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9780198832379

Global Wealth Chains Asset Strategies in the World Economy

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    9780198832379

  • ISBN10:

    0198832370

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2022-10-31
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography


Leonard Seabrooke, Professor of International Political Economy and Economic Sociology, Copenhagen Business School,Duncan Wigan, Professor MSO of International Political Economy, Copenhagen Business School

Leonard Seabrooke is Professor of International Political Economy and Economic Sociology in the Department of Organization at Copenhagen Business School, and Research Professor at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. His work is known for its interdisciplinarity, drawing on political economy, economic sociology, international relations, and organization studies. His current research concentrates on transnational professionals across a range of cases, from finance and tax experts, to consultants, sustainability experts, and others. Seabrooke's work has appeared in leading journals, including American Sociological Review, Annual Review of Sociology, Governance, Public Administration, Review of International Political Economy, and many others.

Duncan Wigan is Professor MSO of International Political Economy in the Department of Organization at Copenhagen Business School. His work has focused on innovation and governance in financial markets, corporate organization, and activism for economic justice. His current research concentrates on issues of international taxation, intangible capital, and expert-activism. His work has appeared in leading journals, including Economy & Society, New Political Economy, Regulation & Governance, Review of International Political Economy, and many others.

Table of Contents


1. Asset Strategies in Global Wealth Chains, Leonard Seabrooke and Duncan Wigan
2. Public Utilities, Colin Haslam, Adam Leaver, and Nick Tsitsianis
3. Tax Treaties, Martin Hearson
4. Advance Pricing Agreements, Matti Ylönen
5. Intangibles, Dick Bryan, Mike Rafferty, and Duncan Wigan
6. Private Equity, Jamie Morgan
7. Beer and Pharmaceuticals, Mie Højris Dahl
8. Food, Verónica Grondona, and Martín Burgos
9. Art, Oddný Helgadóttir
10. Family Generations, Mariana Santos
11. Transparency, Rasmus Corlin Christensen
12. Mining, Saila Stausholm
13. Legal Opinion, Clair Quentin
14. Articulating Global Wealth Chains, Leonard Seabrooke and Duncan Wigan

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