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Essays in economic sociology

Author: Weber, Max Publisher: Princeton University Press, 1999.Language: EnglishDescription: 314 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0691009066Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Essays in Economic Sociology Contents NOTE ON THE TEXTS OF THE READINGS INTRODUCTION, by Richard Swedberg PART I: MODERN CAPITALISM ONE Modern Capitalism: Key Characteristics and Key Institutions TWO The Spirit of Capitalism THREE The Market FOUR The Beginnings of the Firm FIVE Class, Status, and Party PART II: CAPITALISM, LAW, AND POLITICS SIX The Three Types of Legitimate Domination SEVEN The Bureaucratization of Politics and the Economy EIGHT The Rational State and Its Legal System NINE The National State and Economic Policy (Freiburg Address) TEN The Social Causes of the Decay of Ancient Civilization vii 3 41 43 52 75 80 83 97 99 109 116 120 138 PART III: CAPITALISM, CULTURE, AND RELIGION ELEVEN The Evolution of the Capitalist Spirit TWELVE The Protestant Sects and the Spirit of Capitalism THIRTEEN Kinship and Capitalism in China FOURTEEN The Caste System in India FIFTEEN Charity in Ancient Palestine PART IV THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY SIXTEEN Sociological Categories of Economic Action SEVENTEEN The Area of Economics, Economic Theory, and the Ideal Type EIGHTEEN Marginal Utility Analysis and "The Fundamental Law of Psychophysics" GLOSSARY Key Concepts in Weber's Economic Sociology A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE,TO WEBER'S ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY INDEX 155 157 168 179 185 189 197 199 242 249 261 287 303

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