Historical Social Research

43.3 - Economists, Politics, and Society

Special Issue: Economists, Politics, and Society. New Insights from Mapping Economic Practices Using Field-Analysis
  • Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg & Frédéric Lebaron: There Is No Such Thing as “the Economy”. Economic Phenomena Analysed from a Field-Theoretical Perspective. [Abstract]
  • Contributions
  • Alexander Lenger: Socialization in the Academic and Professional Field: Revealing the Homo Oeconomicus Academicus. [Abstract]
  • Emmanuel Monneau: Economics Degrees in the French University Space: Heteronomy and Professionalization of Curricula 1970-2009. [Abstract] [Online Appendix]
  • Arthur Jatteau: The Success of Randomized Controlled Trials: A Sociographical Study of the Rise of J-PAL to Scientific Excellence and Influence. [Abstract]
  • Jens Maesse: Globalization Strategies and the Economics Dispositif: Insights from Germany and the UK. [Abstract]
  • Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg: Struggling over Crisis. Discoursive Positionings and Academic Positions in the Field of German-Speaking Economists. [Abstract]
  • Thierry Rossier & Felix Bühlmann: The Internationalisation of Economics and Business Studies: Import of Excellence, Cosmopolitan Capital, or American Dominance? [Abstract]
  • Didier Georgakakis & Frédéric Lebaron: Yanis (Varoufakis), the Minotaur, and the Field of Eurocracy. [Abstract]
  • Stephanie L. Mudge & Antoine Vauchez: Too Embedded to Fail: The ECB and the Necessity of Calculating Europe. [Abstract]
  • Elisa Klüger: Mapping the Inflections in the Policies of the Brazilian National Economic and Social Development Bank during the 1990s and 2000s within Social Spaces and Networks. [Abstract]
  • Mariana Heredia: The International Division of Labor in Economists’ Field. Academic Subordination in Exchange for Political Prerogatives in Argentina. [Abstract]
  • Christian Schneickert: Globalizing Political and Economic Elites in National Fields of Power. [Abstract]