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Markets On Trial, Part B : the Economic Sociology of the U.S. Financial Crisis.

Author: Michael Lounsbury; Paul M Hirsch
Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Pub., 2010.
Series: Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 30B.
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This volume brings together some of the very top scholars in the world in economic and organizational sociology to address the recent global financial crisis and concomitant debates and struggles around how to organize economies and societies around the world. The volume will consist of original contributions in theory and empirical settings and will result in a very special and high impact volume that will be  Read more...
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Lounsbury, Michael.
Markets On Trial, Part B : The Economic Sociology of the U.S. Financial Crisis.
Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing, ©2010
(OCoLC)651085113
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Lounsbury; Paul M Hirsch
ISBN: 9780857242082 0857242083
OCLC Number: 664233933
Description: 1 online resource (404 pages).
Contents: Front cover; Markets on Trial: The Economic Sociology of the U.S. Financial Crisis: Part B; Copyright page; Contents; List of contributors; Advisory board; Acknowledgments; Part B; Introduction to the Special Two-Volume Set; Markets on trial: toward a policy-oriented economic sociology; Section III: Historical Origins of the U.S. Financial Crisis; Chapter 1. The misapplication of Mr. Michael Jensen: how agency theory brought down the economy and why it might again; Chapter 2. Neoliberalism in crisis: Regulatory roots of the U.S. financial meltdown. Chapter 3. The American corporate elite and the historical roots of the financial crisis of 2008Chapter 4. The political economy of financial exuberance; Section IV: Crisis Production: Speculative Bubbles and Business Cycles; Chapter 5. The institutional embeddedness of market failure: Why speculative bubbles still occur; Chapter 6. The social construction of causality: The effects of institutional myths on financial regulation; Chapter 7. Mesoeconomics: B.
Series Title: Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 30B.

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Since the mid-20th century, organizational theorists have increasingly distanced themselves from the study of core societal power centers and important policy issues of the day. This title addresses  Read more...

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