The third stage in the development of sociology

The third stage (from the mid-80s to the present) is the period of registration of economic sociology as a science of the mechanisms of communication between the economy and: society (T. I. Zaslavskaya, N. M. Rimashevskaya,
R. V. Ryvkina, L. Y. Kosals), as well as the sciences of certain forms of human economic behavior in the process of production, distribution, exchange and consumption of material goods and services
(V. I. Verkhovin, V. V. Radaev). The formation of this science was facilitated by the change in the political atmosphere in the assimilation of the achievements of sociological thought of other countries, the sociologization of economic science, the theory of management organization and others. An important feature of this stage is the institutionalization of economic sociology.