Labor and Organization
The book series Labor and Organization
offers a common editorial platform for theoretical and empirical studies in the sociology of labor and industry as well as organizational and new economic sociology. The focus is on topics such as the digitalization of labor, analyses of current organizational developments and their effects on individuals and society, and studies of (alternative) economic forms, markets, and networks. With Labor and Organization
, we aim to support a comprehensive discourse that explores and explains socio-technical and socio-economic change, its constitution and causes. The series includes monographs and anthologies as well as PhD theses and longer essays.