作者 Granovetter, Mark S
書名 Society and economy : framework and principles / Mark Granovetter
出版項 Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, c2017
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 陽明大學書庫區  HM548 G759 2017    30020100807033  在架上
稽核項 viii, 243 p. ; 25 cm
內容 Introduction: problems of explanation in economic sociology -- The impact of mental constructs on economic action: norms, values, and moral economy -- Trust in the economy -- Power in the economy -- The economy and social institutions -- The interplay between individual action and social institutions
附註 In Society and Economy, Mark Granovetter sees the economy as one of many activities in "society" - a term that refers to everything people do with one another and how this adds up to a recognizable whole. Some economic action can be well understood as people rationally using means towards well-defined ends, but much of it is harder to fit into such a simple framework. Actors follow norms that specify the "right" thing to do, at times with passionate belief, and at others, without conscious thought. They trust others when there is no obvious reason to do so. And they wield power over one another that comes from non-economic sources but has major impact on economic outcomes. The book explores how problem-solving actors assemble solutions from this kaleidoscope of principles, in ways that psychologists and philosophers describe as "pragmatic," drawing on arguments ranging from individual psychology to social networks to long-term historical and political analysis.-- Provided by publisher
主題 Economics -- Sociological aspects
Social institutions -- Economic aspects
國際標準書號 9780674975217 (hbk.) : US$39.95