By Mihaela Kelemen, Monika Kostera
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7 When international banks make a decision regarding the structure of their geographic network, they decide at which locations money should be invested, and thus tied up, in a particular area. Thus the decision regarding the localization of money seeks an answer to the question at which locations and at which points in time the allocation of money makes sense or not. In order to provide categories for conferring meaning to investments, countries and regions are dissected, inventoried, homogenized and listed into economic categories and represented in tables and maps.
As in political journalism (‘London’), the names of cities like ‘Gdansk’ or ‘Katowice’ (see quote above) do not only refer to the city itself, rather they always refer to the entire region. For a bank, to be in ‘Warsaw’ does not only mean its presence in a city or a district, but rather its presence in a region. This spatial perspective is linked to the structure of the business: a commercial bank has a different relationship to the spatial distribution of corporate clients than does a savings bank to private customers in a district.
1). When a Western commercial banker looks at these maps, he obtains the unmistakable information that there is ‘nothing to get’ out of Eastern Poland. 1) represents the sovereign territory of the state of Poland. The relatively exact representation of the country’s borders is carried over into the reproduction of district boundaries (Woiwodschaften). The geographic space of the country is completely split up; in this respect it is an ‘absolute map’ (Geertz, 1996, p. 21). 18 In a choropleth map, the lineal reproduction of the political borders of a country and its political-administrative districts corresponds with the complete omission of the concrete traits of the space; it is mere surface.
Critical Management Research in Eastern Europe: Managing the Transition by Mihaela Kelemen, Monika Kostera