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The Center for the Sociology of Innovation (CSI) is a research center of Mines ParisTech and CNRS (UMR 9217). The CSI is well known for developing Actor-Network Theory (ANT) which renewed Science and Technology studies. Today its research focuses on the development and the role of science and technology in society.

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December 2016

Guillaume Yon, PhD Dissertation Defense “Théorie économique, réalité industrielle et intérêt général : la recherche de l’optimum à Électricité de France (1946-1965) »

Mines ParisTech, 14h (room L108). Jury : Michel CALLON (Mines ParisTech), rapporteur, Annie COT (Paris I), rapporteur, Lorraine DASTON  (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science), examinateur, Thomas REVERDY (Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble), rapporteur, François VATIN (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), examinateur, Alexandre MALLARD (Mines ParisTech), thesis supervisor.

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13-14

January 2017

From Prices to Prizes and Vice Versa

Second Workshop of the  "Performances of Value" network in Bologna.

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26-28

January 2017

IPSP Meeting

Lead Authors of the International Panel on Social Progress meeting in Lisbon (with the participation of Fabian Muniesa).

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March 2017

Doctoral Workshop EOS (ED 396)

Workshop of the doctoral school "Economy, Organizations and Society".

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