Emmanuel Lazéga

Emmanuel Lazega is Professor of Sociology at the University of Paris-Dauphine, a member of the Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Sciences Sociales (IRISSO-CNRS) and a member of the Programmatic Steering Board of the Hague Institute for Internationalization of Law. His current research focuses on social, intra- and inter-organizational networks in the economy, with a substantive focus on the social control of business and a methodological focus on the multi-level and dynamic nature of these networks. Publications include Conventions and Structures in Economic Organization: Markets, Networks, and Hierarchies, (Edward Elgar, 2002, edited with Olivier Favereau), The Collegial Phenomenon: The Social Mechanisms of Cooperation Among Peers in a Corporate Law Partnership (Oxford University Press, 2001), Micropolitics of Knowledge: Communication and Indirect Control in Workgroups (Aldine-de Gruyter, 1992).

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Recent Publications

Lazega, E. (2019, forthcoming), Bureaucracy, Collegiality and Social Change: Redefining Organization with Multilevel Networks, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishers

Brailly, Julien, Catherine Comet, Sébastien Delarre, Fabien Eloire, Guillaume Favre, Emmanuel Lazega, Lise Mounier, Jaime Montes-Lihn, Mohamed Oubenal, Elise Penalva-Icher, Alvaro Pina-Stranger, Marta Pedro-Varanda (2018), “Neo-structural economic sociology beyond embeddedness: Relational infrastructures and social processes in markets and market institutions”, economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter, Volume 19, Number 3, July 2018, http://econsoc.mpifg.de/archive/econsoc-Newsletter_19-3.pdf

Lazega, E. (2018), “Networks and institutionalization: A neo-structural approach”, Connections, 37:7-22

Lazega, E. (2018), “Participation, top-down collegiality and intermediaries”, in P. Donati (Ed), Towards a Participatory Society: New Roads to Social and Cultural Integration, Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences Acta 21, Vatican City: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, Pp.482-498

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