Making Things Valuable (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
306
Utgivningsdatum
2015-08-13
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Medarbetare
Justesen, Lise / Koed Madsen, Anders / Mouritsen, Jan
Illustrationer
illustrations
Dimensioner
236 x 160 x 23 mm
Vikt
568 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780198712282

Making Things Valuable

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This book provides insights into the process of valuation. Valuing is understood as a plural activity where 'pricing' things is just one way of signifying value. Socio-economic reality is constituted through different 'orders of worth' that are grounded in the way people 'praise' and 'prize' things.
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Anders Koed Madsen is Assistant Professor at Aalborg University Copenhagen, where he is part of the Techno Anthropoligy Reseach Group. Drawing on his background in philosophy, new media studies and organizational theory, Anders does research on the way new forms of digital data and analytical software set new conditions for the production of knowledge in public and private organizations as well as in academia. In order to explore this question, he is simultaneously engaged in experimenting with digital methods and anlyzing organizations working with similar techniques. Theoretically Anders is inspired by various strands of Science and Technology Studies as well as different versions of pragmatic theory.

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Introduction ; CALCULATING, COMMENSURATING ; 1. Now You See It, Now You Don't: Valuing and Relations of Visibility and Invisibility ; 2. Value in the Age of Doubt: An Accounting Perspective ; FRAMING, FIGURING OUT ; 3. Rating Reports as Figuring Devices: How CRAs Build Scenarios of the Future ; 4. Subitizing Practices and Market Decisions. The Role of Simple Graphs in Business Settings ; MODELLING, ASSEMBLING ; 5. Valuation devices: Business Models and the Renewal of Markets ; 6. Valuable Assemblages - or Assembling Values ; DECISION-MAKING, SEARCHING ; 7. Valuation Devices' Orientation to Each Other. The Case of Investor Analysts' Composition of Corporate Social and Environmental Performance ; 8. What is a Catastrophe Model Worth? The (E)valuative Practices of Cat Analysts in Insurance Companies ; STABILIZING, INSTITUTIONALIZING ; 9. Making Things Economic: From Calculation to Switching ; 10. The Politics of Value and Economies of Worth: A Case Study of 'Conflict-Free' Gold ; VISUALIZING, TRACING ; 11. Notes on the Drama of Objectual Valuation ; 12. Tracing Data - Paying Attention: Digital Methods as an evaluative mode of seeing