José Ossandón is Assistant Professor in the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School and received his PhD from Goldsmiths, University of London. His main areas of interest are the enactment of finance objects, how markets are organized, evaluated and tamed, and broad contemporary social theory. His Ph.D. thesis focused on the history of private health insurance in Chile and is currently studying the consumer credit industry. José coordinates the collective academic blog https://estudiosdelaeconomia.wordpress.com/, has recently co-edited the books Adaptación. La empresa chilena después de Friedman and Disturbios Culturales and his most recent articles appeared in the Journal of Cultural Economy, Consumption Markets & Culture and the collected book Making Things Valuable.