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July 28, 2005


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John T. Maloney

Hi --

Economics are a social science. Hence, 'economic sociology' seems a bit odd. Hopefully it’s not pure semantics, but it has always been a bit disturbing that folks separate economics and sociology. We are facing a profound reconfiguration of work and wealth production that is fundamentally social. The social reorientation of work is understood by few, essential to all.



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