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Prof Mark Harvey

Emeritus Professor
Department of Sociology
Prof Mark Harvey

Publications

Chapters (14)

(2016). Political Orientations, State Regulation and Biofuels in the Context of the Food-Energy-Climate Change Trilemma. Global Bioethanol: Evolution, Risks, and Uncertainties. Global Bioethanol: Evolution, Risks, and Uncertainties. 63. 92. 9780128031568

(2010). Introduction: putting markets in their place. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. 9780719076701

(2010). Making biological knowledge public and private: the multi-modality of capitalism. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. 9780719076701

(2010). the organisation of exchange and ‘instituted economic process’: an analytical framework. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. 9780719076701

(2010). The ordering of change: Polanyi, Schumpeter and the nature of the market mechanism. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange. 9780719076701

(2007). The rise of supermarkets and asymmetries of economic power.. Supermarkets and agri-food supply chains: transformations in the production and consumption of foods. Supermarkets and agri-food supply chains: transformations in the production and consumption of foods. 51. 73. 9781781008546

(2007). Instituting economic processes in society. Karl Polanyi: New perspectives on the place of the economy in society. Karl Polanyi: New perspectives on the place of the economy in society. 9780719073328

(2007). Working with and beyond Polanyian perspectives. Karl Polanyi: New Perspectives on the Place of Economy in Society. Karl Polanyi: New Perspectives on the Place of Economy in Society. 1. 12. 9780719073328

(2006). Politicising consumer trust in food: A socio-institutional explanation to variations in trust. Ethics and the Politics of Food: Preprints of the 6th Congress of the European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics. Ethics and the Politics of Food: Preprints of the 6th Congress of the European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics. 162. 166. 9789086860081

(2004). Emergent bioinformatics and newly distributed innovation processes. The Economic Dynamics of Modern Biotechnologies: European and Global Trends. The Economic Dynamics of Modern Biotechnologies: European and Global Trends. 235. 261. 9781845420611

(2003). The United Kingdom: Privatization, fragmentation and inflexible flexibilization in the UK construction industry. Building Chaos: A International Comparison of Deregulation in the Construction Industr. Building Chaos: A International Comparison of Deregulation in the Construction Industr. 188. 209. 9780415260909

(2002). The short-term impacts of welfare reform in persistently poor rural areas. Rural dimensions of welfare reform. Rural dimensions of welfare reform. 375. 410. 9780880992404

(2002). Markets, supermarkets and the macro-social shaping of demand: an instituted economic process approach. Innovation By Demand: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Demand and its Role in Innovation. Innovation By Demand: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Demand and its Role in Innovation. 187. 208. 9780719062674

(2000). Systemic competition between high and low ‘social cost’ labour: a case study of the UK construction industry. The Dynamics of Wage Relations in the New Europe. The Dynamics of Wage Relations in the New Europe. 267. 278. 978-1-4613-7002-4

Journals (28)

(2016). For a New West: Essays, 1919-1958.. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY. 121 (4)

(2015). The evolution of false self-employment in the British construction industry: a neo-Polanyian account of labour market formation. Work, employment and society. 29 (6)

(2014). The Food-Energy-Climate Change Trilemma: Toward a Socio-Economic Analysis. Theory, Culture & Society. 31 (5)

(2014). Comparing comparing: exercises in stretching ? concepts. Anthropology of food (S10)

(2013). Capitalism: restless and unbounded? Some neo-Polanyian and Schumpeterian reflections. Economics of Innovation and New Technology. 22 (7)

(2013). Rudderless in a Sea of Yellow: The European Political Economy Impasse for Renewable Transport Energy. New Political Economy. 18 (3)

(2011). Karl Polanyi. The Limits of the Market. SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW. 59 (2)

(2011). The new competition for land: Food, energy, and climate change. Food Policy. 36 (S1)

(2010). Battles over Biofuels in Europe: NGOs and the Politics of Markets. Sociological Research Online. 15 (3)

(2010). Public or private economies of knowledge: The economics of diffusion and appropriation of bioinformatics tools. International Journal of the Commons. 4 (1)

(2010). Sustaining the Data and Bioresource Commons. Science. 330 (6004)

(2010). The ‘paradox of the shrinking middle’: The central dilemma of European social policy. Critical Social Policy. 30 (3)

(2006). Innovation and competition in UK supermarkets. Supply Chain Management. 5 (1)

(2006). Recuperating from BSE: The shifting UK institutional basis for trust in food. Appetite. 47 (2)

(2005). Brazilian genomics and bioinformatics: instituting new innovation pathways in a global context. Economy and Society. 34 (4)

(2004). The ordering of change: Polanyi, Schumpeter and the nature of the market mechanism. Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines. 14 (2)

(2004). Public-private collaborations and the race to sequence Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Nature Biotechnology. 22 (7)

(2003). Analysing distributed processes of provision and innovation. Industrial and Corporate Change. 12 (6)

(2003). Polanyian Perspectives on Instituted Economic Processes, Development and Transformation: Introduction. International Review of Sociology. 13 (2)

(2003). Transformations in food consumption and production systems. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning. 5 (2)

(2002). Local Labor Markets and Caseload Decline in Louisiana in the 1990s*. Rural sociology. 67 (4)

(2002). Genomics and social science: issues and priorities. foresight. 4 (4)

(2002). The Formation of Bioinformatic Knowledge Markets: an 'economies of knowledge' approach. Revue D'Economie Industrielle. 101 (1)

(2002). Markets, the Organisation of Exchanges and �Instituted economic process�-An Analytical Perspective. Revue d'�conomie industrielle. 101 (1)

(2000). Innovation and competition in UK supermarkets. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. 5 (1)

(1999). Cultivation and Comprehension: How genetic modification irreversibly alters the human engagement with nature. Sociological Research Online. 4 (3)

(1999). How the object of knowledge constrains knowledge of the object. An epistemological analysis of a social research investigation. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 23 (4)

(1996). Paul T investigates. New Left Review. 217

Reports (4)

(2013). Marx's Economy and Beyond

(2012). Drinking-Water and drinking water: Trajectories of Provision and Consumption in the UK, Taiwan and Delhi

(2010). Political Shaping Of Transitions To Biofuels In Europe, Brazil And The USA

(2009). Instituted or Embedded? Legal, Fiscal and Economic Institutionalisation of Markets

(2004).Qualities of Food. Manchester University Press. 9780719068546

(2004).Wage and welfare. New perspectives on Employment and Social Rights in Europe. Peter Lang. 9052012148

(2002).Exploring the Tomato: Transformations of Nature, Society and Economy. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd

Grants and funding

2013

The Food-Energy-Climate Change Trilemma: Developing a Neo-Polanyian Analysis

Economic & Social Research Council

2012

Comparison of different methods of small areas estimation:

Office Of National Statistics

Social Change and Systems of Drinking Water Provision in Taiwan

The British Academy

2010

Sustainable Practices Research Group

Economic & Social Research Council

2008

Bernand Brunhes Int. - Mark Harvey Consultancy

General

Contact

mharvey@essex.ac.uk

Location:

5B.150, Colchester Campus