The unintended consequences in new economic sociology: Why still not taken seriously?

@article{Mica2017TheUC,
  title={The unintended consequences in new economic sociology: Why still not taken seriously?},
  author={Adriana Mica},
  journal={Social Science Information},
  year={2017},
  volume={56},
  pages={544 - 566}
}
  • Adriana Mica
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Social Science Information
The idea of unintended consequences of social action constitutes one of the core meta-assumptions of new economic sociology. Yet neither its US nor its European branch seem to make a direct statement about this. This state of affairs appears to be the result of various cumulative circumstances, such as the role played by the competition from other meta-assumptions which address similar or related issues and the rather general treatment of the unintended consequences within the field. This… Expand
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