Past Events

Monday, October 18, 2021  
Klarman Hall, KG70
 -  232 East Ave, Ithaca, NY 14853
This event will also be streamed live

What do two ongoing crises, the COVID-19 pandemic and the global climate emergency, mean for the future of global democracy and cooperation? Will liberal democracies rise to the challenge? Or will a resurgence of fascism prevent collective action? Francis Fukuyama, Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow at Stanford University, examines the key issues faced by the contemporary international order and delivers a prognosis based on the coming challenges to global democracy.

Join the Center for the Study of Economy & Society for the inaugural lecture by Francis Fukuyama of a new series, “The American State in a Multipolar World.” The series features distinguished scholars and public intellectuals: Francis Fukuyama, Jeffrey D. Sachs, Joseph Nye Jr., and Andrew J. Bacevich as they discuss the issues and choices facing the American state in a multipolar global economy and shifting world system. Does maintaining American democracy rely on American hegemony? Is a new Cold War compatible with the priorities of climate change and the covid pandemic, which require inter-state cooperation?

October 18 - December 6, 2021  
All events are both live and online
 -  Email for online registration details.
Center for the Study of Economy & Society -  lecture series 2021

October 8, 2020  
Princeton Center for Migration and Development

Friday, October 2, 2020  
Immigration Seminar Series at CUNY Graduate Center
 -  New York

Tuesday, September 22, 2020  
Presented via Zoom
Professor Arnout van de Rijt (Cornell Ph.D, Sociology, ’07), from the European University, Florence, Italy will present a lunchtime talk co-sponsored by the Economic Sociology Lab and Social Dynamics Lab.

February 27th to March 1st   Philadelphia

November 6, 2019  
Uris Hall Graduate Lounge, Room 388
 -  Cornell University
Daniel DellaPosta - Assistant Professor of Sociology, Pennsylvania State University
Sponsored by the Economic Sociology Lab
Co-sponsored with the Center for the Study of Economy and Society

August 28, 2019  
Renmin University
 -  Beijing, China
Victor Nee will give a keynote speech at an international conference convened at Renmin University on the 40th anniversary of economic reforms in China.

August 10-13, 2018   New York City
Victor Nee will present two papers at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in New York City from his research programs.

October 26, 2018  
The Cornell Club
 -  New York City
Victor Nee served as organizer of the symposium, and presented a paper on the emergence of the NYC tech economy using big data from the NY Tech Meetup.

February 24, 2018  
Eastern Sociological Society
 -  Baltimore, Maryland
The meeting’s theme was “As Time Goes By: Social and Institutional Change". Victor Nee's address, “Middle-Range Theories of Institutional Change” was published in the Sociological Forum 33 (4): DOI:10.1111/sof.12476.