The Centre for Social Ontology (CSO) was founded in 2011 by social theorist Margaret Archer. It gathers at any given time about 10 active members, mostly academics of international standing drawn from a broad range of social sciences. In addition to Prof. Archer, past and present members include: Prof. Ismael Al-Amoudi (Grenoble EM; organisational theory); Dr Mark Carrigan (Cambridge; digital sociology); Prof. Pierpaolo Donati (Bologna; sociology); Dr Kate Forbes-Pitt; Prof. Philip Gorski (Yale; sociology); Prof. Wolfgang Hofkirchner (Vienna; informatics); Prof. Gazi Islam (Grenoble EM; business ethics); Dr John Latsis (ISRF; social theory); Prof. Tony Lawson (Cambridge; economics); Prof. Emmanuel Lazéga (SciencesPo Paris; organisational sociology); Prof. Andrea Maccarini (Padoa; sociology); Prof. Jamie Morgan (Leeds Beckett; economics); Prof. Douglas Porpora (Drexel Philadelphia; media studies) and Prof. Colin Wight (Sydney; international relations). Together, CSO’s regular contributors are members of the editorial boards of c. 100 journals, including the American Journal of Sociology; Cambridge Journal of Economics; International Review of Sociology; International Sociology (ISA); Journal of Business Ethics; Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour and Organization.