"Frontiers of Capital" brings together ethnographies exploring how cultural practices and social relations have been altered by the radical economic and technological innovations of the New Economy. The contributors, most of whom are anthropologists, investigate changes in the practices and interactions of future traders, Chinese entrepreneurs, residents of French housing projects, women working on Wall Street, cable television programmers, and others.
|Place of Publication||Durham|
|Publisher||Duke University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- information society, economic aspects
- social change
- culture, economic aspects