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New perspectives on emotions in finance : the sociology of confidence, fear and betrayal

Author: Jocelyn Pixley
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2013.
Series: Routledge international studies in money and banking, 76.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This interdisciplinary volume from a leading international group of scholars offers coherent sociological answers as to how and in what respects finance is 'emotional'. Chapters offer sophisticated approaches to the current financial crisis, and the antecedents in cultural variations in institutions and organisational forms."--Provided by publisher.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jocelyn Pixley
ISBN: 9780415533799 0415533791 9780203114018 0203114019
OCLC Number: 774498480
Description: xv, 238 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword by ESA Series Editors Helena Flam and Helmut Kuzmics | Editor Introduction Jocelyn PixleyPart I: Emotions and the Present Crisis: Reshaping the sociology of financeaEUROEURO1. Magic Thinking and Panic Buttons in the Callous Financial Transaction Chains Helena Flam2. Immoral Panic and Emotional Operations in Times of Financial Fragility Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis3. How European Sovereign Debt Became the New Subprime: On the role of confidence in the European financial crisis (2009-2010) Richard Swedberg4. Shame and Stock Market Losses: The case of amateur investors in the US Brooke Harrington5. The Grammar of Trust Susan ShapiroPart II: The Financial Crisis in Context: Historical and theoretical investigations6. Revisiting the Credit Theory of Money and Trust Geoffrey Ingham7. Methodology in Max Weber's Economic Sociology: What place emotions in Roman agrarian history or today's finance sector? Sam Whimster8. States of Disorder: New reflections on sociology's contribution to understanding financial booms and crises Shaun Wilson and Peter McCarthy9. `Nicotine for Protein': Culture and the emotions of hard trading in Japanese prisoner of war camps Benjamin Manning10. The Emotions of Money: assessing betrayal and reform Jocelyn Pixley
Series Title: Routledge international studies in money and banking, 76.
Responsibility: edited by Jocelyn Pixley.

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