After Markets

The workshop brought together scholars from science and technology studies and economic and political sociology, to discuss ways ahead in the study of heterogeneous arrangements. Social researchers and theorists have long been committed to the idea that economic relations are always already entangled with social, technical and political ones, but the workshop asked, how should we fill this commitment in the current context, in which the category of the market is increasingly open to questioning?

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