New IMTFI blog series on demonetization in India

27th February 2017

Introducing a new blog series on demonetisation in India, written by fellows of the Institute for Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion Read More

“Frontier Regions of Global Finance” lecture series: Videos now online

27th February 2017

Video recordings of a recent lecture series hosted by the Department of Human Geography at Goethe University Frankfurt are now online, featuring scholars of money and finance such as David Bassens, Karen P. Lai, Sarah Bracking, Brett Christophers, and Paul Langley. Read More

Financialization and Beyond: Debt, Money, Wealth, and the Capture of Value

19th October 2016

Call for Abstracts for ‘Financialization and Beyond: Debt, Money, Wealth, and the Capture of Value’, a major conference due to take place in April 2017 at the University of Iowa. Deadline for abstracts: December 1st. Read More

Young scholars workshop on Global Finance

12th May 2016

Call for papers for young scholars workshop on Global Finance, at the University of Bremen in September 2016. Deadline: 20 May. Read More

Ethnography and New Money

13th March 2016

Very exciting looking event at Alliance Manchester Business school, with presentations and panel discussion from some of the leading authorities in the social studies of finance. Speakers include Bill Maurer, Ismail Erturk, Michael Pryke, Adam Leaver, Donncha Kavanagh, and Yuval Millo. Read More

Domesticizing Financial Economies: Part 3

16th December 2015

Call for papers for Domesticizing Financial Economies: Part 3, a mini-conference that will take place in June 2016 at the 28th Annual SASE conference at University of California, Berkeley. Deadline for abstracts: January 18th. Read More

Debt Trails: Workshop in Budapest 3-4 March 2016

16th November 2015

Mapping relations of debt and credit from everyday actors to global credit markets

WORKSHOP with Paul Langley and Liz McFall Read More

NEW Insurance Markets issue of Economic Sociology European Electronic Newsletter

2nd November 2015

Zsuzsanna Vargha, the new editor of the Economic Sociology European Electronic Newsletter, introduces the new issue featuring Mike Power, Deborah Mabbet, Liz McFall & more and focuses on developments in insurance markets Read More

MoneyLab 2: Economies of Dissent

22nd October 2015

Information about MoneyLab 2, a symposium exploring strategies for intervening in the world of finance Read More

When Payments Infrastructure Turns Political: The 2015 Greek Financial Crisis Through Social Lenses

7th October 2015

By Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo, Leonidas Efthymiou and Sophia Michael  “Underneath most of these new [fintech] launches, including Apple payments, you find […]