Epistemic Conditions

Gläser, Jochen, Grit Laudel, Christopher Grieser, and Uli Meyer, 2018. Scientific fields as epistemic regimes: new opportunities for comparative science studies. The Technical University Technology Studies Working Papers, TUTS-WP-3-2018, Berlin: Technical University Berlin, https://www.ts.tu-berlin.de/fileadmin/i62_tstypo3/TUTS-WP-3-2018_Scientific_Regimes.pdf

The Berlin Script Collective, 2018. Technik vergleichen: Ein Analyserahmen für die Beeinflussung von Arbeit durch Technik. Arbeits- und Industriesoziologische Studien 11: 124-142, http://www.ais-studien.de/home/veroeffentlichungen-18/oktober/artikel/3079.html#artikel3079.

Gläser, Jochen; Laudel, Grit, 2015. Cold Atom Gases, Hedgehogs and Snakes: The Methodological Challenges of Comparing Scientific Things. Nature and Culture 10: 303-332. pdf

Laudel, Grit; Gläser, Jochen, 2014. Beyond breakthrough research: Epistemic properties of research and their consequences for research funding. Research Policy 43: 1204–1216. pdf

Gläser, Jochen, Stefan Lange, Grit Laudel, and Uwe Schimank, 2010. The Limits of Universality: How Field-specific Epistemic Conditions Affect Authority Relations and their Consequences. Richard Whitley, Jochen Gläser und Lars Engwall (Hrsg.),  Reconfiguring Knowledge Production: Changing Authority Relationships in the Sciences and Their Consequences for Intellectual Innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 291-324. pdf

Gläser, Jochen, and Grit Laudel, 2004: The Sociological description of non-social conditions of research. REPP Discussion Paper 04/2, November. pdf

Gläser, Jochen, and Grit Laudel, 1999: Where do the Actants/Mangles Come From? in conference “Sociality/Materiality: The Status of the Object in Social Science”. Brunel University, UK, 9-11 September: WZB Discussion Paper P 99-402, Berlin: Wissenschaftszentum Berlin für Sozialforschung. pdf