Social Embeddedness, Social Capital and the Market Process

September 15, 2008

Two of the most influential concepts in social science over the past two decades have been 'social embeddedness' and 'social capital'. The essays in this symposium examine these concepts from the perspective provided by Austrian economics, considering their compatibility with the Austrian theory of the market process and whether reformulating them in the light of Austrian ideas can contribute fresh insights.

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Citation (Chicago Style): Chamlee-Wright, Emily and Paul Lewis. "Social Embeddedness, Social Capital and the Market Process: An Introduction to the Special Issue on Austrian Economics, Economic Sociology and Social Capital." Review of Austrian Economics 21, nos. 2-3 (2008): 107-118.