Journal of Cultural Economy

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Cultural Economy is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Pitching agri-food tech: performativity and non-disruptive disruption in Silicon Valley27
From selling songs to engineering experiences: exploring the competitive strategies of music streaming platforms23
Biopolitical platforms: the perverse virtues of digital labour22
Umbrella platform of Tencent eSports industry in China19
The fabrication of environmental intangibles as a questionable response to environmental problems18
Neo-colonial credit: FinTech platforms in Africa18
‘Level up your money game’: an analysis of gamification discourse in financial services17
Financial contagion: problems of proximity and connectivity in financial markets15
The making of the corporate carbon footprint: the politics behind emission scoping15
Enrolling into exclusion: African blockchain and decolonial ambitions in an evolving finance/security infrastructure15
Infrastructural power: discretion and the dynamics of infrastructure in action14
FinTech and women’s entrepreneurship in Africa: the case of Burkina Faso and Cameroon14
Whose money? Digital remittances, mobile money and fintech in Ghana14
Fintech urbanism in the startup capital of Africa10
Tracking lives, forging markets10
The myths and legends of king Satoshi and the knights of blockchain10
Negotiating platformisation: MusicTech, intellectual property rights and third wave platform reintermediation in the music industry9
A market infrastructure for environmental intangibles: the materiality and challenges of index insurance for agriculture in Senegal9
The financialization of social policy and the politicization of student debt in Chile9
Conservation, finance, bureaucrats: managing time and space in the production of environmental intangibles8
Tales of carbon offsets: between experiments and indulgences?8
Between a knock at the door and a knock to your score: re-thinking ‘governing through debt’ through the hopeful ‘imaginaries’ of UK debtors8
Experiments in co-modification: a relational take on the becoming of commodities and the making of market value7
Platformizing Ubuntu? FinTech, Inclusion, and Mutual Help in Africa7
The politics of value revisited: commodities, assets, and the gifts of nature7
Valuing value in urban live music ecologies: negotiating the impact of live music in the Netherlands7
When tales of money fail: the importance of price, trust, and sociality for cryptocurrency users7
Financial untouchability: a polysemic narrative of digital financial inclusion in Modi’s India7
FinTech in Africa: an editorial introduction6
Playing Spotify’s game: artists’ approaches to playlisting in Latin America6
Consumption work in household circular economy activities: findings from a cultural probe experiment6
Crafting values: economies, ethics and aesthetics of artistic valuation6
Holding on to and letting go of seed: quasi-commodities and the passage of property6
Deleuze in the wild: making philosophy matter for fintech5
Managing oil theft: socio-material relations, debt, and disruption in Southeastern Turkey5
The Round Table on Responsible Soy’s Landnahme: converting sustainable practices into tradable intangibles to protect the environment5
High net-worth attachments: emotional labour, relational work, and financial subjectivities in private wealth management5
Doing economics otherwise, from one crisis to the next5
The artist Karl Marx and the auctioned god: ‘post-practice’ ethnographies of the art world, impossible collaborations, and renewable anthropologies5
Platform sabotage5
Deep time financing? ‘Generational' responsibilities andthe problem of rendez-vousin the U.S. nuclear waste programme5
The mutability of economic things5
Individual pension decision-making in a financialised landscape: a typology of everyday approaches4
Curating disaster: a way to turn science into action in times of the Corona pandemic4
Finding the sweet spot: critiquing a cultural ecosystems approach to civic cultural strategy making4
Economic under-determination: industrial competitiveness and free allowances in the European carbon market4
The significance of boring FinTech: technology imaginaries and value vernaculars in established banks4
The financialization of anti-capitalism? The case of the ‘Financial Independence Retire Early’ community4
Mapping the intermediate: lived technologies of money and value4
Fintech and tax in Sub-Saharan Africa: taxation versus financial inclusion4
Derivative character investments: social impact bonds as path-changing devices3
Trading with risk: associating bovine Tuberculosis to cattle commodities in risk-based trading3
The frontier in heterogeneous time: finance, temporality, and an economic zone on hold3
Cultural work and contributive justice3
What was the project? Thoughts on genre and the project form3
Finance: cultural or political?3
Introduction: the tale as a special discourse vehicle3
Creative industries micro-enterprises and informality: a case study of the Shweshwe sewing industry in South Africa3
Sites of qualification: the motorcycle rider airbag and the production of safety3
Mediating and mapping climate risk: micro-insurance and earth observation3
How app companies use GitHub: on modes of valuation in the digital attention economy3
Murky moralities: performing markets in a charitable food aid organization3
Commodity and the commons: accumulations of capital on the space frontier3
Anti-Crisis: thinking with and against crisis excerpt from interview with Janet Roitman3
Does social media pay for music artists? Quantitative evidence on the co-evolution of social media, streaming and live music3
Speculating on precarious income: finance cultures and the risky strategies of healthy volunteers in clinical drug trials3
‘A video or a flat fee?’ on the performances of concert fees3
Working for your own folks: the microeconomics of social media3
The curious case of tweeting an Aadhaar number: trust/mistrust in security practices of public data infrastructures2
Negotiating smuggling: tribes, debt, and the informal economy in Turkish Kurdistan2
From reactivity to reputation management: online consumer review systems in the restaurant industry2
Legitimation crisis in contemporary technoscientific capitalism2
New financializations, old displacements: neo-extractivism, ‘whitening’, and consumption in Latin America2
The figural space of the business simulacrum: examining an educative change management simulation2
Biowaste as fluid matter: valuing biogas and biofertilisers as assets in the Finnish biogas sector2
Pardoning Kaçak : politics of building amnesties and the making of the (im)moral urban economy in Istanbul2
Debt trails: following relations of debt across borrowers, organizations, and states2
Securing participation in global pork production networks: biosecurity, multispecies entanglements, and the politics of domestication practices2
Kaçak as a mode of feeling and being: sovereignty, fantasy, and the undercommons2
Spectrally shape-shifting: biometrics, fintech and the corporate-state in India2
From rag market to creative economy: interview with Angela McRobbie2
Storying Indigenous cryptocurrency: reckoning with the ghosts of US settler colonialism in the cultural economy2
Distributed accountability: picking a carbon price for cost–benefit analysis2
Contract as frontier device, or, the political publics of water infrastructures2
The interpretive and relational work of financial innovation: a resemblance of assurance in Islamic finance2
The engineering of stock market indices: winners and losers2
Digitizing other markets: lessons from the Bush Internet of Island Melanesia2
Financial frontiers: borders, conversions, enclosures2
What is a financial frontier?2
Partners in crime: smuggling economies ( Kaçak/Qaçax ) and human-animal collaborations in Turkey’s Kurdish borderlands2
Stack bricolage and infrastructural impermanence in financial machine-learning modelling2
Shaping epistemic distance: producing and withholding knowledge in market research2
Outlining startup culture as a global form2
Gendered Relational Work: How gender shapes money attitudes and expectations of young adults2
Deal or no deal? Some reflections on the ‘Baker-Thompson rule,’ ‘matching,’ and ‘market design’2
Nine Lives of Neoliberalism2
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