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Authors: Zafirovski, Milan (University of North Texas) 
Book Description:
The book contributes to the expanding field of economic sociology, especially the sociology of markets. It adopts an interdisciplinary framework for analyzing markets. Its novelty consists in the application of the theoretical concept of the “duality of structure” to the analysis of markets. The main premise is the social-economic duality of market structures. Market structures are conceived as both economic and social categories, which distinguishes this work from most of the current literature in economics and sociology. The book is divided into two parts, of which each deals with the economic and social facets of market structures, respectively, and is subdivided into four chapters, added to an introductory chapter.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Introductory: The Duality of Market Structures.

Part I. The Economic Facet of Market Structures.

Chapter 2. Market Structures as Economic Phenomena.

Chapter 3. The Economic Aspect of Perfect Competition.

Chapter 4. Economic Features of Monopoly and Pseudo-Monopolies.

Chapter 5. Economic Attributes of Imperfect and Monopolistic Competition.

Part II. The Social Facet of Market Structures.

Chapter 6. Introduction to Economic Sociology.

Chapter 7. Market Structures in Relation to Social Structure.

Chapter 8. The Social Facet of Market Competition.

Chapter 9. The Social Side of Market Monopoly and Monopoloids.




   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2002
   ISBN: 978-1-59033-354-9
   Status: AV
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