Recent Publications

H. Gowayed, A. Mears and N. Occhiuto. 2022 “Pause, Pivot, and Shift: Responses to Sudden Job Loss.” American Behavioral Scientist.

• L.D. Cameron, C.K. Chan, M Anteby. 2022. “Heroes from above but not (always) from within? Gig workers’ reactions to the sudden public moralization of their work” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

• F. Godart and A. Mears. 2022. “Transitory Ties: A Network Ecology Perspective on Workers’ Opportunities in the Creative Economy.” Social Networks.

A. Guseva. 20221. “The Expedient Lightness of Credit and the Surprising Truth about the American Developmental State” Contemporary Sociology 50(5), 378-381.

M. Anteby and A. Holm. 2021 “Translating Expertise across Work Contexts: U.S. Puppeteers Move from Stage to Screen” American Sociological Review, 86 (2): 310-340.

Bayurgil, L. 2021. “Fired and Evicted: Istanbul Doorkeepers’ Strategies of Navigating Double Precarity” Social Problems.

• N. Bourmault and M. Anteby. 2020. “Unpacking the Managerial Blues: How Expectations Formed in the Past Carry into New Jobs” Organization Science, 31(6): 1452-1474.

• DeCelles, K. and Anteby, M. 2020. “Compassion in the Clink: When and How Human Services Workers Overcome Barriers to Care” Organization Science., 31(6): 1408-1431.

Anteby, M. and N. Occhiuto. 2020. “Stand-In Labor and the Rising Economy of Self” Social Forces, 98(3): 1287- 1310.

Guseva, A. 2020. “Scandals, Morality Wars, and the Field of Reproductive Surrogacy in Ukraine” economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter 21(3).

Guseva, A. and D. Ibragimova. 2020. “Autonomy as empowerment, or how gendered power manifests itself in contemporary Russian families.” Gender, Power, Eastern Europe: Changing Concepts of Femininities and Masculinities and Power Relations, ed. by Katharina Bluhm, Gertrud Pickhan, Justyna Stypinska and Agnieszka Wierzcholska. Springer.•

Mears, A. 2020. Very Important People: Beauty and Status in the Global Party Circuit. Princeton University Press.

• Mears, A. 2019 “Des Fêtes très Exclusives. Les Promoteurs de Soirées VIP, des Intermédiaires aux Ambitions Contraries.” (“An Exclusive Night Scene: Promoters of VIP Evenings, Intermediaries with Thwarted Ambitions.”) Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales 230(5):56-75.

Mobasseri, Sanaz. 2019. “Race, Place, and Crime: How Violent Crime Events Affect Employment Discrimination.” American Journal of Sociology 125(1): 63-104.

Guseva, A. and A. Rona-Tas. 2019. “Consumer Credit Surveillance.” Oxford Handbook of Consumption, ed. by Frederick Wherry. London, UK: Oxford University Press.

• Cousin,B., S. Khan, and A. Mears. 2018. “Theoretical and methodological pathways for research on elites.” Socio-Economic Review 16(2): 225-249.

• Rona-Tas, A. and A. Guseva. 2018. “Consumer Credit in Comparative Perspective.” Annual Review of Sociology 44: 55-75.

• Anteby, M. and C. Chan. 2018. “A Self-Fulfilling Cycle of Coercive Surveillance: Workers’ Invisibility Practices and Managerial Justification” Organization Science, 29(2): 247-263.

Mijs, Jonathan J.B. 2018. “Inequality is a problem of inference: How people solve the social puzzle of unequal outcomes.” Societies 8(3): 64

• Guseva, A. and A. Rona-Tas. 2017. “Money Talks, Plastic Money Tattles. The New Sociability of Money.” Money Talks: Explaining How Money Really Works, ed. by Nina Bandelj, Fred Wherry and Viviana Zelizer. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

• Ibragimova, D. and A. Guseva. 2017. “Who Is in Charge of Family Finances in the Russian Two-earner Households.” Journal of Family Issues, 38(17): 2425-2448.

•Darr, A. and M. Ashley. 2017.“Local Knowledge, Global Networks: Scouting for Fashion Models and Football Players.” Poetics 62: 1-14.