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丛书名:新社会学文丛
[美]马克·格兰诺维特(Mark Granovetter) 罗家德   社会科学文献出版社  2015-10 出版
ISBN:978-7-5097-4228-0

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本书共收录格兰诺维特六篇代表性论文,向国内读者介绍社会关系网络与经济行动间的关系,也就是新经济社会学和关系管理学的一些主要理论概念。格兰诺维特倡导的新经济社会学在20世纪80年代后成为社会学界的显学,该学派试图将社会结构以及人的非理性因素如信任、情感等带入经济分析之中,开启了社会分析与以自利动机、理性选择为前提的经济分析之间的对话。
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  • 作者格兰诺维特致中文读者序
  • 译者序
  • 经济行动与社会结构:镶嵌问题
    1. 简介 镶嵌问题
    2. 社会学与经济学内的过度社会化与低度社会化
    3. 经济生活中的镶嵌、信任与欺诈
    4. “市场抑或科层”的问题
    5. 讨论
  • 门槛模型与集体行为
    1. 模型描述与背景说明
    2. 集体行为的门槛模型
    3. 简单门槛模型的均衡结果
    4. 均衡的稳定性
    5. 一些理论与实证的考虑
    6. 总结
  • 弱连带的优势
    1. 连带的强度
    2. 在传播过程中的弱连带
    3. 自我中心网络中的弱连带
    4. 弱连带和社区组织
    5. 微观和宏观的网络模型
    6. 结论
  • 社会学与经济学的劳动力市场分析
    1. 引言:社会学与经济学的劳动力市场分析
    2. 改变中的经济学对劳动力流动之评价
    3. 劳动力市场中的“个人倾向”模型
    4. 隐性契约、有效工资和受雇者行为
    5. 内部劳动力市场及升迁
    6. 内部劳动力市场、公司间流动与劳力安排的最适性
    7. 结论
  • 再访科斯:现代经济中的企业集团
    1. 科斯的第二类接触
    2. 企业集团的操作性定义
    3. 企业集团为什么不受重视
    4. 现有理论的背景与批评
    5. 企业集团:在现实中的多种类型
    6. 讨论
  • 经济社会学的理论日程
    1. 动机、个人、背景和历史
    2. 社会空间中行动动机的混合性
    3. 制度与经济:合作、遵从与策略行动——作为互动与交叉的副产品
    4. 经济制度的社会建构
    5. 总结与讨论
  • 译后记
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