Centre Maurice Halbwachs

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Conventions and Quantification –Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Statistics and Classifications

Revue :

Historical Social Research, Vol. 412
Rainer Diaz-Bone & Emmanuel Didier
The Sociology of Quantification – Perspectives on an Emerging Field in the Social Sciences.
Emmanuel Didier
Alain Desrosières and the Parisian Flock. Social Studies of Quantification in France since the 1970s.
Rainer Diaz-Bone
Convention Theory, Classification and Quantification.
Thomas Amossé
The Centre d’Etudes de l’Emploi (1970-2015) : Statistics – On the Cusp of
Social Sciences and the State.
Laurent Thévenot
From Social Coding to Economics of Convention : A Thirty-Year Perspective
on the Analysis of Qualification and Quantification Investments.
Robert Salais
Quantification and Objectivity. From Statistical Conventions to Social Conventions.
Etienne Penissat, Cécile Brousse, Jérôme Deauvieau, Julien Chevillard,
Emmanuelle Barozet & Oscar Mac-Clure
From Statistical Categorizations to Ordinary Categorizations of Social Space :
History and Legacy of an Original Study Based on a Card Game.
Eve Chiapello & Christian Walter
The Three Ages of Financial Quantification : A Conventionalist Approach to
the Financiers’ Metrology.
Corine Eyraud
Quantification Devices and Political or Social Philosophy. Thoughts Inspired
by the French State Accounting Reform.
Fabian Muniesa
Setting the Habit of Capitalization : The Pedagogy of Earning Power at the
Harvard Business School, 1920-1940.
Daniel Speich Chassé
The Roots of the Millennium Development Goals : A Framework for
Studying the History of Global Statistics.
Lars Behrisch
Statistics and Politics in the 18th Century.
Martin Lengwiler
Risky Calculations : Financial Mathematics and Securitization since the 1970s.
Wendy Espeland
Reverse Engineering and Emotional Attachments as Mechanisms Mediating
the Effects of Quantification.
Mixed Issue
Wolfgang Aschauer
Societal Malaise and Ethnocentrism in the European Union : Monitoring
Societal Change by Focusing on EU Citizens’ Perceptions of Crisis.