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The Limits of Performativity: Politics of the Modern Economy

Abstract : The economy is commonly described either as the apolitical realm of calculation or as the fully political one of domination. This book scrutinizes the ways in which the economy is performed, in order to situate where precisely politics is located with regard to economic matters. Politics, the book demonstrates, thus appears at the turning point, in the place where the efficiency of economics is negotiated and where the need to forward it, reshape it, and complement it emerges. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Cultural Economy.
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Franck Cochoy, Martin Giraudeau, Mcfall Liz. The Limits of Performativity: Politics of the Modern Economy. Routledge, pp.180, 2015. ⟨hal-03165076⟩



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