By Brett Christophers
This compelling contribution to modern debates in regards to the banking deals a distinct viewpoint on its geographical and conceptual ‘placement’. It strains the evolving hyperlinks among the 2, revealing how our notions of banking ‘productiveness’ have advanced along the moving loci of banking activity.
- An unique contribution to the pressing debates occurring on banking sparked by way of the present financial trouble
- Offers a distinct viewpoint at the geographical and social suggestion of ‘placement’ of the banking industry
Combines theoretical ways from political financial system with modern literature at the performativity of economics
Details the globalization of Western banking, and analyzes how representations of the banking sector’s productivity have shifted during the evolution of Western financial theory
- Analyzes the social conceptualization of the character – and cost – of the banking industry
- Illuminates not just how financial rules ‘perform’ and form the industrial international, yet how these principles are themselves consistently items of specific monetary realities
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Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 28 W O R L D S A PA R T On the contrary: all manner of different perspectives on the contribution of banks and financial intermediation have been offered up at different times and in different places, and it behooves us to treat these with the same seriousness as those which happen to enjoy pre-eminence in the narrow historical-geographical conjuncture that is the early twenty-first century here-and-now. Second, and related to this point, is a question of understanding.
607–633. 42 See especially K. Cole, J. Cameron and C. Edwards, Why Economists Disagree: The Political Economy of Economics, Longman, London, 1983. 43 G. 15. 44 In this respect I have been influenced in particular by the important collection Value and the World Economy Today (Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2003) edited by Richard Westra and Alan Zuege, and my book is written with the same underlying conviction – that value theory matters – as those essays. 45 S. 141. On the analytical inextricability of international banking and international finance, see also R.
Thrift, Money/space: Geographies of Monetary Transformation, Routledge, London, 1997. B. 95, citing Leyshon and N. xv. S. Resnick and R. 56–62. D. 268. 56 (original emphasis). 24 INTRODUCTION 39 L. 107–113. 40 J. 211–237. g. Block and Burns, “Productivity”; C. 607–633. 42 See especially K. Cole, J. Cameron and C. Edwards, Why Economists Disagree: The Political Economy of Economics, Longman, London, 1983. 43 G. 15. 44 In this respect I have been influenced in particular by the important collection Value and the World Economy Today (Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2003) edited by Richard Westra and Alan Zuege, and my book is written with the same underlying conviction – that value theory matters – as those essays.