Research Article of International Journal of Social Research
Study on Analysis of the Theoretical Abstraction of Economic Sociology and Embeddedness on Economic Action
Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, No. 217 jianshan street, dalian, liaoning, China.
Economics believes that economic behavior in the pursuit of interests will not involve any social behavior or relationship. However, with the continuous development of society, personal economic behavior does not fully encourage and atomize, but a clock is in the process of changing social relations. From the perspective of economic sociology, starting from the perspective of embeddedness, expounding and explaining economic behavior, and proposing several theoretical abstract researches on “economic behavior”, in order to provide some guidance and help for relevant researcher.
Keywords: Economic sociology; Embeddedness; Economic behavior; Theoretical abstraction
How to cite this article:
Tiantian Tang. Study on Analysis of the Theoretical Abstraction of Economic Sociology and Embeddedness on Economic Action. International Journal of Social Research, 2019; 3:34. DOI: 10.28933/ijsr-2019-09-0105
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