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Rogers Hollingsworth contact Information:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1 608 233 2215 (Madison, WI) 1 858 456 9947 (La Jolla, CA) Fax: 1 866 240 0904
Rogers Hollingsworth Homepage URL: http://faculty.history.wisc.edu/hollingsworth/index.htm (this page)
Professor J. Rogers Hollingsworth
The University of Wisconsin Department of History
Madison WI 53706-1483
Rogers Hollingsworth CV (HTML format, with links to publications)
Rogers Hollingsworth CV (PDF format, suitable for downloading and printing)
Links to recent articles and books by Rogers Hollingsworth:
Major Discoveries, Creativity, and the Dynamics of Science. (Vienna: edition echoraum, 2011). With Ellen Jane Hollingsworth, and with the assistance of David Gear. (Available in the United States at Amazon.com and in Europe at Amazon.de or Amazon.co.uk.) Link to download free sample chapter and ordering information.
"Comment on 'The Complex Economic Organization of Capitalist Economies' (by Richard R. Nelson)," Capitalism and Society 6 (1) (August 2011) Article 5. doi: 10.2202/1932-0213.1081
"The end of the science superpowers: Could the end of US world dominance over research mark the passing of national science giants," Nature volume 454 (24 July 2008) pages 412-413. (with Karl H. Müller and Ellen Jane Hollingsworth)
socio-economics with a new epistemology" (with Karl Muller) Socio-Economic Review volume
on Transforming socio-economics with a new epistemology" Socio-Economic
Review volume 6 issue
Robert Boyer "The quest for theoretical foundations of socio-economics: epistemology, methodology or ontology?"
Ralph J. Greenspan "A biological perspective on complex networks for a new epistemology"
Renate Mayntz "Networks and self-organization: dissecting the model of 'complex networks'"
Helga Nowotny "Bargaining, not borrowing: on problem choice and problem space"
Advancing Socio-economics: An
Contents, Reviews, Order Form
Introduction to Part I: "On Socio-economic Concepts and Methods"
Introduction to Part II: "On Institutions"
Introduction to Part III: "On Social Systems of Production - and Beyond"
A presentation by Rogers Hollingsworth with question-and-answer session is available as a Library Roundtable audio CD from:
800 Silverado Street Suite 302
La Jolla, California 92037
Rogers Hollingsworth quoted in a Nature Special Report: "An indifference to boundaries" ("As some of the world’s largest universities undergo dramatic departmental restructuring to foster interdisciplinary research, John Whitfield asks whether they’re making the right move") February 21, 2008
Short Interview with Rogers Hollingsworth by Davor Orlič (Seven minutes)