F&S: Open call for submissions and proposals

Open call for submissions and proposals.
Finance and Society, 2021 onward.

The editors of Finance and Society have issued an open call for submissions and proposals:

Since launching in 2015, Finance and Society has provided a platform for innovative research on finance from across the social sciences and humanities. In addition to regular articles and essays, we have published a series of special issues and forums on the themes of money, art, security, temporality, macro-finance, and more. As the journal enters a new phase of growth and development, we are seeking high-quality submissions and proposals that deepen the cross-disciplinary dialogue on finance, from theoretical interventions and empirical studies to policy-oriented work.

Submissions and proposals are welcomed in the full range of formats and on any of the following themes (and more):

  • Financial infrastructures
  • Valuation regimes
  • Finance and inequality
  • Law and finance
  • Leverage and power
  • Assets, assetisation, and the asset economy
  • Financial dystopias and apocalypse
  • Finance and ecological crisis
  • Finance, sustainability, and sustainable capitalism
  • Racial capitalism
  • Finance and platform capitalism
  • Digital economy, AI, and the politics of fintech
  • Tokens, tokenisation, and encryption
  • Gendered finance
  • Finance, nationalism, and populism
  • Finance and growth regimes
  • Welfare states after financialisation
  • State-banking nexus
  • Finance and corporate power
  • Finance and development
  • Subordinate financialisation
  • Critical macro-finance
  • Central banking and monetary policy
  • Systemic risk and macroprudential governance
  • Public finance
  • Finance and security
  • Theory and philosophy of money
  • Histories of finance
  • Heterodox economics and finance theory
  • Temporality and futurity
  • Volatility cultures
  • Poststructuralism and finance
  • Gift, debt, tribute, pledge, claim
  • Contemporary regimes of credit, credibility, and reputation
  • Money, finance, and psychoanalysis
  • Aesthetics of finance
  • Nihilism and finance
  • Finance and the occult

A PDF version of the call is available here. More information about the journal and the submission process can be found via the journal websiteQueries can be directed to any members of the editorial team.