Michel Callon, Yuval Millo, Fabian Muniesa
Wiley, Nov 12, 2007 - Social Science - 326 pages
A set of novel contributions exploring the sociology of ‘market devices’ - the analysis of the various sorts of technical instruments that intervene in the shaping and reshaping of markets.
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