Regardless of whether you care about the business or finance world or not (maybe you think giant American corporations are so distant from my life), let’s see why you would be interested in reading this essay.
Ho’s book Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street (2009) is not just about the game of bankers played out on business journals every day. Despite the fact that you may be less attuned to industries other than your own, this review uses Liquidated as a springboard to further explore the diversity and commonality of the humanity who interact in a shared space in different cultural spheres. In this book, the corporate culture of Wall Street is where ordinary people holding successful positions make a huge impact on American society and the globalized world. And there are certain similarities that can be drawn from case studies in other parts of the world with economic phenomena less organized or represented than the American corporate finance market, from which the universal and particular economic behaviors are justified in different cultural contexts. Although the maximization of profits is considered a key to explaining economic behavior