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Research in the Sociology of Work is accepting manuscripts for Volume 19,
focusing on the "Economic Sociology of Work" (expected publication date
March 2009).

We invite manuscripts that address issues of work broadly defined, such as
paid and non-paid activities in business and non-profit organizations, in
formal and informal economies, entrepreneurship, labor markets, income
inequality, social organization of work in cross-national and global
contexts. In particular, we welcome articles from sociologists,
organizational scholars and economists that analyze these substantive
topics by employing conceptual tools of economic sociology and highlight
the network, institutional, political and cultural embeddedness of
economic activity. The deadline for submission of manuscripts is May 1,

Submit manuscripts/inquiries to Nina Bandelj (Editor, Volume 19),
University of California, Irvine, Department of Sociology, 3151 Social
Science Plaza, Irvine, CA 92697. Electronic submissions to
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For more information on Research in Sociology of Work (Lisa Keister,
Series Editor) see:

Nina Bandelj
Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology
University of California, Irvine
tel. (949) 824 8872
fax. (949) 824 4717
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