Economies of Signs and Space

Economies of Signs and Space

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“Scott Lash and John Urry's book is an ambitious and provocative account of the transformations that are convulsing ‘economies’ and ‘societies’ at the end of the 20th century…. Lash and Urry offer a lucid critique of conceptions of economies and societies as bounded systems and also demonstrate the intricate imbrications of politico-economic and sociocultural processes…. This is a feast of a book: rich in ideas, bursting with theoretical insights and empirical details, and outlining an immensely challenging political intellectual agenda for the end of the century and beyond.” --Contemporary Sociology “This book is a tour de force. The portrait it draws of an increasingly reflexive world of flows is a major contribution to our understanding of society and space.” --Nigel Thrift, University of Bristol “The ...

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