How Noise Matters to Finance
by N. Adriana Knouf
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press 2016
Number of pages: 88
N. Adriana Knouf draws on historical and contemporary documents to show how noise -- sonic, informatic, or otherwise -- affects the ways in which financial markets function. The book draws on different forms of financial noise, paying attention to how materiality and the interference of humans and machines causes the meanings of noise to shift over space and time.
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