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This paper was written with the support of the Russell Sage Foundation as part of the Foundation's program in behavioral economics. It was prepared for the first annual seminar of the Center for Economy and Society, University of California, Santa Barbara, May 19-21, 1988. I thank Bernard Barber for his invaluable suggestions and insights into economic sociology. Charles Tilly helped me rethink and redefine my argument.
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Zelizer, V.A. Beyond the polemics on the market: Establishing a theoretical and empirical agenda. Sociol Forum 3, 614–634 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01115419
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