Negotiating Global Finance

  title={Negotiating Global Finance},
  author={Pieter Lagerwaard},
  journal={Journal of Cultural Economy},
  pages={564 - 581}
  • P. Lagerwaard
  • Published 30 June 2015
  • Economics
  • Journal of Cultural Economy
This paper delineates how stockbrokers in Mumbai negotiate (contest, reconcile and appropriate) global finance. In recent years, the social studies of finance have grown profoundly, enhancing our understanding of finance across disciplinary boundaries. However, the way in which global finance is practised by local stockbrokers in non-western financial markets has received minor attention. Even though the Mumbai financial market is comparatively small, it is an instructive case due to a… 
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