IMTFI’s Sixth Annual Conference for Funded Researchers – LIVE

10th December 2014

The Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion at University of California, Irvine is LIVE online, over the course of the next two days. Read More

The New Politics of Indebtedness in Britain, December 18th

2nd December 2014

A forthcoming event marking the launch of a major new report into the politics UK indebtedness, the outcome of a six month study involving Johnna Montgomerie, Joe Deville, Carl Packman, Daniel Tischer and Liam Stanley Read More

EGOS Sub-theme 25: Devising Markets and Other Valuation Sites CFP

28th November 2014

convened by Liz McFall, Claes-Frederik Helgesson and Pascale Trompette in Athens, July 2-4 2015 Read More

Workshop: Markets for Collective Concerns

15th November 2014

Very exciting looking workshop at the CBS on the use of market mechanisms to attempt to solve collective concerns. Speakers include Nicholas Gane, Peter Karnøe, Philip Mirowski, and Annelise Riles. Registration required. Read More

The Oxford Handbook Of Sociology, Social Theory And Organization Studies: Contemporary Currents

7th November 2014

Edited by Paul S. Adler, Paul du Gay, Glenn Morgan, and Mike Reed, including chapters by Andrea Mennicken and Peter Miller, Barbara Czarniawska, Franck Cochoy, Mike Power, Nicolai J. Foss and Peter G. Klein. DISCOUNTS CODES AND FLYERS AVAILABLE HERE Read More

‘My Improbable Profession’ – new short story in Consumption Markets & Culture

3rd November 2014

In a first for the journal, Consumption Markets and Culture has published a work of fiction: John Schouten’s short story “My improbable profession”. Available for free for a limited period of time, it
illuminates central topics such as agency, materiality, and storytelling, and sheds light on the growing use of ethnographic inspired research within the marketplace Read More