#luhmannomics 0.1: Futures of social science above and beyond Economy and Society

The beta version of #luhmannomics is installed on the 16th International Social Theory Consortium (ISTC) Annual Conference in Innsbruck, May 24-26, 2017. We are calling for submission of abstracts at: #luhmannomics 0.1: Futures of social science above and beyond Economy and Society *** Photo credit: Markus Heidingsfelder.

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In press | Interfunctional business models. Map for the next venture discoveries

Abstract: This article makes a case for the significance that borders have for new venture discovery. We draw on social systems theory and theories of social differentiation to understand how social borders are drawn and use this knowledge to make and unfold a comprehensive market map that is useful for both the tracking of past and […]

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CFP | Next Management Theory Track @EURAM 2017 in Glasgow

Call for Papers to the T 14_01 Next Management Theory track at the EURAM Annual Conference in Glasgow, June 21-24, 2017 Next Management Theory track invites contributions to the fields of management and organization theory. We welcome papers that address the general significance of theorizing or reappraise classical key concepts and their adequacy to the post-millenium context. We […]

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Release | An Updated Google Ngram View of Trends in Functional Differentiation (1800-2000)

Abstract: Using the updated Google Book corpus dataset generated in July 2012, we analyze the largest available corpus of digitalized books to review social macro trends such as the secularization, politicization, economization, and mediatization of society. These familiar trend statements are tested through a comparative analysis of word frequency time-series plots for the English, French, […]

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