Out today: <i>Among the Bankers</i> Out today: Among the Bankers

In 2008, after banking elites had pushed the global financial system to the brink of collapse, Dutch journalist Joris Luyendijk turned his attention, and his training in anthropology, onto the City, London’s version ofRead more »

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