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Karen Ho: Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street. Show all authors. Henry L. Tosi1. Henry L. Tosi. 1Department of Management University of Florida. Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street. By Karen Ho. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. Pp. $ (paper). Mitchel Y. Abolafia. University at Albany. comes closest to recognizing the messiness of cultural production, and his account is persuasive. Nevertheless, Welky's overall book is unsatisfying in three .


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In her Liquidated, Karen Ho reports on her three years of ethnography at Wall. Street Ho departs from two observations whose relation makes up for a paradox. Review of Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street. Karen Ho. Durham, NC: Duke. University Press, Samuel Weeks. Department of Anthropology. Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street by Ho, Karen. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, Samuel Weeks. E-mail address.

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The intelligence of its author shines through Liquidated I found it rewarding to read and reflect on, a landmark in the burgeoning anthropology of money. She connects well the main theme throughout any areas of the book. Ho's views should not be considered 'anti-Wall Street' but viewed as an analysis of Wall Street's effect on the American community and the financial markets. This book should be read by Wall Street investment bankers and corporate managers to better understand the social values and responsibilities of corporations and the role that they play in the American community.

As field-sites go, Wall Street is not classic anthropological territory: Ho nevertheless embarked on her study in classic anthropological manner: That patient ethnographic analysis has produced a fascinating portrait that will be refreshingly novel to most bankers. Her ethnography of investment bankers in the late s, Liquidated, depicts the bravado, callousness, and contradictions that are the hallmarks of investment banking culture. Abolafia American Journal of Sociology "The book's great strength lies in Ho's careful observation of the means by which people succeed or fail on Wall Street, as she punctures many of the assumptions about how markets work.

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