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Number of items: 9.

2013

Allen, John and Pryke, Michael (2013). Financializing household water: Thames water, MEIF, and 'ring-fenced' politics. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 6(3) pp. 419–439.

2012

Pryke, Michael (2012). Joining the dots. Cultural Anthropology Online file

2011

Pryke, Michael D. (2011). Geographies of economic growth: money and finance. In: Lee, Roger; Leyshon, Andrew; McDowell, Linda and Sunley, Peter eds. SAGE handbook of economic geography. London: Sage, pp. 286–302. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2010

Pryke, Michael D. (2010). Money's eyes: the visual preparation of financial markets. Economy and Society, 39(4) pp. 427–459.

2007

Pryke, Michael and du Gay, Paul (2007). Take an issue: cultural economy and finance. Economy and Society, 36(3) pp. 339–354.

Pryke, Michael (2007). Geomeoney: an option on frost, going long on clouds. Geoforum, 38(3) pp. 576–588.

2006

Pryke, Michael (2006). Counting: finance, debt, banking and the global casino. In: Douglas, Ian; Huggett, Richard and Perkins, Chris eds. Companion Encyclopedia of Geography: from Local to Global, second edition. London: Routledge, pp. 887–903.

2002

Pryke, Michael and Du Gay, Paul (2002). Property companies and the remaking of markets: stories from the 1990s. In: Guy, Simon and Henneberry, John eds. Development and Developers. Real Estate Issues. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 267–284.

Du Gay, Paul and Pryke, Michael eds. (2002). Cultural economy: cultural analysis and commercial life. Culture, Representation and Identity Series. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

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