Fictional expectations and future generations

Jens Beckert and Benjamin Lemoine - Tuesday October 23 2012
  • Séminaire FuturepolSéminaire Futurepol

Futures in economic sociology.

Tuesday, October 23 2012

From 14:30 to 17:30


  • Jens BECKERT (MPIfG and IAE Paris)
  • Benjamin LEMOINE (Sciences Po/CSO and IFRIS)

The general discussion will be introduced by Patrick Le Galès (Sciences Po/Cee, CNRS)

Place: Sciences Po, Centre d'histoire - 56, rue Jacob - 75006 Paris

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Association Française de Science Politique (AFSP)

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Science and Democracy Network (SDN)

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European Social Science History Comitee (ESSHC)

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