Roth, S. (2015), Free economy! On 3628800 alternatives of and to capitalism, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, Vol 27 No. 2, 107-128 [ABS, AERES]. Article available for download here. Abstract: Even the sharpest problem focus cannot help but sharpen the problem. Thus, the key to our understanding of alternatives to capitalism and alternative forms of capitalism is not […]Read more "Release | Capitalism is boring. Here are 3628800 alternatives"
Roth, S. (2014), The multifunctional organization: Two cases for a critical update for research programs in management and organization, Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, Vol. 12 No. 3, pp. 37-54. Abstract: Organization and functional differentiation are considered key principles of modern societies. Yet, within organizational studies little research has been conducted on the interplay of function systems, organizations, and society. […]Read more "Release | The Multifunctional Organization"
Roth, S. (2014), Fashionable functions. A Google ngram view of trends in functional differentiation (1800-2000), International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, Vol. 10 No. 2, 34-58 [FNEGE*, CNRS*]. Abstract: Computer communication is revolutionizing modern society to the same extend as the invention of writing or the printing press have unsettled the archaic or the ancient society, […]Read more "Surprise | There is no such thing as “economized” societies"
Roth, S. (2014), Coining societies: an inter-functional comparative analysis of the Euro, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, Vol. 27 No. 2, 99-118. The present analysis of the Euro looks for the marks that function systems make on what we commonly take for the European money. Clearly distinguishing between coins and currency, the […]Read more "Release | An inter-functional comparative analysis of the Euro"
Roth, S. (2012), Leaving Commonplaces on the Common Place. Cornerstones of a Polyphonic Market Theory, Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, Vol. 10 No. 3, pp. 43-52. Abstract Markets are considered economic phenomena, which is said to be true even if markets are considered social structures, cultural fields, or simply politics, at the same time. Against this […]Read more "Release | Leaving Commonplaces on the Common Place"
I am happy to announce the release of the monograph ‘Markt ist nicht gleich Wirtschaft. These zur Begründung einer allgemeinen Marktsoziologie‘, published by the Carl Auer Verlag, Heidelberg.Read more "Book release | Markt ist nicht gleich Wirtschaft. These zur Begründung einer allgemeinen Marktsoziologie"
The volume ‘Organisation multimedial. Zum polyphonen Programm der nächsten Organisation‘, co-edited with Lukas Scheiber and Ralf Wetzel, and published by the Carl Auer Verlag, Heidelberg, is available now.Read more "Book release | Organisation multimedial. Zum polyphonen Programm der nächsten Organisation"