Last edited by Samule
Sunday, August 9, 2020 | History

6 edition of Financialization At Work found in the catalog.

Financialization At Work

Key Texts and Analysis

by Ismail; Erturk

  • 137 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Accounting - Financial,
  • Finance,
  • Business & Economics / Accounting / Financial,
  • Corporate & Business History - General,
  • Financial engineering,
  • Financial services industry

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10205571M
    ISBN 100415417317
    ISBN 109780415417310

    TY - BOOK. T1 - Financialization at Work. T2 - Key Texts and Commentary. AU - Froud, J. AU - Erturk, I. AU - Johal, S. AU - Leaver, A. AU - Williams, KCited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

      this book is unexpectedly great. it's 5 years old, so it it does feel a bit dated, as it predates the rise of left-wing political movements in the last few years (which might challenge some of the book's conclusions) and, more trivially, the emergence of Pokemon Go (there's a whole chapter on Pokemon and financialisation). it's definitely an academic book, with the sorts of citations and /5. The team of editors work together on financialization and financial innovation. Their most recent book, Financialization and Strategy (Froud et al), was published by Routledge in and current projects include work on elites for a Sociological Review monograph.

      the post has two assignment 1:Agency theory and the value maximizing manger, whose company is it anyway? Order Description Gbe The subject is global business environment, the study guide I the book, Financialization at Work,Key texts and commentary, Edited by, Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams, ISBN   Empirical work has looked at more specific impacts. Much of the macroeconomic literature on financialization concerns the impact of financialization on crucial macroeconomic outcomes, such as economic growth, investment, productivity growth, employment, stability and income : Merula Furtado.


Share this book
You might also like
Statistical yearbook for Asia and the Pacific

Statistical yearbook for Asia and the Pacific

S-matrix for broadening of helium spectral lines by helium perturbers

S-matrix for broadening of helium spectral lines by helium perturbers

On a Shoestring to Coorg

On a Shoestring to Coorg

Legal issues in managing difficult employees.

Legal issues in managing difficult employees.

Elliptic curves over number fields with prescribed reduction type

Elliptic curves over number fields with prescribed reduction type

Kontakte

Kontakte

SUMANs Oxford illustrated dictionary

SUMANs Oxford illustrated dictionary

Bibliography of U.S. Geological Survey reports on the water resources of Florida, 1886-1989

Bibliography of U.S. Geological Survey reports on the water resources of Florida, 1886-1989

Violence against women in Bangladesh, 2002

Violence against women in Bangladesh, 2002

Frenchs parades

Frenchs parades

Traveling from New Spain to Mexico

Traveling from New Spain to Mexico

A short narrative of the life and actions of His Grace John, D. of Marlborough

A short narrative of the life and actions of His Grace John, D. of Marlborough

Dr. Abravanels/diet

Dr. Abravanels/diet

Background to childrens books.

Background to childrens books.

Dreams that remain

Dreams that remain

Sick room altar manual

Sick room altar manual

The Ministry to the Divorced

The Ministry to the Divorced

Financialization At Work by Ismail; Erturk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Their most recent book, Financialization and Strategy (Froud et al), was published by Routledge in and current projects include work on elites for a Sociological Review monograph. They are all researchers at the ESRC Centre for Research in Socio Cultural Change () where Karel Williams is : Paperback.

Social scientists began debating financialization in the late s much as they debated globalizsation in the s, and this important book prepares the way by allowing readers to (re)define financialization.

Her book presents a convincing set of arguments both for how consultancy firms produce financialized subjects and why an ethical basis is needed for this work. It will provoke wide-ranging, interdisciplinary debates about how to assess financialization and its effects on everyday work.”Author: Kimberly Chong.

Their most recent book, Financialization and Strategy (Froud et al), was published by Routledge in and current projects include work on elites for a Sociological Review monograph. They are all researchers at the ESRC Centre for Research in Socio Cultural.

Financialization At Work: Key Texts And Commentary Book   May   with  1, Reads  How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title.

Financialization At Work book “Financialization is a process whereby financial markets, financial institutions, and financial elites gain greater influence over economic policy and economic outcomes.

Financialization transforms the functioning of economic systems at both the macro and micro level” ().Cited by: Financialization at Work by Ismail Erturk and co-editors (), whose selection of contributions reveals the grounding of the concept in the history of economic thought.

Erturk et al. took cues from John Maynard Keynes, early 20 th century economic historian and philosopher R.H. Tawney. This book explores the process of financialization whereby economies are increasingly dominated by finance capital. This process is characterized by rising income inequality, wage stagnation, increased indebtedness, a rising financial sector share of profits, and tendencies to generate asset price bubbles/5.

`Financialization is a central and shaping feature of the world economy in the current period of liberalization of financial markets and trade. Financialization and the World Economy offers a series of expert, well-informed, critical studies of this phenomenon which explore its risks and by: Downloadable.

Financialization is a process whereby financial markets, financial institutions and financial elites gain greater influence over economic policy and economic outcomes.

Financialization transforms the functioning of economic system at both the macro and micro levels. Its principal impacts are to (1) elevate the significance of the financial sector relative to the real sector; (2. Their most recent book, Financialization and Strategy (Froud et al), was published by Routledge in and current projects include work on elites for a Sociological Review monograph.

They are all researchers at the ESRC Centre for Research in Socio Cultural Change () where Karel Williams is : Paperback. Financialization at Work by Ismail Erturk and co-editors (), whose selection of contributions reveals the grounding of the concept in the history of economic thought.

Erturk et al. took cues. Financialization at Work Book Summary: Crisis with US sub-prime mortgages, paralysis in global credit markets and the run on Northern Rock all wake-up calls to the growing influence of finance and financial markets on the lives of ordinary people.

Social scientists began debating financialization in the late s much as they debated globalizsation in the s, and this important book. Their most recent book, Financialization and Strategy (Froud et al), was published by Routledge in and current projects include work on elites for a Sociological Review monograph.

They are all researchers at the ESRC Centre for Research in Socio Cultural Change () where Karel Williams is : Ismail Erturk. M3 - Book. BT - Financialization at Work: key texts and commentary.

PB - Routledge. ER - Find an expert. Search for researchers: Search for research: School of Business and Management home. Research. Profile. Researchers Publications Projects Royal Holloway, University of London Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX T: +44 (0. The book begins by presenting basic data on the distributional implications of financialization.

Part two focuses on financialization in the context of the US economy, with discussion of the relationship between financialization and non-financial corporations, the stock market bubble, and the evolution of. the book’s combination of breadth and depth suggests it will remain a standard work for heterodox students for some time.

It quite correctly puts financialization at the center of the political economy of our time. I highly recommend Financialization Reviews: 1. Part of theSocial Work Commons This Book Note is brought to you for free and open access by the Social Work at ScholarWorks at WMU.

For more information, please contact @ Recommended Citation () "Financialization of Daily Martin.,"The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol.

Iss. 4, Article Financialization is a process whereby financial markets, financial institutions, and financial elites gain greater influence over economic policy and economic outcomes. Financialization transforms the functioning of economic systems at both the macro and micro levels.

Its principal impacts are to (1) elevate the significance of the financial sector. The team of editors work together on financialization and financial innovation. Their most recent book, Financialization and Strategy (Froud et al), was published by Routledge in and current projects include work on elites for a Sociological Review : Ismail Erturk.

“In this timely and long-awaited book, Harry Cleaver illuminates Marx’s categories of class struggle and sharpens our critical understanding of contemporary processes of financialization.

Harry never loses focus on two grounding aspects of our lives in common: the struggle against capital’s imposition of work, and the creation of non 5/5(1).

The final section offers ideas for policy responses, including capital controls and securities transaction taxes."--BOOK JACKET.Building on earlier work, Crotty explores the impact of financialization on these crucial institutions in the context of the relatively slow global growth of aggregate demand (apart from China and India).

Using the case of the US economy, Crotty argues that financialization has had a profound and largely negative impact on the operations of US non.