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  1. Convergent Origins, Divergent Destinations: Sociology's Contributions and Connections to Economics in a Historical and Interdisciplinary Framework.Milan Zafirovski - 2007 - Social Science Information 46 (2):305-354.
    English This article explores selected significant instances of sociology's contributions and connections to economics. These contributions are framed and analyzed within a historical and interdisciplinary setting of the originally common or convergent roots and early co-developments, and yet the subsequently divergent trajectories and destinations of sociology and economics. These contributions are divided into two general categories: theoretical-substantive and methodological-epistemological. Sociological analyses of market phenomena, societal development and institutions are adduced as examples of sociology's theoretical contribution to economics. Ideal-types, Verstehen, and (...)
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