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 […]

Research Colloquium on Crowd Dynamics and Financial Markets Fall 2015

7th October 2015

Announcing Research Colloquium on Crowd Dynamics and Financial Markets Fall 2015, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School. […]

The GAY-TM: How to make a splash with cash dispensers

11th August 2015

Bernardo Batiz-Lazo looks at the ‘GAY-TM’ campaign at this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, which transformed usually dull and unnoticed ATMs into something much more colourful and visible Read More

Everyday Debt and Credit Special Issue

14th July 2015

Announcing a new double special issue of Cultural Studies on ‘Everyday Debt and Credit’, co-edited by Joe Deville and Greg Seigworth. The introduction and an article by Fiona Allon are available for a limited period on an Open Access basis. Read More

Aesthetics of Money and Finance, July 14

13th July 2015

Panel discussion on the aesthetics of money and finance, tomorrow at MBS, Manchester. Featuring Ismail Ertürk, Peter Folkman, Ed Granter, Liz McFall, and Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov Read More

Lectureships in Accounting at Sheffield

2nd June 2015

Two lectureships in Accounting at Sheffield Management School that may be of interest to Charisma readers Read More

MoneyLab Reader – out now!

9th April 2015

The print edition of the MoneyLab reader is out now – edited by Geert Lovink, Nathaniel Tkacz, and Patricia de Vries and featuring a stellar lineup, including Finn Brunton, Max Haiven, Keith Hart, Bill Maurer, Saskia Sassen, Lana Swartz, Erin B. Taylor, Tiziana Terranova, Nathaniel Tkacz amongst many others Read More

PhD opportunity at Linköping University: tax compliance

8th April 2015

Why do people pay taxes? The main objective for this PhD position is to analyse one or several tax compliance initiatives from a qualitative perspective. Read More

Challenging the smooth flow to calamity: how ethnic diversity deflates price bubbles

8th April 2015

Announcing a LSE public lecture by David Stark, reporting on the results of a study that he and his colleagues designed to test the role of ethnic diversity in deflating prices bubbles. Sponsored by the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR) Read More

How it became easier to borrow than to save

27th March 2015

Announcing a launch event on April 29th to celebrate the recent publication of books by Charisma’s two co-founders: Joe Deville and Liz McFall. Featuring a debate on ‘How it because easier to borrow than to save’. Read More