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Creativity Policy: Conserving Neoliberalism’s Other in a Market Assemblage?

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Regulating the Geographies of Market Making: Offshore Renminbi Markets in London’s International Financial District
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Calming Speculative Traffic: Towards and Infrastructural Theory of Financial Markets
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The Marketsite: A New Conceptualization of Market Spatiality
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Information Policy and the Spatial Constitution of Digital Geographic Information Markets
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