Campbell Jones, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Auckland, is a philosopher and sociologist specialising in the analysis and critique of capitalist ideology. His previous work has interrogated the social, political and philosophical grounds of entrepreneurship, business and management studies, business ethics, recycling and finance. His latest book Can the Market Speak? scrutinises the peculiar idea that the market might be a kind of person who could speak, and asks what truths about life under the market the analysis of this apparent falsity might bring to light. He lives in New Zealand.