Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurship’

‘Social studies of entrepreneurship’ blog

16 May 2011

I have decided to launch a blog called New Combinations, to corral thoughts and information that comes my way regarding entrepreneurship, my main research area of interest. Inspired by the Socializing Finance blog, which has emerged as a home for the social studies of finance, the idea for New Combinations is to focus on the ‘social studies of entrepreneurship,’ by which I broadly mean sociological and anthropological studies of entrepreneurship, although I’m particularly interested in those efforts that either draw their inspiration from the ‘new’ new economic sociology of Michel Callon and colleagues or from some other incarnations of actor-network theory and science and technology studies.

So a warm welcome to readers, and if you share these research interests, please do get in touch at New Combinations.