Money/Space: Geographies of Monetary Transformation

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 2, 1997 - Social Science - 424 pages
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Bringing together in one volume the most important writings of Andrew Leyshon and Nigel Thrift on money and finance, including the unpublished classic "Sexy-Greedy" this collection examines the economic, social and cultural manifestations that go to make up the multiple vision of money.
Money, it seems is the great God of our age. It is also an economy, a sociology, an anthropolgy and a geography. Linking money with the emergent patterns of global spatial order. Money/Space analyses the restructuring of financial markets in a range of spatial scales; global, national and local.

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Andrew Leyshon, PhD, Reader in Geography, University of Bristol, UK
David Matless, PhD, Lecturer in Geography, University of Nottingham, UK
and George Revill, PhD, Lecturer in Geography, Oxford Brookes University, UK

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