F&S: Call for papers

Open call for submissions and proposals. Finance and Society. The editors of Finance and Society are inviting submissions in a range of formats: (1) Research articles of 8-10,000 words; (2) Essays of 4-6,000 words; (3) Review articles of 2-3,000 words; and (4) Book reviews of 1-2,000 words. Proposals from guest …

FSN 2022: Final programme available

Intersections of finance and society, 2022. City, University of London, 15-16 September. The final programme for this year’s conference is now available here. There are limited places for those not on the programme who may wish to attend. If you would like to join the conference, please register here. Events …

New article: Tokyo’s booms and busts

Tokyo’s booms and busts: Placing Japan in the global financial network. Liam Keenan and Dariusz Wójcik. Finance and Society, EarlyView (2022). Tokyo is conspicuous for its now decades-long absence in the headlines of global financial news. In this article, we revisit the evolution of Tokyo as an international financial centre through …

New book: Moral Economies of Money

Moral Economies of Money: Politics and the Monetary Constitution of Society. Jakob Feinig, Stanford University Press 2022. For much of American history, large numbers of people claimed that money was a public good and asserted the right to shape money creation practices. If popular knowledge about money creation was once …

Postdoc opportunities at Max Planck

The Max Planck Institute in Cologne is inviting applications for postdoctoral positions in the following areas: Political Economy (Prof. Dr. Lucio Baccaro) ƒEconomic Sociology (Prof. Dr. Jens Beckert) Sociology of Public Finances and Debt (Dr Leon Wansleben) Posts are expected to start on 1 September or 1 October 2023. The deadline …

Visiting researcher positions at Max Planck

The Max Planck Institute in Cologne is inviting applications for its Visiting Researchers Program. Our Visiting Researchers Program is intended for researchers from the fields of economic sociology and comparative and international political economy and offers stays generally ranging from 2 to 12 months. Applications are welcome from professors based …