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Die Wiederverzauberung des Finanzmarkts: Gemeinschaft, Mythos und Moral

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  • Norberg, Peter

    () (Dept. of Business Administration, Stockholm School of Economics)

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Technologie hat dazu beigetragen, was Max Weber die Entzauberung der Welt nannte. Angestellte riskieren ihrer Sinnerfahrung in der arbeit beraubt zu werden. momentan beobachten wir das Magie, Moral und Erzählungen in Unternehmungen Einzug halten. Wiederverzauberung ist eine verbreiteter aber weitestgehend verringerter Vorgang, der das ende der industriellen Gesellschaft kennzeichnet und sich auch auf der Finanzmarkt ausweitet. Dieses Stück Forschung interessiert sich für die Mentalität und die Kultur der Finanzmärkte. Es hat auch ein makro-soziologisches Element im Umgang mit der Rationalisierung der Gesellschaft. Drei Hauptaspekte der Wiederverzauberung werden studiert; Gemeinschaft, Mythos und Moral.

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  • Norberg, Peter, 2004. "Die Wiederverzauberung des Finanzmarkts: Gemeinschaft, Mythos und Moral," SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Business Administration 2004:16, Stockholm School of Economics, revised 15 Aug 2005.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhb:hastba:2004_016
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