CSI in a few words

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.



September 2016

Research meeting with researchers from the Department of Business Administration, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Research meeting around the research conducted at the CSI and at the Department of Business Administration of the University of Gothenburg, organized in Paris by Ola Bergström, Alexandre Mallard et Fabian Muniesa. 


October 2016

LaPIn Project Workshop “Labelling and the politics of markets”

The LaPIn Project Workshop “Labelling and the politics of markets” is convened at the Ecole des Mines de Paris by Alexandre Mallard, Véronique Beillan, Eva Boxenbaum, Brice Laurent and Aurélie Tricoire.

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October 2016

Talk by Fabian Muniesa at Columbia University, Department of Sociology

A talk on "Performativity and the Order of Business Schools" sponsored by the Center on Organizational Innovation, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University.
Center on Organizational Innovation : http://www.columbia-coi.com/


November 2016

Job announcement: QUAD post-doc

The CSI opens a post-doc position within the framework of QUAD (Quantification, Administrative Capacity and Democracy).
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