Program of the 1st International Workshop on Economic and Organization Sociology

SEPTEMBER 26TH – ROOFTOP ISEG NEW QUELHAS BUILDING

09:45 – 10:00 | WELCOMING SESSION

Sofia Bento – Coordinator of the PhD Programme on Economic and Organizational Sociology, ISEG-ULisboa

João Peixoto – Head of SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

 

10:00 – 12:00 | Session I

Chair: Maria Gaspar – SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

WHEN AMATEURIZATION CREATES CONTESTATION ON MARKETS | Rafael Marques – SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

CRYPTOCURRENCIES ACROSS JURISDICTIONS: CREATIVE CONTESTATION THROUGH REGULATORY ARBITRAGE | Inês Faria, Sandra Faustino & Daniel Seabra Lopes – SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

IS THE CREATIVITY A POWER HOLDER? – THE NARRATIVE OF CREATIVITY IN THE PORTUGUESE CONTEXT OF PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION | Margarida Piteira – Lisbon Accounting and Business School, Lisbon Polytechnic Institute and SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-Ulisboa

THE TEMPORAL, SPATIAL AND CONCEPTUAL DOMAIN OF MARKETS – A STUDY OF FREEPORTS | Jessica Backsell – Stockholm School of Economics  

 

12:00 – 14:00  | Lunch

 

14:00 – 16:00 | Session II

Chair: João Peixoto

“LEAVING PARADISE TO FIGHT FOR A BETTER LIFE”: AN EXAMINATION OF LABOUR TRAFFICKING AMONG NEPALI AGRICULTURE WORKERS IN PORTUGAL | Cláudia Pereira – ISCTE-IUL

AGRICULTURAL MARKETS AND IMMIGRATION IN ALENTEJO | João Carvalho – CIES-IUL

THE SOLVENCY OF THE SUBJECT. SELF-OWNERSHIP AS A PRESUPPOSITION OF CAPITAL AND ITS HISTORY | Bruno Lamas – SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS A PROMOTOR OF SMALL LAND OWNERSHIP, WORK AND GOOD NUTRITION | Miguel Oujo  – ISEG-ULisboa

 

16:00 – 16:30 | Coffee-break

 

16:30 – 18:00 | Session III

Chair: Inês Faria

SELFISHNESS, GENEROSITY AND ENVY: AN ESSAY ON ATTITUDES OF ECONOMIC AGENTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES FOR SOCIAL INTERACTION | Nuno Valério – GHES/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

ECONOMICS AS PREACHING: RENDERING MARKETS UNCONTESTED? | João Carlos Graça & Rita Gomes Correia – SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

CONTESTING THE MARKET OR CONTESTING CAPITALISM? WHAT THE (NEW) ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY CAN LEARN FROM MOISHE POSTONE’S WORK | Nuno Miguel Cardoso Machado – CSG-SOCIUS/ISEG-ULisboa

 

SEPTEMBER 27TH – ROOFTOP ISEG NEW QUELHAS BUILDING

09:00 – 11:00 | Session IV

Chair: Daniel Seabra Lopes

WHAT MAKES WOMEN IN THE SEX MARKET A “TRAFFICKED COMMODITY”? ACTORS, DEFINITIONS OF THE PROBLEM AND POLICIES IN THE PORTUGUESE FIELD OF COUNTER-TRAFFICKING | Mara Clemente – CIES-IUL

TRAFFICKING FOR SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AND SEX WORK: CONCEPTUAL DELIMITATION AND THE SEX MARKET AS A MORAL AND POLITICAL QUESTION | Manuel Carlos Silva & Fernando Bessa Ribeiro – CICS.Nova-UMinho/CEAM-UnBrasília

CRIMINOGENIC MARKET FORCES: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE SOCIAL HARM PERSPECTIVE | Eunice Castro Seixas – SOCIUS/CSG, ISEG-ULisboa

 

11:00-11:30 | Coffee-break

 

11:30 – 13:00 | KEYNOTE SPEECH

Chair: Rafael Marques

CONTESTATION AND ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY | Phillipe Steiner – Sorbonne University, France

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