JCE Archive

VolumeIssueTitleAuthorTypeAccess
106On brutal cultureDarren Umney, Taylor C. Nelms, Dave O'Brien, Fabian Muniesa, Liz Moor, Liz McFall, Melinda Cooper & Peter CampbellReviews and Commentaries
106Lower Ed: The Troubling Rise of For-Profit Colleges in the New EconomyKaren GregoryReviews and Commentaries
106A History of British Actuarial Thought, by Craig TurnbullArjen van der HeideReviews and Commentaries
106Feminists write the Anthropocene: three tales of possibility in Late CapitalismDanya GlabauReviews and Commentaries
106Senses and artifacts in market transactions: the Korean case of agricultural produce auctionsEun-Sung KimArticles
106Making news of value: exploiting dissonances in economic journalismTomás UndurragaArticles
106Development as biopolitics: food security and the contemporary Indian experienceJyotirmaya TripathyArticles
106Opiates for the masses: constructing a market for prescription (pain)killersMelina ShermanArticles
105Abstract Market Theory, by Jon RoffeMarc LengletReviews and Commentaries
105The Currency of Desire: Libidinal Economy, Psychoanalysis, and Sexual Revolution, by David BennettDavid HancockReviews and Commentaries
105Noise: Living and Trading in Electronic Finance, by Alex PredaCrawford SpenceReviews and Commentaries
105The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-wing Extremism, by David GolumbiaQuinn DuPontReviews and Commentaries
105Cryptocurrencies as market singularities: the strange case of BitcoinSam DallynArticles
105Calculation in the pirate bazaarsMaitrayee DekaArticles
105Sourcing newness: ways of inducing indeterminacyMichael Hutter & Ignacio FaríasArticles
105Mind the (tax) gap: an ethnography of a numberLotta Björklund LarsenArticles
104Household Recycling and Consumption Work: Social and Moral Economies, by Kathryn Wheeler and Miriam GlucksmannDavid EvansReviews and Commentaries
104Plastic Water: The Social and Material Life of Bottled Water, by Gay Hawkins, Emily Potter, and Kane RaceHervé CorvellecReviews and Commentaries
104How Industry Analysts Shape the Digital Future, by Neil Pollock and Robin WilliamsAntonios KaniadakisReviews and Commentaries
104Economics in the Twenty-First Century: A Critical Perspective, by Robert Chernomas and Ian HudsonD. T. CochraneReviews and Commentaries
104Restoring the mediators: a response to Nick SeaverAntoine HennionReviews and Commentaries
104Something new: value and change in financeDaniel SoulelesArticles
104Shadow banking: a story of the Doppelgänger (the Double) in science of financeIsmail ErturkArticles
104Haute finance in the not-so-quiet revolution: colonialisme Anglo-Saxonne and the bombing of la Bourse de MontréalGeoff MannArticles
104Between political economy and cultural studies: a response to Bryan and RaffertyLawrence GrossbergArticles
104Reframing austerity: financial morality, savings and securitizationDick Bryan & Michael RaffertyArticles
104The politics of finance: cultural economy, cultural studies and the road aheadCarolyn HardinArticles
103On Curiosity: The Art of Market Seduction, by Franck Cochoy, translated by Jaciara T. LiraLynne PettingerReviews and Commentaries
103Review of Deborah Lupton’s The Quantified Self and Dawn Nafus’ QuantifiedStine LomborgReviews and Commentaries
103Money as icon: digging deeper into capitalism's affective propertiesErin B. TaylorReviews and Commentaries
103Attending to the mediatorsNick SeaverReviews and Commentaries
103Misappropriation as market making: Butler, Callon, and street food in San Francisco, CaliforniaSang-hyoun PahkArticles
103Dark organizational theorySteven D. Brown & Paula ReaveyArticles
103Twilight in the leadership playground: subrealism and the training of the business selfJavier Lezaun & Fabian MuniesaArticles
103Learning from experiments in optimization: post-critical perspectives on monitoring and evaluationBrit Ross Winthereik & Casper Bruun JensenArticles
103Disability as infra-critique: a compositionist approach to the election process in DenmarkChristopher Gad & Steffen DalsgaardArticles
103The break-up of management: critique inside-outDamian O’Doherty & Helene RatnerArticles
102Illiberal Reformers: Race, Eugenics, and American Economics in the Progressive Era, by Thomas C. LeonardDaniel PlattReviews and Commentaries
102Fast, easy, and in cash: artisan hardship and hope in the global economy, by Jason Antrosio and Rudi Colloredo-MansfeldCorinna HowlandReviews and Commentaries
102Architectures of the information ageLuis F. Alvarez LeónReviews and Commentaries
102Macroprudential versus monetary blueprints for financial reformNathan CoombsReviews and Commentaries
102Regulating belonging: surveillance, inequality, and the cultural production of abjectionTorin MonahanArticles
102Creativity versus branding: totemism, animism and the pursuit of uniqueness in fashionKasper Tang VangkildeArticles
102Price-effectiveness: pharmacoeconomics, value and the right price for HPV vaccinesOscar Javier Maldonado CastañedaArticles
102Values in motion: anti-counterfeiting measures and the securitization of pharmaceutical flowsMathieu QuetArticles
102Revulsion and awe: charting the development of the moral economy of capitalism and its hero in the American imagination, from the protestant ethic to ecstasy of the entrepreneurDavid HancockArticles
102‘The current gold coin of the New Jerusalem’: perception, symbolization, and money in Hawthorne’s The Scarlet LetterJon DietrickArticles
101All to play for in measuring the economyDiane CoyleReviews and Commentaries
101Attachments, you say? … How a concept collectively emerges in one research groupAntoine HennionReviews and Commentaries
101Article Explaining the end of military tutelary regime and the July 15 coup attempt in TurkeyKoray CaliskanArticles
101Rousseau’s Crusoe myth: the unlikely provenance of the neoclassical homo economicusMatthew WatsonArticles
101The performativity of the yield curveBrett ChristophersArticles
101The social life of measurement: how methods have shaped the idea of culture in urban regenerationPeter Campbell, Tamsin Cox & Dave O’BrienArticles
101How are we now? Real-time mood-monitoring as valuationWilliam DaviesArticles
101The data analytics industry and the promises of real-time knowing: perpetuating and deploying a rationality of speedDavid BeerArticles
101On (not) assembling a market for sustainable energy: heat network infrastructure and British citiesJanette Webb & David HawkeyArticles
101Ten years after: it’s the economy and culture, stupid!Melinda Cooper & Liz McFallEditorials
96Re-imagining Economic Sociology, edited by Patrik Aspers and Nigel DoddHendrik VollmerReviews and Commentaries
96No Such Thing as a Free Gift: The Gates Foundation and the Price of Philanthropy, by Linsey McGoeyJennifer Y. J. HsuReviews and Commentaries
96Algorithmic Life: Calculative Devices in the Age of Big Data, edited by Louise Amoore and Vohla PoitukhPhilip RoscoeReviews and Commentaries
96How Our Days Became Numbered: Risk and the Rise of the Statistical Individual, by Dan BoukKevin P. DonovanReviews and Commentaries
96Uncovering the hidden history of African-American cooperativesJason T. BartlettReviews and Commentaries
96Responding and calling: for collaboration and/in counter-accounting for social justiceMiranda JosephSymposium
96Towards a conceptualization of a debt-credit social processZdravka TodorovaSymposium
96Economics, economic anthropology, and debtDrucilla K. BarkerSymposium
96Call and response: a reflection on Miranda Joseph’s Debt to Society from Aotearoa New ZealandKelly DombroskiSymposium
96Performing property cyclesRachel WeberArticles
96Non-marketizing agents in the study of markets: competing legacies of performativity and actor-network-theory in the marketization research programLéna Pellandini-SimányiArticles
96Documenting financial performativity: film aesthetics and financial crisisAlasdair KingArticles
96Performativity and grassroots politics: on the practice of reshuffling mafia powerChristina JerneArticles
96Valuation struggles over pricing – determining the worth of wind powerTrine PallesenArticles
95Cultures of Financialization: Fictitious Capital in Popular Culture and Everyday Life, by Max HaivenLeigh Claire La BergeReviews and Commentaries
95The Cultural Politics of Austerity: Past and Present in Austere Times, by Rebecca BramallTracey JensenReviews and Commentaries
95Being Digital Citizens, by Engin Isin and Evelyn RuppertSamantha CloseReviews and Commentaries
95Speculative Markets: Drug Circuits and Derivative Life in Nigeria, by Kristin PetersonHannah AppelReviews and Commentaries
95alt.economy: strategies, tensions, challengesTaylor C. NelmsReviews and Commentaries
95Dreamings beyond ‘opportunity’: the collaborative economics of an aboriginal heritage trailCarsten Holger WerginArticles
95Making architecture compete: open-ended accumulation meets objectification and singularisation in the UK construction industryPaul GottschlingArticles
95Reactivity without legitimacy? Online consumer reviews in the restaurant industryJean-Samuel Beuscart, Kevin Mellet & Marie TrespeuchArticles
95The performativity of sports statistics: towards a research agendaDavid Yarrow & Matthias KrankeArticles
94Response to Stuart Kirsch’s review of Unearthing ConflictFabiana LiReviews and Commentaries
94Response to Fabiana Li’s review of Mining CapitalismStuart KirschReviews and Commentaries
94Mining Capitalism: The Relationship Between Corporations and Their CriticsFabiana LiReviews and Commentaries
94Unearthing Conflict: Corporate Mining, Activism, and Expertise in Peru, by Fabiana LiStuart KirschReviews and Commentaries
94Anxious Wealth: Money and Morality among China's New RichLeksa LeeReviews and Commentaries
94Back in the bazaar: taking Pierre Bourdieu to a trading roomOlivier GodechotReviews and Commentaries
94Reputational capital in ‘the PR University’: public relations and market rationalitiesAnne M. CroninArticles
94The infrapolitics of cultural value: cultural policy, evaluation and the marginalisation of practitioner perspectivesJack Newsinger & William GreenArticles
94From the moral to the neural: brain scans, decision-making, and the problematization of economic (ir)rationalityJean François BissonnetteArticles
94Comparative projects and the limits of choice: ethnography and microfinance in India and ParaguaySohini Kar & Caroline SchusterArticles
93The pragmatics of payment: adventures in first-person economy with Bill MaurerLauren Tooker & Bill MaurerReviews and Commentaries
93On posthuman subjectivityAnnette-Carina van der ZaagReviews and Commentaries
93Interdisciplinary complexitiesGrahame F ThompsonReviews and Commentaries
93You must fall down the rabbit holeFabian MuniesaSymposium
93Testing the provoked economyJosé Ossandón & Trine PallesenSymposium
93Structured by cowsAlberto ToscanoSymposium
93How to embrace performativity while avoiding the rabbit holeAaron Z. PitluckSymposium
93The multiple worlds of equity analysts: valuation, volume, and volatilityJesper BlombergArticles
93Peer lending and the subsumption of the informalMark KearArticles
93The performativity, performance and lively practices in financial stability press conferencesJohn Hogan MorrisArticles
93Market innovation as framing, productive friction and bricolage: an exploration of the personal data marketSveta Milyaeva & Daniel NeylandArticles
92A History of Econometrics: The Reformation from the 1970sSarah Marie RugginsReviews and Commentaries
92Everyday Utopias: The Conceptual Life of Promising SpacesMiranda J. M. IossifidisReviews and Commentaries
92Happiness as Enterprise. An essay on neoliberal lifeJessica PykettReviews and Commentaries
92Convention theory and neoliberalismRainer Diaz-BoneReviews and Commentaries
92The logic of practice in the practice of logics: practicing journalism and its relationship with business in times of technological changesElena Raviola & Paola DubiniArticles
92Coordinating quality practices in Direct Trade coffeeEmil Holland, Chris Kjeldsen & Søren KerndrupArticles
92Monetary organization and national identity: a review and considerationsAnders Ravn SørensenArticles
92Valuations of experimental designs in proteomic biomarker experiments and traditional randomised controlled trialsClaes-Fredrik Helgesson, Francis Lee & Lisa LindénArticles
92Keeping things different: coexistence within European markets for cleantech and biofuelsLiliana Doganova & Brice LaurentArticles
92What price evidence? The ethics of office and the ethics of social science in British cultural policyDave O'BrienArticles
92Unsettling issues: valuing public goods and the production of matters of concernPhilip Roscoe & Barbara TownleyArticles
91The Reckoning: Financial Accountability and the Rise and Fall of NationsQuinn DuPontReviews and Commentaries
91The specter of capitalAmin SammanReviews and Commentaries
91Liquidity LostSarah HallReviews and Commentaries
91An Inspiring Guide for de-Ontologizing the CrisisRadman SelmicReviews and Commentaries
91The Spirit of AusterityMartijn KoningsArticles
91Historical Ontologies of Uncertainty and Money: Rethinking the Current Critique of FinanceUte TellmannArticles
91How to Make Money with Words: Finance, Performativity, LanguageLeigh Claire La BergeArticles
91Decomposing Money: Ontological options and spreadsDick Bryan & Michael RaffertyArticles
91Public Currency: Anthropological Labor in Central BanksDouglas R. HolmesArticles
91Special Issue: Pragmatics of Money - Pragmatics of Money and Finance: Beyond Performativity and Fundamental ValueMelinda Cooper & Martijn KoningsEditorials
86Co-Creating VideogamesJamie WoodcockReviews and Commentaries
86Theorizing Cultural Work: Labour, Continuity and Change in the Cultural and Creative IndustriesJoanna FigielReviews and Commentaries
86Response to Stefan Schwarzkopf's Review EssayAeron Davis Reviews and Commentaries
86Cultural Economy, Capitalism and the Logic of the Public Sphere - Reading promotional cultures with Habermas and SchmittStefan SchwarzkopfReviews and Commentaries
86Power and Performativity in the Creation of the UK Fishing-Rights MarketEmma CardwellArticles
86Revisiting the Importance of Detachment in the Dynamics of Competition - Lessons from the marketing of an uncertain productRonan Le Velly & Frédéric GouletArticles
86Distributive Justice With and Without CultureWilliam A. JacksonArticles
86The Struggle to Perform the Political Economy of Creditworthiness - European Union governance of credit ratings through riskBartholomew PaudynArticles
86Economizing Habitus - Material calculation and ‘the rules of the game’ in the publishing industryE. Gulledge, P. Roscoe & B. TownleyArticles
85Daily Grind: The Spiritual Workday of the American Prosperity GospelKate BowlerReviews and Commentaries
85Reprehensible or Representative? The Gospel of Wealth in Modern American LifeHeath W. CarterReviews and Commentaries
85American HustleDavid F. RuccioReviews and Commentaries
85Introduction to the Blessed Review SymposiumKathleen CummingsReviews and Commentaries
85Invisible Presences and Visible Absences: Jewellery industry and its crisis in Valenza, ItalyMichele F. FontefrancescoArticles
85Economies of Expertise: Consultants and the Assemblage of CultureRussell PrinceArticles
85Negotiating Global Finance: Trading on Dalal Street, MumbaiPieter LagerwaardArticles
85Introducing a cultural approach to technology in financial marketsCarolyn Hardin & Adam Richard RottinghausArticles
84The multiple-markets problemChristian FrankelReviews and Commentaries
84Knowledge for the West, Production for the Rest?: Narratives of progress and decline in knowledge economiesBregje van EekelenArticles
84Currency and the Collective Representations of Authority, Nationality, and ValueGeorgios PapadopoulosArticles
84How do words count?Endre DányiReviews and Commentaries
84The Anthropology of Giving: Toward A Cultural Logic of CharityJohn H. HansonArticles
84Audio-visual production and shortcomings of distribution in organisation studiesMartin WoodArticles
84Object and objective lost? Organization-phobia in organization theoryThomas Lopdrup-HjorthThemed Section
84Core task and organizational realitySigne VikkelsøThemed Section
84Organization (Theory) As A Way Of LifePaul Du GayThemed Section
83Planned Hindsight: The vital valuations of frozen tissue at the zoo and the natural history museumJoanna RadinArticles
83Why Singapore Trumps Iceland: Gathering genes in the wildAihwa OngArticles
83Making Bio-Expectations: Vitamin A and the inventiveness of reductionismDavid FactorArticles
83Fat Capital: Bioprospecting for breast-making goldNadine EhlersArticles
83Special Issue: In Vivo Economies: Temporalities of Life and Value - Introduction: In vivo economies: temporalities of life and valueMelinda CooperEditorials
83The Frozen Archive, or Defrosting DerridaWarwick AndersonArticles
83Revolution at Point Zero: Housework, Reproduction, and Feminist StruggleMarina VishmidtReviews and Commentaries
83THE OOCYTE MARKET AND SOCIAL EGG FREEZING: From scarcity to singularityCatherine WaldbyArticles
83The Experimental Economy of GeoengineeringSimon FactorArticles
82The Possibility of Critique: New spirits of capitalism?Philip RoscoeReviews and Commentaries
82The Temp Economy: From Kelly Girls to Permatemps in Postwar AmericaMaria KolethReviews and Commentaries
82Democracy in America 3DJavier LezaunReviews and Commentaries
82What Your Consumer Wants: Business-to-business advertising as a mechanism of market changeDavid Schleifer & Michaela DeSouceyArticles
82Number Interception: Knowledge, action and culture within financial risk managementDaniel Seabra LopesArticles
82National Reputation Management and the Competition State: The cases of Denmark and NorwaySvein Ivar Angell & Mads MordhorstArticles
82(De)politicising and Ecologising Bicycles: The history of the Parisian Vélib' system and its controversiesMartin TironiArticles
82Factors of Board Governance and Fundraising Success: The composition of Swiss museum boards does matterDiana BetzlerArticles
82The Law's Markets: Envisioning and effecting the boundaries of competitionBrett ChristophersArticles
81Making Culture, Changing SocietyDave O'BrienReviews and Commentaries
81‘Market Talk’ and Talking Back: Recent studies from communication and rhetorical studiesCrystal ColombiniReviews and Commentaries
81From Homines Inhabiles to Homo Economicus and Back Again: Michel Callon, Distributed Agency, and the Ontario Disability Support Program Employment SupportsThomas AbramsArticles
81The Student Debt Bubble: Neoliberalism, the university, and income inequalityG. Thomas Goodnight, David Hingstman & Sandy GreenArticles
81Puerto Rico: A neoliberal crucibleVictor VillanuevaArticles
81Economic Rhetoric as Taxis: Neoliberal governmentality and the dispositif of freakonomicsCatherine Chaput & Joshua S. HananArticles
81The Negotiation of Basel III: Postliberalism in the making?Sine Nørholm JustArticles
81A Rhetoric of Economics beyond Civic Humanism: Exploring the Political Economy of Rhetoric in the Context of Late Neoliberalism. Cultural Economy Special Issue IntroductionJoshua S. Hanan & Catherine ChaputEditorials
81What's changing cultural economy?Liz McFallEditorials
74Editorial: Insurance and the economization of uncertaintyTuro-Kimmo Lehtonen & Ine Van HoyweghenEditorials
74Hoodwinked by HayekMartijn KoningsReviews and Commentaries
74Austerity: The History of a Dangerous IdeaKean Birch Reviews and Commentaries
74For Financial Certainty, Try Machine GamblingMartha PoonReviews and Commentaries
74The Interior Design of [Free] KnowledgeAlberto Corsín Jiménez, Adolfo Estalella & Zoohaus CollectiveArticles
74Prototyping as Event: Designing the Future of ObesityAlex Wilkie Articles
74In the Political Laboratory: Kurt Lewin's AtmospheresJavier Lezaun & Nerea CalvilloArticles
74From Prototyping to Allotyping: The invention of change of use and the crisis of building typesMichael GuggenheimArticles
74Prototyping and Contemporary Anthropological Experiments With Ethnographic MethodGeorge Marcus Articles
74INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: PROTOTYPING CULTURESAlberto Corsín JiménezEditorials
73The Politics of Crowds: An Alternative History of SociologyChristopher KeltyReviews and Commentaries
73Political economies of security for some time to comeDean PieridesReviews and Commentaries
73Life Securitisation, the Event Object of Insurance and the Strategisation of TimeLuis Lobo-GuerreroArticles
73On the Politics of Calculative Devices: Performing life insurance marketsIne Van HoyweghenArticles
73Picturing How Life Insurance MattersTuro-Kimmo LehtonenArticles
73Reassembling and Cutting the Social with Health InsuranceJosé OssandónArticles
73Neoliberalism and Natural Disaster Insurance as political technology of catastropheStephen Collier Articles
73Governmental Conditions for the Economization of Uncertainty: Fire insurance, regulation and insurance actuarialismPat O'Malley & Alex RobertsArticles
72Speculative Security: The Politics of Pursuing Terrorist MoniesAna Isabel CanhotoReviews and Commentaries
72Beyond Price: Value in Culture, Economics, and the ArtsErica Coslor Reviews and Commentaries
72Representing and Performing Businesses A segmentation model in actionKaren BollArticles
72Tipping the Balance Russian Legal Culture and Cash-Settled DerivativesSveta MilyaevaArticles
72Rent and Political Economy in Culture Industry WorkJeremy Valentine Articles
72Building Political Economic Literacy in an Unexpected Place: Some curriculum suggestions for communication studentsCathy Greenfield Articles
72Reassembling the Cultural Fashion: models, brands and the meaning of ‘culture’ after ANTJoanne Entwistle & Don SlaterArticles
72Street Papers, Work and Begging: ‘Experimenting’ at the Margins of Economic LegitimacyPatrick Cockburn Articles
72On the Symbolic Production of Digital Markets for Cultural GoodsEsteve SanzArticles
71Life Securitisation, the Event Object of Insurance and the Strategisation of TimeLuis Lobo-GuerreroThemed Section
71Creativity and its Discontents: China's Creative Industries and Intellectual Property Rights OffencesOlga SeznevaReviews and Commentaries
71Review Essay Can anthropology save finance?Martha Poon Reviews and Commentaries
71From Artisan to Partisan What would it mean to be an artisan of finance?Grahame ThompsonArticles
71Commodifying Passion The Fashion of Aesthetic LabourMagdalena Petersson McIntyreArticles
71Creative Accommodations The fractured transitions and precarious lives of young musiciansGeorge Morgan & Julian WoodThemed Section
71Representations of Precarity in Italy: Collective and Individual Stories, Social Imaginaries and SubjectivitiesAnnalisa MurgiaThemed Section
71Confronting Precarity in the Warhol Economy: Notes from New York CityGreig de PeuterThemed Section
71Academics, Cultural Workers and Critical Labour StudiesRosalind GillThemed Section
71Introduction: Are We All Cultural Workers Now?Brett Neilson & Mark CotéThemed Section
66Political economies of security for some time to comeDean PieridesReviews and Commentaries
65On the Symbolic Production of Digital Markets for Cultural GoodsEsteve SanzEditorials
64Banking Across Boundaries: Placing Finance in CapitalismPaul Langley Reviews and Commentaries
64Re-thinking Copyright Through the Copy in RussiaOlga SeznevaArticles
64‘Dreaming with BRICs’ Innovating the classificatory regimes of international financeLeon WanslebenArticles
64The Package as an Actor in Organic ShopsKarin Wagner Articles
64The Making of a ‘Good Deal’ Dealing with conflicting and complementary values when getting the car repaired informally in SwedenLotta Björklund LarsenThemed Section
64Competing Quality Conventions in the French Online Display Advertising MarketJean-Samuel Beuscart & Kevin MelletThemed Section
64On the Possibility of Organ Markets and the Performativity of EconomicsPhilip Roscoe Themed Section
64The Politics of Value in French Funeral Arrangements Three types of moral calculationPascale TrompetteThemed Section
64INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: VALUES AND VALUATION IN MARKET PRACTICESClaes-Fredrik Helgesson & Hans KjellbergEditorials
63An experimental democratic theory?Brice Laurent Reviews and Commentaries
63(HOW) DO DEVICES MATTER IN FINANCE?Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver & Karel WilliamsArticles
63SCRAPING THE SOCIAL? Issues in live social researchNoortje Marres & Esther WeltevredeArticles
63ANTICIPATING FAILURE Transparency devices and their effectsPenny Harvey, Madeleine Reeves & Evelyn RuppertArticles
63PROVOCATIVE CONTAINMENT AND THE DRIFT OF SOCIAL-SCIENTIFIC REALISMJavier Lezaun, Fabian Muniesa & Signe VikkelsøArticles
63DEVICES AS RITUALS Notes on enacting resistanceVicky Singleton & John LawArticles
63THE FIELDSITE AS DEVICEMatei CandeaArticles
63INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: THE DEVICEJohn Law & Evelyn RuppertEditorials
62New colours and new weight to the study of marketingClaes-Fredrik HelgessonReviews and Commentaries
62Milk, Modernity and the Making of the HumanKay Anderson Reviews and Commentaries
62FROM CIRCULATION TO ASYMMETRICAL FLOW On metaphors and global capitalismRyan GillespieArticles
62MARKET MORALITIES IN THE FIELD OF COMMERCIAL SEXLynne Pettinger Articles
62EROTIC ECONOMICSBarbara Jenkins Articles
62I DRAW THE LINE AT STRINGING PEARLS The craftswoman's imperative and hopeful economiesChristina HughesArticles
62SOCIAL NETWORKS AND CULTURAL WORKERS Towards an archive for the prosumerJennifer Pybus Articles
62ART AS WORK Rules and creative labourMartin ParkerArticles
61REVIEW ESSAY Identities and Social Change since the 1940s: The Politics of MethodTim ButlerReviews and Commentaries
61BOOK REVIEW Market Threads: How Cotton Farmers and Traders Create a Global CommodityWilliam Davies Reviews and Commentaries
61ANIMALITY AND IDEOLOGY IN CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC DISCOURSE Taxonomizing Homo economicusPaul CrosthwaiteArticles
61INVESTING IN THE FUTURE Late capitalism's end of historyAnnie McClanahanArticles
61‘BANK TALK,’ PERFORMATIVITY AND FINANCIAL MARKETSAlissa G Karl Articles
61READING THE TICKER TAPE IN THE LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN MARKETPeter KnightArticles
61AN EMOTIONAL HISTORY OF THE BUSINESS CYCLEAndrew LawsonArticles
61DESK DISEASESMichael ZakimArticles
61INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: FICTIONS OF FINANCEPeter Knight Editorials
54Cultural Studies in the Future TenseBrett NeilsonReviews and Commentaries
54REMAKING RETIREMENT INVESTORS Behavioural economics and defined-contribution occupational pensionsPaul Langley & Adam LeaverArticles
54FINANCIAL BUSINESS EDUCATION The remaking of gendered investment banking subjects in the (post-crisis) City of LondonSarah Hall & Lindsey AppleyardArticles
54REGULATING (VIRTUAL) SUBJECTS Finance, entertainment and gamesJoyce Goggin Articles
54REGENERATING MARKET ATTACHMENTS Consumer credit debt collection and the capture of affectJoe DevilleArticles
54PRODUCING OVER-INDEBTEDNESS Risk, prudence and consumer vulnerabilityDonncha MarronArticles
54SPECULATING ON CARELESS LIVES Annuitising the biofinancial subjectShaun French & James KnealeArticles
54THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND THE CULTURE OF CONTINUAL GROWTHFiona Allon & Guy ReddenArticles
54INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: FINANCIAL SUBJECTSPaul Langley & Andrew LeyshonEditorials
53REVIEW ESSAYMelanie White Reviews and Commentaries
53REVIEW ESSAY A Re-encounter with economic valueAnn-Christina LangeReviews and Commentaries
53CULTURAL WORK AND TRANSFORMATIVE ARTS The dilemmas of the Amber collectiveJohn Vail & Robert G HollandsArticles
53HELP FOR THE SOUL Pastoral power and a purpose-driven discourseGeorge SandersArticles
53COOLING OUT THE MARKS The ideology and politics of the financial crisisJason Glynos, Robin Klimecki & Hugh WillmottArticles
53DRILLING THROUGH THE ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS Liquidity, materiality and high-frequency tradingDonald MacKenzie, Daniel Beunza, Yuval Millo & Juan Pablo Pardo-GuerraArticles
53FINANCIAL ENGINEERING, NOT ECONOMIC PHOTOGRAPHY Popular discourses of finance and the layered performances of the sub-prime crisisChris Clarke Articles
52REVIEW ESSAY Liquidating corporate America: how financial leverage has changed the fundamental nature of what is valuableMartha Poon & Robert WosnitzerReviews and Commentaries
52THE ZOMBIE BANK AND THE MAGIC OF FINANCE or: how to write a history of crisisTaylor Nelms Articles
52THE 1930s AS BLACK MIRROR Visions of historical repetition in the global financial press, 2007–2009Amin Samman Articles
52SUBMARINE TELEGRAPHS, TELEGRAPH NEWS, AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 1873Dwayne WinseckArticles
52‘THE NEWS FLEW LIKE LIGHTNING’ Spreading panic in 1837Jessica LeplerArticles
52TOO BIG TO FAIL The 1499–1500 banking crisis in Renaissance VeniceJuraj Kittler Articles
52CRISIS BEFORE ECONOMY Dearth and reformation in the Tudor commonwealth, 1541–62David Landreth Articles
52INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: FINANCIAL CRISES AND PANICSMary Poovey Editorials
51Tipping the Balance Russian Legal Culture and Cash-Settled DerivativesSveta MilyaevaReviews and Commentaries
51Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and MetaphysicsChris Healy Reviews and Commentaries
51The Making of Law: An Ethnography of the Conseil d’ÉtatDavid SaundersReviews and Commentaries
51FINANCIAL SURVEILLANCE Who cares?Anthony Amicelle & Gilles Favarel-GarriguesArticles
51SECURITY CLOUDS Towards an ethical governance of surveillance in EuropeMonica den Boer & Jelle van BuurenArticles
51LLOYD'S AND THE MORAL ECONOMY OF INSURING AGAINST PIRACY Towards a politicisation of marine war risks insuranceLuis Lobo-GuerreroArticles
51DATA WARS BEYOND SURVEILLANCE Opening the black box of SwiftMara Wesseling, Marieke de Goede & Louise AmooreArticles
51REGISTRY, PRINT, RESISTANCE Data-managing the foeJosef Teboho AnsorgeArticles
51THREATPRINTS, THREADS AND TRIGGERS Imaginaries of risk in the ‘war on terror’Alexandra Hall & Jonathan MendelArticles
51INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: DATAWARSLouise Amoore & Marieke de GoedeEditorials
44MARKET AS NARRATIVE AND CHARACTER For a cultural sociology of economic lifeJeffrey C AlexanderArticles
44MULTIPLICITY JUSTIFIES CORPORATE STRATEGY The case of Stora Enso, 1990–2008Mikael Ottosson & Vasilis GalisArticles
44MAKING AND MEASURING VALUE Comparison, singularity and agency in brand valuation practiceLiz Moor & Celia Lury Articles
44THE ROLE OF SENSES AND SIGNS IN THE ECONOMY More on the centrality of materialityRichard Swedberg Articles
44SOURCES OF FINANCIAL SOCIABILITY Networks, ecological systems or diligent risk preparedness?Grahame Thompson Themed Section
44HALDANE'S GAMBIT Political arithmetic and/or a new metaphorIsmail Erturk, Julie Froud, Adam Leaver, Michael Moran & Karel WilliamsThemed Section
44COMPLEXITY THEORY AFTER THE FINANCIAL CRISIS The death of neoliberalism or the triumph of Hayek?Melinda Cooper Themed Section
44INTRODUCING ANDREW HALDANEMike Pryke Themed Section
43AFTERWORD Mobile money, money magic, purse limits and pins: tracing monetary pragmaticsBill Maurer Reviews and Commentaries
43‘THE ROOT OF ALL GOOD’ Ayn Rand's meaning of moneyJennifer Burns Articles
43THE LIQUID LIFE Money and the circulation of success after FranklinMatthew GarrettArticles
43DESIRE AND DISEASE IN THE SPECULATIVE ECONOMY A critique of the language of crisisNicky Marsh Articles
43INSURANCE, RISK AND THE LIMITS OF SENTIMENTAL REPRESENTATIONJohn O'Brien Articles
43PARALLEL JOURNEYS Adam Smith and Milton Friedman on the regulation of bankingHugh RockoffArticles
43MONEY AS ELECTRICITYAnne Mayhew Articles
43FOREWORD Commercial material flows as generators of identity symbolsArthuer Stinchcombe Editorials
43INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: BEYOND LIQUIDITYBrad Pasanek & Simone PolilloEditorials
42BOOK REVIEW Super-Senior Crash: Defaulting Concepts and the Failure of (Financial) LanguageMarc LengletReviews and Commentaries
42COMMENTARY New debates and old divides: US communication studies and the economyJoshua S. Hanan & Mark HaywardReviews and Commentaries
42COMMENTARY The machinations of managerialism: New public management and the diminishing power of professionalsSteven C Ward Reviews and Commentaries
42PATHWAYS TO CREATIVITY Self-learning and customising in/for the creative economyDaniel Ashton Articles
42BIRDS OF THE INTERNET Towards a field guide to the organization and governance of participationAdam Fish, Luis F.R. Murillo, Lilly Nguyen, Aaron Panofsky & Christopher M. KeltyArticles
42PERFORMATIVITY, CORPOREALITY AND THE POLITICS OF SHIP DISPOSALNicky GrigsonArticles
42WAGES OF SIN? Crisis and the libidinal economyAngus Cameron, Anastasia Nesvetailova & Ronen PalanArticles
41Javier Izquierdo and the methodology of realityFabian MuniesaReviews and Commentaries
41Life as Surplus: Biotechnology and Capitalism in the Neoliberal EraBrian Balmer Reviews and Commentaries
41Clinical Trials As An Industry And An Employer Of LabourMorenike Oluwatoyin Folayan & Dan AllmanReviews and Commentaries
41TRIAL BY ACCIDENT Tort law, industrial risks and the history of medical experimentMelinda Cooper Articles
41WILL HE BE THERE? Mediating malaria, immobilizing scienceAnn H Kelly Articles
41‘TRANSPORT TO WHERE?’ Reflections on the problem of value and time à propos an awkward practice in medical researchPW Geissler Articles
41‘SINCE WE ARE TAKING THE DRUGS’: Labor and value in two international drug donation programsAri SamskyArticles
41MUTUAL BENEFIT, ADDED VALUE? Doing research in the National Health ServiceCatherine M WillArticles
41INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: THE VALUE OF TRANSNATIONAL MEDICAL RESEARCHAnn H. Kelly & P. Wenzel GeisslerEditorials
33Market and Society: The Great Transformation TodayAlan ScottReviews and Commentaries
33REVIEW ESSAY On the materiality of marketsPaul Langley Reviews and Commentaries
33ENGAGING AND ALTERNATIVE CULTURAL TOURISM? The case of the Prague Fringe FestivalRobert G Hollands Articles
33WHO NEEDS CULTURAL INTERMEDIARIES INDEED? Gendered networks in the designer fashion industryMaureen Molloy & Wendy LarnerArticles
33THE DEVIL AND CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Informational capitalism and the performativity of the signHannah Knox, Damian O'Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis & Chris WestrupArticles
33BECOMING A MEASURING INSTRUMENT An ethnography of perfume consumer testingFabian Muniesa & Anne-Sophie Trébuchet-BreitwillerArticles
32‘HOW TO BUILD DISPLAYS THAT SELL’ The politics of performativity in American grocery stores (Progressive Grocer, 1929–1946)Franck CochoyArticles
32POLITICAL MARKETING Multiple values, performativities and modes of engagingHans Kjellberg & Claes-Fredrik HelgessonArticles
32PERFORMING BORDER IN THE AEGEAN On relocating political, economic and social relationsSarah Green Articles
32GIFT-GIVING OR MARKET? Economists and the performation of organ commercePhilippe Steiner Articles
32PERFORMING PHYSIOCRACY Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours and the limits of political engineeringMartin GiraudeauArticles
32PRAGMATICS AND POLITICS The case of industrial assurance in the UKLiz McFall Articles
32THE RESOURCES OF ECONOMICS Making the 1973 Oil CrisisTim MitchellArticles
32THE ‘PERFORMATIVE TURN’ IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STUDIES Towards a linguistic anthropology of ‘technology in action’Christian LicoppeSymposium
32PERFORMATIVITIES: BUTLER, CALLON AND THE MOMENT OF THEORYPaul Du Gay Symposium
32PERFORMATIVITY, MISFIRES AND POLITICSMichel Callon Symposium
32PERFORMATIVE AGENCYJudith ButlerSymposium
32INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: PERFORMATIVITY, ECONOMICS AND POLITICSFranck Cochoy, Martin Giraudeau & Liz McFallEditorials
31Capitalism's Eye: Cultural Spaces of the CommodityJo Littler Reviews and Commentaries
31Indian Ink: Script and Print in the Making of the English East India CompanySimon GunnReviews and Commentaries
31Soul-Searching in Economics: A Déjà Vu?Fabrizio FerraroReviews and Commentaries
31The Romantic Economist: Imagination in EconomicsClaes Belfrage Reviews and Commentaries
31ART-SCIENCE From public understanding to public experimentGeorgina Born & Andrew BarryThemed Section
31THE PROPER COPY The insides and outsides of domains made publicCori Hayden Themed Section
31THE POLITICAL PROPORTIONS OF PUBLIC KNOWLEDGEAlberto Corsín JiménezThemed Section
31LIBERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE CORPORATE PERSONJoshua Barkan Articles
31THE CREATIVE ASSEMBLAGE Theorizing contemporary forms of arts-based collaborationPhillip Mar & Kay Anderson Articles
31PERFORMING CALCULATION IN THE ART MARKETMarta Herrero Articles
31ENACTING OVERLAPPING MARKETS Constructing the identity of shares in investment bankingKarin Winroth, Jesper Blomberg & Hans KjellbergArticles
23TONY SOPRANO ON MANAGEMENT: the Mafia and organizational excellenceMartin ParkerReviews and Commentaries
23THE CONCEPT OF ‘ATHONIAN ECONOMY’ IN THE MONASTERY OF VATOPAIDIMichelangelo PaganopoulosArticles
23SYMBOLIC PRODUCTION AND VALUE IN MEDIA INDUSTRIESGöran BolinArticles
23BROADENING THE HORIZONS OF ECONOMYGerda RoelvinkArticles
23UNDERSTANDING ORDINARY WOMEN Advertising, consumer research and mass consumption in Britain, 1948–67Sean Nixon Articles
23MATERIAL, LITERARY NARRATIVE AND CULTURAL ECONOMY Primo Levi and the industrial short storyNicky Gregson Articles
23GOOD TASTE The embodied normativity of the consumer-citizenAnnemarie MolArticles
23THE MEANING OF PRICE IN WORLD MARKETSKoray Çal[idot]şkanArticles
21-2PROGRAMMATIC STATEMENTS AND DULL EMPIRICISM Foucault's neo-liberalism and social policyJohn Clarke Reviews and Commentaries
21-2AN ‘INDISPENSABLE HYPODERMIS’? The role of scale in The Birth of BiopoliticsStephen LeggReviews and Commentaries
21-2A TALE OF ORIGINS AND DISPARITYBarry HindessReviews and Commentaries
21-2THE POLITICS OF THEORY Producing another world, with some thoughts on LatourAndrew Pickering Articles
21-2THE POLITICS OF BOTTLED WATER Assembling bottled water as brand, waste and oilGay Hawkins Articles
21-2ON ASSEMBLAGE Indigenous knowledge and digital media (2003–2006), and HMS Investigator (1800–1805)Helen VerranArticles
21-2ASSEMBLING MEDIA CULTURE The case of mobilesGerrard Goggin Articles
21-2ASSEMBLING ART, CONSTRUCTING HERITAGE Buying and selling Titian, 1798 to 2008Helen Rees LeahyArticles
21-2REASSEMBLING NUREMBERG, REASSEMBLING HERITAGESharon MacdonaldArticles
21-2MUSEUM, FIELD, COLONY Colonial governmentality and the circulation of referenceTony BennettArticles
21-2THINKING WITH THE HEAD Race, craniometry, humanismKay Anderson & Colin PerrinArticles
21-2BRAND AS ASSEMBLAGE Assembling cultureCelia LuryArticles
21-2THE AGENCEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL BRANCH LIFE ASSURANCELiz McFallArticles
21-2THE ONTOLOGICAL POLITICS OF ‘CLOSING THE GAPS’Tim Rowse Articles
21-2BECOMING PEOPLES ‘Counting heads in Northern wilds’Evelyn RuppertArticles
21-2INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE: ASSEMBLING CULTURETony Bennett & Chris Healy Editorials
13Genres of description and interpretationJohn Frow Reviews and Commentaries
13Writing modernity: genres of the credit economyTim Newton Reviews and Commentaries
13BENEATH THE HORIZON OF CULTURAL VISIBILITY Making money work in eighteenth and nineteenth century BritainMary Poovey Articles
13DIMENSIONS OF A SOCIAL THEORY OF TASTEAlan WardeArticles
13TOWARDS THE CULTURAL CONTEXTUALIZATION OF SOCIAL DISTINCTIONJean-Pascal DalozArticles
13THE CULTURAL DISILLUSIONMENT OF SCHOOL MASSIFICATION IN FRANCE FROM 1981 TO 2003Philippe CoulangeonArticles
13REVISITING DISTINCTION Bourdieu without class?Michelle OllivierArticles
13THE MIDDLE CLASSES AND THEIR ARISTOCRATIC OTHERS Culture as nature in classification strugglesSteph LawlerArticles
13Introduction to Special Issue: Cultural Consumption, Classification and PowerAlan WardeEditorials
12Rethinking cultural economy: pragmatics and politics?Liz McFallReviews and Commentaries
12Branding and Belonging: globalised goods and national identityJohn Sinclair Articles
12Has Elvis Left the Building?: the rise – and fall(?) – of celebrity fund managersJanice Traflet & Elton McGounArticles
12Creativity, Capital and Tacit Knowledge: The Crawford Agency and British advertising in the interwar yearsStefan SchwarzkopfArticles
12Mediations in FashionJulie SommerlundArticles
12Hansel and Gretel at the Grocery Store: Progressive Grocer and the little American consumers (1929–1959)Franck CochoyArticles
12Max Weber and the Moral Economy of the OfficePaul du Gay Articles
12Corporate Governance and ImpossibilismIsmail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver, David Shammai & Karel WilliamsArticles
11REVIEW ESSAY Re-imagining marketsDaniel BeunzaReviews and Commentaries
11‘OTHERWISE ENGAGED’ Culture, deviance and the quest for connectivity through road constructionPenny Harvey & Hannah KnoxArticles
11RESOCIALIZING FINANCE? OR DRESSING IT IN MUFTI? Calculating alternatives for cultural economiesBill MaurerArticles
11CALCULATING ECONOMIC LIFEPeter MillerArticles
11LOCATING THE DOMAIN OF CALCULATIONTheodore M PorterArticles
11GOVERNING SOCIETY The story of two monstersMitchell DeanArticles
11THE MATERIAL PRACTICES OF GLAMOURNigel Thrift Articles
11EDITORIAL Culture/economy/socialTony Bennett, Liz McFall & Mike PrykeEditorials