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From individualism to the individual : ideology and inquiry in financial economics

Author: George M Frankfurter; Elton George McGoun
Publisher: London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
Series: Routledge Revivals
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This title was first published in 2002: From Individualism to the Individual treats finance as a social and cultural process, exploring the unseen side of academic discourse and the many obstacles the deeply entrenched elite puts in the way of alternative thinking. Opening with a detailed discussion of the role of ideology in the perpetuation of the limited methodological bias of the profession toward markets, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George M Frankfurter; Elton George McGoun
ISBN: 9781315188911 1315188910 9781351744553 1351744550 9781351744539 1351744534 1138731641 9781138731646 9781138731615 1138731617
OCLC Number: 1020789762
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents: Chapter 1 Introduction --
part SECTION I: IDEOLOGY AND THE PROFESSION --
chapter 2 The Ideology of Finance-Part I: 2Ideology and the Theory of Financial Economics3 --
chapter 3 The Ideology of Finance-Part II: 2From Unrealistic Assumptions to Realistic Theories?: Positive Financial Economics as a Catch-223 --
chapter 4 Justification: 2Propaganda, Accounting and Finance: An Exploration3 --
chapter 5 Dissemination: 2Reciting the Kama Sutra in the Lotus Position Under a Sacred Fig Tree: The Making of Financial Economics3 --
chapter 6 Preservation-Part I: 2Market Efficiency or Behavioral Finance: The Nature of the Debate3 George --
part SECTION II: IDEOLOGY AND INQUIRY --
chapter 7 Preservation-Part II: 2The Role of Anomalies in Finance: What are they and what are they good for?3 --
chapter 8 Language: 2Signaling and Semiotics: A Search for Meaning3 --
chapter 9 Discourse-Part I: 2Scientific Conversation in Financial Economics3 --
chapter 10 Discourse-Part II --
chapter 11 Discourse-Part III: 2Market Efficiency or Behavioral Finance? Review3 --
chapter 12 Status: 2Machomatics in Egonomics3 --
part SECTION III: FINANCE AND SOCIETY --
chapter 13 Financial Markets-Part I: 2Hyperreal Finance3 --
chapter 14 Financial Markets-Part II: 2A Sociological Explanation of Financial Market Growth3 --
chapter 15 Finance and Fashion: 2Fashion and Finance3 --
chapter 16 Finance and Consumption: 2Hedonic Investment3 --
chapter 17 Dividends and Society-Part I: 2Dividends and Society3 --
chapter 18 Dividends and Society-Part II: 2The Rationality of Dividends3 --
chapter 19 Dividends and Society-Part III: 2What is the Puzzle in {u2018}The Dividend Puzzle{u2019}?3 --
part SECTION IV: FINANCE AND THE INDIVIDUAL --
chapter 20 Behavioral Finance-Part I: 2Resistance is Futile: The Assimilation of Behavioral Finance3 --
chapter 21 Behavioral Finance-Part II: 2Beyond Behavioral Finance3 --
chapter 22 Risk Behavior and Finance: 2Taking Practical Views of Risk-Taking3 --
chapter 23 Finance and Imagery: 2Individuals, Images and Investments3 --
chapter 24 Conclusions.
Series Title: Routledge Revivals
Responsibility: edited by George M. Frankfurter, Elton G. McGoun.

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"This title was first published in 2002: From Individualism to the Individual treats finance as a social and cultural process, exploring the unseen side of academic discourse and the many obstacles the deeply entrenched elite puts in the way of alternative thinking. Opening with a detailed discussion of the role of ideology in the perpetuation of the limited methodological bias of the profession toward markets, the book then examines the more specific effects of such ideological limitations on theoretical and empirical research in finance. The authors develop alternative ways to examine finance both as a profession and as a field of inquiry. This book will be of particular value to researchers and practitioners working in finance, as well as those in other social science disciplines whose research relates to finance, culture and society."--Provided by publisher.

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