Learning to Trust: From Relational Exchange to Generalized Trust in China (Victor Nee, Håkan J. Holm, Sonja Opper) Informs 2019

Strategic decisions: behavioral differences between CEOs and others. (Håkan J. Holm1, Victor Nee, Sonja Opper) Springer 2019

Middle-Range Theories of Institutional Change. (Victor Nee) Sociological Forum 2018

Learning to Trust: from Relational Exchange to Generalized Trust (Victor Nee, Hakan Holm and Sonja Opper) Organization Science 2018

Explaining Social and Institutional Change (Victor Nee) Sociological Forum 2018

Market Transition as Theory of the Middle Range. (Edited by Tamas Demeter. Brill. Richard Alba and Victor Nee). Forthcoming.

The Entrepreneur’s Network and Firm Performance (Victor Nee, Lisha Liu and Daniel DellaPosta) Sociological Science 4: 552-579 2017

Endogenous Dynamics of Institutional Change (Daniel DellaPosta, Victor Nee and Sonja Opper). Lead article in Rationality and Society and focus of comments by Robert Solow, Paul DiMaggio, Michael Macy, Randall Calvert, Martin Ruef, Arnout van de Rijt, and Christopher Cameron. 2017

Risk Aversion and Guanxi Activities: A Behavioral Analysis of CEOs in China (Sonja Opper, Victor Nee and Hakan Holm). Academy of Management Journal. 2017

Network Effects, Cooperation and Entrepreneurial Innovation in China. (Sonja Opper and Victor Nee). Asian Business & Management 14(4): 293-302. 2015

Homophily in the Career Mobility of China’s Political Elite (Sonja Opper, Victor Nee and Stephan Brehm). Social Science Research 54: 332-352. 2015

From Norms and Networks to Economic Institutions (Victor Nee and Sonja Opper). In Re-imagining Economic Sociology, Patrik Aspers and Nigel Dodd, Eds. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015

Assimilation Theory for an Era of Unprecedented Diversity (Richard Alba and Victor Nee), In Social Stratification in Sociological Perspective, David Grusky, Ed. Fourth edition: 721-728. 2014

Why Asian Americans are Becoming Mainstream (Victor Nee and Hilary Holbrow), Daedalus, Vol 142, No. 3: 65-75. 2013

Entrepreneurs under Uncertainty: An Economic Experiment (Hakan Holm, Sonja Opper and Victor Nee), Management Science: 1671-1687. 2013

A Theory of Assimilation (Victor Nee and Richard Alba), In Handbook of Rational Choice Social Research. Stanford: Stanford University Press: 355-380. 2013

Political Capital in a Market Economy (with Sonja Opper). Social Forces 88,5: 2105-3132. 2010

A Theory of Innovation: Institutions, Markets and the Firm (with Jeong-han Kang and Sonja Opper). Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 166: 397-425. 2010

A Theory of Innovation: Market Transition, Property Rights, and Innovative Activity. (Victor Nee, Jeong-han Kang and Sonja Opper) Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. KG 2010

Bringing Market Transition Theory to the Firm (with Sonja Opper). In Research in the Sociology of Work 19: 3-34. 2009

Bureaucracy and Financial Markets (with Sonja Opper). Kyklos 62: 293-315. 2009

On Politicized Capitalism (with Sonja Opper) in On Capitalism, edited by Victor Nee and Richard Swedberg. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2007.

Developmental State and Corporate Governance in China (with Sonja Opper and Sonia Wong). Management and Organization Review 3 (2007): 19-51.

Organizational Dynamics of Institutional Change: Politicized Capitalism in China. Pp. 53-74 In The Economic Sociology of Capitalism, edited by Victor Nee and Richard Swedberg. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005).

Market Transition and the Firm: Institutional Change and Income Inequality in Urban China. (with Yang Cao). In Market and Organizational Review, 2005. (This is an electronic version of an article published in Management and Organization Review. Complete citation information for the final version of the paper is available via the journal’s website.)

Remaking Inequality: Institutional Change and Income Stratification in Urban China. (Yang Cao and Victor Nee) Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 2005

The New Institutionalism in Economics and Sociology. In Handbook of Economic Sociology (2nd ed.), edited by Neil Smelser and Richard Swedberg. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004.

Post-Communist Inequality: The Problem of Continuity and Discontinuity (with Yang Cao). Research on Social Stratification and Mobility, 19 (2002): 3-39

Networks Beyond the Ethnic Labor Market (with Jimy Sanders and Scott Sernau). Social Forces. 81 (2002): 281-314

Asian Immigrants’ Reliance on Social Ties in a Multiethnic Labor Market. (Victor Nee, Jimy Sanders, Scott Sernau) Social Forces 2002

Postsocialist Inequalities: The Causes of Continuity and Discontinuity. (Victor Nee, Yang Cao) Elsevier Science Ltd. 2002

Trust in Ethnic Ties: Social Capital and Immigrants (with Jimy Sanders) Pp. 374-392 in Trust and Society, edited by Karen Cook (Russell Sage Foundation, 2001).

Understanding the Diversity of Immigrant Incorporation. (with Jimy Sanders). Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2001.

Gender Inequality and Nonfarm Employment in Rural China  (with Rebecca Matthews). Social Science Research 29 (2000): 606-632.

Controversies and Evidence in the Market Transition Debate (with Yang Cao). American Journal of Sociology 105,4 (2000):1175-89.

The Role of the State in Making a Market Economy.  Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 156, 2000. Pp. 64-88.

Path Dependent Societal Transformation: Stratification in Mixed Economies. (with Yang Cao). Theory and Society 28, 1999. Pp. 799-834.

The Emergence and Diffusion of Institutional Forms. (Victor Nee and David Strang) Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. KG 1998

Norms and Networks in Economic and Organizational Performance. American Economic Review 87.4, 1998. Pp. 85-9.

Embeddedness and Beyond: Institutions, Exchange and Social Structure. (with Paul Ingram). Pp. 19-45 in The New Institutionalism in Sociology, edited by M. Brinton and V. Nee (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1998).

Immigrant Self-Employment: The Family as Social Capital and the Value of Human Capital (with Jimy Sanders). American Sociological Review 60 (1996):231-250.

Market Transition and Societal Transformation in Reforming State Socialism. (with Rebecca Matthews). Annual Review of Sociology vol. 22 (1996): 401-36.

The Emergence of a Market Society: Changing Mechanisms of Stratification in China. American Journal of Sociology 100, 1996. Pp. 908-49.

Job Transitions in an Immigrant Metropolis: Ethnic Boundaries and Mixed Economy. (with Jimy Sanders and Scott Sernau). American Sociological Review 59, 1994. Pp. 849-72.

Problems in Resolving the Enclave Economy Debate. (Victor Nee and Jimy M. Sanders) American Sociological Association 1992

Peasant Entrepreneurs in China’s “Second Economy”: An Institutional Analysis. (Victor Nee, Frank W. Young) The University of Chicago 1991

Institutional Change and Economic Growth in China: The View from the Villages. (Victor Nee, Su Sijin) Association for Asian Studies 1990

A Theory of Market Transition: From Redistribution to Markets in State SocialismAmerican Sociological Review 54, 1989. Pp. 663-81.

Limits of Ethnic Solidarity in the Enclave Economy (with Jimy Sanders). American Sociological Review 52 (1987): 745-767.

The Peasant Household Economy and Decollectivization in China. (Victor Nee) Journal of Asian and African Studies 1986

Asian American Socioeconomic Achievement: The Strength of the Family Bond. (Victor Nee and Herbert Y. Wong) Sage Publications, Inc. 1985

Peasant Household Individualism. (Victor Nee) Taylor & Francis Ltd. 1984