Sources include the Journal of Economic Issues, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, European Journal of Political Economy, and American Journal of Sociology.
What does AJSL stand for?
AJSL stands for American Journal of Sociology (University of Chicago; Chicago, IL)
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- Australasian Jet Sports Boating Association
- Annual Joint Scientific Conference
- Assignment Judge of Superior Court (New Jersey)
- Associação de Jovens de Samora Correia (Portuguese: Youth Association of Samora Correia; Samora Correia, Portugal)
- Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
- Association of Jewish Sponsored Camps (est. 1962; various locations)
- Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering
- Australia-Japan Student Film Forum
- Alliance for Judaism and Social Justice
- All Japan Sport Kite Association
- Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics (Elsevier)
- Association for Japanese Social Literature
- Association Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg (French: Luxembourg Young Scientist Association)
- American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literature
- American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology
- American Journal of Sports Medicine
- Association of Jute Spinners and Manufacturers (est. 1918; UK)
- Almeers Jeugd Symfonie Orkest (Dutch: Almeerse Youth Symphony Orchestra; Almere, Netherlands)
- Association Jeunesse Sportive Ouistreham (French youth sports association)
- Association of Japanese Symphony Orchestras
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The study has been published in the American Journal Of Sociology.
Institutional Emergence in an Era of Globalization: The Rise of Transnational Private Regulation of Labor and Environmental Conditions," American Journal of Sociology, (113:2), 2007, pp.
A paper in the July American Journal of Sociology argues that this "dense, fully integrated, global trade network" was an unintended by-product of employee malfeasance.
See Edgar Kiser and Michael Hechter, "The Debate on Historical Sociology: Rational Choice Theory and Its Critics," The American Journal of Sociology, vol.
Raudenbush, "Systematic Social Observation of Public Spaces: A New Look at Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods," American Journal of Sociology 105, no.
Coleman, "Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital," American Journal of Sociology 94, (The University of Chicago Press.
Foster has already highlighted "Marx's Theory of Metabololic Rift: Classical Foundations for Environmental Sociology," in the American Journal of Sociology (Vol.