- Title Pages
- Figures and tables
- Series editor’s foreword
1Introduction: ethnography, history and the vagaries of research
2History: from the Bank of Scotland’s origins to HBOS and crisis
3Theory: explaining financial crisis and conceptualising capitalism
4Culture: nations, banks and the organisation of power and social life
5Change: discourses of agency and progress in organisational change
6Identity: struggles with personhood, nationhood and professional virtue
7Comparison: doing ethnography and thinking comparatively
- Salvage Ethnography in the Financial Sector
- Manchester University Press
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