Andrew Sayer

Andrew Sayer is Professor of Social Theory and Political Economy at Lancaster University and previously lectured in human geography at the University of Sussex. His main areas of interest relevant to the DEMOLOGOS project are critical realism as a distinctive approach to social science analysis, cultural political economy and moral economy as distinctive interdisciplinary traditions, and uneven regional and urban development.

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Recent Publications:

  • 2003 'Critical Realism and Geo-historical Research' in L. van Duinen, J. Lawson, R. Ploeger and P Terhorst (eds)(2003) Explaining difference in Urban Trajectories, Dordrecht: Kluwer.
  • 2002 Critical Realism and semiosis', Journal of Critical Realism, Vo. 5 (1), 2-10 (co-authored with Norman Fairclough and Bob Jessop)
  • 2000 'Moral economy and political economy', Studies in Political Economy, Spring, 79-103.
  • 1999 Realism and Social Science, London: Sage.

 

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