Intersections of finance and society, 2023.
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 14-15 September.
The FSN conference this year will take place in Brussels, Belgium. The call for papers is open and can be found here.
With inflation and interest rates on the rise, the age of expansionary monetary policy is over. At the same time, the global pandemic and a war on the European continent demand new policy responses that will have major repercussions. These developments take place in a global financial system that has undergone radical transformations over the past decade … Building on the success of previous conferences, this year we seek to interrogate established and emergent social, organisational, and political forms shaping finance and society. Besides providing a platform to discuss new theoretical and empirical research, contributors are expressly invited to propose and debate existing and novel solutions to challenges associated with financial stability, fintech inclusion, climate breakdown, and the various inequalities linked to financialisation.
As in previous years, we are looking forward to receiving innovative paper and panel abstracts from across the full spectrum of ‘finance and society’ studies. The application deadline is 1 May 2023. Further guidelines and a more detailed list of proposed topics are outlined in the call for papers.