CFP: Critical macro-finance workshop

Critical macro-finance workshop.
Goldsmiths, University of London, 9-10 September 2019.

Warwick Critical Finance Group and Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre are co-organising a two-day workshop later this year to explore the seam between critical macro-finance and IPE. Instead of the standard panel and paper presentation format, the organisers are inviting academics who work broadly within the field of critical macro-finance to submit papers that can be used as a basis for discussion of one or more of the following themes:

  • How can we politicise critical macro-finance?
  • How can we historicise critical macro-finance?
  • How does critical macro-finance relate to and inform geopolitics/IPE?
  • How does critical macro-finance relate to and inform discussions on the Global South?
  • How does critical macro-finance relate to the literature on financialisation?

Accepted papers will be divided into these themes and authors will be asked to give a brief presentation of their papers. However, the main focus of the event is placed on informed debates on the questions posed above between the authors as well as other participants.

The application deadline is 30 April 2019. More information is available in the call for papers and from the event webpage.