Reasoning, and Labor
Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures


Participants:
Labor Rights and Fair Wage in Islam - Ideals and Realities
Aljawhara Ibrahim AlQuayid, Alfaisal University
Rise of Instrumental Reasoning and Decline of Embeddedness in Social Relations: Emergence of New Islamic Economic Moralities
Harun Sencal, Durham University Business School; Mehmet Asutay, Durham University Business School
Exploration of Islamic Moral Axioms in Employer-Employee Relationships in Saudi Arabia
Saud Alshathri, Alfaisal University; Necati Aydin, Alfaisal University

TH10-06
Materiality of Moral Knowledge
Morality and Materiality in Markets


Participants:
Conspiracies as Structure and Perception
Georg Rilinger, University of Chicago
Technologies of Householding: Morality and Materiality in Domestic Economic Life
Mateusz Halawa, Department of Anthropology, The New School for Social Research; Marta Olcon-Kubicka, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

TH13-08
Redistribution
Reducing Inequality: Yes We Can?

Moderator: Lane Kenworthy, University of California, San Diego

Participants:
Tax-Benefit Patterns: Impact on Inequality Reduction
Elvire Guillaud, University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (CES); Michael Zemmour, Sciences Po (LIEPP)
Incremental and innovative pathways towards more adequate minimum income protection
Ive Marx, University of Antwerp; Sarah Kuypers, University of Antwerp

12:30 PM-1:30 PM


FP-10
Featured Panel - The Moral Economy of Tech
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Maciej Ceglowski, Pinboard; Kieran Healy, Duke University; Stuart Russell, University of California, Berkeley
Moderator: AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley
Session Organizers: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley; AnnaLee Saxenian, University of California, Berkeley