21st April 2015

Research Colloquium on ‘Crowd Dynamics and Financial Markets’

Announcing the spring Research Colloquium on ‘Crowd Dynamics and Financial Markets’ – an overview below, with full details in the this poster.

23 March, 3–5 pm, Porcelaenshaven 18A, Room 3.135
Alex Preda and Roland Gemayel: ‘Do Social Media Produce Conformism? Herding Behaviour among Trade Leaders on Social Trading Platforms’

20 April, 3–5 pm, Porcelaenshaven 18A, Room 3.135
Paul Crosthwaite: ‘“A Goddamn Theory of Everything”: The Political Unconscious of the Efficient Market Hypothesis’

4 May, 3–5 pm, Porcelaenshaven 18A, Room 3.135
Liz McFall: ‘Following the Crowd? Understanding the Surprisingly Contagious Appetite for Doorstep Finance Products in the UK 1850–1960’

18 May, 3–5 pm, Porcelaenshaven 18A, Room 3.135
Olivier Godechot: ‘Financiers as Pirates: Collaborations Ties, Recruitment and Team Formation’

28–29 May, Kilevej 14, Room Kilen Ks71
Conference on ‘Imitation, Contagion, Suggestion: Rethinking the Social’

Confirmed speakers include: Lisa Blackman (Goldsmiths, University of London), Christian Borch (Copenhagen Business School), Andrea Mubi Brighenti (University of Trento), Elisabetta Brighi (University of Westminster), Kristian Bondo Hansen (Copenhagen Business School), Nidesh Lawtoo (Johns Hopkins University), Ruth Leys (Johns Hopkins University), Peta Mitchell (Queensland University of Technology), Robert Peckham (University of Hong Kong), Marc Renneville (CNRS, Center A. Koyré, History of Science and Technology, Paris), Bjørn Schiermer (University of Copenhagen), and Sebastian Vehlken (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg).

 

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