February 19, 5 pm, Peter J. Fugiel presents: On-Call and On-Demand Work in the United States: Adversarial Regulation in a Context of Unilateral Control

Please join us for a joint session of the Money, Markets and Governance and Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory workshops, Next Tuesday February 19th, at 5:00 – 6:30 PM in SSRB 401.

Peter J. Fugiel


PhD Candidate, Sociology, University of Chicago

On-Call and On-Demand Work in the United States: Adversarial Regulation in a Context of Unilateral Control

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February 5, 5 pm, Yaniv Ron-El presents: Adjudicating Transition: The Role of Judicial Systems in Economic Transitions – The Case of the Israeli Bankers’ Trial

Please join us for a joint session of the Money, Markets and Governance and Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory workshops, Next Tuesday February 5, at 5:00 – 6:30 PM in SSRB 401.

Yaniv Ron-El


PhD Student, Sociology, University of Chicago

Adjudicating Transition: The Role of Judicial Systems in Economic Transitions – The Case of the Israeli Bankers’ Trial

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January 22, 5 pm, Isabelle Ferreras presents: Firms as Political Entities: A Conceptual Perspective, Research and Policy Implications

Please join us for a joint session of the Money, Markets and Governance and Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory workshops, Next Tuesday January 22nd, at 5:00 – 6:30 PM in SSRB 401.

Isabelle Ferreras


Professor, Sociology, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Firms as Political Entities: A Conceptual Perspective, Research and Policy Implications

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January 8, 5 pm, Adam Peri presents: Algorithmic Trust: Aversion vs. Acceptance in Programmatic Advertising

Please join us for a session of the Money, Markets and Governance workshop, Next Tuesday January 8th, at 5:00 – 6:30 PM in SSRB 401.

Adam Peri


Master Alumnus, Sociology, University of Chicago

Algorithmic Trust: Aversion vs. Acceptance in Programmatic Advertising

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November 27, 3 pm, Simon Yamawaki Shachter presents: Building A Theory of Institutional Learning: An Analysis of Philanthropic Foundations

Please join us for a joint session of the Money, Markets and Governance and Politics, History, and Society workshops, Next Tuesday November 13th, at 3:00 – 4:30 PM in Harper 3B.

Simon Yamawaki Shachter


PhD Student, Sociology, University of Chicago

Building a Theory of Institutional Learning: An Analysis of Philanthropic Foundtions

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November 13, 3 pm, Randall Collins presents: Emotional Energy, Emotional Domination, and Charismatic Solidarity: Three Micro-interactional Pathways to Social Hierarchy

Please join us for a joint session of the Money, Markets and Governance and Politics, History, and Society workshops, Next Tuesday November 13th, at 3:00 – 4:30 PM in Harper 3B.

Randall Collins


Dorothy Swaine Thomas Professor of Sociology, Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

Emotional Energy, Emotional Domination, and Charismatic Solidarity: Three Micro-interactional Pathways to Social Hierarchy

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October 30, 5 pm, Georg Rilinger presents: Resolving Regulatory Blindspots in California’s Electricity Markets: Deep Blindspots, Conceptual Metaphors and the Power of Unstructured Data

Please join us for a joint session of the Money, Markets and Governance and Politics, History, and Society workshops, Next Tuesday October 30th, at 5:00 – 6:30 PM in SSRB 106. Please note the different date and time.

Georg Rilinger


PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago

Resolving Regulatory Blindspots in California’s Electricity Markets: Deep Blindspots, Conceptual Metaphors and the Power of Unstructured Data

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October 23, 3 pm, Professor Cesar Hidalgo presents: The Principles of Knowledge

Please join us for our next meeting of the Money, Markets and Governance workshop, Next Tuesday October 23rd, at 3:00 – 4:30 PM in Harper Center Room 3B in the Booth School of Business.

Cesar Hidalgo


Associate Professor, Media Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Principles of Knowledge

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