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Financial Derivatives and the Globalization of Risk (Paperback) - Edward Lipuma, Benjamin Lee
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[EAN: 9780822334187], Neubuch, [PU: Duke University Press, United States], Political Science|Economic Conditions, Political Science|Globalization, Political Science|International Relations|General, Business & Economics|Decision-Making & Problem Solving, Business & Economics|Finance, Business & Economics|Investments & Securities, Language: English . Brand New Book. The market for financial derivatives--including currency swaps, stock options, and commodities futures--is far and away the largest and most powerful market in the world, and it is growing exponentially. In 1970 the yearly valuation of financial derivatives was probably only a few million dollars. By 1980 the sum had swollen to nearly one hundred million dollars. By 1990 it had climbed to nearly one hundred billion dollars, and in 2000 it approached one hundred trillion. Created and sustained by a small number of European and American banks, corporations, and hedge funds, the derivatives market has an enormous influence on the economies of nations, because it controls the price of money. Derivatives bought and sold by computer keystrokes in London and New York affect the price of housing in Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, and Buenos Aires. Arguing that social theorists concerned with globalization must familiarize themselves with the mechanisms of a world economy based on the rapid circulation of capital, Edward LiPuma and Benjamin Lee provide a concise introduction to financial derivatives. LiPuma and Lee describe the derivative as the primary financial instrument of a global economy based on the circulation of a large, voracious pool of speculative capital and an extremely abstract notion of risk. Emphasizing the relation--or lack of relation--of derivatives to production-oriented, labour-based economies, LiPuma and Lee trace the implications of today s culture of financial circulation for the ongoing construction of democratic governance across the postcolonial divide. While regional crises and spectacular corporate failures--including the collapse of Argentina s peso and the demise of the Enron Corporation--periodically put derivatives trading in the news, LiPuma and Lee seek to catalyze sustained cultural analysis of its staggering social and economic effects.

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The market for financial derivatives is far and away the largest and most powerful market in the world, and it is growing exponentially. In 1970 the yearly valuation of financial derivatives was only a few million dollars. By 1980 the sum had swollen to nearly one hundred million dollars. By 1990 it had climbed to almost one hundred billion dollars, and in 2000 it approached one hundred trillion. Created and sustained by a small number of European and American banks, corporations, and hedge funds, the derivatives market has an enormous impact on the economies of nations--particularly poorer nations--because it controls the price of money. Derivatives bought and sold by means of computer keystrokes in London and New York affect the price of food, clothing, and housing in Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, and Buenos Aires. Arguing that social theorists concerned with globalization must familiarize themselves with the mechanisms of a world economy based on the rapid circulation of capital, Edward LiPuma and Benjamin Lee offer a concise introduction to financial derivatives. LiPuma and Lee explain how derivatives are essentially wagers--often on the fluctuations of national currencies--based on models that aggregate and price risk. They describe how these financial instruments are changing the face of capitalism, undermining the power of nations and perpetrating a new and less visible form of domination on postcolonial societies. As they ask: How does one know about, let alone demonstrate against, an unlisted, virtual, offshore corporation that operates in an unregulated electronic space using a secret proprietary trading strategy to buy and sell arcane financial instruments? LiPuma and Lee provide a necessary look at the obscure but consequential role of financial derivatives in the global economy. Financial Derivatives and the Globalization of Risk Lipuma, Edward / Lee, Benjamin / Edward Lipuma, Duke University Press

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The market for financial derivatives is far and away the largest and most powerful market in the world, and it is growing exponentially. In 1970 the yearly valuation of financial derivatives was only a few million dollars. By 1980 the sum had swollen to nearly one hundred million dollars. By 1990 it had climbed to almost one hundred billion dollars, and in 2000 it approached one hundred trillion. Created and sustained by a small number of European and American banks, corporations, and hedge funds, the derivatives market has an enormous impact on the economies of nations-particularly poorer nations-because it controls the price of money. Derivatives bought and sold by means of computer keystrokes in London and New York affect the price of food, clothing, and housing in Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, and Buenos Aires. Arguing that social theorists concerned with globalization must familiarize themselves with the mechanisms of a world economy based on the rapid circulation of capital, Edward LiPuma and Benjamin Lee offer a concise introduction to financial derivatives.LiPuma and Lee explain how derivatives are essentially wagers-often on the fluctuations of national currencies-based on models that aggregate and price risk. They describe how these financial instruments are changing the face of capitalism, undermining the power of nations and perpetrating a new and less visible form of domination on postcolonial societies. As they ask: How does one know about, let alone d accounting and finance,business and finance,business and investing,economic conditions,economics,futures,globalization,international,international and world politics,international relations Accounting & Finance, Duke University Press Books

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Financial Derivatives and the Globalization of Risk The market for financial derivatives - including currency swaps, stock options, and commodities futures - is far and away the largest and most powerful market in the world, and it is growing exponentially. In 1970 the yearly valuation of financial derivatives was probably only a few million dollars. Bücher / Schule & Lernen / Lexika & Wörterbücher / Fachlexika & Enzyklopädien 978-0-8223-3418-7, Duke University Press

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Financial Derivatives and the Globalization of Risk
Autor:

Lipuma, Edward; Lee, Benjamin; Edward Lipuma

Titel:

Financial Derivatives and the Globalization of Risk

ISBN-Nummer:

0822334186

Cultural studies exploration of the implications of the circulation of increasingly abstract forms of capital in the contemporary global economy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780822334187
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0822334186
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: DUKE UNIV PR
224 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,241 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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