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Author Ho, Karen Zouwen, 1971-
Title Liquidated : an ethnography of Wall Street / Karen Ho.
Publication Info Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 2009.


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Descript xiii, 374 p. ; 25 cm.
Note "A John Hope Franklin Center Book."
Contents Anthropology goes to Wall Street -- Biographies of hegemony : the culture of smartness and the recruitment and construction of investment bankers -- Wall Street's orientation : exploitation, empowerment, and the politics of hard work -- Wall Street historiographies and the shareholder value revolution -- The neoclassical roots and origin narratives of shareholder value -- Downsizers downsized : job insecurity and investment banking corporate culture -- Liquid lives, compensation schemes, and the making of (unsustainable) financial markets -- Leveraging dominance and crises through the global.
ISBN 9780822345992 (pbk.)
9780822345800 (cloth)
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Author Ho, Karen Zouwen, 1971-
Subject Securities industry -- United States -- Employees.
Stockbrokers -- United States.
Investment banking -- United States.
Downsizing of organizations -- United States.
Descript xiii, 374 p. ; 25 cm.
Note "A John Hope Franklin Center Book."
Contents Anthropology goes to Wall Street -- Biographies of hegemony : the culture of smartness and the recruitment and construction of investment bankers -- Wall Street's orientation : exploitation, empowerment, and the politics of hard work -- Wall Street historiographies and the shareholder value revolution -- The neoclassical roots and origin narratives of shareholder value -- Downsizers downsized : job insecurity and investment banking corporate culture -- Liquid lives, compensation schemes, and the making of (unsustainable) financial markets -- Leveraging dominance and crises through the global.
ISBN 9780822345992 (pbk.)
9780822345800 (cloth)
Author Ho, Karen Zouwen, 1971-
Subject Securities industry -- United States -- Employees.
Stockbrokers -- United States.
Investment banking -- United States.
Downsizing of organizations -- United States.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL 5th Floor  HD 8039 S432 U5  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Securities industry -- United States -- Employees.
Stockbrokers -- United States.
Investment banking -- United States.
Downsizing of organizations -- United States.
Descript xiii, 374 p. ; 25 cm.
Note "A John Hope Franklin Center Book."
Contents Anthropology goes to Wall Street -- Biographies of hegemony : the culture of smartness and the recruitment and construction of investment bankers -- Wall Street's orientation : exploitation, empowerment, and the politics of hard work -- Wall Street historiographies and the shareholder value revolution -- The neoclassical roots and origin narratives of shareholder value -- Downsizers downsized : job insecurity and investment banking corporate culture -- Liquid lives, compensation schemes, and the making of (unsustainable) financial markets -- Leveraging dominance and crises through the global.
ISBN 9780822345992 (pbk.)
9780822345800 (cloth)

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