Volume 9, Issue 2

by Andrew Hill April 11, 2016

Journal of Cultural Economy, Volume 9 Issue 2 is now available online on Taylor & Francis online

 

Themed Section – Unsettling Issues

Guest editors Philip Roscoe and Barbara Townley

Introduction – Unsettling Issues: Valuing Public Goods and the Production of Matters of Concern

Philip Roscoe and Barbara Townley

 

What Price Evidence? The Ethics of Office and the Ethics of Social Science in British Cultural Policy

Dave O’Brien

 

Keeping Things Different: Coexistence within European Markets for Cleantech and Biofuels

Liliana Doganova and Brice Laurent

 

Valuations of Experimental Designs in Proteomic Biomarker Experiments and Traditional RCTs

Claes-Fredrik Helgesson, Francis Lee, and Lisa Lindén

 

Articles

Monetary Organization and National Identity: A Review and Considerations

Anders Sørensen

 

Coordinating Quality Practices in Direct Trade Coffee

Emil Holland, Chris Kjeldsen, and Søren Kerndrup

 

The Logic of Practice in the Practice of Logics: Practicing Journalism and its Relationship with

Business in Times of Technological Changes

Elena Raviola and Paola Dubini

 

Reviews and Commentaries

REVIEW ESSAY: Convention Theory and Neoliberalism

Rainer Diaz-Bone

 

BOOK REVIEW: Happiness as Enterprise: An Essay on Neoliberal Life

Jessica Pykett

 

BOOK REVIEW: Everyday Utopias: The Conceptual Life of Promising Spaces

Miranda J. M. Iossifidis

 

BOOK REVIEW: A History of Econometrics: The Reformation from the 1970s

Sarah Marie Ruggins

 

 

 

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