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Political economy of financial derivatives: a theoretical analysis of the evolution of banking and its role in derivatives markets

@inproceedings{Lindo2013PoliticalEO,
  title={Political economy of financial derivatives: a theoretical analysis of the evolution of banking and its role in derivatives markets},
  author={Duncan Lindo},
  year={2013}
}
ions can legitimately be made in various different ways that result in different insights into the real world that is being observed. First, the method here conceives of the world as being in perpetual motion. 46 This means that things should be conceived as moments in a process, with understanding where they spring from and where they are headed an integral part of understanding what they are now, making this methodology perfectly suited to explaining how banks came to be derivatives dealers… Expand
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