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Cfp_5th Interdisciplinary Market Studies Workshop, Copenhagen Business School, June 6 – 8, 2018

Call for Papers: Market Situations – Situated Markets. 5th Interdisciplinary Market Studies Workshop, Copenhagen Business School, June 6 – 8, 2018. Keynote speakers: Jens Beckert (Professor of Sociology and Director at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne) & Eve Chiapello (Professor of Sociology at the Centre d’Étude des Mouvements Sociaux at EHESS Paris). We invite contributors to submit an extended abstract of 2-3 pages (incl. references) to markets2018.mpp@cbs.dk. Proposals should indicate topic, theoretical positioning, methodology and outline findings, if appropriate. The deadline for submissions is Monday, January 29, 2018. Inquiries about the workshop can be made to any of the workshop organisers. We will notify contributors about acceptance by early March, and full papers will be due early May.

The Theme

The 5th Interdisciplinary Market Studies Workshop will take place in Copenhagen, a city which derives its name from the harbour and the associated place of commerce that existed there from the 11th century. Købmannahavn translates as ‘chapman’s haven’ and ‘merchants’ harbour’ (portus mercatorum), and as such the city is a living example of how markets and cityscapes have always tended to co-create each other. Copenhagen’s history reveals another insight. Recent critics of the neoliberal city have argued that the privatization of public spaces and the redefinition of the built environment as the object of speculation have led to a privileging of the needs of wealthy investors, for whom shopping malls and luxury hotels matter more than affordable housing and places of recreation (Sassen, 2014). From that perspective, Copenhagen seems to have been a city of speculators, projectors and investors long before we started to speak of neoliberalism: a metropolis thriving on risk, expansion, and even appropriation, of geography and temporality. Continue reading

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New book: Markets and the Arts of Attachment

[Routledge acaba de publicar un nuevo libro – Markets and the Arts of Attachment, editado por Franck Cochoy, Joe Deville, Liz McFall – de posible interés para los lectores de este blog]

Markets and the Arts of Attachment (Hardback) book coverMarkets and the Arts of Attachment, edited by Franck Cochoy, Joe Deville, Liz McFall

Table of Contents

Introduction: Markets and the Arts of Attachment, (Liz McFall, Franck Cochoy, Joe Deville)

  1. From Social Ties to Socio-Economic Attachments: A Matter of Selection and Collection, (Franck Cochoy)
  2. Manufacturing the Consumer’s Truth: The Uses of Consumer Research in Advertising Inquiry, (Tomas Ariztia)
  3. Marketing and the Domestication of Social Media, (Kevin Mellet)
  4. Interfacing Attachments: The Multivalence of Brands, (Carolin Gerlitz)
  5. You are a Star Customer, Please Hold the Line…’: CRM and the Socio-Technical Inscriptions of Market Attachment, (Alexandre Mallard)
  6. The Market will Have you: The Arts of Market Attachment in a Digital Economy, (Liz McFall and Joe Deville)
  7. ‘My Story has no Strings Attached’: Credit Cards, Market Devices and a Stone Guest, (José Ossandón)
  8. From Market Relations to Romantic Ties: The Tests of Internet Dating, (Emmanuel Kessous)
  9. Acquiring Associations: On the Unexpected Social Consequences of Possessive Relations, (Hans Kjellberg)

Afterword: The Devices of Attachment, (Michel Callon)

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Table ronde “Connaissances dans le marché”

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La Société d’Anthropologie des Connaissances et le comité de rédaction de la Revue d’Anthropologie des Connaissances organisent une table ronde le vendredi 27 mars de 9h à 13h à l’occasion de la sortie du nouveau numéro de la revue, consacré aux «Connaissances dans le marché» et co-édité par Ronan Le Velly (SupAgro, UMR Innovation) et Frédéric Goulet (CIRAD, UMR Innovation). Cette table ronde rassemble les éditeurs et les auteurs des articles du dossier : Vincent Cardon (Univ. Amiens, CURAPP-ESS), Liliana Doganova (Mines ParisTech, CSI), Alexandre Mallard (Mines ParisTech, CSI), Gérard Marty (LEF), Tommaso Pardi (ENS Cachan, IDHE) et Jean-Marie Pillon (CEE). La discussion sera initiée par Philippe Steiner (Univ. Paris Sorbonne, GEMASS) et Etienne Nouguez (CNRS, CSO), et animée par Ashveen Peerbaye (UPEM, LISIS).

La table ronde aura lieu à la Sorbonne, salle F 673, au bout de la Galerie Gerson, Esc. G2, 1er Etage.. Le dossier est disponible sur le portail CAIRN : http://www.cairn.info/revue-anthropologie-des-connaissances-2015-1.htm Le visionnage de cette table ronde sera disponible en ligne sur le site (http://ifris.org).

Primer número revista Valuation Studies

Nueva publicación, de libre acceso, y de interés para los lectores de este blog. Tal como explican en su web:

“We are very proud to release the first issue of Valuation Studies, a new open access journal connecting several vibrant research fields working on the study of valuation as a social practice. The first issue contains five items: Continue reading