After Markets: Researching Hybrid Arrangements
Friday, April 23th, 2010
Oxford Said Business School
Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS)
This workshop will feature talks by scholars working in the social studies of science and technology and political and economic sociology.
The principal aim of the workshop is to foster an exchange between different approaches developed in these fields to the study of heterogeneous arrangements — arrangements in which economic, social, governmental, technical and material and so on relations are entangled — in the current context in which the ‘free market’ figures as a less secure and more openly contested category.
Speakers and commentators include the following: Jacqueline Best, William Davies, Emmanuel Didier, Javier Lezaun, Noortje Marres & Linsey McGoey, Fabian Muniesa, Marsha Rosengarten, Bron Szerszynski & Larry Reynolds, Marc Ventresca, Scott Vrecko, Steve Woolgar.
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The workshop is open to all, but spaces are limited. In order to register, please send an email to Esther Vicente at email@example.com